Static Friction Vs. Kinetic Friction
The comparison between static and kinetic friction, presented in this article, identifies the main points of difference between the two. Dry Friction, in all its forms, can be classified into these two main types.
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Conservation of Mechanical Energy
The principle of conservation of mechanical energy is a fundamental law in physics and forms the foundation of various other laws and interrelated concepts. Let us know more about this concept.
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Static Friction Coefficient Explained
What is the static friction coefficient? How is it computed? Read to find all the answers.
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How Does a Galvanometer Work
If you are not quite able to figure out what a galvanometer is or how it works, this Buzzle article will help you get well-versed with its working mechanism.
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Isothermal Process Explained
What is an isothermal process? What is the work done in such a process? Read to get all the answers.
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Time Dilation Explained
The phenomenon of time dilation is one of the most astounding effects of the physical world, predicted by special and general theory of relativity. In this article, you will find a simple explanation of the same.
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Coefficient of Kinetic Friction
What is the kinetic friction coefficient? How is it calculated? Read to find all the answers.
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Potential Difference Explained
If you want to understand what electric potential difference is, this article will be an interesting read. It is one of the most fundamental concepts that you should know. Read to get a hang of this fundamental concept in...
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Law Of Conservation of Energy
Energy conservation laws define the essence of life and the universe. In this write-up, a simple definition of the law has been provided.
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How Do Airplanes Fly
There exist some questions which are intricate, yet fascinating. One such question, how do airplanes fly has been a subject of fascination for laymen since the Wright Brothers took the first flight. If you are one of those who are...
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Law of Conservation of Mass
Like the conservation of energy, there is a law of conservation of mass as well. Read on to find some useful information regarding the same in the article mentioned below.
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Rotational Kinetic Energy
If you understand kinetic energy, then you will be able to easily interpret and understand rotational kinetic energy. This article will tell you more...
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What is Thermodynamic Equilibrium
A fundamental concept in physics is thermodynamic equilibrium, which is the subject of discussion in this article.
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How Fast Does Light Travel?
One of the most fascinating and interesting constants in physics is the speed of light. but, can anything in this universe travel faster? Curious? Keep reading to know more...
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What is Acceleration?
An important physics concept that every student must grasp is acceleration, which has been explained in the following lines.
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Lorentz Contraction Explained
One of the most intriguing predictions of Einstein's special theory of relativity is Lorenz contraction. Here is a short explanation of the same.
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Conservation of Momentum Explained
What is the conservation of momentum? How is it represented in the form of an equation? Read to get all the answers.
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Law of Inertia
What is the law of inertia? How is it connected with the definition of force? Read to know all about it.
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Proportional Limit
When it comes to understanding Hooke's law, an important parameter to be comprehended is its proportional limit. Here, the concept is explained in detail.
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What is Friction?
The concept of friction is an essential part of physics. This article discusses its basic concept, as well as important related information. Have a look...
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Coherent Light
Coherent light is a form of light in which the electromagnetic waves maintain a set and predictable phase relationship with each other, over a period of time. This article includes some basic information regarding it.
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Conservation of Mass
If your ship has run aground in comprehending the simplicity (read it complexity) to know the relation between the conservation of mass and energy, here's a deal. By the time you reach the end of this brief excerpt, all your...
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Understanding the Concept of Centrifugal Force Made Easy
What is centrifugal force? How can it be measured? What are its characteristics? Let's find the answers to these and many other questions regarding this particular concept of physics.
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Centripetal Force
What is centripetal force? How is it calculated? What are the various aspects of centripetal force? Find the answers to these questions along with a lot more, in the following article.
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Kinetic Molecular Theory
Kinetic molecular theory has been used to describe the properties of gases, and how particles interact with each other. Here is some information about the same.
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Constructive Interference
Interference of sound waves is an important characteristic which affects its amplitude. This articles talks about constructive interference of sound waves, in brief.
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How to Calibrate a Hygrometer
A hygrometer is a gage used to estimate the level of humidity inside the humidor, at a pressure less than 1 atm. There are different methods used to calibrate this gage; to know more, read on.
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Ohm's Law
Ohm's Law is known for its simplicity and usefulness in the field of electrical and electronic engineering. It applies to electric circuits and gives the relationship between three electrical quantities; current, voltage, and...
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Finite Element Method (FEM)
Finite Element Analysis or Finite Element Method (FEM) is a computer-based numerical method, for calculating the behavior and strength of engineering structures. It is also used to calculate deflection, vibration, buckling behavior...
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How Do You Find the Mass of an Object
Mass can be defined as the amount of matter in an object to which its weight is proportional, though it is not the same as weight, which is a different concept. Read on to know how to calculate the mass of an object.
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Phases of Matter
Typically, we are taught about the three states of matter; namely, solid, liquid, and gas. Some of us know of plasma as the fourth phase of matter. Are these the only phases of matter or are there more? How are they related to each...
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Angular Acceleration
Angular acceleration derivation
What is angular acceleration? How is it measured? Why is acceleration the most important parameter of motion theory? Read on to find out.
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Laser
The laser is an optical apparatus that is used to produce a coherent and monochromatic beam of light. Find out more about it in the following article.
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Types of Transfer Switches
A transfer switch switches the power supply form the main source to the secondary source during a power outage. These switches are of two basic types - manual and automatic. The following article provides information about these...
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Vacuum Tube Applications
This article includes information regarding the uses and applications of vacuum tubes. They find uses in a variety of electronic devices.
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How Does a Thermocouple Work?
A thermocouple is a device, which senses temperature by using two different metals joined at one end. This article will tell you more about the functioning, types, and uses of this device.
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Suspension System: Spring, Shock, and Other Components
The suspension system for a vehicle is an integration of various machine components designed and assembled in a manner to absorb all the shocks and vibrations. Here's more...
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Applications and Development of Superconductivity
High conductivity or zero resistance or superconductivity would ideally allow infinite current to pass through it. But at what cost? The hot topic of the 90's declined sharply after researchers from all over the world failed to...
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Why is Ice Slippery?
It is assumed that a smooth surface is slippery while a rough surface is not. However, this is not true with ice. Ice is slippery not due to its being smooth but because its melting point decreases when pressure increases.
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Why do Sharp Things Prick?
'Don't go near that...It's sharp'. All of us have heard it before. But what is about sharp things that we are scared of? 'It can cut and prick'. Sure, but why? A scientific explanation.
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Electrokinetics: Overview, History, and Theory
Electrokinetics is the study of chemical reactions and molecular motion that can result (or cause) from the division of material into parts with properties that can induce an electric current between those parts. Such studies...
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Stealth Technology: Planes Moving Unseen
With the advent of the radar in WW2, detection of planes and missiles became uncannily easy. How was one to avoid this type of electromagnetic detection? Motion in stealth means avoiding all conventional means of detection.
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Teleporting 3D by 2D Means
A fax machine for a 3D object! Making use of the same principle in 2D for 'teleportation' in 3D. What exactly is teleportation? Is it seen in our day-to-day life or is it a reality only in fictional stories of Star Trek? Is it some...
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What is the Higgs Boson?
While the sobriquet of 'God particle' is a media generated hyperbole at best, the Higgs Boson is indeed a crucial piece in the Standard Model puzzle, which aims to explain the structure of matter at its most fundamental scale. Now...
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Surface Tension Meaning and Practical Applications
Surface tension example
Surface tension is a physical phenomenon that we observe in our daily life. Raindrops take a spherical shape. 'tears of wine' are seen in a glass on pouring an alcoholic beverage in it, formation of spherical soap bubbles - all...
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Explanation and Applications of the Venturi Effect
Venturi effect example
Carburetors and paint guns function according to the Venturi effect. But, how does the Venturi effect work, do you wonder? Hang on, as Buzzle answers this question, along with explaining the applications of the Venturi effect.
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A Guide to Understand Projectile Motion with Real-life Examples
Projectile motion example
Physics is the branch of science that studies how the world around us behaves. Obviously, therefore, the best way to learn physics is using real-world examples. Here, we learn about an important concept in physics - projectile...
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A Brief Explanation of Coefficient of Restitution
Coefficient of restitution meaning
The coefficient of restitution is an important parameter pertaining to the collision of objects. Click here for a brief explanation regarding the same.
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Thermal Equilibrium
This term might sound heavy and mysterious to the layman, but thermal equilibrium is an important condition in thermodynamics. This concept has wide variety of applications in nature and the human body too.
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Is Teleportation Possible?
We all have, at some point or the other, come across people teleporting from one place to another for whatever reason. Mostly through Star Trek. Before you close your eyes and go "Beam me up, Scotty!", there are a few...
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What is Matter?
Quick, define "matter". You were probably wrong, unless you're taking a coffee break from your job at CERN. Matter is so much more than the stuff you can touch, and it actually gets very, very weird.
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Information About Laser Beam
The word 'laser' is an abbreviated form of the term Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser beam is nothing but electromagnetic radiation emitted from a laser. The main characteristic of a laser is emitting...
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What is a Plasma Ball and How Does it Work?
Fact about plasma ball
Plasma balls are a fun accessory to have in your room. Not only do they add an eerie beauty to the atmosphere, you can also use them to perform some pretty neat tricks. However, have you ever wondered how these amazing devices work...
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Voltmeter Vs. Ammeter
If you need to know the difference between a voltmeter and ammeter, you need not look any further. The comparison, that is presented here, will illuminate the major points of difference between these two electronic instruments.
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Does the Fourth Dimension of Time Exist?
Virgil quote on time
Time is the fourth dimension, other than the three dimensions of space. Time makes change possible or else we would be living in a static universe.
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Basics of Quantum Mechanics for Dummies
Quantum mechanics for beginners
Next time when a physics professor says that the probability of your position at any given time, in the whole universe, is never zero, don't think he has lost his marbles. This is where we can start with an explanation of the...
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Examples of Convection
Convection examples
Convection is one of the three modes of heat transfer; radiation and conduction being the other two. Convection is the movement of molecules within fluids (liquids or gases). Convective heat transfer is caused by molecular motion...
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How Does a Diode Work?
Working of a diode
Different diodes are used for different purposes. However, the basic working of a diode still remains the same. It is a p-n junction semiconductor, that allows current to flow only in one direction.
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How Does Light Travel
Light travels as an electromagnetic wave
Light is one of the most enigmatic of entities in the universe. You are not the first person to carefully reflect upon this question about light travel. From Galileo, Newton, to Einstein, every one of the great minds has thought...
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Newton's Laws of Motion
Newton's laws of motion
The branch of physics includes several fundamental concepts and theories, which have revolutionized the world since ancient times. Some of these concepts have been very crucial for the working of several modern scientific...
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What is Gyroscopic Effect?
Gyroscope fact
For an introduction to gyroscopes and an understanding of the gyroscopic effect and its applications, read this Buzzle article.
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Can a Penny Dropped From a Tall Building Kill You?
A penny dropped from a tall building cannot kill you
One of the more popular myths of recent times is that you can get killed by a penny dropped from the top of a tall building.
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Stunning Facts about the Large Hadron Collider
Facts about the Large Hadron Collider
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Here are some truly amazing facts about the largest and most powerful high-energy particle accelarator ever built.
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Things You Need to Know About Cryogenic Freezing
Cryogenic temperature fact
In the mysterious world of cryogenics, metals have no resistance, gases are liquids, and life can be preserved forever. In this Buzzle article, we shall explore this strange world, and find out how these low temperatures affect the...
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Properties and Examples of Ferromagnetic Materials
Example of ferromagnetic materials
Ferromagnetic materials are those substances which are strongly magnetized in the direction of the magnetic field when subjected to one. Examples of ferromagnetic materials include iron, nickel, cobalt, and rare earth materials.
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How to Calculate Area Under the Stress-Strain Graph
Calculate area under the stress-strain graph
The area under a stress-strain curve represents toughness of a material. We provide you with information that will help you find area under a stress-strain graph.
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Absolute Pressure Vs. Gauge Pressure
Comparison between absolute pressure and gauge pressure
Force applied per unit area of any surface is called pressure. Absolute pressure refers to the measurement of pressure at absolute zero, whereas gauge pressure refers to the measurement of pressure at atmospheric pressure.
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The Concept of Negative Energy in Physics Explained
Concept of negative energy in physics
Negative energy is a mysterious concept in the world of physics that appears to be more suited to the pages of a science fiction novel than in real life. In this Buzzle post, we verify the plausibility of its existence and look at...
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Difference Between Plastic and Elastic Deformation
Difference between plastic and elastic deformation
Deformation is a change in the shape of an object brought on by force or temperature. This Buzzle post tells you the difference between plastic and elastic deformation.
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The Peltier Effect Explained
Peltier effect explanation
The Peltier effect is an important phenomenon in the study of thermoelectric cooling and heating. For a better understanding, click here for a brief explanation of the Peltier effect.
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What Does Science Say About Perpetual Motion Machines?
Perpetual motion machines meaning
Perpetual motion machines, though nonexistent in reality, are those machines which are known to operate without any supply of energy. This Buzzle post sheds light on what a perpetual motion machine actually is, and why it is...
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Axial Load Explained with Diagram
Axial load diagram
A force can act on an object in various ways. One such force is axial load. This Buzzle post brings to you the definition of axial load, and also the formula for axial load calculation for better understanding.
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Capillary Action: Meaning and Examples
Capillary action example
Capillary action allows a liquid to rise upwards against the force of gravity. It is an important natural phenomenon on which is the functioning principle of several natural and artificial processes. In this Buzzle post, we shall...
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Emission Spectrum Vs. Absorption Spectrum
Difference between emission spectrum and absorption spectrum
The basic difference between emission and absorption spectrum is, as the name suggests, emission and absorption of light. Sounds simple? But there's more to it.
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Understanding the Mechanism of Plastic Deformation
Mechanism of plastic deformation
Have you ever wondered why some objects regain their shape on bending, while others don't? This is because of a theory called 'plastic deformation', which is described in this Buzzle post with the help of its definition and...
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Is There Any Explanation for the Brazil Nut Effect?
Brazil nut effect
Have you ever observed that the large grains in a bowl containing varied kinds of nuts rise at the surface of the mixture on shaking? It is termed as the Brazil nut effect. This Buzzle write-up helps you find out if there is any...
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James Chadwick's Atomic Theory Explained
Atomic theory by James Chadwick
Today, the concept of neutron and its function is common knowledge. Its existence was first hypothesized by Rutherford in 1920, and later proved by James Chadwick in 1932. This Buzzle post explains how the discovery came about and...
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Calculation of Young's Modulus with Examples
Calculation of Young's modulus
Young's modulus is the ratio of tensile stress to tensile strain. This Buzzle post explains how to calculate Young's modulus, and its relation to temperature changes and Hooke's Law.
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Laminar Flow Vs. Turbulent Flow
Difference between laminar flow and turbulent flow
Osborne Reynolds suggested that the nature of the flow of a fluid depends on its density, flow rate, the dimensions of the container through which it is flowing, and its viscosity. This deduction led to the classification of the...
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Explanation of Seebeck Effect with its Applications
Seebeck effect meaning
The Seebeck effect in conductors and semiconductors has been explained vividly to give the reader a complete understanding. Learn how this effect has been applied to generate power, develop thermal sensors, and some advanced areas...
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How Does the Density Triangle Work
Use of density triangle
The density triangle in physics is a handy memory tool used by students to memorize three different but interrelated formulae. In this Buzzle post, we show you how to use the density triangle to make your life in the world of...
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Simple Techniques to Make Non-Newtonian Fluids By Yourself
How to make non-newtonian fluids
The idea of teaching rheological properties in continuum mechanics might seem boring and tiresome to most teachers. Buzzle has got it sorted for you. Presenting an activity, to make oobleck, a non-Newtonian fluid with cornstarch...
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Calculation of Static Equilibrium with Examples
Calculation of static equilibrium
A body is said to be in equilibrium when its neither in a state of motion nor its state of energy changes over a period of time. An undisturbed object continues to remain in its state of equilibrium. Buzzle explains with examples...
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Brief Information About Non-Newtonian Fluids and Their Properties
Fact about non-Newtonian fluids
Named after the famous physicist and mathematician, Sir Isaac Newton, non-Newtonian fluids do not follow his observations made in his work classified as the Newtonian mechanics. Buzzle briefs you through the information on these...
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How Do Phase Converters Work?
Working of a phase converter
Do you know how factories and homes in isolated areas get supplied with high electric power at a lesser cost? This is due to a device called phase converter, which converts power from a single-phase source into a three-phase power....
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The Schrodinger's Cat Paradox Explained
The Schrodinger's cat paradox explained
Posed by Erwin Schrödinger, Schrödinger's Cat paradox is a key thought experiment that illustrates the quantum theory of superposition. This Buzzle post looks at one of the most famous illustrations of quantum theory.
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How does Sound Travel?
How sound travels
When sound waves travel through a medium, the particles of the medium vibrate. Vibrations reach the ear and then the brain which senses them and we recognize sound. Read on for an explanation of how sound travels.
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Types of Diodes
Various types of diodes are available which enable different kinds of applications to be met. Diodes for high current and voltage, for small signal applications, light emission and detection, as well as for giving variable...
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What is Horsepower?
HP, short for horsepower, can be defined as the amount of work completed in a unit or specified amount of time. This Buzzle article lists different types of horsepower.
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How Does the Foucault Pendulum Prove Earth's Rotation?
Foucault pendulum proves Earth's rotation
Can a pendulum that swings back and forth right here on the surface of Earth demonstrate and prove conclusively that the Earth rotates about its axis? Read this Buzzle post to find the answer.
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Difference Between Reflection, Refraction, and Diffraction With Diagrams
Difference between reflection, refraction, and diffraction
Many beautiful natural phenomenon such as the rainbows, twinkling stars, northern lights etc., occur due to reflective, refractive and diffractive properties of light. We find out what each of these properties implies and also...
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Lenticular Lenses: Working Principle and Its Advantages and Disadvantages
Uses of lenticular lenses
The lenticular lenses have been in use for a century now. Technology could help millions who need corrective lenses. The lenses are simple in principle, but used in complex applications.
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Hydrostatic Pressure Vs. Osmotic Pressure
Examples of hydrostatic pressure and osmotic pressure
The concepts of hydrostatic pressure and osmotic pressure can be quite confusing, and at times difficult to imagine and grasp. This piece illustrates and explains them in a simple manner, and provides a direct comparison between...
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Parabolic Mirror: Working, Principle, and Applications
Parabolic mirror principle
Parabolic mirrors are the practical application of the mathematical concept of a parabola to construct a reflective surface. One of the earliest forms of this type of mirror was the one used by Isaac Newton in the construction of...
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Difference Between Translucent, Transparent, and Opaque Materials
Difference between translucent, transparent, and opaque materials
Light transmission capacity varies from object to object. Transparent objects allow all the light to pass through them, translucent ones allow partial light to pass, whereas opaque ones allow no light to pass through. For a better...
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Branches of Physics
Branches of physics
Physics is the most fundamental of all sciences and therefore, its branches have evolved to understand every underlying aspect of the physical world. From particle physics to biophysics, the branches of this subject offer exciting...
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Wavelength of Visible Light Spectrum
Wavelength of visible light spectrum
We are capable of perceiving only a fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum. A quantitative analysis of the different wavelengths at which visible colors are perceived, is presented in this article.
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An Easy Guide to Understand Free Body Diagrams in Physics
drawing free body diagrams
Every macroscopic and microscopic body or object in the universe exerts different forces on the surroundings, as well as experiences the effect of various forces on it. It is possible to study such physical entities with the help...
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What is the Stress-Strain Curve and What is it Used For?
Stress-Strain curve for a ductile material
What does a stress-strain curve show? Plotting the stress-strain curve of a material gives us useful insights into its strength and ductility. This Buzzle post explains what a stress-strain curve actually is, and what all we can...
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List of Famous Physicists
Several gifted scientists, with their dedicated research, have made revolutionary discoveries in the field of Physics. In the following Buzzle article, a list of such physicists and their contribution to the world has been discussed.
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Archimedes' Principle of Flotation
You must have seen huge ships sail on sea, or a hot air balloon rise high up in the air. But have you ever wondered how? Well, the answer to this can be found in the Archimedes principle of flotation and that's exactly what this...
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Relation Between Metaphysics and Physics
There seems to be an eternal gray area between the realms of what physics can explain and what spirituality terms as logic. This land will always be dominated by the insatiable thirst for knowledge of how, or rather why, things are...
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Quantum Computing Explained
Quantum computing has been a speculative subject that was originally developed as just an idea. More commonly known as an area belonging to quantum mechanics, quantum computing is really a promising fusion of concepts from physics,...
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How Does a Laser Work
If you want to know how lasers work to produce monochromatic, coherent light, then this article has the answers for you. Read to know about the working of this versatile device, that has applications in every field of technology.
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Conduction, Convection, and Radiation - 3 Modes of Heat Transfer
Modes of heat transfer
As the name suggests, heat transfer is the travel of heat or thermal energy from one object or entity to another. This transfer takes place in three ways - conduction, convection, and radiation. This Buzzle post discusses the...
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Understanding Different Interpretations of Dynamic Equilibrium
Concept of dynamic equilibrium
The term 'equilibrium' denotes a state at which a system is balanced with no changes occurring internally and externally. However, "dynamic equilibrium" refers to the balanced nature of a system despite the continuously...
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What Does Breaking the Sound Barrier Mean?
Fact about breaking sound barrier
When an object moves faster than the speed of sound, the object is said to have broken the sound barrier. In this article, we will take a look at this phenomenon, and study its causes and effects closely.
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Examples of Boyle's Law in Various Fields
Example of Boyle's law - aerosol
Boyle's law is a very important gas law, which helps us closely understand the interrelation between the physical forces of pressure, volume, and temperature. In this article, we will look at a few examples of where this law comes...
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Explanation of the Tyndall Effect with Labeled Diagram
Concept of the Tyndall Effect
Light, on passing through a colloidal mixture, gets scattered by its particles. This effect is called the Tyndall effect. This Buzzle extract gives an insight into the definition of the Tyndall effect, and a detailed explanation,...
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What is the Difference Between Distance and Displacement?
Example showing difference between distance and displacement
Distance and displacement are two words which seem to have the same meaning. However, their in-depth definition differs from each other to a large extent. While displacement yields the shortest distance between two points, distance...
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How to Calculate Air Resistance
Tip to calculate air resistance
The resistance provided by air in the direction opposite to the direction of motion of an object that has some relative speed is known as 'air resistance'. Learn how to calculate air resistance with the help of this article.
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How to Find Volume With Water Displacement Method
Water displacement method Archimedes
Science teaches us to think out of the box. So while others may only use water for drinking and bathing, we shall learn how to use it to find the volume of an object.
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What is Flexural Strength and Why is it Important?
Buzzle introduces you to flexural strength and its importance in constructional mechanics and material science in this article. Read through to know more.
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What is Reynolds Number and What are its Applications?
Reynolds number application
Reynolds number plays an important role in the study of fluid mechanics. In this Buzzle article, we shall study about the significance of Reynolds number, and find out what it is used for.
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Air Suspension System
A suspension system in which air is the working fluid as well as the shock absorber is called air suspension system. The detection of causes and solutions for the problems with the linked system are discussed here.
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What are the Different Colors of Noise
Colors are not just about what you see around you or what you paint. It is something that creates an activity or provokes a reaction. And if you happen to study physics of sound, you might be stunned to know that sounds and colors...
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Basics of Semiconductors
Semiconductor devices are electronic components that are used in many devices such as computers, mobile phones, etc., which we use in our daily life. Its applications are vast especially in power consumption devices. Scroll down to...
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How to Find the Density of an Object
If you are looking for guidelines on finding the density of an object from the knowledge of its total volume and mass, this article will be an insightful read. Here I shall present the density calculation formula and illustrate its...
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Torque Equation
Torque is basically a force that tends to cause a rotation. This article includes all the information related to it, along with the basic torque equation.
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Radial Acceleration
This article gives you important details of radial acceleration, which is one of the two components of angular acceleration, which helps in keeping an object in a circular motion.
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Facts about Sound Waves for Kids
Here is an article on facts about sound waves for kids that is entirely based on exciting facts and concepts about what these waves actually are. So, stick on to it and enjoy your reading till the end.
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What is Plasma?
The word plasma has significant importance in both physics and biology, though the term in physics is derived from the term in biology. Here, we shall try to shed some light on plasma, and how the one in biology differs from the...
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Curie Temperature
Curie temperature or Curie point is the temperature at which a magnetic material tends to lose its permanent magnetism. Let us take a look at the topic in detail.
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Working of a Fusible Plug
One of the most important safety measures to prevent any mishap in the working of mechanical appliances is what is known as the fusible plug. More on this subject follows...
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What is Ionization Potential
How is ionization potential defined? Why does it affect the reactivity of any atom? Read to find the answers.
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What is Refractive Index?
Refractive index or index of refraction is the ratio of speed of light in vacuum to its speed in a particular substance under consideration. The concept was invented in the year 1621, and is used in fiber optics, diamond industry,...
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Physical Properties of Matter
As everyone knows, matter is "anything that has mass and occupies space". Now, let's learn more about the physical properties of matter, its existence in various phases, and the different states of it.
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How to Solve Thermodynamics Problems
If you are looking for some tips on solving thermodynamics problems, this article may help you out.
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Difference Between Mass and Weight
Many students are confused about the difference between mass and weight. You need to know the difference to classify the properties of matter in an object. This article will help you accordingly.
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What is Brake Horsepower (BHP)?
Brake horsepower is the unit used for the calculation of an engine's capacity of doing work. Buzzle tells you more...
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What is Bose-Einstein Condensate
Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC) theory is named after its theorists, Satyendra Nath Bose and Albert Einstein. It is the effect of super cool temperatures on the state of matter. When the temperature goes a few billionth of a degree...
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Boyle's Law Explained
Boyle's Law provides an important formula to calculate the effect of changing pressure on the volume of a gas, and vice versa. It was put forward by a physicist Robert Boyle in the 17th century, and has proved very beneficial for...
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Water with Memory? Unbelievable Becomes Believable
In 1988, Dr. Jacques Benveniste published a paper in nature regarding the memory retention properties of water. This soon became a scientific controversy as the experiment by which Dr. Jacques Benveniste's group came to the...
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Water Pressure: Do Ships Stop Sinking?
Water pressure, being such a tremendous force, should be able to stop ships from sinking to the bottom of the ocean, and leave them in an equilibrium state where they are balanced by equal pressures from all sides. Is it really...
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String Theory - featuring Bugs Funny and Chaffy Duck
An overview of the String Theory - the proposed Theory of Everything. Read on for an interesting take on this theory of everything.
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Warm Water Vibrates for Longer
Dutch researcher Arjan Lock has investigated the behavior of vibrating water molecules. Using ultra-short laser pulses, he has found that hydrogen atoms in water molecules vibrate for a longer period of time at higher temperatures,...
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Bottomless Pit and Speed-less Sound! What If?
A description about what if a bottomless pit existed... where would it practically exist? What if the speed of sound currently at 340m/s suddenly decreases to 340mm/s?
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