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The viscosity of a fluid is a measure of its resistance to deformation at a certain rate. It corresponds to the informal notion of “thickness”… Read More
Resistors in parallel are defined as a circuit in which two or more resistors are connected parallelly to each other such that both terminals of… Read More
Equivalent resistance is defined as the total resistance of the circuit for the resistors connected in series or parallel. Resistors are electrical devices that limit… Read More
All electromagnetic radiation is light, and it occurs over an extremely wide range of wavelengths, from high-energy gamma waves with shorter wavelengths to low-energy radio… Read More
Polarization is defined as a phenomenon generated by the wave nature of electromagnetic radiation. Polarized light is a state in which the light waves are… Read More
The RC/IC circuit frequency variation is defined as the frequency of signals that can flow through the circuit. It is also known as the characteristic… Read More
The resonant frequency is defined as the frequency of a circuit when the values of capacitive impedance and the inductive impedance become equal. It is… Read More
The heat of fusion is defined as the amount of energy lost when a certain mass of liquid solidifies. In other words, it is the… Read More
Impact force is defined as a situation when some work is done to move an object a specific distance. It can be interpreted as the… Read More
When a material is put under pressure or has a load applied to it, it develops stress and strain. When a solid is put under… Read More
Brownian Movement is defined as the random movement of particles inside a fluid. It is the random zig-zag motion of a particle, which is typically… Read More
Pressure refers to the Physical force exerted on an object per unit area. It can alternatively be described as the force-to-area ratio (over which the… Read More
Mechanical advantage is a measurement that gives the ratio of the force provided to the load to the force needed to overcome the supplied force.… Read More
A semiconductor material’s electrical conductivity is somewhere between that of a conductor, such as metallic copper, and that of an insulator, such as glass. As… Read More
To understand the difference between EMF and voltage, we must first understand that EMF stands for electromotive force and refers to the voltage present at… Read More

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