Study Material

Instructional material, also known as teaching/learning materials, are any collection of materials including animate and inanimate objects and human and non-human resources that a teacher may use in teaching and learning situations to help achieve desired learning objectives.

  • Volumetric flow

    We explain what volumetric flow is, how to calculate it and the factors that affect it. What is volumetric flow…

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  • Albert Einstein

    Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955), a German physicist of Jewish origin, was one of the greatest scientists of all time.…

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  • Cohesive forces (Cohesion force)

    What are Cohesive forces? The  cohesive forces  are intermolecular forces of attraction that hold them together with other molecules. Depending on the intensity of…

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  • Electric field flux

    What is electric field flux? The flow of electric field or electric flux is simply proportional to the number scalar quantity of…

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  • What is paramagnetism?

    We explain what paramagnetism is, its characteristics, applications and we give several examples. what is paramagnetism What is paramagnetism? what…

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  • Learning Sciences & Human Development

    Dog Obedience Trainer/Instructor Animal and Forest Conservation Technician Veterinary Technician. Islandwood Option. The growing importance of Online Learning. This Graduate…

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  • Principle of transmittance of forces

    We explain what the principle of transmissibility is, with examples and solved exercises What is the principle of transmissibility? The principle…

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  • Isomerism

    What is isomerism? Isomerism is a chemical phenomenon characterized in that molecules with the same number of atoms have different…

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  • Direct current

    The direct current (DC) is the flow of charged particles in one direction, usually within a conductor or other means. These…

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  • What is elliptical motion?

    In elliptical motion the mobile describes an ellipse, just as the planets do around the Sun , and the Moon…

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