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#### Kinametics, assiament on kinametics theory of gas

assiament on kinametics theory of gas

#### Double-slit experiment, Double-slit experiment (T. Young; 1801): A pop...

Double-slit experiment (T. Young; 1801): A popular experiment which illustrates the wave nature of light (and indeed of other particles). Light is passed out from a small sour

#### Calculate the maximum velocity of rocket, A popular toy on the market some ...

A popular toy on the market some years ago was the water rocket. Water (at 10°C) was loaded into a plastic rocket and pressurized with a hand pump. The rocket was released and woul

#### Explain stokes theorem in vector calculus, Explain Stokes theorem in vector...

Explain Stokes theorem in vector calculus?

#### Must all illuminator have forced ventilation, Must all illuminator have for...

Must all illuminator have forced ventilation? Usually yes, the exception being which with a massive construction that dissipate heat by transfer or radiation.

#### Poission;s theory, what is poission''s equation?Establish poisson''s equati...

what is poission''s equation?Establish poisson''s equation for space distribution of charges.discuss its significance.

#### Define time period of vibration of particle, (i) Time section of vibration ...

(i) Time section of vibration of particle is described as the time taken by the particle to complete single vibration about its mean position. (ii) It is the time given by the r

#### Rotation motion, What is the difference between circular and rotation motio...

What is the difference between circular and rotation motion

#### Right-hand rule, Right-hand rule: A trick for right-handed coordinate ...

Right-hand rule: A trick for right-handed coordinate systems to find out which way the cross product of two 3-vectors will be directed. There are few forms of this rule, and t

#### Occams razor, Occam's [or Ockham's] razor (William of Occam [or Ockham]; c....

Occam's [or Ockham's] razor (William of Occam [or Ockham]; c. 1340): The recommendation that the simpler a theory is, the better. If two of the theories predict phenomena to t  