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Theory of Light

Theory of Light

Table of Contents Introduction to light Different theories of light Ancient theories of light Corpuscular Theory of Light Huygen’s Wave Theory Maxwell’s Electromagnetic Theory of Light Quantum Theory of Light Conclusion Introduction to light Generally, light is a electromagnetic radiation of visible wavelength. Visible light ranges from the wavelength of 400 to 700 nm (nanometer). …

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Animal Cell Nucleus and Its Function

Animal Cell Nucleus and Its Function

Table of Content Nucleus Introduction Structure of Animal Cell Nuclear membrane Nucleoplasm Chromatin Fiber Nucleolus Function of Animal Cell Nucleus Nucleus Introduction The nucleus is a dense and most significant component of the cell. Animal cell nucleus has a lot of functions like controlling all the cellular activities and carrying the hereditary information of the …

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Parabolic mirror

Parabolic mirror

Introduction A mirror which has reflecting surface in the shape of parabola is called parabolic mirror. As the mirror can converge accurately a wide parallel beam of light at the focus,parabolic mirrors are used to increase the intensity of reflected beam. Such beams reflected by parabolic mirrors remains undiminished to a long distance. Parabolic mirrors …

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Binding energy of nucleus and nucleons

Binding energy of nucleus and nucleons

Table of Contents Binding Energy Illustration of binding energy of nucleus : Binding Energy per Nucleon Table Stability of nucleus and binding energy: Results from B.E. vs. A graph Significance of binding energy curve Frequently Asked Questions How to calculate total binding energy of nucleus? What does binding energy measure? Binding Energy The nucleons are …

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Surface Tension of Water

Surface Tension of Water

Introduction to surface tension of water Origin of Surface Tension of Water Factors Affecting Surface Tension of Water Introduction to surface tension of water Surface tension of water is the property of water at rest by virtue of which its surface behaves like a stretched membrane and tries to occupy minimum possible surface area. Mathematically, …

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