metals and nonmetals class 10

Basics of Metals and Nonmetals – Class 10

All the materials found on earth are usually made up of elements. As of this day, 118 materials are known to human beings, out of which more...
Ray Optics

Ray Optics for Class 12 – All You Need to Know!

What is ray optics? Light is a wave and although it spreads as it moves farther from its source, it can be approximated as a straight line. ...
Classification of Polymers

The 5 most important classification of polymers

Classification of Polymers: Imagine a garland made of flowers strung on a thread. A polymer is similar to a garland, in that it is made up o...

Summary of Ozymandias

Ozymandias is a well-known poem by Shelley (1818). It describes a broken statue of a legendary king of ancient times, lying forgotten in the...

Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Summary: Theme of Immortality

Immortality be thy name Shakespeare’s 55th sonnet deals with the unique theme of immortality through verse. In this sonnet, the bard talks...
Ionization Enthalpy

Ionization Enthalpy: The Periodic Trends seen in different elements

What is Ionization Enthalpy? Ionization enthalpy of elements refers to the total quantity of energy essential for an isolated gaseous atom t...

Informatics Practices for Class XII

Informatics Practices subject, which is part of the CBSE (India) curriculum, helps in getting acquainted with computer terminologies and ope...
Energy Manager

How to Become an Efficient Energy Manager

Are you an aspiring Energy Manager? Understand what Energy Management is, what makes it important in the organizational life-cycle and what ...

10 Things to Remember While Taking Economics notes

Why should you take notes in Economics? When your Economics exam knocks at your door, there is just one saving grace that works wonders, eve...
Natural Vegetation and Wildlife

Class 9 NCERT: Natural Vegetation and Wildlife in India

Natural vegetation and wildlife exist only in the Biosphere and are interlinked and dependent on one another for survival. This structure is...