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When light hits certain surfaces, it bounces back. This phenomenon is known as reflection and it is governed by certain laws that are universally applicable.
Lenses have become an often ignored part of our lives. This article discusses how lenses are manufactured and how they come in useful across all walks of human lives.
Acceleration of a body measures how fast its velocity is changing in time. This article discusses it and explains its unit.
The movement of heat across the border of the system due to a difference in temperature between the system and its surroundings.
Physically, work is said to have been done if an object is displaced as a result of an application of force in the direction of displacement. Energy is a measure of the ability to do work.
Latent heat is energy released or absorbed, by a body or a thermodynamic system, during a constant-temperature process – usually a first-order phase transition.
Sound is another form of energy that travels in the form of waves either through a liquid, air, or even solid substances.
Current is defined as the flow of electric charges. This article discusses the concept of current and how it can be calculated via Kirchoff’s laws.
Electromagnets are an essential component of a large number of industrial and commercial processes. They have proven to be quite invaluable and useful owing to the way magnetism is related to current.
This article discusses the concept of enthalpy, its importance, formulae, and applications.
This article aims to discuss and explain the concept of mass and weight. It also explores what momentum is and how it depends on the mass of a moving body. Finally, it discusses the law of conservation of momentum and its applications.
The study of forces acting on a system carries immense importance in Physics, particularly in Newtonian mechanics. This article discusses the concept of force along with its classifications and characteristics.
Electromagnetic waves or EM waves are waves that are created as a result of vibrations between an electric field and a magnetic field. Maxwell calculated that electromagnetic waves would propagate at a speed given by the equation c=1√μ0ϵ0
The center of gravity is an important concept while discussing the balance and mechanics of any object. If not studied properly, missiles or racing cars won’t be able to reach their destinations. The centre of mass is a position defined relative to an object or system of objects. It is the average position of all the parts of the system, weighted according to their masses. The centroid is an important concept related to a triangle. A triangle is a three-sided bounded figure with three interior angles.
An object that is changing its position with reference to a fixed point in space is said to be in motion. The motion of any type is governed by a set of three rules known as Newton’s laws of motion.
This blog aims to provide an understanding of electricity, electric current, and the significance of conductors in electrical circuits. Additionally, it will cover topics such as magnetism, magnetic fields, how they are generated, and the distinctions between electricity and magnetism.
This blog discusses how to choose and craft an appeal that resonates with your readers. Find out how to connect with your readers by figuring out who they are and what they care about.
Learn all about hanging modifiers, misplaced modifiers, and other modifier-related pitfalls with this comprehensive guide. All those interested in learning English, not only those taking the CBSE, would benefit from this book.
This post explains the many uses of participles and infinitives in English grammar. Students taking the CBSE curriculum would benefit significantly.
This blog provides in-depth instructions on how to use subject and object pronouns correctly. The tutorial will be useful for both ordinary conversation and the preparation of pupils for standardized tests.