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### Types of radioisotopes and their examples

Radioisotopes are formed by Isotopes, which are atoms with the same atomic number and different mass number. Some Types of…

Read More »### Difference Between Distance And Displacement in tabular form

Distance and displacement are two widely used terms that can be commonly used by people in motion. However, physically speaking,…

Read More »### How to find Vernier caliper least count formula?

Vernier caliper least counts formula is calculated by dividing the smallest reading of the main scale with the total number…

Read More »### Difference Between Accuracy and Precision in tabular form

Difference between accuracy and precision is that Accuracy means how close a measured value is to the actual value and…

Read More »### Difference between plane wave and spherical wave

The basic difference between plane wave and spherical wave is that in plane wave disturbances propagated in single direction like…

Read More »### Difference Between Stress and Strain in Tabular Form

The basic difference between stress and strain is that stress is the deforming force per unit area.Its unit is same…

Read More »### Difference between young’s modulus, bulk modulus and shear modulus

The basic difference between young’s modulus, bulk modulus, and shear modulus is that Young’s modulus is the ratio of tensile…

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### kepler’s laws of planetary motion definition and equation

Kepler’s laws of planetary motion are expressed as:(1) All the planets move around the Sun in the elliptical orbits, having the Sun…

Read More » ### Capacitance of a Capacitor

The capacitance of a capacitor is the ability of a capacitor to store an electric charge per unit of voltage across…

Read More »### Difference between conservative and conservative force with examples

Conservative and nonconservative forces examples are given in which Gravitational forces, Magnetic force, Electrostatic force, Elastic spring force, Electric force…

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