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14 Oct 2019

Category: Science Table of 2 | Multiplication for 2 | Learn for Understanding

Introduction Table of 2 Table of 2 is the first table that students learn in the beginning after the number’s understanding. It’s very easy for the students. If students make a mind map then it becomes so easy. You can see at the end in… Sum Arithmetic Operations a Quiz for Class- 2 to 3

The sum operations quiz is displayed below for class 2 onwards. Students will enjoy the quiz activity. The two-digit sum is taken in the practice. Table of 16 | Multiplication Table for 16 | Learn and Read

Table of 16 is the sixth number table that students learn after the foundation tables from 2 to 10. The table of 12,13,14, and 15 already we have covered. For the students, I have added a quiz at last and its solution is given by… Table of 15 | Multiplication table of 15 | Read and Learn

Table of 15 is the interesting one because the first target remains to learn the table from 11 to 15. After learning the foundation table from 2 to 10 for maths calculations these are required. In the last sections, we have covered table of 12,… Table of 14 | Read and Learn 14 Table Maths

A table of 14 is listed here for the reading purpose of the students. Below the table you can find a quiz where you can check your learning. First, read 14 table maths then attempt the quiz. In the tables table of 12 is easy… Table of 12 || Multiplication Table of 12

Table of 12 is the first table that students learn after the foundation tables from 2 to 10. The table of 10 and 11 remains very easy for the students and its difficulty starts from the table of 12. If students make a mind map…

Robust Ruby Laser Construction and Working

Ruby Laser its Construction and Working Ruby laser construction and working, It is the first operating laser using three energy levels scheme of population inversion and a solid-state crystal laser element. The laser has three components Laser medium: it is in the form of a… Explanation of Anomalous Zeeman Effect | Atomic Physics

Atomic Physics |Anomalous Zeeman effect In atomic physics, we observe the interaction of the magnetic field with a magnetic dipole moment. Its interpretation is complex when S’≠0. The Lorentz classical theory can’t explain the interaction theory and further the splitting of energy levels. But remember,… Zeeman Effect Explanation for B. Sc.

Zeeman Effect Introduction Zeeman Effect was observed In 1896, by the Zeeman (the Dutch physicist Pieter Zeeman) that, when an atom is placed in an external magnetic field, and then it excited, the spectral lines emits in the deexcitation process are split into several components…. Dipole Moment of Atom: Key for Material’s Properties

I start it with a simple example of a classroom. As you know, in the classroom when there is no teacher students sit in random directions. While the teacher enters the classroom all the students get aligned towards the teacher. The orientation of students because… Specifications of Different Optical Fibers

Single mode step-index fiber: Core diameter: 7 to 11 μm Cladding diameter: generally 125 μm Coating diameter: 200 to 300 μm Numerical aperture: 0.08 to 0.15 Performance: 2 to 5 dB/km with a scattering limit of around 1 dB/km at a wavelength of 0.85 μm Bandwidth: Greater than… Magnetic Hysteresis Loop and B H Curve Explanation

Introduction of Magnetic Hysteresis Loop To understand this topic first of all we have to understand the basic concept. Like what is magnetic flux density and magnetic field intensity right? Also, permeability plays an important role in magnetism. Here, two things are by which I…

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