Tag Archives: Physics-Calculators

A metal is a substance that has a shiny look when freshly processed, polished, or shattered, and conducts electricity and heat quite effectively. Typically, metals… Read More
Pressure is defined as the force applied perpendicularly to the surface of an object per unit area over which that force is distributed. In simple… 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
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
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
The calculation of the amount of energy that may be stored in a given mass of a substance or system is known as energy density.… Read More
Suppose an object is thrown horizontally at a certain angle θ with a certain velocity. In that case, the path followed by the object is… Read More
In physics, frequency and wavelength are important characteristics related to a wave cycle. Now, what is a wave? The transfer of energy from one point… Read More
When we apply force ‘F’ to a block, the body accelerates or speeds up or down depending on the direction of the force. The kinetic… Read More
The momentum of an object is a vector quantity equal to the product of its velocity and mass. A body can only develop momentum when… Read More
Antenna gain is defined as the degree of directivity of the antenna’s radiation pattern. It is equal to the product of the antenna’s electrical efficiency… Read More
Power is defined as a time-oriented value that computes the rate of doing work. It is defined as the rate at which work is performed… Read More
Density of water at room temperature is 998.2 kg/m3. The density of any substance is defined as the amount of mass present in the unit… 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
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