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3232In the process of electrolysis, the amount of substance liberated at an electrode is directly proportional to the total flowing charge. This law is
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]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/in-the-process-of-electrolysis-the-amount-of-substance-liberated-at-an-electrode-is-directly-proportional-to-the-total-flowing-charge-this-law-is/feed/0If there is no change in the physical condition of a conductor such as temperature etc., then the potential difference applied at the ends of the conductor is directly proportional to the current flowing through it. This law is
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]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/if-there-is-no-change-in-the-physical-condition-of-a-conductor-such-as-temperature-etc-then-the-potential-difference-applied-at-the-ends-of-the-conductor-is-directly-proportional-to-the-current-flow/feed/0Faraday’s law is related to
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https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/faradays-law-is-related-to/#respondMon, 22 Jul 2024 03:26:56 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=355145Faraday’s law is related to electrolysis. This law describes the quantitative aspects of how electric charge interacts with electrolytes to cause chemical reactions at the electrodes, leading to the liberation or deposition of substances. Faraday’s laws are foundational in understanding electrochemical processes.
]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/faradays-law-is-related-to/feed/0The potential difference between the ends of a conductor is proportional to the current flowing in it. This law is
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https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/the-potential-difference-between-the-ends-of-a-conductor-is-proportional-to-the-current-flowing-in-it-this-law-is/#commentsThu, 18 Jul 2024 09:29:55 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=354201The potential difference between the ends of a conductor is proportional to the current flowing through it. This relationship is defined by Ohm’s law, which states that the voltage across a conductor (potential difference) is directly proportional to the current passing through it, given a constant resistance.
]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/the-potential-difference-between-the-ends-of-a-conductor-is-proportional-to-the-current-flowing-in-it-this-law-is/feed/1Hooke’s principle is related to which of the following?
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https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/hookes-principle-is-related-to-which-of-the-following/#commentsFri, 10 May 2024 08:35:36 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=331117Hooke’s principle is related to elasticity. It states that the force needed to extend or compress a spring by some distance is proportional to that distance. This principle is fundamental in understanding the behavior of elastic materials under deformation and is widely used in engineering and physics applications.
]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/hookes-principle-is-related-to-which-of-the-following/feed/1The mass of a particle is m and momentum is p. Its kinetic energy will be
https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/the-mass-of-a-particle-is-m-and-momentum-is-p-its-kinetic-energy-will-be/
https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/the-mass-of-a-particle-is-m-and-momentum-is-p-its-kinetic-energy-will-be/#commentsFri, 10 May 2024 08:35:28 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=331115The kinetic energy of a particle is given by the formula K = p²/2m, where p represents momentum and m represents mass. This formula describes the relationship between momentum, mass, and kinetic energy for a particle in motion.
]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/the-mass-of-a-particle-is-m-and-momentum-is-p-its-kinetic-energy-will-be/feed/1When the pendulum is taken to the moon, its time period
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https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/when-the-pendulum-is-taken-to-the-moon-its-time-period/#commentsFri, 10 May 2024 08:35:21 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=331113When a pendulum is taken to the moon, its time period increases. This is because the acceleration due to gravity on the moon is weaker than on Earth. As a result, the pendulum swings slower, leading to a longer time period.
]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/when-the-pendulum-is-taken-to-the-moon-its-time-period/feed/1If the length of the pendulum is quadrupled, then the time of swing of the pendulum is
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https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/if-the-length-of-the-pendulum-is-quadrupled-then-the-time-of-swing-of-the-pendulum-is/#commentsFri, 10 May 2024 08:35:10 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=331111When the length of a pendulum is quadrupled, its time of swing increases proportionally. Therefore, the correct answer is option [D]: it becomes four times. This relationship is described by the formula T = 2π√(L/g), where T is the time period, L is the length of the pendulum, and g is the acceleration due to gravity.
]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/if-the-length-of-the-pendulum-is-quadrupled-then-the-time-of-swing-of-the-pendulum-is/feed/1If the length of a simple pendulum is increased by 4%, then its time period will
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https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/if-the-length-of-a-simple-pendulum-is-increased-by-4-then-its-time-period-will/#commentsFri, 10 May 2024 08:35:03 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=331109If the length of a simple pendulum is increased by 4%, its time period will increase by approximately 2%. This relationship arises because the time period of a pendulum is directly proportional to the square root of its length. Therefore, a 4% increase in length results in roughly a 2% increase in the time period.
]]>https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/if-the-length-of-a-simple-pendulum-is-increased-by-4-then-its-time-period-will/feed/1Why do pendulum clocks become slow in summer?
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https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/question/why-do-pendulum-clocks-become-slow-in-summer/#commentsFri, 10 May 2024 08:34:56 +0000https://discussion.tiwariacademy.com/?post_type=question&p=331107Pendulum clocks become slow in summer because the length of the pendulum increases due to thermal expansion, causing the time taken for one oscillation to increase. This change in length affects the clock’s timing mechanism, resulting in slower timekeeping during warmer temperatures.
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