## JEE advanced preparation : Motivation

Motivation for JEE advanced preparation: Approximately 12-15 lakhs pupils took JEE Mains annually to the 1000 chairs in IITs and just approximately 2 lakhs students become chosen to appear in JEE Advanced. The aforementioned amounts of the emerging students clarify the difficult competition to get entry in the IITs. From the travel to get in the IIT, there are many

This article will help you in JEE advanced preparation for Radioactivity. Nucleid Table   A nuclide table is a graphic representation of all known nuclides, whether natural or artificial, stable or radioactive. All the nuclides were grouped in tables that are the representation on a Cartesian axis of Z = f (N). Thus, each pair of Z-N values uniquely represents

## JEE advanced important topics : Molarity, Molality and Normality

In this post I will talk about JEE advanced important topics : Molarity, Molality and Normality. The concentration is the physical quantity that expresses the quantity of an element or a compound per unit volume. In the SI, the mol · m-3 units are used. Each substance has a solubility that is the maximum amount of solute that can be

## Important topics for JEE mains : The photoelectric effect

Let us study about one of Important topics for JEE mains : The photoelectric effect . The photoelectric effect In the first third of the twentieth century, some peculiarities of the electron began to be known in phenomena that settled the nascent theories of relativity and quantum mechanics. Among them, we can highlight the manifestations known as the photoelectric effect

## JEE main and advanced: The Second Law of Thermodynamics

Okay lets focus on The Second Law of Thermodynamics for JEE main and advanced. The inability of the first law to identify if a process can be carried out is remedied by introducing another general principle, the second law of thermodynamics. The first law does not restrict the direction of a process, but satisfying it does not ensure that the

## Important topics for JEE mains : Buoyancy & Archimedes Principle

In this blog you will read the basic concept of Buoyancy & Archimedes. It is an Important topics for JEE mains. Buoyancy The hydrostatic thrust comes from the fact that the pressure of a fluid increases with depth and the fact that this increased pressure is exerted in all directions (Pascal’s Principle) so that there is a net imbalance upward

## JEE main and advanced : The Doppler Effect

In this blog I will be talking about the Doppler Effect for JEE Main and Advanced. The Doppler effect, also known as Doppler displacement, is a phenomenon that occurs in any kind of wave, being it electromagnetic waves, like light, or mechanical waves, like sound, when a relative motion exists between the emission source of the waves and the observer

## JEE main and advanced Tips for Geometrical Optics

In this blog post we will study JEE main and advanced Tips for Geometrical Optics Geometrical Optics The study of images produced by either refraction or by reflection of light it’s called geometrical optics. This area of study deals with the trajectories of beams of light, not taking into account the effects of light has a wave, like when interference