# Month: July 2020

• Electronics

## what are Three Types of solid in semiconductor?

Material has specifically used depending upon their characteristics and properties, such as hardness, ductility, malleability, conducting or magnetic, etc. What…

• ## Stopwatch: Definition, Types and Uses

What is Stopwatch? A stopwatch is used to measure the time interval of an event. It is a kind of…

• ## Thermal Equilibrium: Definition, Examples

What is Thermal Equilibrium? By contacting two bodies that are at different temperatures, the one that is warmer yields part…

• Mechanics

## Uses and applications of total internal reflection

When the angle of incidence becomes larger than the critical angle, no refraction occurs. The entire light is reflected back…

• ## Moment of inertia: Definition, formulas & Equation

In this post, You’ll Learn a List of the moment of inertia formulas for Different Shapes with examples. Contents: Moments…

• Electricity & Megnetism

## What are Different Types of magnets?

Magnet is a material that has the ability to produce a magnetic field on the outside, which is capable of…

• ## Difference between interference and diffraction in tabular form

The interference is the combination of the superposition of two or more waves that are in a point of space. The diffraction is…

• ## Difference between Reflection and refraction in tabular form

Reflection and refraction are two different properties of light. The basic difference between reflection and refraction is that Reflection of…

• ## Difference between force and pressure

The difference between force and pressure is that “Force is an agency which moves or tends to move, stops or…

• APK Apps

## Newton’s Second Law of motion: Definition, Formula & Exaamples

Newton’s second law of motion states that the rate of change of momentum of a body is directly proportional to…