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Category Archives: School Physics

Mobility is correctly defined as the value of the drift velocity per unit of electric field strength. Hence, the quicker the particle moves at a… Read More
It is important to know the term radiation so that we can better comprehend what radiation pressure is. Radiation is defined as a source of… Read More
A projectile is referred to as any object launched into space with only gravity acting on it. Gravity is the main force that acts on… Read More
Combustion is the oldest technology of mankind and can be regarded as one of our most important discoveries or inventions. It has a very long… Read More
Beer’s-Lambert Law is a combination of  Beer’s law and Lambert’s law. This law associates the intensity of absorbed light with the thickness of the absorbing… Read More
Pressure is the force per unit area applied toward a course perpendicular to the outer layer of an item. Numerically, it is represented with a… Read More
The word Buoyancy is derived from a Spanish word known as “Boyar”, which means float. The property of a fluid to push the submerged object… Read More
Motion can be defined as a shift in an object’s position over time. An athlete running on a track, the hands of a clock, a… Read More
An inductor is a static two-terminal electrical component that stores energy in a magnetic field when electric current flows through it. It commonly comprises an… Read More
The term “motion of a body” refers to the shift in a body’s position over a period of time. Some examples of objects exhibiting motion… Read More
A distance-time graph is a graphical representation of how far a body has traveled in a specified amount of time. It is used to depict… Read More
The rate of flow of electrons across a conductor is known as electric current. It can be simply defined as the amount of charge flown… Read More
Electricity has become an essential part of our modern lives. We need electricity to light up the dark room and run all our appliances like… Read More
In fundamental physics, the terms buoyancy and upthrust are sometimes used frequently. Even though some of us use them similarly, in spite of knowing they have different… Read More
Beer’s law states that the amount of absorbed light is proportional to the solution concentration, whereas Lambert’s law states that the absorbance and path length… Read More

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