Most of the world we know of today is thanks to people who came before us and who studied the world and made us understand it. Our world would definitely be a different place were it not for the discoveries made by these great scientists. A lot of their discoveries, inventions and ideas are inspirations … Continue reading “Top 5 Scientists Who Are an Inspiration to Kids”
Seik et al. took a tungsten diselenide (WSe2) surface and then exposed it to the ultrafast light pulse. The electron emission was different at times. This happened because of the centrifugal barrier (repulsive force) that is related to the electron angular momentum. The observed results were- Ø Electrons having lower angular momentum gets released or … Continue reading “PHOTOEMISSION TO BE SLOWED DOWN BY ANGULAR MOMENTUM”
In the field of physics, space-time gives us a mathematical model that consists of a three-dimensional figure of space and one dimension of time into one 4-dimensional continuum.
The theory of special relativity states that one dimension of time and three dimensions of space are interwoven together as one. Space-time is considered to be one single unit. The said unity between the space and time poses a question of the possibility of time travelling.
Marian Diamond was a neuroscientist who paid a major contribution in studying the brain of Albert Einstein.
This law is also known as the photochemical equivalence law or also photo equivalence law. Between 1908 and 1913, Johannes Stark and the physicist, Albert Einstein independently formulated the Stark Einstein law.
A huge star found near the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy once again goes on to prove how correct Einstein was in making assumptions about the gravity.
Dark matter is a hypothetical type of matter distinct from baryonic matter (ordinary matter such as protons and neutrons), neutrinos and dark energy.
Albert Einstein, in his theory of special relativity, determined that the laws of physics are the same for all non-accelerating observers, and he showed that the speed of light within a vacuum is the same no matter the speed at which an observer travels.
The acceleration of an object produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force and in the same direction as the net force
Most of us are familiar with Newton’s Laws of Motion. Most of us also know that these laws, as also gravity, were discovered by Sir Isaac Newton, the seventeenth century scientist. But, hardly anyone knows that Newton also discovered the nature of light. He discovered that white light is in fact made up of a … Continue reading “Know Your Scientist- Sir Isaac Newton”