Physics Advance Illustration
Electrostatics
Illustration - 1 Flux Through a Circle
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Illustration - 11 Zero Potential Locus
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Illustration - 32 Non Uniformly Charged Rod
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  1.  
  2. why crrent flow in direction of positive charge?
    2 years ago by harsh raj
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    current always flows from lower potential to higher potential e.g. suppose two points on conductive wire A and B which have voltage 3v and 5v respectively then current flows through A to B due to potential difference
    2 years ago by ayush pathak
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    Current flow is taken in the direction of flow of positive charges as convention... to consider what ayush has written...
    1 years ago by Physics Galaxy
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    According to convention positive charges do not flow because they are embedded in the nucleus but negative charges are free to move i.e. ELECTRONS. so when a potential difference is generated electrons start moving from higher potential to the lower potential. this generates electric current in opposite direction ( opposite to the direction of flow of electrons)
    1 years ago by ABHISHEK BANGA

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  4. Respected Sir, Can u explain the force between two charges placed in different mediums(media) at some distance?
    2 years ago by Kuljeet Singh
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    force is decreses by permittivity of medium.
    2 years ago by Rahul Sharma

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  6. Hello Sir, Why some of the videos are not clearly visible??
    2 years ago by Dr.Madhu Sharma
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    go to settings option in you tube and make the quality from 144p to 360p
    2 years ago by Vineet Chatterjee

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  8. do you have advance illustrations for only electrostatics ?what abt other topics ? we adore your work in this area.absolutely wonderful
    2 years ago by ramesh nagda
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    All topics have adv illustrations... now available..
    1 years ago by Physics Galaxy

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  10. dear ashish sir, i am abhishek jain from S1X batch in ALLEN.I am not able to follow extra books on regular basis.Can you please give me some tips how to manage my time accordingly so that i am able to follow the books regularly. In physics galaxy i am on projectile motion. In hcverma i am on forces. in irodov i am able to follow regularly. in university physics i am on rectilinear motion. i am doing class modules regularly
    2 years ago by Abhishek Jain
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    bro one advice for the full 1st yr just follow two books and that too one to read concept and get thorough with basics(i prefer NCERT books or HC verma) and to solve problems follow one book(HC verma or DC pandey or solve QU set of physics galaxy lectures) make sure you know all the basics and your through wiht concept of both 1st yr and 2nd yr syllabus and make sure you complete the full book which you followed for problems In revision time you dont need to solve low level problems you pick up a book like Irodov or Kroto or Resnick Halliday Walker or brainstormes of physicsgalaxy.com which contain high level problems and start solving them and then finish!!
    1 years ago by Charan Sai

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