The basic objective of National Science Day is to attract students to science, to inspire them for new experiments in the field of science and to make them aware of science and scientific achievements. On this day, programs related to scientific activities are organized in science institutes, laboratories, science academies, schools, colleges and training institutes.
The Raman effect is an effective tool in the study of the molecular structure of chemicals. National Science Day calls for the continuous advancement of science in the country, its main objective is to remove the fraternities in the minds of people regarding nuclear energy and only through its development can we make the standard of living of the people of the society more and more happy.
In Raman effect, the study of its dispersed rays in a single wave monolithic light monochromatic rays, when passing through a transparent medium solid, liquid or gas, revealed that very weak intensity rays at a constant difference apart from the original light rays. Are also present. These rays are also called Raman-rays. Physicist Sir C.V. Raman was such a great inventor, who is an inspiration not only to millions of Indians but also to people all over the world.
These rays arise from the gain or loss of energy in the rays of the original light due to vibration and rotation of the particles of the medium. Not only this, it also has great importance in other branches of research, medicine, biology, physics, astronomy and telecommunications.
The aim of celebrating National Science Day is to spread the message of importance of scientific application in daily life, to showcase all the activities, efforts and achievements of science for human welfare and to discuss these issues for the development of science. Implementing Technology. Along with making science and technology famous, its main objective is to achieve new heights by giving the citizens of the country an opportunity in this field.
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