Modern Physics

  • Thermal radiation:Definition,examples and properties

    Thermal radiation Radiation emitted by such a body due to its temperature is called thermal radiation. All bodies not only emit such radiation but also absorb it from their surroundings. If the rate of absorption and emission from a body…

  • Uses of laser in Everyday Life

    List of uses of laser and applications in the field of medicine, industry, and agriculture The intense heat produced in a small area by a laser beam is also used for welding and matching metals and for drilling tiny holes…

  • What is Photovoltaic effect?

    Photovoltaic effect An effect arising when a junction exists between two dissimilar materials and one of the materials is exposed to electromagnetic radiation, usually in the range near-ultraviolet to infrared. The two materials may, for example, be a metal and…

  • X rays uses,properties and applications

    What are X rays ? X-rays are the electromagnetic waves that are emitted by the atoms of those metals which have a large atomic number, a large number of protons in their nuclei so that the pull of the nuclei…

  • uses and applications of x rays waves in everyday life

    Uses of gamma rays in everyday life 1:Radio Therapy X-rays kill the diseased tissues of the body. Hence they are used to λ cure intractable skin diseases, malignant tumours etc. If the affected part is superficial soft rays are applied…

  • Neuralink Chips can help to enhance human capabilities

    In the realm of technological innovation, Neuralink, a neurotechnology company founded by Elon Musk, has emerged as a groundbreaking force. The development of Neuralink chips represents a significant leap forward in the convergence of neuroscience and technology, offering the potential…

  • What are Different types of Diode?

    A diode is a two-terminal device formed by two doped regions of silicon separated by a PN junction. The most common category of the diode, known as the general-purpose diode, is covered. Zener diode, PN junction diode, Tunnel diode, Varactor diode, Schottky diode,…

  • Properties of alpha, Beta and Gamma rays with uses and differences

    Three types of radiations are emitted from radioactive elements that are Alpha, Beta, and Gamma radiations. This post also includes Properties of Alpha, Beta, and Gamma rays. This post includes: Radioactivity Definition Natural radioactivity Definition Nature of Radiations Properties 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 the deviation suffering waves around the edges and corners that occurs when a portion of a wavefront is interrupted or…

  • 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 light is the process in which light bounces back on striking the surface, while refraction of light is the process…

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