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  1. How does the air get ionised?
  2. Give relation between momentum and force.

Math question

  1. If the quadratic equation px^2^ +qx +r has the same sign as that of p, then find the relationship between p,q and r.

Asked by samanvay.lakhotia 12th May 2016, 1:51 PM
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Question :

  1. How does the air get ionised?
  2. Give relation between momentum and force.

       

Ionisation

  • The tendency of the air to begin the breakdown enhances when there is a strong electric field (of a very high order)  surrounding the same air.
  • Thus the air gets ionised due to the effect of electric field.
  • It is a common misconception that ionisation increases the quantity of positive or negative ions, it should be noted that no such change occurs  due to ionisation.
  • Ionisation forces the distance between the elctrons and positive ions to increase from their original molecular structure.

 

   Kindly ask only one question at a time in the query.

   Also, post the query regarding mathematics to the respective department.

Answered by Expert 27th November 2017, 3:10 PM
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