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Nuclear fusion is the method through which our sun generates energy from atomic nuclei. Nuclear fusion is a method of releasing energy by combining nuclei.… Read More
Nuclear energy, also known as atomic energy, is the energy released in large quantities by operations that influence atomic nuclei, the dense centres of atoms.… Read More
A current that originates in an exceeding conductor in reaction to a changing magnetic field is known as an eddy current. They circulate in tight… Read More
Semiconductors is a kind of material that has resistivity and conductivity in between metals and insulators. On the basis of purity semiconductors are of two… Read More
A changing magnetic flux produces a voltage or current in a conductor, which is known as electromagnetic induction. It can happen when a solenoid’s magnetic… Read More
The tenth most prevalent element in the universe is sulphur. It can also be found in the form of sulphide in a variety of meteorites.… Read More
Nitrogen is a chemical element with the symbol N and the atomic number 7. In 1772, a Scottish physician named Daniel Rutherford was the first… Read More
The contemporary periodic table, devised by Dimitri Mendeleev, lists all known elements according to their atomic number, which is unique to each element. The periodic… Read More
Despite the fact that people have been using the periodic table with phosphorus (P) in it for thousands of years, it was not until 1669… Read More
Ozone is too reactive to stay in the atmosphere at sea level for long. It is formed from atmospheric oxygen in the presence of sunlight… Read More
The modern periodic table’s group 16 elements are composed of five elements: oxygen, sulphur, selenium, tellurium, and polonium. Because many elements can be extracted from… Read More
Sulphur oxide is a group of sulphur and oxygen compounds, the most important of which are sulphur dioxide (SO2) and sulphur trioxide (SO3), which are… Read More
The process of induction occurs when a change in magnetic flux causes an emf to oppose that change. One of the main reasons for the… Read More
André-Marie Ampere, a French physicist, proposed Ampere’s Circuital Law. Ampere was born in Lyon, France, on January 20, 1775. His father educated him at home,… Read More
Electromagnetic induction, often known as induction, is a process in which a conductor is placed in a certain position and the magnetic field varies or… Read More

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