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Physics

electrostatics

A Brief Study of Electrostatics Class 12

In simple terms, Electrostatics is the study of static electric charges as opposed to the electric currents i.e it is the study of forces between the charges. For example – In our daily lives, we might ha...

Magnetic Effect of Electric Current

Brief Notes on Magnetic Effect of Electric Current Class 10

Let us look at the History & Explanation of Magnetic Effect of Electric Current Class 10. In 1820 the theory of the magnetic effect of electric current was discovered by H.C Oersted. This concept actually m...

Magnetic Meridian

Magnetic Meridian

Earth’s Magnetic Fields – How Do Magnets Work? You must have noticed that when a magnet is freely suspended, it always points in the North-South direction even when there is no other magnet. This in...

Pseudo Force

Pseudo Force

What is Pseudo Force? A Pseudo force (also known as fictitious force, d’Alembert force or inertial force) is a visible force which works on all masses whose motion can be explained by using a non-inertial fra...

Units and Measurements

Units and Measurements

Units and Measurements: Physics has its own unique way of explaining the law of nature. It uses the quantitative description, measurement of certain physical quantities and comparison for doing so. For measurin...

Energy Conversion

Energy Conversion!

Energy Conversion Energy is present in many forms all around us such as electrical, kinetic, thermal, potential, and various other forms. There is also energy in the process of transfer from one body to another...

5 Different Forms of Energy

Energy is the capacity to do work. Energy comes in various forms, such as motion, heat, light, electrical, chemical, nuclear energy, and gravitational. Total energy is the sum of all forms of the energy a syste...

Topics for Physics Investigatory Project

Physics Investigatory Project for class 12 cbse is a mandate for class 12 cbse students. Across the Universe The objective of this investigation is to scientifically be able to calculate the constant velocity, ...

Did you know about these disadvantages of friction?

Imagine a rock rolling down a mountainside. It continues rolling down, till it meets a boulder which is quite large and is lying motionless on the path of the rock. The rock collides with the boulder and comes ...

Wave Optics Class 12

Study of Wave Optics Class 12

Those effects that are involved as well as dependant on the wave nature of light. All those results of interference and diffraction which give us proof that light behaves as a wave than a stream of particles is...