# Physics

## Current Electricity Formulas

An electric current is the rate of flow of charged particles, such as electrons or ions, through an electrical conductor or space. It is measured in Coulombs/second which is named …

## Sound Wave Formulas

Sound waves in simple terms are longitudinal waves that travel through a medium like air or water. In this article, we will see some important sound wave formulas which will …

## Electromagnetic Wave Formulas

Electromagnetic waves are a result of vibrations between an electric field and a magnetic field. In other words, Electromagnetic waves are composed of oscillating magnetic and electric fields. In this …

## Projectile Motion & Vectors Formulas

Projectile Motion is the form of motion observed when any object is launched into the air. The Projectile motion is subjected to only acceleration due to gravity. The object launched …

## Units and Dimensions Formulas

In this article, let us see key definitions, equations and formulas related to Units and Dimensions. These will also help you in preparing for competitive exams like JEE and NEET. …

## Prism Formula

Prism is a solid shape with two of its faces as parallel and identical polygons and the rest of the faces connecting them being parallelograms. In this article, we are …

## Space Wave Propagation

Space waves propagation which is also known as tropospheric propagation or line of sight propagation is radio wave propagation within a given limit in the atmosphere. A wave is a …

## Dimensions of Resistance

Resistance is a measure of the opposition to the flow of electrons and is calculated by dividing voltage upon current in the conductor. The dimensions of resistance can be given …

## Rectilinear Motion

Rectilinear Motion (or Linear Motion) is a specific form of motion. It is a motion that occurs in a single direction or axis. All the motion-related parameters are along one …

## Fleming Right Hand Rule

When a moving conductor is placed inside a magnetic field, due to the motion of the conductor, current will be induced in it and there exists a directional relationship between …

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