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Characteristics of Periodic Motion

Characteristics of periodic motion: Characteristics of periodic motion are the velocity of the object, the period of motion and the amplitude of the motion. Periodic......

Oscillatory Motion Definition

Oscillatory Motion A particle having periodic motion remains half of its time period in one direction and the rest of time period remains in other......

Periodicity Definition

Periodicity is the quality or character of being periodic; the tendency to recur at intervals. If a body returns to a particular place at regular......

Use of Surface Tension

Use of Surface Tension Some real events in our daily life are influenced by surface tension. These events can be explained by surface tension of......

Definition: Ionic Bond, Covalent Bond, Metallic Bond and Vander Waals Bond

Ionic bond: The bond which is formed due to the attraction between the positive ions and negative ions is called ionic bond. Those ions are......

Explanation: Water with Capillary Tube Depending on Angle of Contact

Event of ascending of water in a capillary tube depending on Angle of Contact: Capillary tube is a tube having uniform fine bore. When it......

When Angle of Contact is different for different points of Solid and Liquid?

Angle of contact is different for different points of solid and liquid The angle which the tangent to the liquid surface at the point of......

Which Factors are Affecting Angle of Contact?

Factors affecting angle of contact: When a liquid comes in contact with a solid surface it is generally curved at the point of contact. There......

Angle of Contact

Angle of Contact Definition: The angle which the tangent to the liquid surface at the point of contact makes with the solid surface inside the......

Relation between Surface Tension and Surface Energy

Relation between Surface Tension and Surface Energy Surface energy is the work per unit area done by the force that creates the new surface. The......

Surface Energy

Surface Energy We know, a tension or force always exists on the surface of a liquid and this tension tends to decrease the area of......

Explanation of Surface Tension by Laplace’s Molecular Theory

Explanation of Surface Tension by Laplace’s molecular theory of surface tension To explain the phenomenon of surface tension Laplace gave a molecular theory which is......