## Implicit Differentiation

Implicit differentiation is the main type of differential calculus. It is widely used to find the derivative of one variable with respect to another variable. The derivative is a major …

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## Implicit Differentiation

## How to Solve Boolean algebra Expressions?

## 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

Scroll to Top Implicit differentiation is the main type of differential calculus. It is widely used to find the derivative of one variable with respect to another variable. The derivative is a major …

Boolean algebra is derived from algebra which is one of the major branches of mathematics. There are so many branches of mathematics such as calculus, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, numerical analysis …

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. …