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## Why Saturn V was Unbelievably Important for Moon Landings

Without Saturn V, landing on the Moon in the 1960s would’ve been impossible. Its power, fuel capacity, and innovation were crucial for success.

## KINETIC THEORY OF GASES

Master the Kinetic Theory of Gases with NCERT 11th Physics syllabus – learn about molecules, temperature, pressure & more!

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## THERMODYNAMICS

It is the branch of physics that deals with the concepts of heat and temperature and the inter conversion of heat and other forms of energy.

## THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER

Temperature is a relative measure or indication of the hotness or coldness of a body. The temperature of a body determines the direction of the flow of energy. The SI unit of temperature is kelvin (K). °C is a commonly used unit of temperature.

## MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS – PART 2

The viscous drag increases with increases velocity of the body, but it is found that the body after attaining certain velocity starts moving with a constant velocity called terminal velocity.

## MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS – PART 1

The materials that can flow are called fluids. Liquids and gases are collectively known as fluids. Unlike a solid, a fluid has no definite shape of its own.

## MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS

The property of a body, due to which it tends to regain its original size and shape when deforming force is removed, is called elasticity. The deformation caused is called as elastic deformation.

## GRAVITATION

This article is formulated according to the 8th chapter in the NCERT Syllabus of 11th Std Physics OR 1st PUC Physics. Observation of stars, planets, and their motion has been the subject of attention in many countries since the earliest of times. According to this theory, the sun, the moon, and all planets were in …

## SYSTEM OF PARTICLES AND ROTATORY MOTION – PART 2

n linear motion, greater in the mass of the body, greater is the force required to produce the linear acceleration in it. Thus in linear motion mass of the body is a measure of its inertia.

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