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What is CLOUD BURST & why does it occurs ?????
Why two bodies rubbed against each other acquire equal and opposite charges?
How does an earthquake occur in nature? list some destructive and some constructive consequences of the earthquake.
explain the working and construction of electroscope
Draw a labeled diagram of a gold leaf electroscope. describe how will you use it to detect a charge, measure a charge,and find the nature of charge.
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what are the causes of earthquake
Tell 2 uses of electroscope?
which of these can be charged by static electricity? how?
List three states in India where earthquakes are more likely to strike
Why paper strips get attracted to a plastic scale not a metal scale if rubbed with hairs???
what causes the earthquake?
why does hair of the hand raise when it is brought near a telivision screen once the tv is switched off ?
Sometimes a crackling sound is heard while taking off a sweater during winters. Explain.
why are sparks seen on electric pole if the wire become loose?
why it is not advisable to carry a umbrella during lighting or thundering
Why do we say that only repulsion is a sure test of charge ?
why is repulsion considered as the surest test of electrification ?
When a positively charged body is brought near an uncharged metal rod, the part of the rod near the charged body acquires a negative charge, and the far side a positive charge. Can you say why this happens? Remember that in a body negative charge are mobile whereas positive charge are fixed.
what is the difference between conduction and induction?
Explain about electrostatic induction?
which is the heaviest particle of an atom ?
Raju was able to charge a plastic comb by rubbing it in his dry hair, but not a metal comb. Why?
why do we say that richter scale is not a linear scale ??? plzz if u know tell me fast ..!!
1. Explain the following : (a) Nylon clothing crackles as you undress.
(b) TV screens soon become very dusty.
(c) It might be dangerous to raise an umberella in a storm.
(d) A rubbed balloon will stick to the wall for sometimes.
2. Explain the role of a lightning conductor in protecting a tall building from lightning.
3. Can the electrostatic charges be stored ? If so how ?
4. The top of a lightning conductor is always higher than the top of the building. Give Reason.
what is the difference between The pith-ball electroscope and the gold-leaf electroscope?
WHAT IS LIGHTNING CONDUCTOR? WRITE ITS USES?
Explain - (i) charging by induction (ii) charging by conduction (iii) charging by friction.
What are plate tectonics???
what is charging by conduction and charging by induction ? plzz reply fast
what is earthing?
why are taller buildings in greater danger of being struck by lightning
what are the effects of earthquake?
Explain why a charged balloon is repelled by another charged balloon whereas an uncharged balloon is attracted by another charged balloon?
what are areas prone to earthquakes both in india and world?
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how does electrical discharge occur in clouds ????????????????????
why bacteria and viruses are considered as "Immortal"?
explain the working of a lightning conductor?
why are taller buildings in greater danger of being struck by lightning?
What Is The Difference Between
EMI And EMF
explain in what way is lightning useful ?
what are the different types of volcanoes?
In earthquake prone areas ,houses are usually built with wood .Why?
what is convention ?
why do signs at the petrol stations warn people not to use their cell phones while filling petrol in their cars?
Q1) state 2 uses of electroscope
Q2) TV screens become dusty very soon.why?
Q3) why is the upper end of the lightning conductor is made into a trishul?
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Construction engineers and architects need to be familiar with earthquakes. Why?
please justify the statement "It might be dangerous to raise an umbrella in a storm"
1. Each fragment of the outermost layer of earth is known as -------------------------
2.What useful changes are caused by earthquakes?
explain how an earthquake occurs
Why do two charged bodies attract or repel ?
how lightning occurs between two clouds during a storm?
what is difference between conduction and induction???
A crackling sound is heard by taking of a sweater during winter.why?
explain the effects of deforestation of forest soil.
what is uncharged object?
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what are the causes of over utilisation of natural resources?
Distinguish between charging by induction and charging by conduction.
how does lightning take place between the clouds?
why a charged balloon is repelled by another charged balloon whereas
an uncharged balloon is attracted by another charged balloon?
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