18 Apr, 2024

Shocking Truth Revealed: The Science Behind Why Water is Wet!

Have you ever stopped to ponder the intriguing question: Why is water wet? It seems like a simple inquiry, yet the answer delves into the fascinating world of molecular interactions and sensory perceptions. In this article about “Why is water wet?”, we’ll take a dive into the scientific explanation behind the wetness of water, exploring the unique properties that give rise to this common yet enigmatic phenomenon.

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Totally Science Unleashed: The Coolest Experiments and Technologies You Need to Know About!

Welcome to the fascinating world of “Totally Science” where no bounds are put on innovation! In this blog post, we will take you on a thrilling journey through the most cutting-edge experiments and mind-blowing technologies that are shaping the future. Buckle up as we dive into the coolest advancements in various scientific disciplines!

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A Brief Introduction To Fiber Optics Technology

Understanding how fiber optics used in everyday life are made and function is a fascinating work of art mixed with science. Fiber optics are fabricated using materials that transmit light and consist of a bundle of very thin plastic or glass fibers held in a tube. One end is at a light source and the other end is a camera lens, used to channel light and images around the corners and bends. Fiber optics have an extremely transparent core of plastic or glass surrounded by a covering named “cladding”. Light is stimulated via a source present at one end of the fiber optic and as the light travels through the tube, the cladding is there to hold it all inside. A bundle of fiber optics may be twisted or bent without distorting the image, as the cladding is designed to reflect these lighting images from inside the surface. This fiber optic can carry light from the light source over large distances, varying from a few inches to over many miles. 

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Vectors

Before proceeding to explain vectors, I’ll like to ask a simple question, “Do you know what physical quantity is ?”. If answer is – ‘Yes’, we are safe to go ahead but in other scenario I’ll recommend reading Physical Quantities. If we closely watch physical quantities, we can categorized them in two. Yes this is […]

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What is the Meaning of Electric Flux – How is it defined ?

Electric Flux – Definition : Electric flux gives the measure of flow of the electric field through a given area. We may define electric flux as-  Electric flux is proportional to the number of electric field lines passing normally through a  surface. If the electric field is uniform, the electric flux passing through a surface of vector area S is calculated by following formula – […]

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Understanding The Concept of Electromotive Force

In this article I will try to explain the concept of electromotive force. We know that if we apply some potential difference between two ends of conductor electric current flows. But that’s not all as if we look closer we will find that it is not sufficient to apply just potential difference for maintaining current […]

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Electric Field Lines – Deep concept of electric field lines

In this article, we will try to understand what are electric field lines. Actually they are nothing. You guys are trying to look for E-field lines, while they do not exist. We talk about them because they help us understand the interactions of the charges. Think about God, have ever seen him. No, none had. […]

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Coulomb’s Law – Explanation of Statement , Formulas-Principle, Limitation of Coulomb’s Law

This article is about coulomb’s law. Here I have tried to explain it in simple words. Hope it helps you in understanding the coulomb’s law in a comprehensive way. As mentioned in earlier article, it had been first observed in 600 before Christ by Greek philosopher Thales of Miletus, if two bodies are charged with […]

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Experiment to Explain Frictional Electricity and Concept of Charging by Induction

Hope previous articles helped you in understanding Physics in better way. In this article I will discuss a simple experiment that will clear the concept of frictional electricity and concept of charging by induction. So let’s begin with the experiment For this simple experiment take a balloon and  a paper pin. Hang paper pin with […]

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