Questions received via “Ask a Question” section

How to make a radio? Asked Amritansh prasad   How many time constant will be elapsed before the power delivered to the battery drops to half of its maximum value? Asked Mrityunjoy   Nucleus of an atom consists of neutral neutrons and positively charged protrons... then why do protons not attract neutrons and share charges with them? … Continue reading Questions received via “Ask a Question” section

Collection of Problems received from Class 12 Physics

These problems were posted by Geena. Hope that we will be able to post the answers to these questions soon; each in a separate post. By the time visitors can attempt to post their answers as comments to this post. (Only selected posts will be published)   Please note that the answers are not published until the [...]

Why protons attract inside a nucleus?

What is the reason for proton- proton attraction inside the nucleus according to nuclear physics? (Sanjeev Asked) Answer: Inside the nucleus where the nucleons are very close to each other, the force which holds them together is the nuclear force, which is the strongest force in nature. The electrostatic force between protons is negligibly small … Continue reading Why protons attract inside a nucleus?

How atoms are formed? – Neeraj Asks

Neeraj asks: ”We have read that atoms can neither been created nor been destroyed!I want to know from where atoms came in existence,if they can not been created,also atom contain electron and proton which are negatively and positively charged,i want to know from where these charge came?”   Your question will be answered soon Link to this post!

How atoms are formed? – Neeraj Asks

Neeraj asks: ”We have read that atoms can neither been created nor been destroyed!I want to know from where atoms came in existence,if they can not been created,also atom contain electron and proton which are negatively and positively charged,i want to know from where these charge came?”   Your question will be answered soon Link to this post!

How does the proton get its spin?

At a meeting this week of the American Physical Society in Washington, MIT Associate Professor of Physics Bernd Surrow reported on new results from the STAR experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) that provide a better understanding of the internal structure of the proton, the basic building block of all nuclei. The world’s … Continue reading How does the proton get its spin?