## Wheatstone Bridge

A Wheatstone Bridge is an electrical circuit used to measure an unknown resistance by balancing two legs(one leg containing the unknown component) of the circuit. History The Wheatstone bridge was …

## Ampere’s Law

Ampere’s Law is an integral part of the concept of electromagnetism and is also known as Ampère’s circuital law. Ampère’s law is an alternative expression of Biot Savart Law. History …

## E2 Reaction

E2 Reaction is an elimination reaction in which only one step is involved in eliminating two substituents from a molecule though it has a transitions state as well. E2 which is …

## E1 Reaction

E1 Reaction is an elimination reaction in which two-steps: ionization and deprotonation are involved in eliminating two substituents from a molecule. What is E1 Reaction? Unimolecular Elimination (E1) is a reaction that results …

## Rosenmund Reduction

The Rosenmund Reduction reaction is a hydrogenation process in which an acyl chloride is selectively reduced to an aldehyde. The reaction was named after Karl Wilhelm Rosenmund who discovered it …

## Biot Savart Law

Biot Savart Law is basically an equation describing the magnetic field generated by a constant electric current.  It establishes a relationship between the magnetic field and the magnitude, direction, length, …

## Lens Maker’s Formula

The Lens Maker’s Formula is an expression used to find the focal length of a lens for which the refractive index, as well as the radii of curvature, are known. …

## Measures of Dispersion

In statistics, dispersion is the degree to which a distribution is stretched or squeezed. Measures of Dispersion differs with location or central tendency, and together they are one of the …

## Sierpinski Triangle

Sierpinski Triangle also called as Sierpiński Gasket or Sierpiński Sieve is a fractal with a shape of an equilateral triangle. It is subdivided recursively into smaller equilateral triangles. This triangle …

## Moseley’s Law

Moseley’s Law tells us that the atomic number (and not atomic weight) is the fundamental property of elements. The law basically connects the frequency of an emitted X-ray and the …

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