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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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Nerve cells are the specialised cells whose basic function is to transmit signals from our whole body to the brain.

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The simple answer is that nerve cell, also known as neurons, are the cells present in the nerves. Function: They carry electrical stimulation throughout our body.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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A thylakoid is a compartment present inside chloroplasts* and cyanobacteria**. They are the sites responsible for light dependent reactions during photosynthesis. They consist of a thylakoid membrane surrounding a thylakoid lumen. *a plastid in green plant cells which contains chlorophyll. **a bacteria which obtain energy from photosynthesis. A VERY EASY TOPIC IF YOU ARE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND IT.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 7

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ph is the negative logarithm of hydrogen ion.

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pH scale is a numerical representation of acidity and basicity of the substances. It varies from 1 to 14. The solutions with a pH value less than 7 are referred to as bases and those with a pH value of 7 are to as neutral.

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-pH stands for potenz Hydrogen, pH value indicates whether the substance is acidic, basic of neutral. - pH less than 7 is acidic -pH greater than 7 is basic - pH equal to 7 is neutral ( neither acidic nor basic)

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pH is the negative logarithm of H+ ions. A substance having <7 pH is a Base A substance having >7 pH is an Acid Exact pH 7 is a neutral substance

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pH value are the value used to determine wheather a solution is acid or basic in nature Acids= pH<7 Bases= pH>7 Neutral= pH=7

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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Class : Class 8
pleaseeeeeee someone answer........

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Class : Class 7
You cant simply earn batches in your house, it is just an online thing. I am not sure now but it used to be by getting 5000 points

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Class : Class 9
i too want the answer............

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by doing your best in the mock tests , I hope so..........

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please answer officialy

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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are you mad? olympiad is the best exam to test your logical,subjective and objective skills

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ARE YOU MAD??????

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Class : Class 9
nooooooooooooo,never

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Class : Class 8
Everyone's so funny It depends on the olympiad!

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no

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Class : Class 9
NO WAY!!! How can you say that? Participate and get first rank. Then you'll see.

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Class : Class 8
how can you say like that

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nooo.how can you say so?

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Monkey what knows the flavour of ginger!!!!!!!!!

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Class : Class 9
are you crazy they enhance our knowledege

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yes,he is MAD!

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have u ever participated ??

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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Thermo plastics- Plastics which are obtained by gentle heating and then moulding and they can be moulded again and again by gentle heating. Thermosetting plastics- Plastics which are obtained by gentle heating and then moulding but they cannot be moulded again and again by heating .

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they are the different types of plastic. Thermosetting plastics have a cross linked arrangement of monomers whereas thermoplasts have linear arrangement of monomers

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Thermosetting plastics are synthetic materials that strengthen during being heated, but may get damaged when being tried to molded again. Thermoplastics are different. They can be remelted back into liquids and can be remolded also. Ex for thermosetting: epoxy resin(m-seal), melamine, urea formaldehyde etc. Ex for thermoplastics: polythene, polypropylene, polystyrene etc.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 9
I don't know

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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Pulsars are the remains of a super giant star after the supernova. They are extremely bright even than super giant stars.

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Pulsars are type of neutron star with high electromagnetic radiation and high speed rotation. They are so dense that singe spoon of their matter would wight 2 bn tonnes. Good question......

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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everything that you weannt to know about pulsars:- www.seasky.org/celestial-objects/pulsars.html

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