Concept of nuclear reaction
Describe in brief the concept of nuclear reaction?
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Bigger nucleus broken down to from two lighter nucleus and two or three neutrons is termed as nuclear fission which is used for making the atom bomb.
Two lighter nucleus combined to form bigger nucleus and is termed as nuclear fusion which is used for making the hydrogen bomb.
Geometrized units: The system of units whereby certain basic constants (G, c, k, and h) are set to unison. This makes computations in certain theories, like general relativity, much simpler to deal with, as such constants appear often.
Explain Thermodynamic laws and also First law, Second law, third law and zeroth law of thermodynamics?
Thermodynamic laws:
Dielectric is a material in which energy can be accumulated. Ideally, it is a non-conductor of electric charge like insulators, but an efficient supporter of electrostatic fields. The
Gray: Gy (after L.H. Gray, 1905-1965): The derived SI unit of engrossed dose, stated as the absorbed dose in which the energy per unit mass communicated to the matter by the ionizing radiation is 1 J/kg; it therefore has units of J/kg
Roche limit: The position about a massive body where the tidal forces due to the gravity of the primary equivalent or exceed the surface gravity of a specified satellite. Within the Roche limit, such a satellite will be interrupted by tides.
Define Equation of continuity or Continuity of equation: An equation that states that a fluid flowing via a pipe flows at a rate that is inversely proportional to the cross-sectional region of the pipe. That is, when the pipe constric
Joule's laws (J.P. Joule)
Joule's first law:
The heat Q generated whenever a current I flows via a resistance R for a specified time t is specified by:
Q = I^{2 }
Tachyon paradox: The argument explaining that tachyons (should they subsist, of course) can’t carry an electric charge. For an imaginary-massed particle travelling faster than c, less energy the tachyon has, the faster it travels, till at zero e
Static limit: The distance from a rotating black hole where no spectator can possibly stay at rest (with respect to the far-away stars) since of inertial frame dragging; this area is external of the event horizon, apart from at the poles where it meet
What do you understand by term ray casting? Explain briefly?
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