Asked in SciencePhysicsGravity
What are the effects of force on matter?
April 15, 2014 2:25PM
In general, force (a net force, i.e., an unbalanced force) applied to an object will cause the object to accelerate. For more details, do some reading about Newton's Second Law.
What are the effects of forces on matter?
Asked in Physics
Which would take less force to move a heavy object or a light weight object?
Asked in Chemistry, Chemical Bonding
Which matter has the maximum intermolecular force?
Force can make matter move but it cannot stop matter from moving?
Asked in Cosmology
How are stars dust and gas related to dark matter?
Stars, gas, and dust are all categorized as visible matter, not "dark" matter, but, since dark matter does not interact electromagnetically, the behavior of ordinary matter is used to study dark matter through their gravitational effects. You might say that stars, gas, and dust are like the leaves blowing in an invisible wind; the force can be perceived by the effects on the leaves even if you can't see the wind directly.