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Thermodynamics: A Relationships Between Heat and Other Forms of Energy (Part 2)

Units of work Whenever a new quantity is introduced in physics, the standard metric units associated with that quantity are discussed. In the case of work (and also energy), the standard metric unit is the Joule (abbreviated J). One Joule is equivalent to one Newton of force causing a displacement of one meter. …

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Thermodynamics: A Relationships Between Heat and Other Forms of Energy (Part 1)

The study of the flow of warmth or the other sort of energy into or out of a system because it undergoes a physical or chemical transformation, is named Thermodynamics. In other word relationship between heat, work, temperature, and energy. In broad terms, thermodynamics deals with the transfer of energy from one place to a different and from one form to a …

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Hydrangea: A Natural pH Indicator & Wonder of Colors

Hydrangea is one of the world’s most popular ornamental flowers that conceals a bouquet of biological and biochemical surprises. The iconic “snowball” shaped blooms of Hydrangea macrophylla show magical color variation from soil to soil. In this article, incredibly interesting facts about the natural pH indication and color variation of …

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Basic guidelines for higher studies

The post is copied from facebook group “NexTop USA”, writer – Shamim sharif There are some basic guidelines which is important to know. Some of they are : ১. বেশিরভাগ ভার্সিটিতে টোয়েফল এর মিনিমাম স্কোর ৮০। IELTS এর মিনিমাম স্কোর ৬.৫। মনে রাখা উচিৎ, এগুলো মিনিমাম রিকুয়ার্মেন্ট। কম্পিটিটিভ ফান্ড পাওয়ার …

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CRISPR Cas9: Plant Breeding is now at the Speed of Light

Introduction Plant breeding has been practised for thousands of years, since the rudiments of human civilization. It is now discussed worldwide by government institutions. Plant breeding is the purposeful manipulation of plant science in order to create desired genotypes and phenotypes for quest. This manipulation involves either controlled pollination, genetic …

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