Radioactive Decay

Radioactive Decay

Table of Contents Introduction Types of Radioactive Decay Laws of Radioactive Decay Mathematical Treatment Applications of Radioactive Decay Radiation Hazard Introduction Radioactive Decay is the process of emission of radioactive radiations from a nucleus of an atom. The unstable nuclei ( generally the nuclei of atomic mass greater than 83 ) and having more number …

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Interference of Light Waves

Interference of Light Waves

Table of Contents Introduction to Interference of Light Principle of superposition of light wave Types of interference of light wave Constructive interference Destructive interference Conditions for Sustained Interference of Light Waves Explanation for Interference of Light Waves Application of Interference of Light Waves Introduction to Interference of Light When two light waves of same frequency …

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Biasing of P-N Junction Diode

Biasing of P-N Junction Diode

Table of Contents Forward Biasing Reverse Biasing The process of applying a potential difference across a p-n junction diode to get it ready for its operation is called biasing of p-n junction diode. There are two types of biasing circuit. They are: Forward biasing Reverse biasing Forward Biasing A p-n junction diode is said to …

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8 Properties of Nucleus

8 Properties of Nucleus

Table of Contents Compostion of Nucleus Nuclear Charge Nuclear Mass Nuclear Shape and Size Nuclear Density Nuclear Spin or Angular Momentum Disintegration of Nucleus Nucleus is a positively charged spherical body present in the center of atom. By various experiments and researchs, scientists have figured out various properties of nucleus. Among many properties of an …

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Properties of X-rays

Properties of X-rays

Table of contents General properties of x-rays Hard x-rays and soft x-rays General properties of x-rays X-rays are the electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength ranging from 10-9 to 10-12 m and are invisible to normal human eye. They travel in straight line with the speed of light in vacuum (3×108 ms-1). They do not posses …

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Life Cycle of a Star

Life Cycle of a Star

Table of Cotents Introduction to Star Formation of a star A Living Star Final Stage of a star Formation of Red Giant Star Formation of Planetary Nebula Formation of White Dwarf Formation of Red Supergiant Star Formation of Neutron Star Concluding the life cycle of a star Introduction to Star You must have seen a …

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