## McGurk Effect: Meaning And Application

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The McGurk effect is a perceptual phenomenon that illustrates how hearing and vision interact when people perceive speech. For example, visual sensory data presented along with a sound can influence how individuals perceive it. The McGurk effect, which occurs when speech sounds are dubbed over a film of people pronouncing a distinct sound, is probably the most well-known example. A person experiences the McGurk effect when they believe that the movement of another person's lips does not correspond to what that person is saying. In other words, the perception of speech is an illusion that results from the combination of ... Read More

## Basic Concepts of Emf and Cell Notation

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Introduction The Emf or electromotive force is a term used to depict the potential difference and is not a term related to force and it is measured in volt. It was invented by Alessandro Volta when he first invented the battery. And also he mentioned the contact of electrode and electrolyte is responsible for the emf not mentioned chemical reactions. In 1830 Michael Faraday ascertained that the chemical reactions taking place at the electrode and electrolyte interface are responsible for the emf. It is a characteristic of all the energy sources that have a circuit in them. The electromotive force ... Read More

## Base Meaning

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Introduction There are different definitions for the base. But the one definition that is common in all three definitions is bases react with acid to form a neutral compound or salts and water. And is given by G.-F. Rouelle. It is the ion that is present in this compound that makes it a characteristic property. Arrhenius proposed that the presence of hydroxyl ion, $\mathrm{OH^{-}}$ leads to the characteristic property of a base. According to Bronsted Lowry's theory of bases, a base is a substance that can accept protons or Hydrogen ions, $\mathrm{H^{+}}$. And in lewis's base theory base is a ... Read More

## C++ Program to Copy All the Elements of One Array to Another Array

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The array data structures are used to store homogeneous data in a consecutive memory location to access them in a sequential manner. Arrays are linear data structure so that the basic operations on array can be performed in linear time. In this article we will see how to copy elements from one array to another new array in C++. The new array will be of same type since array elements are homogeneous. After creating another array of same size, we simply copy the elements from first array to the second one by one. Let us see the algorithm and the ... Read More

## Haskell program to check whether the input number is a Prime number

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This tutorial discusses writing a program to check whether the input number is a Prime number in the Haskell programming language. Haskell is a Declarative, Strongly Typed, and Functional programming Language. The computations in Haskell are mathematical functions. A prime number is a number having only 1 and the number itself as a factor. Note 1 is neither a prime nor a composite number because it has only one factor. For example, 3 is a prime number because it has only two factors 1 and the number 3 itself. In this tutorial we see, Program to check whether a ... Read More

## C++ Program to Sort the Elements of an Array in Ascending Order

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To solve some problems effectively, it's important to arrange the data items in the correct sequence. One of the most popular arranging problems is the element sorting problem. This article will demonstrate how to arrange array members in C++ in ascending order (according to rising values). To arrange either numerical or non-numerical elements in a specific order, a wide variety of sorting algorithms are available in this field. Only two straightforward sorting techniques will be covered in this article. the selection sort and the bubble sort. Let's examine each one individually using appropriate techniques and C++ implementation code. Sort array ... Read More

## Haskell Program to Print the Multiplication Table in Triangular Form

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This tutorial discusses writing a program to print the multiplication table in the triangular form in the Haskell programming language. For example, the multiplication table for the number 10 in the triangular format is 1 2 4 3 6 9 4 8 12 16 5 10 15 20 25 6 12 18 24 30 36 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 9 18 27 36 45 54 63 72 81 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Algorithm Steps Take input or initialize an integer variable ... Read More

## C++ Program to Sort the Elements of an Array in Descending Order

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Arranging data items in a proper form is an essential task while solving some problems in an efficient way. The element sorting problem is one of the most commonly discussed arranging problem. In this article we will see how to arrange the array elements in descending order (decreasing order of their values) in C++. There are many different sorting algorithms present in this domain to sort numeric or nonnumeric elements in a given order. In this article we will see only two simple methods of sorting. The bubble sort and the selection sort. Let us see them one by one ... Read More

## Barium Sulfate

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Introduction The word barium is derived from the Greek word 'Barys' which means heavy. Barium Sulphate is an inorganic compound. It is alkaline earth metal. The compound is found on earth in the form of mineral barite also known as barytes. Barites are pale yellow, red, grey or green but barium sulphate is a white solid soft crystalline compound. It is a water-insoluble and odourless compound. It is formed by the reaction of barium carbonate and sulphuric acid. It is a non-toxic compound and used for many medicinal purposes like a root canal, x-rays and CT- scans. It is soluble ... Read More

## C++ Program to Convert Set of String to Array of String

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Sets in C++ re containers that contain unique values of a specific type. Arrays or the array container in std C++ is a fixed-size container that contains elements of a specific size. Arrays are like vectors, but the main difference is that arrays are of a fixed size whereas vectors can be dynamic. The array container in C++ is a wrapper for the standard arrays that are available in both C and C++. There is a problem in this conversion though, std arrays do not have support for the common insertion methods that are available with the other containers. So, ... Read More