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  • Q : Becquerel Becquerel : Bq (after A.H.

    Becquerel: Bq (after A.H. Becquerel, 1852-1908) - The derived SI unit of the activity stated as the activity of radionuclide decay at a rate, on the average, of one nuclear transition every 1 s; it hence has units of s-1.

  • Q : What is Peltier effect Peltier effect

    Peltier effect (J.C.A. Peltier; 1834): The modification in temperature produced at a junction among the two dissimilar metals or semiconductors whenever an electric current passes through the junction.

  • Q : Define Faint Faint , young sun paradox

    Faint, young sun paradox: The theories of stellar evolution point out that as stars mature on the main series, they grow gradually hotter and brighter; computations propose that at as regards the time of the formation of Earth, the Su

  • Q : What is Loschmidt constant or Loschmidt

    Loschmidt constant: Loschmidt number: NL: The total number of particles per unit volume of an ideal gas at standard pressure and temperature. It has the value of 2.687 19 x 1025 m-3.

  • Q : Universal law of universal gravitation

    Describe the universal law of universal gravitation? Briefly describe it.

  • Q : What MeV in MeV photon signify What

    What does MeV in MeV photon signify? Briefly describe it.

  • Q : Define Eddington limit Eddington limit

    Eddington limit (Sir A. Eddington): The hypothetical limit at which the photon pressure would surpass the gravitational attraction of a light-emitting body. That is, a body emanating radiation at bigger than the Eddington limit would

  • Q : What is De Broglie wavelength De

    De Broglie wavelength (L. de Broglie; 1924): The prediction that particles too contain wave characteristics, where the efficient wavelength of the particle would be inversely proportional to its momentum, where the constant of the pro

  • Q : Ampere's law Explain  Ampere's law?  

    Explain Ampere's law?  

    Ampere's law (A.M. Ampere):

  • Q : What is Permeability of free space or

    Permeability of free space: magnetic constant: mu_0: The ratio of the magnetic flux density in the substance to the external field strength for vacuum. It is equivalent to 4 pi x 10-7 H/m.

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