CBSE Class VII chapter language of chemistry is the first chapter a foundation stone for students of chemistry. 10 questions , all multiple choice have been selected for testing your knowledge and enhancing too !
MCQ or Multiple choice questions on chemical effects of electricity is for class VIII students of CBSE board. It must be noted that the world today is based in power of electricity and uses various effects of electricity. Electricity is a very powerful source of energy and can easily transform into another form of energy , which is then easily can be transmitted to various [...]
Sun is the biggest source of energy , however, a number of sources of energy have been discovered and invented by human beings .An energy source is a system which makes energy in a certain way, for instance a hydro-electric station. A hydro-electric station uses the current of the river for the making of electricity.Nuclear energy,wind [...]
The subject of friction is an important one as many an invention is based on the fundmental principle of friction . The science of Friction is part of physics. Friction opposes the relative motion between two surfaces in contact. The force of friction is greater if a rough surface is involved, as the number of [...]
Heat is energy transferred from one body, region, or thermodynamic system to another due to conduction or thermal radiation It is often described as one of the fundamental processes of energy transfer between physical entities.All substance releases heat -some more some less.
Heat is energy transferred from one body, region, or thermodynamic system to another due to conduction or thermal radiation It is often described as one of the fundamental processes of energy transfer between physical entities.All substance releases heat -some more some less.Sun emits enormous amount of heat eanergy. photo by: Helga’s Lobster Stew
Babur founded The Mughal dynasty by defeating Ibrahim Shah Lodhi, the ruler of Delhi, at the First Battle of Panipat in 1526. The greatest portions of Mughal expansion was accomplished during the reign of Akbar (1556– 1605). The empire was maintained as the dominant force of the present-day Indian subcontinent for a hundred years further by his successors Jahangir, Shah Jahan, [...]
The period of Mughal - From Jahangir , Shah Jahan Aurenzeb was the time when the Mughal Dynasty consolidated the enpire pan India. This set is fourth set of ten questions on Mughals. The Mughal dynasty set its foot in India with Mughal Emperor Babur who first captured Punjab and then Delhi which was ruled at that time by Ibrahim Lodhi. Babur [...]
The respiratory system is an important characterstics of living organism.In humans and other mammals, the anatomical features of the respiratory system include airways, lungs, and the respiratory muscles. All living organism respire to get energy from food.This is important for running the body system because each cell of an organism performs certain functions such as nutrition, transport, excretion and reproduction. 10 [...]