Current time base generators, Physics

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Working of Current Time base generator

Explain electrostatic induction, Electrostatic Induction: Electrostatic...

Electrostatic Induction: Electrostatic Induction is the process in which a charged object charges another neutral object without touching it.

POTENIAL DIVIDER AND CALCULATION ABOUT LENS, IN PHYSICS B OCR THE POTENTIAL...

IN PHYSICS B OCR THE POTENTIAL DIVIDER AND CALCULATION ON LENS ARE TRICKY. HOW DO I APPROACH AND UNDERSTAND QUESTIONS?

What is the concept of time, Q. According to classical mechanics, what is t...

Q. According to classical mechanics, what is the concept of time ? As-per to classical mechanics (i) The time interval among two events has the same value for all observers

Nuclear decays, Nuclear Decays Uses a proper Monte Carlo engine to simu...

Nuclear Decays Uses a proper Monte Carlo engine to simulate real decays.The decay of 500 atoms of the fictional element Balonium.

Force constant of a spring, Does the force constant of a spring changes if ...

Does the force constant of a spring changes if it is cut into parts? Ans) Force constant does not change because it is a constant

Phase difference between incident and reflected waves, What do you mean by ...

What do you mean by the phase difference between incident and reflected waves at a) an open end and b) closed end? What happens to the fundamental frequency of a stretched strin

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Define the centripetal acceleration, Two bodies are moving in circular path...

Two bodies are moving in circular paths of equivalent radii.  If the speed of the first body is twice that of the second, the centripetal acceleration of the first body is how

Radius of an atom is of the order, The radius of an atom is of the order of...

The radius of an atom is of the order of: (1) 10 -10 cm (2) 10 -13 cm (3) 10 -15 cm (4) 10 -8 cm Ans: (4)10 -8 cm

Derive superposition theorem, For the circuit shown in Figure, find, using ...

For the circuit shown in Figure, find, using the superposition theorem, (a) The current flowing in and the p.d. across the  resistor, (b) The current in the 8V battery and