# Physics

## Curie Temperature

Curie Temperature (), also known as Curie Point, is the temperature at which certain magnetic materials undergo a sharp change in their magnetic properties. This point was named after Pierre …

## Joule’s Law of Heating

Have you wondered how an electric cooker works? How food is prepared in an electric cooker? How liquids are heated in an electric kettle? The answer to your question is …

## Newton’s Law of Cooling

At some point in our life, we might have wondered why an object, for example, coffee, tea, or boiled water, that was initially hot, had, after a while, cooled down. …

## Moving Coil Galvanometer

Moving Coil Galvanometer is an electromagnetic device that can measure current. It consists of permanent horseshoe magnets, pivoted spring, soft iron core, coil, non-metallic frame, scale, and pointer. Moving coil …

## Huygens’ Principle

Huygens principle, also known as the Huygens-Fresnel principle proposed the wave nature of light. The principle establishes a wave view of light rather than a particle view. It allows us …

## Stokes Law

Stokes Law gives the relation between the velocity and frictional force acting on a spherical body moving in a viscous fluid. This law also gives the settling or terminal velocities …

## Parallel and Perpendicular Axis Theorems

The parallel and perpendicular axis theorems are used to find the moment of inertia of a rigid body about different axes that pass through the center of mass of the …

## Kepler’s Laws Of Planetary Motion

Kepler’s laws of planetary motion, are the laws that describe the motions of the planets in the solar system. These laws were derived by Johannes Kepler, a German astronomer, in …

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