What is Green Hydrogen? Energy future and India’s perspective.

Green hydrogen is produced artificially by a machine known as electrolyzer, which split the fresh water into hydrogen and oxygen using an electrochemical reaction called electrolysis. Then what is green hydrogen? The hydrogen produced by using clean electricity or green fuel or green energy is called green hydrogen. Green energy means renewable energy like solar energy and wind energy. During the production of hydrogen using green energy as fuel, no harmful byproducts like greenhouse gases release into the air. Read More

Bernoulli’s effect and its true applications in today’s life.

Bernoulli’s effect is an important derivation in mechanics and fluid dynamics. It was first presented by Swiss mathematician and physicist Daniel Bernoulli, by publishing his theory in 1738, in his book “Hydrodynamics” Bernoulli’s effect: Bernoulli’s effect or principles says” If the velocity of a horizontally moving liquid or gas increases, its pressure decreases.” Further Bernoulli’s...Read More

Why your precious heart is at risk?

The heart is the principal organ of the circulatory system. It pumps oxygen-rich blood, water, and nutrients to the tissues and removes waste products like carbon dioxide from the bloodstream of the entire body through two important channels arteries and veins. The blood in the arteries carries oxygen from the lungs and energy from the food we eat. Veins carry away waste products like carbon dioxide and returned the dark tired cells to the heart to recharge with oxygen from the lungs.Read More

What are isotopes? now being used for many purposes?

Every atom has one core at the center, called a nucleus, around which electrons revolve in different orbits. Atom constitutes two particles-protons and neutrons. Atoms of a particular element have the same number of protons but can vary in neutrons. The number of protons in an atom is called the atomic number, of the element, whereas the total number of protons and neutrons in an atom is called the mass number or atomic weight of that element to which the atom belongs. Atoms with the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons are called isotopes. They have the same chemical nature/properties, as electrons revolving around the atom are the same but physical nature/properties can vary depending on mass, melting or boiling point, density, and freezing point of the element.Read More

What is our body made of? know the amazing things.

Cells are the basic units and building blocks of our body. Cells constitute tissues. Tissues make organs and organs come together to form organ systems and organ systems forms organism or gross body. The cell is the smallest structural and functional unit of a living organism including we, the humans. Every cell is surrounded by the plasma membrane, which is soft and elastic by character. It plays a very important role in regulating the passage of some substances through it.Read More

Are you tense about pimples? Know the reasons.

Pimples are bumps on the skin's surface with pink or tender red colour with a painful sensation with pus or without pain depending on their formation. Pimples, blackheads, white heads are common in adolescents. They appear on the face and other parts depending on different reasons and hygienic intents. Depending on the size, colour, and gravity of its impacts on the skin, dermatologists classified pimples into six categories loosely.Read More

What happens to our bodies in sleep?

Sleep is an integral part of our body and mind. Almost one-third of our time is spent in sleep. Then why do we need sleep? Human life is full of actions and action is the benchmark of an individual. Whatever job or work one practices, he has to take a break and wish for a nice sleep. Sleep is necessary to restore energy and freshness of tired limbs, organs, and tissues of one's body. The body has its own healing power. Sleep enables the body to get rid of toxic waste, and repair worn-out tissues and cells to restore the lost energy.Read More
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