## Archimedes’ Screw

The Archimedes’ screw, also known as the water screw, screw pump, Archimedean screw, or Egyptian screw, is a machine used to pull water from a low-lying water body. Water is …

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## Archimedes’ Screw

## Quantum Computers Explained

## Life Cycle Of A Star

## Maxwell Boltzmann Distribution Explained

## Pythagorean Theorem And Its Proof

## Wheatstone Bridge Explained

## The Blood-Brain Barrier: Why Don’t The Brain Get Infected Easily?

## A New Way To ‘See’ The Elusive Dark Matter

## Coulomb’s Law Explained

## The Kinematic Equations Explained

## Plaster of Paris: Chemistry, Preparation And Uses

## Parallel And Perpendicular Axis Theorems

## Vlasov Equation

## Quantum Gravity

## Poisson’s Equation

## The Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom

## Helmholtz Equation and Its Applications

## Black Holes Explained

## Stefan Boltzmann Law

## Is Time Travel Possible?

## Kirchhoff’s Laws

## The Fermi Paradox

## Compton Effect

## Protein Sequencing Explained

## The Poiseuille Equation

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The Archimedes’ screw, also known as the water screw, screw pump, Archimedean screw, or Egyptian screw, is a machine used to pull water from a low-lying water body. Water is …

Quantum computers are computers which uses quantum phenomena such as entanglement and superposition to perform computing functions. Where a traditional computer uses bits, which are strings of numbers (think of …

How does a star form? How does it produce so much energy? What happens when a star runs out of fuel? We usually get a lot of question like this …

The Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution is a type of probability distribution named after James Clark Maxwell and Ludwig Boltzmann. It is an integral part of statistical mechanics. The distribution was first proposed …

The Pythagorean Theorem, also called the Pythagoras Theorem, is a fundamental relationship in Euclidian Geometry. It relates the three sides of a right-angled triangle. The theorem states that the square …

The Wheatstone Bridge is a special kind of electrical circuit used to measure a resistor’s resistance whose value we do not know. The wheatstone bridge circuit diagram is as follows: …

Brain, as we know is the CPU of our body and its protection is the number one priority for us. But did you ever observe that brain doesn’t get infected …

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Astronomers have found a new way to see the mysterious dark matter haloes that surround galaxies. They report that this new method is 10 times more accurate and precise than …

Coulomb’s Law is a basic equation of electrostatics that explains how charged particles interact. It established the beginnings of the study of electromagnetism, in a quantitative form. It is often …

The kinematic equations describe the motion of an object in classical mechanics. In the simple case of uniformly accelerated motion in one dimension, they provide us with useful results for …

What is Plaster of Paris? Plaster of Paris, also called POP, is a versatile building material. It is can be packaged and stored easily. When mixed with water, it forms …

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Parallel axis theorem and Perpendicular axis theorem are two very important theorems in the field of rigid body mechanics. They help us generalize results about moments of inertia of objects …

Vlasov equation is a differential equation that is used to model how plasma behaves and evolves over time. The equation has applications in fields where we have to deal with …

Quantum gravity is one of the burning field in theoretical physics that tries to describe gravity according to the principles of quantum mechanics, and where quantum effects cannot be ignored, …

Poisson’s equation is a partial differential equation that has many applications in physics. It helps model various physical situations. Knowing how to solve it is an essential tool for mathematical …

The modern understanding of the atom emerged in the early 20th century. The Quantum Mechanical Model of the atom was a major breakthrough in this process. It was a radical …

The Helmholtz equation is an important differential equation. It has many applications in various fields of physics, such as optics, acoustics, electrostatics and quantum mechanics. A lot of other related …

Black holes are curious bodies that occur in cosmological physics. They sound almost exotic, with their unreal properties and air of mystery. Scientists studying them learn a lot more about …

Stefan Boltzmann Law or Stefan’s law is an important law in thermodynamics. It relates the energy radiated by a blackbody to its temperature. It is called the Stefan-Boltzmann law after …

When we hear the phrase ‘time travel’, the first thing that we usually think of is travelling backwards into the past, perhaps to see our past selves. This version of …

Kirchhoff’s Circuit Laws are two laws that help us analyze electric circuits in terms of their voltage and current. The two corresponding laws are hence called Kirchhoff’s Current Law and …

The Fermi Paradox is a paradox dealing with intelligent extraterrestrial life. Put simply, there is a reasonable chance that intelligent life could have evolved somewhere in the observable universe so …

The Compton effect is a physical phenomenon that describes how X-rays interact with electrons. It is one of the pieces of evidence that led to the establishment of quantum theory. …

Proteins are complex biomolecules that are found in all living organisms. They perform a wide variety of functions and are versatile in nature. Their diversity in function is matched by …

The Poiseuille equation (also called Hagen-Poiseuille equation) is a fluid mechanical equation that helps us understand how pressure varies in a flowing liquid. Specifically, it deals with pressure drops in …