Difference between natural and artificial magnets?

magnetism tnpsc

Natural Magnets Artificial Magnets These are found naturally and they are irregular in shape. These are made by man which is a definite shape based on the usage. The strength of the magnet is natural and it is difficult to change.  Artificial Magnet is made with specific strength as required.  Natural Magnets are long-lasting, i.e … Read more

Heat and Temperature Physics Tnpsc

heat - tnpsc

Heat and Temperature physics: Introduction This article is written for the Tnpsc exam for the topic ‘Heat’, in General studies. Science part (Physics). This note is for quick revision purpose only, kindly refer to Samacheer Kalvi Book. The measurement of warmness(hotness) or coldness of a substance or object is called its temperature. Temperature is also … Read more

Elements and compounds Tnpsc notes

Elements and Compound for Tnpsc exams

Elements and Compounds in Chemistry Types of Pure Substances For a normal person, a pure substance means it is free from adulteration. Even Milk, Air, Water, etc. are not pure. In some cases, there are pure substances or single substances such as distilled water, sugar, baking soda, etc. Also Copper used for making electric wire … Read more

Construction and working of Laser Tnpsc

Laser This article is compiled for the topic “ Laser” in General Studies Tnpsc. This note is compiled from Samacheer Kalvi Book. This note is for revision only. Kindly refer to the Original Samacheer Kalvi book for more clarity. Laser meaning or laser full form is light amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation. The … Read more

Sound Tnpsc Notes

This article is written for the Tnpsc exam for the topic ‘Sound’, in General studies. Science part (Physics). This note is for quick revision purposes only, Kindly refer to Samacheer Kalvi Book. What is sound in physics? Sound is a type of energy that creates a sensation in our ears. Sound in physics is the … Read more

Nuclear physics basics and Nuclear technology Upsc

Nuclear Physics tnpsc

Basics of Nuclear Science In 1803, John Dalton considered elements are made of identical atoms. J. J. Thomson discovered electrons, also called Cathode rays in an experiment. Goldstein found positive rays. We name these positive rays Protons, by Rutherford. James Chadwick in 1932 discovered the chargeless particles called Neutrons. Currently, there are other particles found … Read more

Nature of Universe Tnspc notes

Earth and Universe, Nature of Universe - Solar System

The universe is all of space and time and its contents. The universe consists of all of existence, fundamental interaction, physical processes, and all forms of energy and matter and the structures they form, from the sub-atomic particles to entire galaxies. Three most basic types of Universe are and is concerning three possible shapes, that … Read more

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