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Inverse Trigonometric Functions (part 2)

Dec 21, 2012
we shall prove some important properties of inverse trigonometric functions. It may be mentioned here that these results are valid within the principal value branches of the corresponding inverse trigonometric functions and wherever they are defined. Some results may not be valid for all values of the domains of inverse trigonometric functions. In fact, they will be valid only for some values of x for which inverse trigonometric functions are defined

Solutions (part 1)

Dec 21, 2012
Solutions are homogeneous mixtures of two or more than two components. By homogenous mixture we mean that its composition and properties are uniform throughout the mixture. Generally, the component that is present in the largest quantity is known as solvent. Solvent determines the physical state in which solution exists. One or more components present in the solution other than solvent are called solutes

Solutions (part 2)

Dec 21, 2012
By homogenous mixture we mean that its composition and properties are uniform throughout the mixture. Generally, the component that is present in the largest quantity is known as solvent. Solvent determines the physical state in which solution exists. One or more components present in the solution other than solvent are called solutes

Electrostatic potential and capacitance (part 2)

Dec 21, 2012
Coulomb force between two (stationary) charges, like the gravitational force, is also a conservative force. This is not surprising, since both have inverse-square dependence on distance and differ mainly in the proportionality constants – the masses in the gravitational law are replaced by charges in Coulomb’s law. Thus, like the potential energy of a mass in a gravitational field, we can define electrostatic potential energy of a charge in an electrostatic field.

Electrostatic potential and capacitance (part 1)

Dec 21, 2012
Coulomb force between two (stationary) charges, like the gravitational force, is also a conservative force. This is not surprising, since both have inverse-square dependence on distance and differ mainly in the proportionality constants – the masses in the gravitational law are replaced by charges in Coulomb’s law. Thus, like the potential energy of a mass in a gravitational field, we can define electrostatic potential energy of a charge in an electrostatic field.Coulomb force between two (stationary) charges, like the gravitational force, is also a conservative force. This is not surprising, since both have inverse-square dependence on distance and differ mainly in the proportionality constants – the masses in the gravitational law are replaced by charges in Coulomb’s law. Thus, like the potential energy of a mass in a gravitational field, we can define electrostatic potential energy of a charge in an electrostatic field.

Reproduction in Organisms (part 1)

Dec 20, 2012
There is a need for a medium through which the male gametes move. In several simple plants like algae, bryophytes and pteridophytes, water is the medium through which this gamete transfer takes place. A large number of the male gametes, however, fail to reach the female gametes. To compensate this loss of male gametes during transport, the number of male gametes produced is several thousand times the number of female gametes produced.

Reproduction in Organisms(part 2)

Dec 20, 2012
There is a large diversity in the biological world and each organism has evolved its own mechanism to multiply and produce offspring. The organism’s habitat, its internal physiology and several other factors are collectively responsible for how it reproduces. Based on whether there is participation of one organism or two in the process of reproduction, it is of two types. When offspring is produced by a single parent with or without the involvement of gamete formation, the reproduction is asexual. When two parents (opposite sex) participate in the reproductive process and also involve fusion of male and female gametes, it is called sexual reproduction.

The Solid State (part 1)

Dec 20, 2012
In this Unit, we shall discuss different possible arrangements of particles resulting in several types of structures. The correlation between the nature of interactions within the constituent particles and several properties of solids will also be explored. How these properties get modified due to the structural imperfections or by the presence of impurities in minute amounts would also be discussed.

The Solid State(part 2)

Dec 20, 2012
In this Unit, we shall discuss different possible arrangements of particles resulting in several types of structures. The correlation between the nature of interactions within the constituent particles and several properties of solids will also be explored. How these properties get modified due to the structural imperfections or by the presence of impurities in minute amounts would also be discussed.

Electric charges and fields(part 2)

Dec 20, 2012
This came to know that it is important to have a clear cut atomic picture about matter. We know that the basic unit of all matter is an 'atom'. The small central core part called nucleus which accounts to most of its mass consisting of positively charged protons and neutral neutrons and the lighter negatively charged electrons revolves around the nucleus.

Electric charges and fields(part 1)

Dec 20, 2012
Have you ever thought that why a spark or a crackle is produced when we take off our synthetic clothes or sweater, particularly in dry weather?Lightning that we see in the sky during thunderstorms is same type of phenomenaHave you ever tried to find any explanation for this phenomenon?The reason for these experiences is discharge of electric charges through our body, which were accumulated due to rubbing of insulating surfaces. In this video you will find answer of this entire phenomenon.

Relations and Functions(part 2)

Dec 20, 2012
Click your minds memory button to recall that the notion of the terms relations and functions, domain, co-domain and range which have been introduced in your previous class along with different types of specific real valued functions and their graphs.

Relations and Functions (part 1)

Dec 20, 2012
Click your minds memory button to recall that the notion of the terms relations and functions, domain, co-domain and range which have been introduced in your previous class along with different types of specific real valued functions and their graphs.

How Alkanes are Prepared By Reduction Method

Dec 12, 2012
By this method corresponding alkanes are obtained.Before going to the reaction , let us have a look on some important reducing agents Preparation of Alkanes

How to study and what to study in the topic ‘Reaction Mechanism’ Videos

Dec 4, 2012
The detailed processes by which chemical substances are transformed into other substances while a chemical reaction takes place.

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