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• ##### Q :What is Wiens displacement law constant

Wien's displacement law constant, b: It is the constant of Wien displacement law. This has the value of 2.897 756 x 10-3 m K.

• ##### Q :What is balmer series Balmer series (J.

Balmer series (J. Balmer; 1885): An equation that explains the emission spectrum of hydrogen whenever an electron is jumping to the next orbital; four of the lines are in visible spectrum, and the remainder (residue) are in the ultraviolet.

• ##### Q :What is Eotvos law of capillarity

Eotvos law of capillarity (Baron L. von Eotvos; c. 1870): The surface tension gamma of a liquid is associated to its temperature T, the liquid's critical temperature, T*, and its density rho by:

gamma ~=

• ##### Q :Define Centrifugal pseudo force

Centrifugal pseudo force: A pseudo force which takes place whenever one is moving in uniform circular motion. One feels a "force" directed outward from the center of the motion.

• ##### Q :What is Cosmic censorship conjecture

Cosmic censorship conjecture (R. Penrose, 1979): The conjecture, so far wholly undemonstrated in the context of general relativity, that all singularities (that is with the possible exception of the big bang singularity) are attended

• ##### Q :What is Curie constant and Curies law

What is Curie constant and Curies law?

Curie constant: C (P. Curie): The characteristic constant, dependent on the material in question that points out the proportionality among its susceptibility

• ##### Q :What do you mean by the term fusion

What do you mean by the term fusion reaction?

• ##### Q :Motion balance principle Explain in

Explain in detail the motion balance principle

• ##### Q :What is Farad or SI unit of capacitance

What is Farad or SI unit of capacitance?

Farad: F (after M. Faraday, 1791-1867): The derived SI unit of the capacitance stated as the capacitance in a capacitor that, when charged to 1 C, contains

• ##### Q :What is Lumeniferous aether

Lumeniferous aether: The substance that filled all the vacant spaces between matter that was employed to elucidate what medium light was "waving" in. Now it has been harmed the reputation of, as Maxwell's equations entail that electromagnetic radiatio