What is mass ? Explain it using inertia. Explain mass using Einstein’s theory and write down the formula. What is Einstein’s theory called in physics ? How is mass related to acceleration of a body? Explain the relation between mass and velocity ? What is the ...Read more
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Derive the relationship between force and acceleration . Which law is followed by force mechanism ? Define the law. What is uniform motion ? Give one example of uniform motion. When is force said to be zero ? What are various types of forces experienced ...Read more
State the following : Kepler’s first law. Kepler’s second law. Kepler’s third law. What do you mean by “bounded” and “unbounded” motion? Where does the value of eccentricity lies for bounded and unbounded motion? What is kinetic energy and how is it linked to Kepler’s second ...Read more
What is the lewis dot structure? What is the electron dot structure? Explain the lewis dot structure of any one element? Explain single electron bond, double electron bond and triple electron dot in lewis dot structure? Why is the Lewis dot structure ...Read more
Enlist difference between Sol, Solution, and Suspension based upon the following categories : Tyndall Effect Size of particles Visibility Diffusion Stability Appearance Type of Mixture Settling Also write down some basic examples of sol, solution, and suspension. Explain the formation of sol, solution, and suspension in brief.
Enlist down one example of the centrifugation process. Where is the centrifugation process used? What is a distillation and why is it used? What is Sublimation and why is it used? What is filtration and why is it used? What is camphor? Enlist down the techniques ...Read more
How do i find the Valency of an element? is there any formula or short trick to find it.
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