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Have you experienced a jerk or shock when you touched any other person? How did you feel and what might be the cause for the jerk?
Science has developed in the recent past and has brought a great change in our living.Like every area has got its pros and cons with it, the development in science has got both positive and negative impact on people.Such a technology in the present day development is the Escalator.
Basically, the pattern of this calculation is a part of the Physics analysis theory in terms, but it is applied for the pattern of Mathematically calculations, and then this also used in order to determine and detecting the distance of "FLASH OF LIGHTING" in the position where we are.
As the world slowly shifts to a better form of harvesting energy, more and more people are starting to research about residential solar power in Ontario. Though we know that solar power is a good source of renewable energy, few understand why it’s really an advantage to have a solar...
It's a piece about how magnets came about and how to make one, a subject I have been attracted to for years.
Magnetically levitated (MAGLEV) trains eliminate the friction between the rail and the train, to obtain greater speeds. In fact the train does not touch the track at all!
Electricity is produced in different ways from different sources.
An electric arc flash emits dangerous level of pressure waves, sound waves, molten metal and shrapnel that could possibly result in several hazards that could devastating in nature.
Lightening and thunder must have been among the first things about nature that mystified and frightened primitive man. When he saw the jagged tones of lightening in the sky and heard the claps and rumbles of thunder, he believed the gods were angry and that the lightening and thunder ...
Static electricity is something that we've all come across, whether putting on a freshly tumbled jumper, or skidding across the carpet, but it can be fun for science too! There are quite a few experiments out there to try and to also learn from. Firstly though, it's good to know what ...
Michael Faraday changed the way we think of electricity and its possible applications. This biography looks at the man behind the reputation.
The mixed-signal circuits are circuits that contain both the analog as well as the digital circuit. The examples of this circuit are the timers, comparator, PLLs, ADCs and DACs. Mixed-signal circuits are mostly used in the circuitry of radio and modern communication.
Further, the telegraph technology was developed in the way of sending by air and receiving by air. This process is done through sending electric signals to the receiver’s end through the wires. A sounder is used to be able to convert received signals to sound.
Years had passed since then when William Shockley, Walter Brattain and John Bardeen developed the transistor, replacing the vacuum tubes that were used in the telephone networks.
Electricity can also be produced through chemical reactions. The process happens between the metals and the chemicals wherein the chemicals release more electrons to one metal and less on the other.
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