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  • Q : Define Lumen or SI unit of luminous flux

    Lumen: lm: The derived SI unit of luminous flux, stated as the luminous flux produced by a uniform point source of 1 cd releasing its luminous energy over a solid angle of 1 sr; it therefore has units of cd sr.

  • Q : Define Henry or SI unit of inductance

    Henry: H (after W. Henry, 1775-1836): The derived SI unit of inductance, stated as the inductance of a closed circuit in which the electromotive force of 1 V is generated whenever the electric current differs uniformly at a rate of 1

  • Q : Does solar radiation encompass a

    Does solar radiation encompass a complete spectrum of all the forms of electromagnetic radiation?

  • Q : Explain Coulombs law Coulomb's law (C.

    Coulomb's law (C. de Coulomb): The basic law for electrostatics, equivalent to Newton's law of universal gravitation. It defines that the force between two point charges is proportional to the arithmetical product of their respective

  • Q : Engineering in brief Define the term

    Define the term engineering in brief.

  • Q : Define Equivalence principle

    Equivalence principle: The fundamental postulate of Sir Einstein’s general theory of relativity that posits that acceleration is basically indistinguishable from the gravitational field. In another words, when you are in an elevator that is utte

  • Q : Explain Thermodynamic laws Explain

    Explain Thermodynamic laws and also First law, Second law, third law and zeroth law of thermodynamics?

    Thermodynamic laws:

    Q : Weak equivalence or principle of

    Weak equivalence principle: principle of uniqueness of freefall: The idea in general relativity is that the world-line of a freefalling body is sovereign of its composition, structure, or state. This principle, hold by Newtonian mechanics and gravitat

  • Q : Explain Youngs experiment or

    Young's experiment: double-slit experiment (T. Young; 1801): A well-known experiment that exhibits the wave nature of light (and certainly of other particles). The light is passed from a small source into an opaque screen with the two thin slits. The

  • Q : Measure of the force of gravity Briefly

    Briefly explain the measure of the force of gravity on the object?

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