## Stokes Law

Stokes Law gives the relation between the velocity and frictional force acting on a spherical body moving in a viscous fluid. This law also gives the settling or terminal velocities …

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## Stokes Law

## Taxonomic Hierarchy

## Fundamental Principle of Counting

## Gattermann Reaction

## Sandmeyer Reaction

## Cathode Ray Experiment

## Complex Number

## Parallel and Perpendicular Axis Theorems

## Binomial Theorem

## Kepler’s Laws Of Planetary Motion

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Stokes Law gives the relation between the velocity and frictional force acting on a spherical body moving in a viscous fluid. This law also gives the settling or terminal velocities …

In biological classification, Taxonomic hierarchy is the process of arranging various organisms into successive levels of the biological classification from kingdom to species and vice versa. Each level of this …

In combinatorics, the rule of product or multiplication principle is a basic counting principle, which here we know as the Fundamental Principle of Counting. It is a rule which we …

The Gattermann reaction is as an organic chemical reaction in which Aromatic compounds are formylated by a mixture of hydrogen cyanide and hydrochloric acid(HCL) in the presence of a Lewis …

Sandmeyer Reaction is basically a substitution reaction, which is widely used to synthesize aryl halides from aryl diazonium salts. To be specific, this reaction is a type of Radical-nucleophilic aromatic …

Cathode Ray Experiment or also commonly known as J.J. Thomson’s experiment is one of the important experiments in particle physics. Electrons which are one of the fundamental particles were discovered …

A complex number is a number that can be expressed in the form of (a+ib), where a & b are real numbers and ‘i’ is an imaginary unit i.e. i …

The parallel and perpendicular axis theorems are used to find the moment of inertia of a rigid body about different axes that pass through the center of mass of the …

Binomial theorem (or Binomial Expansion) gives us a way for finding any power of a binomial without multiplying at length. History 1. Special cases of the binomial theorem were known …

Kepler’s laws of planetary motion, are the laws that describe the motions of the planets in the solar system. These laws were derived by Johannes Kepler, a German astronomer, in …