Types of Reference frames :
- Inertial Reference Frames are the frame of references in which Newton first law of motion holds i.e. an object at rest and an object in motion remains in motion unless acted by a net force. An inertial reference frame is either at rest or moves with a constant velocity.
- A noninertial reference frame is a frame of references that is accelerating, either in a linear fashion or rotating around some axis.
- A train moving with constant velocity. (Inertial)
- A rotating merry-go-round. (Non-Inertial)
- A turning car with constant speed (Non-Inertial)
- The rotating Earth (Non-Inertial)
Source: A K Lectures (YouTube)
- The inadequacy of Classical Mechanics: Origin of Quantum Theory
- Michelson Morley Experiment & Null Result
- Bohr’s Correspondence Principle
- Pauli’s Exclusion Principle
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