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A wave is defined as a disturbance in a material that transports energy without causing net particle movement. They travel in a periodic, repeated motion,… Read More
Sound waves are defined as longitudinal waves that form a pattern of disruptions created by the flow of energy across materials such as air, liquid,… Read More
When an object is undergoing circular motion, the rate at which the angular velocity varies with time is known as angular acceleration. It is a… Read More
The pressure drop of a liquid is defined as the resistance shown by it when it is flowing through a pipe. It can be interpreted… Read More
A solenoid is a long wire twisted in the shape of a helix that aids in generating a uniform magnetic field. It can be interpreted… Read More
It is known that every object is pulled towards the center of the earth by a force of gravity. Hence, the weight of a body… Read More
According to Ampere’s law, the magnetic field formed by an electric current is proportional to its magnitude. In this case, the constant of proportionality is… Read More
The energy supplied by the wind waves is called the wave power. It is the energy carried by wind waves and is utilized to accomplish… Read More
The heat of solution is defined as the difference in enthalpy between the dissolving material and a solvent under constant pressure, resulting in infinite dilution.… Read More
Have you at any point thought about how soil helps in promoting the growth of plants? Soil assimilates energy and the light and heat absorption… Read More
The heat load is the amount of heat energy that is expected to be injected into a specific space in order to keep the temperature… Read More
Electromagnetic waves travel in a sinusoidal pattern. The propagation constant is defined as the change in amplitude and phase per unit distance. It can be… Read More
Electromagnetism is inseparably linked to current density or electric current density. The quantity of electric current flowing through a unit value of the cross-sectional area… Read More
A wave occurs when a planar surface is disturbed from the outside. A wave is a disturbance that propagates in space and transports energy and… Read More
The electric field is formally described as a velocity vector that links the (electromagnetic or Coulomb) pressure of energy imposed over a minuscule single electron… Read More

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