The Wave Nature Phenomena and the Gravitational Field

Physics

  • Sankar Palchoudhury 101/673/A, College Para, P.O. Kharia, Ward No. 21, Dist. Jalpaiguri, Pin Code - 735101, West Bengal, India
Keywords: Gravitational Field, Intensity, Wave

Abstract

We are familiar with wave – water wave in pond, river, sea, sound wave in the air, the light wave, the infrared wave comes from the sun to the earth.  Water waves arise for the disruption in the area of water. In the air, sound waves occur for some disorder. The gravitational field is surrounded everywhere in the universe. Light waves, infrared waves, radio waves are the cause of disruption in the gravitational field. Surges of seawater bear more power than river water because of the density of sea water-heavy than river water. Light waves and others of the sun carries more force than earth because the gravitational field intensity of the sun is higher than the ground. In this paper, we will study the cause of why the nature phenomena of waves such as light disturbs in the gravitational field.

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Author Biography

Sankar Palchoudhury, 101/673/A, College Para, P.O. Kharia, Ward No. 21, Dist. Jalpaiguri, Pin Code - 735101, West Bengal, India

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Mr. Sankar Palchoudhury was an employee of West Bengal State Government in India since 1987. He retires from government service. His date of birth is 3rd April 1955.  He is an independent researcher on physics. He publishes six fundamental articles on physics in International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences since 2016. 

References

Palchoudhury, S. (2016). A Modification In Behavior of Gases. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences (IJFPS), 6(3), 13-16. doi: 10.14331/ijfps.2016/330097

http://ncert.nic.in/NCERTS/l/leph108.pdf.

Published
2020-06-23
How to Cite
Palchoudhury, S. (2020). The Wave Nature Phenomena and the Gravitational Field. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences (IJFPS), 10(2), 12-15. https://doi.org/10.14331/ijfps.2020.330136
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