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  • Q : Explain Lamberts laws or Lamberts

    What is Lamberts laws or Lamberts first law, second law and third law:

    Lambert's laws (J.H. Lambert)

    Lambert's first l

  • Q : What is Transition temperature

    Transition temperature: The temperature (that is, dependant on the substance comprised) below that a superconducting material conducts electricity with zero resistance; therefore, the temperature above which a superconductor lose its superconductive p

  • Q : Define Coulomb or SI unit of electric

    Coulomb: C (after C. de Coulomb, 1736-1806): The derived SI unit of an electric charge, stated as the quantity of charge shifted by a current of 1 A in a period of 1 s; it therefore has units of A s.

  • Q : Explain Malus law Malus' law (E.L.

    Malus' law (E.L. Malus): The light intensity I of a ray with primary intensity I0 travelling via a polarizer at an angle theta among the polarization of the light ray and the polarization axis of the polarizer is specified by:

    Q : Definition of Pascals principle Briefly

    Briefly state the definition of Pascal’s principle?

  • Q : Radioactive dating-Determining of age

    In the radioactive dating we use half life to find out the age of a sample however not average life why? Describe.

  • Q : What is No-hair conjecture No-hair

    No-hair conjecture (1960s): The conjecture (confirmed in the 1970s and 1980s) in general relativity that a black hole has merely three salient external characteristics: angular momentum, mass, and electric charge. All the other proper

  • Q : What is Negative feedback principle

    Negative feedback principle: It is the idea that in a system where there are self-propagating situations, those new situations tend to act against formerly existing situations. Such a principle is in actuality a restatement of the conservation law.

  • Q : Explain Ideal gas laws or Boyle

    Explain Ideal gas laws or describe Boyle's law or Charle's law and Pressure law:

    Ideal gas laws:

    Boyle's law:

  • Q : How asteroids are formed Explain how

    Explain how asteroids are formed? Describe.

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