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Category Archives: School Physics

The mass flow rate is the amount of liquid that moves across a unit area in unit time. It remains constant throughout a liquid due… Read More
Latent heat of fusion is defined as the amount of heat received by a solid body to transform it into a liquid without additional temperature.… Read More
Power factor for a single-phase in an alternating current circuit is defined as a measure of energy efficiency. It is usually expressed as a number… Read More
Terminal velocity is the maximum velocity that an object can have while falling through the air. It is known that driving force is required to… Read More
The normal force is defined as the force exerted by any surface on another object. When an object is at rest, the net force exerted… Read More
The potential difference between the battery’s terminals when no current flows through it is called the Electromotive force. It is the amount of energy provided… Read More
A diode is a two-terminal electronic device that conducts electricity in one direction. It has high resistance on one end and low resistance on the… Read More
The velocity at which gravity and air resistance are equalized on the object is called the critical velocity of a free-fall object. It is the… Read More
Capacitance can be defined in Layman’s terms as a physical quantity that indicates the ability of a component or circuit to collect and store energy… Read More
Thermal expansion is the phenomenon in which a body undergoes a change in its length, area, or volume due to a change in temperature. It… Read More
Deceleration is defined as the rate of change in speed as the body moves away from its initial point. It is also known as negative… Read More
Inertia is the quality of a body that opposes any force that seeks to move it or, if it is moving, to modify the amount… Read More
According to Poiseuille’s law, the flow of liquid varies depending on the length of the tube, the radius of the tube, the pressure gradient and… Read More
Velocity is a crucial topic in physics. Many qualities of a body, such as kinetic energy and viscosity, are influenced by its velocity. The term… Read More
The velocity of an object is the rate of change of its position as a function of time and frame of reference. The speed is… Read More

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