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### Distribution law of multiplication

Distribution law of multiplication : The multiplication of a compound expression by a factor is the sum of the partial products of each term of...

### Law of combining weights

1.Â  Law of combining weights : Elements combine in the ratio of their combining weights or chemical equivalents; or in some simple multiple or sub-multiple...

### Law of constant composition or proportion

1.Â  Â Law of constant composition or proportion : A definite chemical compound always contains the same elements chemically combined in the same proportions by weight. Must...

### LAWS OF CHEMICAL COMBINATION

1.Â  Â Law of multiple proportions : When two elements combine in more than one proportion i.e. to form more than one compound there is always...

### LAWS OF CHEMICAL COMBINATION 1

LAWS OF CHEMICAL COMBINATION 1.Â  Â Law of constant composition or proportion : A definite chemical compound always contains the same elements chemically combined in the same proportions by...

### Laws of refraction of light

Laws of refraction of light : (i) A ray of light passing from a rarer medium into a denser medium is deviated towards the normal at...

### Principle of lever

Principle of lever : Â In theÂ case of equilibrium of a rod (called lever) under two forces, the forces are to each other inversely as the...

### Law of conservation of mass or matter

Law of conservation of mass or matter : Matter can neither be created nor destroyed. The sum total of mass or matter for any system...

### Newton’s law of Cooling

Newton's law of Cooling : The rate at which a body cools or loses heat toÂ its surroundings is proportional to the excess of mean temperature of...

### Newton’s Third law of motion :

Newton's Third law of motion : To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Must Read: Law of constant composition or proportion Newton's law of Cooling

### Newton’s Second law of motion

Newton's Second law of motion : The rate of change of momentum of a body isÂ directly proportional to the force applied andÂ takesÂ place in the direction n...

### Newton’s First law of motion

Newton's First law of motion : Â AÂ body in a state of rest cannot move by Itself or a body in a state of uniform motion...