Democracy

Interview with Dr. H C Verma, the Author of ‘Concepts of Physics’

Interview with Dr. HC Verma Dr. H C Verma needs no introduction. All engineering aspirants best recognize him as the author of their Bi...
thermodynamics

Thermodynamics: Definition, Four Laws, Application and More

Did you know that Thermodynamics is a compound of two Greek words, therme (“heat”) and dunamis (“power”)? It is the ...

What is Atmospheric Pressure

What is Pressure? Pressure (symbol: p or P) is the force applied perpendicular to the surface of an object per unit area over which that for...
electromagnetic spectrum

Electromagnetic Spectrum: The Family Of Waves!

Every time you see those annoying YouTube ads about the best ways to waste your time or every time you have to see your grade cards, have yo...
Laws of motion

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Did you know that when you throw a baseball in the air or you bounce a basketball on the court, you can use Newton’s laws of motion to exp...
examples of rectilinear motion in daily life

Going Through the Motions: Examples of Rectilinear Motion in Daily Life

Physics surrounds us at all times during our everyday lives, and the proof is in the numerous examples of rectilinear motion in daily life. ...
Unit of Energy

SI Unit of Energy-Know it all!!

Units of Energy Because energy is defined via work, the SI unit for energy is the same as the unit of work – the joule (J), named...
NCERT physics class 12

NCERT Solutions Class 12 Physics

The physics book issued by NCERT for CBSE Class 12 is given below. Also, the answers to the exercises of NCERT Physics class 12 are also pro...
Barometric Pressure

Barometric Pressure

What is Pressure? Pressure (symbol: p or P) is the force applied perpendicular to the surface of an object per unit area over which that for...
Hydroelectric energy

Hydroelectric energy

Hydroelectric Energy A hydroelectric power station converts the kinetic, or movement, energy in flowing or falling water into electrical ene...