Month: October 2017

How Do Instruments Make Sounds?

There are six experimentally separable ways in which sound waves are analysed, which are Pitch, Duration, Loudness, Timbre, Sonic Texture, and Spatial Location. Pitch is perceived as how “low” or “high” a sound is and represents the cyclic,…

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Mechanics of the Free Fall

When a body is dropped from a height H it falls down freely due to the force of gravity. This is as per the first law of motion that states that any body is in a state of…

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Gene Therapy: The Key to Making Humans Disease Free?

Whenever one imagines the word therapy it’s usually in the context of someone suffering a mental breakdown and needing to be taken to a shrink for getting electric shocks. Similarly, gene Therapy may sound like some corrective measure…

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How to Name & Write Acids and Bases

Many find it difficult to name acids and bases, not knowing whether they should use the prefix “hydro-“, or maybe the suffix “-ous”. In some cases you might need neither prefixes nor suffixes. Sometimes you might not know…

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Different Uses Of Synthetic Urine

Synthetic urine is an artificially manufactured combination of water with other organic and inorganic components like creatinine, phosphates, sulfates, chloride, and urea. This is primarily intended for laboratory applications. Though it simulates all the physical and chemical properties…

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Environmental Isolates in Pharmaceuticals

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Many centuries ago, the existence of the so-called germs was only a theory. But after years of research medical and pharmaceutical research, it has been confirmed beyond any doubt that all around us, we live surrounded by bacteria…

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The Observer Effect In Quantum Physics

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The “Observer Effect” (sometimes called The Measurement Problem) suggests that the very act of you observing (or measuring) something requires a change in the behaviour or properties in what you are observing, which doesn’t tend to be what…

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Factory Acceptance Test in Pharmaceuticals

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The pharmaceutical industry has specific requirements when it comes to the equipment used for the production of pharmaceutical forms. This equipment, due to its specificity, is produced accurately in line with the specifications or contractual request (functional requirements…

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Laboratory Equipment for Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Vocational Centers & Research Institutes

Providing ‘state-of-the-art’ Laboratory infrastructure to each student should be one of the focus areas for every school, college and institute. Since the late 19th century it is a well established fact that labs play a critical role in…

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Why Sound Has Different Speeds in Different Media

Have you ever questioned why sound has different speeds in different media? First of all, speed is basically how fast an object is moving and the rate at which an object covers distance. Sound is a mechanical wave…

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