# Category Archives: School Physics

Pressure is the perpendicular force applied per unit area of a surface. It has SI unit Pascal (Pressure is said to be 1 Pascal ifâ€¦ Read More
A wave is a propagating dynamic disturbance (change from equilibrium) of one or more quantities that is commonly described by a wave equation in physics,â€¦ Read More
A lens is a piece of polished glass with curved sides for concentrating or dispersing the beam of light rays. A lens is used forâ€¦ Read More
When a coil made of copper wire is placed inside a magnetic field, the magnetic flux gets added to the coil. Faraday found that whenâ€¦ Read More
Magnetic flux through any surface placed in a magnetic field is defined as the number of magnetic lines of force crossing the surface normally. Itâ€¦ Read More
The mass-energy equation is one of the critical underpinnings of Physics. German Physicist Albert Einstein set forth this popular regulation. This regulation expresses that massâ€¦ Read More
When current is admitted through a conductor, it revised the space around the conductor. If a magnetic pole is located at a point near theâ€¦ Read More
When a potential difference is applied across an object (conductor), the electrons start moving, which produces a current in the object. During this movement ofâ€¦ Read More
We witness several examples of gravity working with force in our daily lives. We know that there is continual motion and force in the cosmosâ€¦ Read More
CBSE Class 12th session 2021-2022: Due to the unexpected nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has developed and implementedâ€¦ Read More
The moment is basically a force which is defined as the movement to rotate a body about a certain position. Let’s understand about the momentâ€¦ Read More
The Biot-Savart equation expresses the magnetic field created by a current-carrying wire. This conductor or wire is represented as a vector quantity called the currentâ€¦ Read More
The first thing that comes to mind after hearing initial velocity is that it is the velocity of an object when it started moving fromâ€¦ Read More
Kelvin and Celsius are two scales of temperature. Both of the scales are used in their own unique way. Kelvin scale is mainly used byâ€¦ Read More
Speed is simply as you know the measure of how fast or slow an object is moving, like how fast are you driving a car.â€¦ Read More