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Physics BLOG for K12, High School-discussions and problem solving

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This Physics BLOG is founded with the aim to assist students in mastering the basics or the fundamentals by publishing quality contents.The posts published here have been successful so far to clarify many confusions in young minds.




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honey high viscosity

Viscosity – definition, derivation, coefficient of viscosity

Viscosity - coefficient of viscosity  When we pour a glass of water, it flows freely and quickly. But when we pour honey that flows slowly and sticks to the container. The cause behind this difference is fluid friction, both within the fluid itself and between the fluid and its surroundings (say container wall). We call this property of fluids as ...
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buoyancy

Buoyancy – Definition, Buoyant Force, equation and Archimedes

Buoyancy We have certainly experienced Buoyancy knowingly or unknowingly. In this topic we will discuss it with examples and get its definition and related equations. We also discuss the contribution of Archimedes in this regard. When we try to place a mug in a bucket of water we feel one opposing force coming upwards from water as we push the mug ...
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torque

Torque in physics – definition & formula derivation

Torque in physics - definition Definition of Torque: Torque in physics is also known as the Moment of force. In other words, It is the Rotational analogue of force. As force causes translational motion, the Torque is the cause of rotational motion. If the net torque is zero then a body will not change its rotational state of motion. So first, we ...
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equilibrium

Equilibrium of a rigid body-conditions and physics

Equilibrium of a Rigid body A rigid body is said to be in mechanical equilibrium, if both its linear momentum and angular momentum are not changing with time. In other words, the body is in mechanical equilibrium when it has neither linear acceleration nor angular acceleration.This means the conditions for equilibrium can be expressed as the following: conditions for equilibrium ...
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