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3.20 b) Given the resistances of 1 Ω, 2 Ω, 3 Ω, how will be combine them to get an equivalent resistance of (iii) 6 Ω

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M Mohit Bansal
Answered Nov 11, 2019

attach them in series

Our current bill is calculated on the basis of unit consumed. Can you express 1 unit in joule

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S safeer
Answered Oct 10, 2019

1 unit= 1Kilo watt hour= 3600000 joule

Mobility is the measure of how fast an electron can move through a conductor or semiconductor in the presence of an electric field.

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Answered Oct 10, 2019
In the absence of electric field, what is the average thermal velocity of electrons in a conductor?

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Answered Oct 10, 2019
The average thermal velocity will be zero

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Answered Oct 10, 2019
Current density is a vector quantity
Ideal gas obeys the gas laws exactly

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Answered Oct 10, 2019
You just finished "Properties of Solids and Liquids".

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S safeer
Answered Oct 10, 2019

 

In this chapter, you have completed:

  • 52 concepts
  • Few doubts, important facts, points to remember, etc.
  • More than 100 number of Questions and Examples with Solutions.

In this chapter, firstly you read about the concepts of properties of solids, then moved to concepts of properties of liquid and finally, you read about the concepts of thermal properties of matter and heat transfer and its various modes. Apart from this, there are certain tips for you which will be helpful for you to develop a lot of interest in this chapter. There are some examples as well as practice questions in each concept. This chapter has 5 to 6 % weightage for physics in JEE main exam and 3% weightage in the NEET examination. 

Make sure you practice more and more to achieve what you desire. Don’t forget to give a chapter-wise test after completion of the chapter. Revision is the most important part so, don’t forget to do it.

Keep it up!!

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S safeer
Answered Oct 10, 2019
Here are some examples of different types of radiation: ultraviolet light from the sun visible light from a candle

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Answered Oct 10, 2019
Boiling water - The heat passes from the burner into the pot, heating the water at the bottom. Then, this hot water rises and cooler water moves down to replace it, causing a circular motion.

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S safeer
Answered Oct 10, 2019

 No, its not possible practically to convert whole mechanical energy or work to heat. Some heat will get lost because of friction or due to temperature difference between system and surrounding

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Answered Oct 10, 2019

Mechanical energy can be converted into heat. This important physical observation is known as the mechanical equivalent of heat. So, mechanical equivalent of heat states that motion(Work) and heat are mutually interchangeable and that in every case, a given amount of work would generate the same amount of heat, provided the work done is totally converted to heat energy.

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Answered Oct 10, 2019

it is because, only the top layer of the lake or river freezes. And as we know that the density of ice is lower than the water, so it comes at the top surface. As the thermal conductivity of ice is very less so the heat is not conducted by the lower water (in which fish is living). So it makes fish to survive even in icy water because heat does not flow from water to the atmosphere and the water remains warm

Strain is a measurable quantity means it can be measured with the help of some mechanical equipment like Extensometer. But stress is not measured, it is calculated with the help of strain and the related formula or Law like Hooke's law.

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S safeer
Answered Oct 10, 2019
Freezing point = 460 Rankine Boiling Point = 672 Rankine

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Stoke's law is valid for Reynold's Number less than 1
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