## Amazing!! Remembering Pascal’s Law Can Be Used In Our Daily Life! Try This Easy Experiment In Just Few Steps!

Hydraulics is used in many applications we see or use every day. The brakes in an automobile or the lift on the bucket of a tractor are two very common applications. We can experiment with simple hydraulics using plastic syringes for cylinders and small plastic tubing for the hydraulic hose. One definition I read for … Continue reading “Amazing!! Remembering Pascal’s Law Can Be Used In Our Daily Life! Try This Easy Experiment In Just Few Steps!”

## Pascal law – How a Syringe Hydraulic Arm Works?

In this video, you’ll see how a crane lifts heavy materials very quickly. The while model is based on the concept of Pascal’s law, i.e. the amount of pressure applied at one point of the fluid is the same at the other end of the fluid. Multiple syringes are connected containing fluid in it, which … Continue reading “Pascal law – How a Syringe Hydraulic Arm Works?”

## WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY ARCHIMEDES’ PRINCIPLE?

As understood by the name itself, Archimedes’ principle was discovered by an ancient Greek mathematician who was also an inventor named Archimedes. He called Archimedes’ principle as a physical law of buoyancy.

## LE CHATELIER’S PRINCIPLE – EXPLAINATION WITH EXAMPLES

In the field of chemistry, Le Chatelier’s principle is also known as the Equilibrium Law. It is helpful in predicting the effect of a change in conditions on the chemical equilibrium. This principle was named after Henry Louis Le Chatelier and Karl Ferdinand Braun.

## Pressure and Its Types

In basic terms, pressure is defined as force per unit area. Given the force, the smaller the area, the more is the pressure applied, and vice versa.

## KINETIC THEORY OF GASES: THE SCIENCE BEHIND BEHAVIOR OF GASES

Have you ever thought what causes the temperature change? What does air pressure mean or why it happens? Why do two gases diffuse very fast into each other? It’s because of the kinetic energy of the molecules present in gases.

## IMPORTANT MEASUREMENTS

IMPORTANT UNITS OF MEASUREMENTS density, electric charge, electric current, force, frequency, length, mass, measurements, power, pressure, speed, stress, temperature, time, velocity.

## Interconversion Between The States of Matter

All matter can move from one state to another. This is known as interconversion of the states of matter.