## #title.pressure., Physics

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examples showing liquids exert pressure

#### Fermi energy and fermi dirac distribution law, Q. Define Fermi energy. Writ...

Q. Define Fermi energy. Write down the expression for Fermi Dirac distribution law. Deduce an expression for Fermi energy of a system of free particles. Sol. The Fermi Energy

#### Step to improve power factor, Step to improve Power Factor By using st...

Step to improve Power Factor By using static capacitor: Static capacitor is generally used to get better the power factor of the power system. As the capacitor draws leadi

#### Electron distribution, Electron distribution: The atoms of a solid have...

Electron distribution: The atoms of a solid have electrons rotating in orbits around the positive nucleus. This is true of gases and liquids as well. These orbiting electrons

#### Maximum range, Maximum Range Suppose a cannonball launched from a canno...

Maximum Range Suppose a cannonball launched from a cannon at 3 various launch angles - 30-degrees, 45-degrees, and 60-degrees. The launch speed is held constant; just the angle

#### Compute the voltage gain with feedback, Q. The voltage increase of an ampli...

Q. The voltage increase of an amplifier without feedback is 100. If negative feedback is functioned with feedback fraction 0.1, compute the voltage gain with feedback. A F

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#### What do you mean by sound absorber, What do you understand by reverberation...

What do you understand by reverberation time an auditorium What do you mean by sound absorber. Give two examples for good absorbers.

#### Semiconductor materials: gallium arsenide, Energy gap: 1.4ev at room temper...

Energy gap: 1.4ev at room temperature Its charactistics are very closely related to those of germanium. This is under stable, since Gallium is the third column neighbour and a

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#### Cooling by radiation, Assume a hot system at temperature T placed in an env...

Assume a hot system at temperature T placed in an environment at a lower temperature T0. The system emits more radiation than it absorbs and cools down whereas the surrounding abso