# Parts and properties of an atom

The atom is a very minute thing. you can’t see an atom through the naked eye in fact you can’t see an atom. The atom is too small to deflect the wave in to a microscope. As i had said on my first blog on atoms an atom has three different types of particles a neutron which has not charge and it is in the nucleus. A proton which is also in the nucleus, but which ahs a positive charge and a electron with a negative charge which is orbiting the nucleus. …

# Newtons third law of motion

Newtons third law is a bit complicated. It sates that: If an object A exerts a force on object B, then object B must exert a force of equal magnitude and opposite direction back on object A. sounds ridicules but it is not (it sounded that way to me at least).

He means that for example when you jump on the floor you are putting out a force on the floor, but you don’t see the floor going down because the floor is putting the same amount or force on you at the opposite direction you are putting force.

If…

# Newtons second law of motion

Newtons second law of motion does not state anything it is a formula or equation. The second law was discovered in 1687. The equation is F=MA yes the great equation. “F” is force, “M” is mass and “A” is acceleration. So when you substitute the letters with the words it becomes, force is equal to mass times acceleration.
This was a breakthrough in physics back then and revolutionised the way we looks at the world. Both the first law and the second law were discovered in the same year (if you have not read my previous blog on the first…

# Newtons first law of motion

Newtons first law of motion was discovered on 1687. The first law states that an object in motion will remain to be in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force assuming that gravity is a force (gravity is not a force actually). For example when you strike a pool ball or a striker in carom stops moving or slows down because there is a frictional force is acting on the ball or striker. …

# The atom

When you hold a ball it is round because it is a ball. If you zoom in or remove the top layer and make the ball the same size it will still be a ball, however if you repeat this procedure a few hundred time then you reach the molecular stage.

## Ishaan Bhat

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