Definition of Gravitation and Gravity

All of us are aware that the material object are attracted towards the earth.…

Work - Definition, Units and Formula

In everyday language we often use term Work. A teacher teaching a class, a st…

Friction and its types | Coefficient of friction

Definition of Friction According to newton’s first law of motion , a body m…

Diode - Definition, Symbol and Types

Definition of Diode A diode is a semiconductor device which have tw…

Newton's laws of motion with examples

Newton’s laws of motion gives relations between the forces acting on a body…

Capacitor and Capacitance | Units and its Uses

A capacitor is a device which is used to store an electric charg…

Electric Resistance and Resistivity

Resistance of a conductor is the opposition offered to the flow of electric…

Electricity and Electric Current with its Units

It is a form of energy due to the existence of charged particles (such as …

What is Solar Energy and Solar Constant?

The sun is a source of enormous energy . It is a fusion reactor at a distan…

Working and Principle of a Windmill

A windmill is a machine which converts the kinetic energy of the wind, i.e.,…

What is wind energy and its Examples

The motion of air along (i.e. parallel to) the surface of the Earth is call…

Biogas - Its Composition and Advantages

Biogas is a mixture of gases produced by anaerobic degradation of biomass i…

Biomass as fuel and Bioenergy

Biomass is defined as the living matter or its residue and is a renewable s…

What is Hydroenergy and Hydroelectric power plant?

Energy from flowing water is known as Hydro (HYDEL) energy. Solar energy …

What is Sound Energy? Examples of Sound energy

Sound energy is the movement of energy through a substance in wave. Soun…

What is Heat Energy or Thermal Energy & temperature

The energy of a matter or substance due to its temperature is known as heat…

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