Physics

Positive Ion vs Negative Ion

 Positive Ion vs Negative Ion
A positive ion and a negative ion are a part of an atom or a molecule. The key difference between the two ions is their net electrical charge of the ion, wherein a positive ion has a net negative charge and a...

Momentum vs Torque

Momentum vs Torque
Torque (moment or moment of force), the word has been derived from Latin which means ‘to twist’. It is a tendency which measures the amount of force which acts upon a body in order to rotate it about a pivot...

Momentum vs Angular Momentum

Momentum vs Angular Momentum
Linear Momentum is basically used to measure the quantity of motion of an object. It can be simply referred to as mass in motion. Linear moment is a product of mass and velocity, and can be generated in both...

Force vs Momentum

Force vs Momentum
Force is defined as any pull or push which is exerted on a body due to the body’s interaction with another object or body. Momentum is basically used to measure the quantity of motion of an object. It can be...

Nuclear Fission vs Nuclear Fusion

Nuclear Fission vs Nuclear Fusion
Nuclear fission and fusion are two processes in which energy is released. Nuclear fusion takes place by the combination of light nuclei like deuterium and tritium. On the other hand in nuclear fission, a...

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