# Category Archives: School Physics

Moving charges produce an electric field and the rate of flow of charge is known as current. This is the basic concept in Electrostatics. The… Read More
In terms of energy considerations, electromagnetic induction can be used to transfer energy from one system to another. For example, a transformer is a device… Read More
Gain is an important characteristic of an antenna. It is a measure of the performance of an antenna in terms of its ability to send… Read More
An object that is launched into space with only gravity acting on it is known as a projectile. The main force that acts on a… Read More
Doppler effect or Doppler shift phenomenon was described in 1842 by an Austrian physicist, Christian Doppler, and it is named after him. The Doppler effect… Read More
Energy storage can be defined as the process in which we store the energy that was produced all at once. This process helps in maintaining… Read More
A Carnot motor is a hypothetical motor that works on the Carnot cycle. Nicolas Leonard Sadi Carnot fostered the fundamental model for this motor in… Read More
Lorentz factor, often known as the Lorentz term, is a measurement that describes an object’s measurements of time, length, and other physical properties, which vary when… Read More
In real life, we know that the Earth rotates on its own axis and the moon also rotates on its axis. But what basically rotation… Read More
The nucleus of an atom consists of two types of particles, positively charged particles called protons and neutrally charged particles called neutrons. Protons + Neutrons… Read More
The temperature at which the resistor’s resistance equals the noise power produced by the circuit or device is known as the effective noise temperature. Use… Read More
Moving charges is an electric current that passes through a fixed point in a fixed period of time. Moving charges are responsible for establishing the… Read More
Electromagnetism is a combination of two different phenomena i.e. Electricity and magnetism. Electricity and magnetism are interrelated, when electric charges move through a conductor they… Read More
When a charge move it generates an electric field and the rate of flow of charge is the current in the electric field. This is… Read More
Wave optics, also known as Physical optics, deals with the study of various phenomena such as diffraction, polarization, interference, resolution, and other occurrences. Wave optics… Read More