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  • Electric locomotive

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    Electic locomotive in India uses both DC and AC Current.

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  • Notice writing

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                                                       NOTICE-- 1)                 (Blocks and Capitals)
                         NAME OF THE ORGANISATION/SCHOOL/COMPANY------ 2) 
    DATE:DD/MM/YY------3)
    BODY OF THE NOTICE-------4) ( Not more than 50 Words)
    including three main pieces of information namely,
    4) Name of the event
    5) Date and time and Venue (Place) for the event
    6) purpose of the event any other significant highlights or details given in the question.
    for any further qureies/detalis/suggestions, contact the undersgined
    7)Signature of the person
    8) Name of the person- ( in blocks and in brackets)
    9) Designation of the person

    Remember to draw an outline and include the Notice within it.

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  • What are cells?

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    cells are the livings miccroscopic things which helps in doing basic life processes of the body

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  • What is lens formula?

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    1/v-1/u=1/f

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  • what is black holes?

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    black holes are the celetial body which have very high mass and gravitational force. They have so much high gravity that they attract anything which is near to it, even ligt cannot escape from its gravity. Many astronomer believ that it does not exist on the other hand some say it exist. Many astronomer say using energy of black they can make worm hole ( a celestial body which make many ligt year intosmall distance).

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  • Faraday's laws of electrolysis

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    raday’s laws of electrolysis, in chemistry, quantitative laws used to express magnitudes of electrolytic effects, first described by the English scientist Michael Faraday in 1833. The laws state that (1) the amount of chemical change produced by current at an electrode-electrolyte boundary is proportional to the quantity of electricity used, and (2) the amounts of chemical changes produced by the same quantity of electricity in different substances are proportional to their equivalent weights. In electrolytic reactions, theequivalent weight of a substance is the gram formula weight associated with a unit gain or loss of electron. The quantity of electricity that will cause a chemical change of one equivalent weight unit has been designated a faraday. It is equivalent to 9.6485309 × 104coulombs of electricity. Thus, in the electrolysis of fused magnesium chloride, MgCl2, one faraday of electricity will deposit 24.312/2 grams of magnesium at the negative electrodeand liberate 35.453 grams of chlorine at the positive electrode.

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  • Octane number

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    Ans: In general the quality of petrol and diesel can be measured using octane number. By calculating percentage of iso octane burnt in combustion.

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  • Mirage

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    Mirage is an optical illusion caused by atmospheric conditions, especially the appearance of a sheet of water in a desert or on a hot road caused by the refraction of light from the sky by heated air.


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