TOPICS Rutherford’s Model of Atoms and Its Limitations Rutherford atomic model, also called nuclear atom or planetary model of the atom. The structure of atoms was proposed in 1911, by the Read More.. Centripetal Acceleration Centripetal acceleration is the property of an object in motion to move along or traversing a circular path. The word “Centripetal” means towards the center. Any motion in a circular path Read More.. Hooke’s Law The law was established by a British physicist Robert Hooke while studying springs and elasticity, who described the relationship between the forces required to stretch a spring and its Read More.. Scalars and Vectors We have various quantities around us, which are described by numbers and units. However, there are also some quantities which are described not only by numbers and Read More.. Young’s Modulus Young’s modulus also called as Elastic modulus or tensile modulus was established by an 18th century English physicist Thomas Young (1773 – 1829). Young’s modulus Read More.. Geiger-Nuttall Law In nuclear physics, the Geiger-Nuttall law in simple terms establishes a relation between the disintegration constant (λ) (a disintegration constant can be defined as the number of atoms of Read More.. Bernoulli’s Principle Bernoulli's principle is a concept of fluid dynamics. It was stated by Daniel Bernoulli in 1738, the principle is based on the principle of conservation of energy. In the ideal state of the fluid, the Read More.. Reynolds Number Did you ever experience water rafting in a very unsteady fast flowing water body? Apparently, where you can experience the turbulent flow of water, but what property determines the flow Read More.. Ohm’s Law in Current Electricity In the year 1827, a German physicist Georg Simon Ohm, described the relationship between voltage, current and resistance. According to Ohm’s Law, the electric current which flows through any Read More.. Surface Tension We all do sometimes in our day-to-day life, fill water in a glass or bottle to drink water but sometimes mistakenly, we tend to fill it a little above the rim of the glass or bottle, causing the water to Read More.. Newton’s First Law of Motion In our daily life, we can see so many things around us. These objects always remain in resting state unless we move them voluntarily. So, does that give the idea that the natural state of a body Read More.. Drag Force In fluid dynamics, an important factor called drag or fluid resistance is a force, which opposes the motion of an object or exerted by the fluid on the object while moving through the fluid (either Read More.. Shear Modulus The shear modulus is a measure of the ability of a material to resist transverse deformations. It defines the stiffness of the material; the greater the value of the shear modulus the more Read More.. Nuclear Reaction Maybe at some point in time, we all must have heard the word nuclear power or nuclear weapon. But have you ever imagined how they work? In order to understand this; we must learn the Read More.. Work in Physics In physics, work is said to be done by the body; when the force acting on an object causes to move it by a distance in the direction of the force applied. Any act or situation in which the object is Read More..