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Lesson Posted on 10 Oct Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching Biomolecules

Early Experiment for Photosynthesis :- NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER

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Photosynthesis is a term used to describe the process of preparation of food by green plants. The process uses energy from sunlight to convert carbon dioxide and water into the molecules which are needed for plant’s growth and development. The green pigment in plants is responsible for absorbing... read more

Photosynthesis is a term used to describe the process of preparation of food by green plants. The process uses energy from sunlight to convert carbon dioxide and water into the molecules which are needed for plant’s growth and development. The green pigment in plants is responsible for absorbing light energy and converting into food. The process is a very important one as it releases oxygen into the atmosphere and is a primary source of food. 

Early Experiment for Photosynthesis:

Scientist Joseph Priestly performed various experiments in the year of 1770 which showed the role of air in the growth of green plants.

  • The first experiment was carried out using a candle, mice, jar and a plant. When he placed a candle and mice in a jar, candle extinguished and mice fainted after sometime as shown in gif a and b. He then placed a plant in the jar along with mice and candle. Mouse stayed alive and the candle was also burning which brought priestly to the hypothesis that “plants restore the air whatever breathing animals and burning candles remove.
  •  Another experiment he performed involve a similar set of plants. He showed that small bubbles are formed around the green parts of the plants in sunlight whereas there are no bubbles formed during the night. From this experiment, he concluded that those bubbles formed were oxygen molecules.
  • Another scientist named Julius von Sachs performed an experiment in the year 1854 and showed that glucose is produced during the growth of plants. Glucose is made in chlorophyll and is stored in the form of starch.
  • These green pigments (chlorophyll) are stored in specialized plant cells. There were some more scientists who worked in a similar field and described the entire process of photosynthesis by chemical equations.
  • T.W Engelmann carried out an experiment using prism which split the light into several components and illuminated green algae (cladophora) which was placed in the suspension of aerobic bacteria.
  • Using these bacteria, he detected the site of oxygen evolution. Most of the bacteria were accumulated in the red and blue light area. In the 19th century, the empirical equation which represented the process of photosynthesis was:
  • Another Scientist Cornelius van Neil added that the process of photosynthesis is a light dependent reaction and the equation represented as-
  • He even concluded that oxygen evolved from the green plants comes from hydrogen and water. The final equation which represents photosynthesis is

  • Another Scientist Cornelius van Neil added that the process of photosynthesis is a light dependent reaction and the equation represented as-

  • He even concluded that oxygen evolved from the green plants comes from hydrogen and water. The final equation which represents photosynthesis is-

Where C6H12O is glucose.

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Lesson Posted on 10 Oct Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching CBSE/Class 11/Science/Biology

The site of Photosynthesis:- NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER

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The site of Photosynthesis Photosynthesis takes place in Mesophyll cells inside chloroplasts. It is a process which involves chemical reactions in which water and carbon dioxide are converted into energy in the presence of sunlight. Chloroplasts are the structures which are found on the cells of... read more

The site of Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis takes place in Mesophyll cells inside chloroplasts. It is a process which involves chemical reactions in which water and carbon dioxide are converted into energy in the presence of sunlight.

  • Chloroplasts are the structures which are found on the cells of plants. Water required in the process is transported via roots through vascular tissue and carbon dioxide enters into the process via stomatal pores.
  • Chloroplast has a membrane structure consisting of grana, stroma lamellae and fluid stroma.
  • The membrane system in chloroplast is responsible for trapping light energy.
  • ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) and NADPH (reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) are also synthesized in it. Starch is formed in stroma by enzymatic reactions involving carbon dioxide which forms sugar.
  • The former set of reactions is known as a Light Reaction as it is dependent on light. Another set of reactions which are not directly dependent on plants is called Dark reaction. These reactions are not directly dependent on light but use the products of light reactions i.e. ATP and NADPH.

 

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Lesson Posted on 08 Aug CBSE/Class 11/Science/Physics CBSE/Class 11/Science/Physics/Unit 3-Laws of Motion Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching

Importance of Bouncing in Collisions

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There are 3 Types of Collisions Elastic, Inelastic and Totally Inelastic collision. Momentum is conserved in all these three types ( No external force is involved, so the system is called a Closed System. ). When a Bat hits, a Ball Momentum is changed because Bat provides an external force. But when... read more

There are 3 Types of Collisions Elastic, Inelastic and Totally Inelastic collision. Momentum is conserved in all these three types ( No external force is involved, so the system is called a Closed System. ).

When a Bat hits, a Ball Momentum is changed because Bat provides an external force. But when the Two Balls Collide the forces are Internal and hence the Interaction of the Balls due to Internal Forces does not change the Momentum of the "Closed" System. Momentum is not lost in Closed Systems.

Elastic Collision

In an elastic collision, there is neither loss of kinetic energy nor loss of Momentum. Therefore it is assumed that such experiments are conducted on frictionless Smooth surface so that the loss of Momentum due to an external force such as friction does not happen.

Inelastic Collision

In an Inelastic collision, there is some loss of Kinetic Energy ( In Real life these collisions are Generally familiar) but no loss of Momentum. Energy is lost in Heat and Sound.

Completely Inelastic Collision

1. There is loss of Kinetic energy during the collision and also the two objects stick with each other.

2. There is no Bouncing off.

While doing numerical on one should carefully read the question to infer what's happening during the collision. Following should be understood from the given numerical:-

1. There is Bouncing or Not. Bouncing Indicates that the Collision is Inelastic or Elastic. ( So in the question, you would see the words "Balls Bounce Back."

2. Inelastic Collisions don't have any Bouncing.

3. an External force is present or not. This is because in Collisions of any Type Momentum is Generally Conserved. For Momentum to stay, conserved External Force has to be absent. The system must be closed system/

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Lesson Posted on 24 Jul Electromagnetic Induction CBSE/Class 12/Science/Physics/Unit 4-Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching

Eddy Currents Electromagnetic Induction

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Eddy Current and Applications (Important for CBSE Class XII) Eddy Current and Applications (Important for CBSE Class XII)If you have covered a lot of ground in EMI, you might have reached the Topic of Eddy Current. EMI essentially deals with the Induced emf that gets generated in conductors because... read more

Eddy Current and Applications (Important for CBSE Class XII)

Eddy Current and Applications (Important for CBSE Class XII)
If you have covered a lot of ground in EMI, you might have reached the Topic of Eddy Current. EMI essentially deals with the Induced emf that gets generated in conductors because of change in flux (d?/dt). But did you know that sometimes this induced EMF/Induced current can be a Drawback? There are advantages also of Eddy currents, but let's discuss drawbacks first. 

Drawbacks of Eddy Currents:

The disadvantage is because the induced emf that appears in blocks (Not wires !!) of Electrical Machines results in circular loops of current in the metallic block. Block could mean a Cube, Cuboid shaped Conductor) of Electrical Machines (generally we see the drawback of Eddy Currents in Electrical Machines). One such example of a block is the one that resides inside the  Transformer. The metallic block in the Transformer is called the Core of the Transformer. This core is made up of Iron (a metal). All the electrical machines have a core, e.g. a Motor also has a Core, so we do see Eddy currents in the Motor. You might have seen a Transformer near your home or a Motor in your home. That Transformer has an alternating current flowing through it. That alternating current has a magnetic flux associated with it ( Remember Magnetic effects of current). If it's not a Metallic Block one can see Eddy Currents in Metallic Frames too. In the Electrical Machines if eddy currents are getting induced in the core, then the core has an Induced current, which means that core gets heated up. Its a wastage of precious power (watts). The metallic core of the electrical core gets heated up.

How Eddy Current Drawback is handled

One can create slots inside the Metalic Core, and you would notice that Eddy currents reduce. The slots make the size of the Induced Current Loops smaller (small radii of the loop unlike a solid Metallic frame). The other way is to construct the Metallic Core using Thin Layers of Conducting Material separated by Insulating Material. The Insulating material would not let Eddy currents to flow. Insulators offer high resistance to current. Thus we would have fewer eddy currents. More about Eddy currents are covered in Electrical Engineering. One can read about Laminated Cores inside Electrical Machines that reduce the Eddy current. In reality, the core is never a Single Large metallic block but Laminated.

Advantages

Deadbeat Galvanometer-Damping effect of Eddy Current


If you notice a Galvanometer, you will find Eddy currents generated inside the Galvanometer too. The Galvanometer is used for finding out if the circuit has a Current. But we want the Galvanometer to come back to the Original reading, i.e. Equilibrium Position after the current has been withdrawn and not Oscillate for a long, long time. We can introduce Friction inside Galvanometer in such a way that Needle comes to Rest, but If Friction were to be in Picture, we would not get an accuracy of measurement in Galvanometer. The Galvanometer has coils inside it. The Coils are the one that carries the current that needs to be measured. To ensure that the Galvanometer Needle comes back to its original position without oscillating for a long, long time the current measuring Coil is wound over a metallic Frame. This metallic frame is also exposed to the Magnetic flux of the external current entering the Galvanometer coil. The metallic frame then has the Eddy Current generated. This Eddy current will oppose the very cause that created it, i.e. Motion of the Coil that carries the current in a magnetic field. If you don't use a Metallic Frame, you will get a situation where the Needle of Galvanometer keeps on oscillating and. But you want the Galvanometer needle to immediately come back to its original position ( once there is no current). Here is where the eddy current in the Metallic Frame helps. It brings the Needle to rest Instantaneously using the force experienced by the Eddy current Loops in the magnetic field. You can imagine the direction of the Eddy Current Loop such it opposes the induced circular current loops. Such a Galvanometer is called a Dead Beat Galvanometer. The Eddy current here opposes Oscillations, and the effect of eddy current is called Damping.

Separating Metal from Non-Metals

Eddy currents can also be used for separating metals from non Metals. When the Truck unloads the Garbage that contains metal and Non-metal. You can see how the Municipality Truck unloads the Garbage. The Garbage travels down an incline. As it moves, we can keep magnet below the Incline. This magnet will generate the eddy currents, and the Metallic Trash will experience damping and slow down. This is called Motional Drag. The Non-Metallic Trash can continue.

Using Eddy Currents to Find the Cracks in the Conductors

Eddy currents are used for detecting cracks in the surface of the conductive materials. Eddy currents are circular current loops, and hence they also produce Magnetic Field. If the conductive material has cracks, the magnetic field provided at the cracked surface will be different. So we can study the magnetic field on the surface of the Conductive material. Where ever the magnetic surface is cracked, the eddy current will be absent. So this is used in aeroplanes where the surfaces are tested for eddy currents. A crack in an aeroplane can result in a disaster. 

 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 23 Jul Electromagnetic Induction CBSE/Class 12/Science/Physics/Unit 4-Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current/ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching

Polarity of Rod in Motional EMF Electromagnetic Induction

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The polarity of the RodThere is a critical topic in EMI called Motional emf. There is a specific use case where the Rod moves over between the Rails. We know that when this Rod moves in the Perpendicular Magnetic Field, there is an induced current. Following sequence needs to be understood as the Basic... read more

The polarity of the Rod
There is a critical topic in EMI called Motional emf. There is a specific use case where the Rod moves over between the Rails. We know that when this Rod moves in the Perpendicular Magnetic Field, there is an induced current. Following sequence needs to be understood as the Basic Concept. It explains the Polarity of the Rod:-

1. The Rod ( which is different from Rails) moves in a magnetic field with velocity v.

2. The Rod contains free electrons.

3. The Free electrons in the Rod are also moving with the velocity of the rod v.

4. Since the electrons are moving with Constant Velocity v (if the velocity is not Constant then it will be a decelerated motion -NEET AND JEE Students to Note) in the magnetic field B they experience a force F. The direction of this force (Bqv) makes the electrons move in a magnetic field. We can find the direction of this force using Fleming Right Hand Rule ( Go back to the chapter -Magnetic effects of current and read Fleming Left Hand Rule).

5. Assume that the Electrons experience the force upwards. If this is the case, the ELectrons will start moving upwards, thereby leaving a deficit of electrons at the other end. So the Upper side of Rod is becoming Positive and Lower side of the Rod is becoming positive because of the Deficit.

6. The above situation will mean that an electric field will start appearing in the Rod from Positive end to negative end.

7. This implies that the Rod's Electric field will oppose the motion of electrons because the upper part of the Rod has become Negative.

8. Thus the force eE (electric field) and Bqv are now anti parallel forces. The motion in external magnetic movement produced an electric field in Rod and now that Electric field opposes the action itself. Note this point carefully.

9. At some point the eE and Bqv become equal, and further flow of electrons stops.

10. Now we have the electric field in the Rod ( lower part is positive, and the upper part is negative).

11. The existence of electric field implies we would have Potential Difference between Positive edge of the Rod and the Negative edge of the Rod. And Rod's length is also. ( Remember E=dV/dr, Potential Gradient)

12. So now we have Potential Gradient, i.e. the Polarised Rod has become the source of EMF ( Potential difference).

One needs to understand this concept in-depth. Once this is clear, you can attempt the numerical of motional emf.

 

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Lesson Posted on 20 Jul Electromagnetic Induction CBSE/Class 12/Science/Physics/Unit 4-Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current/ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching

Polarity of Rod in Motional EMF Electromagnetic Induction

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Polarity of the Rod There is a very important topic in EMI called Motional emf. There is a specific use case where the Rod moves over between the Rails. We know that when this Rod moves in the Perpendicular Magnetic Field there is an induced current. Following sequence needs to be understood as the... read more

Polarity of the Rod

There is a very important topic in EMI called Motional emf. There is a specific use case where the Rod moves over between the Rails. We know that when this Rod moves in the Perpendicular Magnetic Field there is an induced current. Following sequence needs to be understood as the Basic Concept . It explains the Polarity of the Rod :-

1. The Rod ( which is different from Rails) moves in a magnetic field with velocity v.

2. The rod contains free electrons.

3. The Free electrons in the rod are also moving with the velocity of the rod v. 

4. Since the electrons are moving with Constant Velocity v (if the velocity is not Constant then it will be a decelarted motion -NEET AND JEE Students to Note) in the magnetic field B they experience a force F. The direction of this force (Bqv) makes the electrons move in a magnetic field. We can find the direction of this force using Fleming Right Hand Rule ( Go back to the chapter -Magnetic effects of current and read Fleming Left Hand Rule). 

5. Assume that the Electrons experience the force upwards. If this is the case the ELectrons will strat moving upwards thereby leaving a deficit of electrons at the other end. So the Upper side of Rod is becoming Positive and Lower side of the Rod is becoming positive because of the Deficit.

6. The above situation will mean that an electric field will start appearing in the rod from Positiive end to negative end.

7. This implies that the Rod's  Electric field will oppose the motion of electrons because the upper part of the Rod has become Negative. 

8. Thus the force eE (electric field) and Bqv are now anti parallel forces. The motion in external magnetic movement prouduced electric field in Rod and now that Electric field opposes the Motion itself. Note this point carefully.

9. At some point the eE and Bqv become equal and further flow of electrons stop.

10.Now we have the electric field in the rod ( lower part is positive and upper part is negative).

11. The existence of electric field implies we would have Potential Difference between Positive edge of the rod and the Negative edge of the Rod. And the Rod's length is also. ( Remember E=dV/dr , Potential Gradient)

12. So now we have Potential Gradient i.e the Polarised Rod has become the source of EMF ( Potential difference).

One needs to understand this concept indepth. Once this is clear you can attempt the numericals of motional emf. 

 

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Lesson Posted on 19 Jul Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching CBSE/Class 12/Science/Physics/Unit 2-Current Electricity CBSE/Class 10/Science/Unit IV: Effects of Current/Electricity

Circuit Analysis Using Kirchoff Current Law (KCL) and Kirchoff Voltage Law KVL

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Why are the 2 Laws required? Simple circuits can be analyzed by using Ohms Law. i.e. Using knowledge of Ohm's law, we can find out the current and potential differences across the Resistances. But this is possible only for Simple circuits. What if the circuits get complicated? e.g. there are multiple... read more

Why are the 2 Laws required?

Simple circuits can be analyzed by using Ohms Law. i.e. Using knowledge of Ohm's law, we can find out the current and potential differences across the Resistances. But this is possible only for Simple circuits.

What if the circuits get complicated? 

e.g. there are multiple Voltage Sources, i.e. Batteries. Also, the circuit can be made complex by adding resistances in such a manner that one is not able to figure out if the Resistances are in Parallel and Series. Under such complex scenarios, the circuit is not easy to analyze, i.e. one cannot find the Potential difference and current in the circuit for the identified Resistances. To make life easy; Kirchoff came out with 2 Laws for analyzing the complex circuits. These laws are known as Kirchoff's Current Law (KCL) and Kirchoff Voltage Law (KVL), respectively.

Kirchoff Current Law is based on the Law of Conservation of Charge

Kirchoff Voltage Law is based on the Law of Conservation of Energy

State the Kirchoff's Law (This question is asked in CBSE Board exam followed by a Circuit Analysis Question)

Kirchhoff's junction rule: the total current coming into any junction must equal the total current coming out of the junction. The Algebraic sum of current entering a Junction is equal to the sum of currents entering the loop.

Kirchhoff's Voltage rule: the sum of the voltages around any closed loop must add up to zero. This is the based on the idea that if traverse a loop in a complex circuit then the starting point and the end point is same. There should not be any potential difference between the same point on the circuit. The Algebraic sum of voltage differences due to Resistance and Batteries should be 0. 

Method for Applying KVL and KCL for Circuit Analysis

KVL- If the loop is being traversed, then the following needs are done: -

First take a closed-loop (Generally we have 2 or 3 Loops in CBSE Numerical) and show an anti-clockwise or clockwise arrow in the loop, Preferably select the Loop direction in a manner that when battery comes in the loop; battery potential is rising from Negative to Positive for a battery, so the Voltage will be positive while moving through the loop. Select the loops with Maximum of Batteries included in them

Within the loop if the assumed Current direction and the assumed Direction of Loop (clockwise or anti clockwise) is same then the Potential Difference would be falling across a Resistance i.e. take the potential difference (I*R) to be negative but if the Direction of Current and assumed Direction of Loop are not same then please take I*R to be negative.

Sometimes we may have to include a Loop which contains elements such as batteries and resistors already used in another loop. Such Loops are called as Meshes. So a loop can be a Mesh, but a Mesh cannot be a Loop

KCL- Select the Major Nodes/Junctions in the circuit and apply the KCL to these Major Nodes. Major nodes have maximum Branches connecting to them.

What is a Loop in KVL

A loop is any closed path through the circuit which encounters no node more than once.

what is a Node?  – any point where 2 or more circuit elements are connected

Wires usually have negligible resistance

Each node has one voltage (w.r.t. ground)

 Branch – a circuit element between two nodes

Junction - any point where 3 or more circuit elements are connected

With the help of KCL and KVL (Algebraic additions of current and Potential Differences), one can get few independent equations containing Unknows assumed in the circuit. The aim should be to create three equations and solve them to get currents in various branches,

Generally, in a complex circuit Number of Branches > Number of Junctions> Number of Loops>Number of Meshes

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Lesson Posted on 19 Jul CBSE/Class 12/Science/Physics/Unit 4-Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching

Electro Magnetic Induction Important Concepts Class XII

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A Brief Introduction Electromagnetic Induction is the basic principle of operation of Electrical Machines such as transformers, motors and generators. Therefore its a critical topic in Physics. As a process, Electromagnetic Induction is the process of using magnetic fields to produce voltage, and in... read more

A Brief Introduction

Electromagnetic Induction is the basic principle of operation of Electrical Machines such as transformers, motors and generators. Therefore its a critical topic in Physics. As a process, Electromagnetic Induction is the process of using magnetic fields to produce voltage, and in a closed circuit, a current.

Angle Between Area of the Loop and Magnetic Field

Understand that there is an Orientation between B and Area Loop, which matters. This helps ensure that the Magnetic Flux is calculated correctly. The B A Cos(Theta) is the dot product of Magnetic Field (B) and the Area Loop vector shown perpendicular to the loop. It gives is magnetic Flux (Φ).

Generally, we would have a constant Magnetic Field (B) in the Numerical. i.e. it will not vary. But if you are given a Magnetic Field that changes (variable Magnetic Field), then you must apply Integration to get the flux. (JEE/NEET Students to note this)

Understand Faraday's's Law of Induction in-depth - Read the numerical carefully. Try to identify the reason why the flux through the loop is changing. This change in flux will result in EMF. Following possibilities could arise:-

1) Change in Angle between B and A ( Area vector). This changes flux, i.e. there is a flux rate.

2) Linear Motion of the Metallic Rod placed on a Rectangular Wire ( Area of loop changes). This also results in the rate of change of flux. ( Blv where v is the velocity of the conductor. Increase the speed, i.e. relative motion and get higher emf. Note that Relative Speed is covered in class XI. Reread it)

3) Rotation of the conductor that cuts the flux. This also is a change of flux and hence induced emf. You would see Angular velocity in such questions.

When you make more than 1 Turn on the coil, then each Turn experiences a change in magnetic flux. Thus more the Turns in the Coil higher is the Emf produced.

Use the Faraday law to calculate the magnitude of the emf. Practise at least 20 Question on Faraday's's law. 

Most of the time the rate at which flux changes with time would be constant so the emf will be constant but you can have a situation where the rate of change of flux d(ψ)/dt is variable. But there can be a situation where the rate of change of flux is not a constant number. It is a variable. (JEE/NEET Students to note)

Lenz's Law

Use Le's's law to find the direction of induced emf and induced current. This is very important. Most of the students dont understand the significance of the negative sign of d(phi)/dt. Don't Ignore L's's Law. Practise at least 10 Questions that help you know Le's's law. The emf induced in the coil is popularly called Back emf ( the direction of the induced emf is such that it will always opposes the change that is causing it)

When you are doing Le's's law numerical you will get directions of induced current as Clockwise, Anto Clockwise.

 

Example

Think of a Situation when a circular Ring is thrown in the magnetic field. When the flux through it is changing as it is entering or leaving the Magnetic Field EMF will get generated. But when it leaves the Magnetic Field completely or is yet to enter the Field, the EMF does not exist. This is obvious because we need a d(Φ)/d(t)

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