Relationship between Frequency and Energy

Relationship between Frequency and Energy

Introduction Physics is a subject that makes a person develop the mindset to search for reasons for almost every phenomenon happening around them. From bigger phenomena like black holes, climate change, earthquakes, and natural disasters to very common ones like the flow of water in pipes, the stretching of a rubber band, bouncing of springs, … Read more

Wind Energy

Wind Energy

Know in one minute about Wind energy Wind energy is a renewable energy that is formed with the help of wind flow. Wind turbines are used to generate energy out of the wind flow. The advantages are: it is renewable, eco-friendly, uses less land, cost-effective from a long-term perspective. The disadvantages are: 1. Can be … Read more

High Viscosity Vs Low Viscosity

Introduction In chemistry related to fluids, it becomes imperative to study the internal motion or the process being executed when a force or a change in the state of motion of the fluid is being exerted on it. Regarding the study of fluids, an important property was discovered which was termed Viscosity. Viscosity was first … Read more

USB types: Understanding and their uses

USB types

Know in one minute about USB types Let us know the different USB types and their functions USB which is Universal Serial Bus is a device that is widely used to transfer data, supply power, and even deliver audio and video signals at higher resolution. USB types are: USB type- A (standard) USB mini- A … Read more

What is Schrodinger Wave Equation?

Schrodinger Wave Equation

Know in one minute about Schrodinger Wave Equation Erwin Schrodinger an Austrian physicist give Schrodinger Wave Equation in the year 1925. It helped to study the probability of finding a particle at a particular position and with a particular momentum. The Schrodinger wave equation has the following practical applications : ●      Describing the behavior of … Read more

Number of tetrahedral voids in fcc

Number of tetrahedral voids in fcc

What is the number of tetrahedral voids in the fcc lattice of a solid? a. 2 b. 4 c. 6 d. 8 Detailed solution for Number of tetrahedral voids in fcc The crystals of solids are formed by arranging several crystal lattices in some order. These crystal lattices are made up of very small units … Read more

Tetrahedral voids: Structures and types

Tetrahedral voids

Know in one minute about Tetrahedral voids Tetrahedral voids are empty spaces found in the crystal lattice of some substances. Are commonly found in crystal systems of substances that have a closely packed structure. These are unoccupied interstitial empty spaces between the atoms or molecules or ions of a substance that have a tetrahedral crystal … Read more

Displacement formula: Derivation and examples

Displacement formula

Know in one minute about the Displacement formula The displacement formula is the formula to calculate the displacement of a moving body. It is the length of the shortest path when the position of that object or particle changes.  Displacement  =  velocity X time Only depends upon the positions of the particle, it doesn’t depend … Read more

What is Rectilinear motion?

Rectilinear motion

Know in one minute about Rectilinear motion When a body moves along a straight line or parallel to a straight line, then the motion of the body is called rectilinear motion. It is possible only when the body moves on a single axis. All physical quantities of kinematics such as distance, velocity, acceleration, etc. are … Read more

Formula for angular acceleration

formula for angular acceleration

Know in one minute about angular acceleration The formula for angular acceleration is a. Average angular acceleration: when we want to find angular acceleration between two points.      α av = Δω / Δt b. Instantaneous angular acceleration: when we want to find angular acceleration at a particular point of the path.    α = … Read more