12 Important Real Life Examples of Radiation
Physics

12 Important Real-Life Examples of Radiation

In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at the important Real-Life Examples of Radiation. What is Radiation? Radiation is the emission and propagation of energy. It is not necessary, however, that radiation will be emitted only by radioactive materials. Radiation includes all forms of energy. It has been a part of the environment since time immemorial. No matter what we do or where we go, we cannot escape this form of energy. We are surrounded by many radioactive materials like floors, walls, and ceilings in our homes…

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Newtons Laws of Motion and its applications in real life
Physics

Newton’s Laws of Motion and its Applications in Real Life

Sir Isaac Newton made many contributions to mathematics and physics. He developed the theory of gravitation in 1666 when he was only 23 years old. In 1686, he presented his three laws of motion in “Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis”. Newton revolutionized science by developing his three laws of motion. Newton’s laws along with Kepler’s laws explained why planets move in elliptical orbits instead of circles. Let us discuss ‘Newton’s Laws of Motion and its applications in Real Life’ in detail: Newton’s First Law of Motion: Newton’s first law is known…

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10 Simple Examples of Physics in Daily Life
Physics

10 Simple Examples of Physics in Daily Life

On this “Living Planet” or Earth, many interesting events happen constantly. These events are happening all around us, which we see or do, or feel on a regular basis. At some point, your curiosity will prompt you to ask questions about what is going on. How is it, and how does it happen? Barring miracles, the answer to all these questions is “physics.” Indeed, physics governs our daily lives in one way or another. Let’s look at 10 examples of physics in daily life: (1) Headphones or Earphones We often…

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