Motional EMI Due to Rotational Motion

Triode as an Amplifiers

Constants of Triode Valve

Characteristic Curves of a Diode

Diode Valve

Vacuum Tubes and Thermionic Valves

Thermionic Emission

Electron Emission from Metal

Valve Electronics

Logic Gates Using 'NAND' Gate

Combination of Logic Gates

The 'NOT' Gate

The 'AND' Gate

The 'OR' Gate

Logic Gates and Truth Table

Boolean Algebra

Voltage Signal

Decimal and Binary Number System

Digital Electronics

Transistor as an Oscillator

Different Gains in CE/CB Amplifiers

Transistor as an Amplifier

Field-Effect Transistor

Transistor Configurations

Working of Transistor

Transistor

P-N Junction Diode as a Rectifier

Special Purpose Diodes

Reverse Breakdown

Biasing

P-N Junction Diode

Conductivity of Semiconductor

Density of Charge Carriers

P-Type Semiconductor

N-Type Semiconductor

Extrinsic Semiconductor

Intrinsic Semiconductors

Holes in Semiconductors

Energy Bands

Single, Poly and Liquid Crystals

Bonding Forces in Crystals

Earth's Atmosphere

EM Spectrum

Properties of EM Waves

Source, Production and Nature of EM Waves

Experimental Setup for Producing EM Waves

History of EM Waves

Maxwell's Contribution

Electromagnetic Waves

Methods of Producing Polarised Light

Polarisation of Light

Zone Plate

Diffraction Due to a Circular Aperture

Diffraction Due to a Circular Disc

Fresnel's Half Period Zone (HPZ)

Diffraction Gratings

Diffraction at Single Slit (Fraunhoffer Diffraction)

Types of Diffraction

Hexagonal Close Packed (HCP) Structure

Diffraction of Light

Doppler's Effect of Light

Different Types of Symmetry in Cubic Lattices

Newton's Rings

Terms Related with Crystal Structure

Solids

Fresnel's Biprims

Semiconductor electronics

Lloyd's Mirror

Interference in Thin Films

Transformer

dc Generator

Missing Wavelength in Front of One Slit in YDSE

ac Generator/Alternator/Dynamo

dc Motor

Eddy Current

LC- Oscillation

Fringe Visibility (V)

Growth and Decay of Current In LR- Circuit

Shifting of Fringe Pattern in YDSE

Combination of Inductance

Mutual Induction

Condition for Observing Interference

Useful Results

Young's Double Slit Experiment (YDSE)

Interference of Light

Coherence

Resultant Amplitude and Intensity

Important Terms

Super Position of Waves

Reflection and Refraction of Wavefront

Wavefront

Huygen's Wave Theory

Newton's Corpuscular Theory

Photometry

Resolving Limit and Resolving Power

Binocular

Reflecting Telescope

Galilean Telescope

Terrestrial Telescope

Astronomical Telescope (Refracting Type)

Microscope

Lens Camera

Defects in Eye

Human Eye

Spectrum

Colours of Objects

Rainbow

Scattering of Light

Dispersion Through a Prism

Prism

Defects in Lens

Silvering of Lens

Combination of Lens

Self Induction

Cutting of Lens

Displacement Method

Lens Immersed in a Liquid

Inductance

Newton's Formula

Periodic EMI

Magnification

Motional Emi in Loop by Generated Area

Lens Maker's Formula and Lens Formula

Dynamic (Motional) EMI Due to Translatory Motion

Induced Electric Field

Rules of Image Formation by Lens

Lenz's Law

Focal Length, Power and Aperture of Lens

Faraday's Laws of Electromagnetic Induction

Magnetic Flux

Lens

Refraction From Spherical Surface

Common Examples of TIR

Total Internal Reflection (TIR)

Refraction Through a Glass Slab

Real and Apparent Depth

Refractive Index

Refraction of Light

Mirror Formula and Magnification

Image Formation by Curved Mirrors

Curved Mirror

Reflection From a Plane Surface (Plane Mirror)

Reflection of Light

Real and Virtual Images

Helium-Neon Laser

Principle of Laser

Concepts Related to Production of LASER

Laser

Advantages of Optical Fibres Over Wires

Optical Fibre

Optical Communication

Telephone Links

Impedance of Line

Two Wire Transmission Line

Line Communication

Remote Sensing

Satellite Communication

Space Wave Propagation

Space Communication

Modem and Fax

Data Transmission and Retrieval

Demodulation

Pulse Code Modulation

Pulse Modulation

Frequency Modulation (FM)

Amplitude Modulation (AM)

Modulation

Analog and Digital Signals

Types of Communication System

Basic Communication System

Communication

Uses of Radioactive Isotopes

Successive Disintegration and Radioactive Equilibrium

Radioactive Series

Radioactive Disintegration

Nuclear Radiations

Radioactivity

Nuclear Fusion

Nuclear Reactor

Difficulties in Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction

Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Reactions

Binding Energy Curve

Mass Defect and Binding Energy

Nuclear Stability

Pair Production and Pair-Annihilation

Atomic Mass Unit (amu)

Nuclear Force

Size of Nucleus

Types of Nuclei

Thermal Neutrons

Neutron

Nucleus

Electronic Configurations of Atoms

Quantum Numbers

Hydrogen Spectrum and Spectral Series

Transition of Electron

Energy

Bohr's Orbits (for Hydrogen and \[{{H}_{2}}\]-like Atoms)

Draw Backs of Bohr's Atomic Model

Bohr's Atomic Model

Failure of Rutherford's Model

Rutherford's Atomic Model

a-Scattering Experiment

Thomson's Atomic Model

Uses of X-Rays

Mosley's Law

Characteristic X-Rays

Continuous X-Rays

Classification of X-Rays

Absorption of X-Rays

Properties of X-Rays

Coolidge X-Ray Tube

X-Rays

Compton Effect

Important Formulae for Photoelectric Effect

Effect of Intensity and Frequency of Light

Experimental Setup for Photoelectric Effect

Photo-Electric Effect

Photon

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Davision and Germer Experiment

Characteristics of Matter Waves

Matter Waves (de-Broglie Waves)

Bainbridge Mass Spectrograph

Thomson's Mass Spectrograph

Positive Rays

Millikans Oil Drop Experiment

J.J. Thomson's Experiment

Cathode Rays

Electric Discharge Through Gases

Choke Coil

Wattless Current

Parallel RLC Circuits

Series RLC-Circuit

Inductive, Capacitive Circuit (LC-Circuit)

Resistive, Capacitive Circuit (RC-Circuit)

Resistive, Inductive Circuit (RL-Circuit)

Capacitive Circuit (C-Circuit)

Inductive Circuit (L-Circuit)

Resistive Circuit (R-Circuit)

Power Factor

Power in ac Circuits

Impedance, Reactance, Admittance and Susceptance

Measurement of Alternating Quantities

Phase

Important Values of Alternating Quantities

Alternating Quantities (i or V)

Magnetic Maps and Neutral Points

Hysteresis Curve

Magnetic Materials

Vibration Magnetometer

Deflection Magnetometer

Tangent Galvanometer

Tangent Law

Magnetic Maps and Neutral Points

Elements of Earth's Magnetic Field

Earth's Magnetic Field (Terrestrial Magnetism)

Force and Field

Various Terms Related to Magnetism

Bar Magnet

Magnetism

Force On a Current Carrying Conductor In Magnetic Field

Hall Effect

Cyclotron

Lorentz Force

Trajectory of a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field

Moving Coil Galvanometer

Behaviour of Current Loop in a Magnetic Field

Current Loop as a Magnetic Dipole

Standard Cases For Force on Current Carrying Conductors

Force Between Two Moving Charges

Force Between Two Parallel Current Carrying Conductors

Force On a Charged Particle in Magnetic Field

Toroid

Solenoid

Magnetic Field Due to an Infinite Sheet Carrying Current

Magnetic Field Due to a Cylindrical Wire

Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Wire

Magnetic Field at Centre O in Different Conditions of Circular Current

Magnetic Field Due to Circular Current

Ampere's Law

Meaning of Cross and dot

Direction of Magnetic Field

Biot-Savart's Law

Application of Thermo Electric Effect

Thomson's Effect

Peltier Effect

Seeback Effect

Electro Chemical Cell

Faraday's Law of Electrolysis

Chemical Effect of Current

Combination of Bulbs

Electricity Consumption

Electric Power

Joules Heating

Application of Potentiometer

Potentiometer

Different Measuring Instruments

Kirchoff's Laws

Grouping of Cells

Cell in Various Positions

Cell

Grouping of Resistance

Colour Coding of Resistance

Electrical Conducting Materials For Specific Use

Stretching of Wire

Resistivity (p), Conductivity and Conductance (C)

Resistance

Ohm's Law

Drift Velocity

Current Density (J )

Electric Current

Kirchhoff?s Law for Capacitor Circuits

Charging and Discharging of Capacitor in Series RC Circuit

Grouping of Capacitor

Capacity of Various Capacitor

Dielectric

Capacitor or Condenser

Redistribution of Charges and Loss of Energy

Combination of Charged Drops

Capacitance

Gauss's Law and it's Application

Electric Flux

Electric Dipole

Equilibrium of Charged Soap Bubble

Force on a Charged Conductor

Electrostatic Potential Energy

Neutral Point and Zero Potential

Time Period of Oscillation of a Charged Body

Equilibrium of Charges

Electric Lines of Force

Motion of Charge Particle in Electric Field

Equipotential Surface

Relation Between Electric Field and Potential

Potential Due to Concentric Spheres

Electric Field and Potential Due to Various Charge Distribution

Electric Potential

Electric Field

Coulomb's Law

Electroscope

Methods of Charging

Electric Charge

Accoustics of Buildings

Musical Sound

Conditions for No Doppler's Effect

Some Typical Cases of Doppler's Effect

Common Cases in Doppler's Effect

Doppler's Effect

Determination of Unknown Frequency

Beats

Kundt's Tube

Resonance Tube

End Correction

Tuning Fork

Standing Wave in a Organ Pipe

Vibration of Composite Strings

Sonometer

Melde's Experiment

Standing Waves on a String

Terms Related to the Application of Stationary Wave

Characteristics of Standing Waves

Standing Waves or Stationary Waves

Quink's Tube

Interference of Sound Waves

Principle of Superposition

Echo

Reflection and Refraction of Waves

Pressure Waves

Equation of a Plane Progressive Waves

Factors Affecting Velocity of Sound in Gaseous Medium

Velocity of Longitudinal Wave (Sound Wave)

Velocity of Transverse Wave

Important Terms Regarding Wave Motion

Types of Waves

Characteristics of Wave Motion

Waves

Super Position of S.H.M's (Lissajous Figures)

Free, Damped, Forced and Maintained Oscillations

Various Formulae of S.H.M.

Oscillation of Spring Combination

Spring Pendulum

Spring System

Some Other Types of Pendulum

Oscillation of Pendulum in Different Situations

Factor Affecting Time Period of Simple Pendulum

Simple Pendulum

How to Find Frequency and Time Period of S.H.M.

Differential Equation of S.H.M.

Average Value of P.E. and K.E.

Energy in S.H.M.

Comparative Study of Displacement Velocity and Acceleration

Acceleration in S.H.M.

Velocity in S.H.M.

Displacement in S.H.M.

Some Important Definitions

Simple Harmonic Motion

Periodic and Oscillatory (Vibratory) Motion

Temperature of the Sun and Solar Constant

Law of Distribution of Energy (Plank's Hypothesis)

Wien's Displacement Law

Distribution of Energy in the Spectrum of Black Body

Determination of Specific Heat of Liquid

Cooling Curves

Newton's Law of Cooling

Rate of Loss of Heat <img

Stefan's Law

Applications of Kirchoff's Law

Kirchoff's Law

Prevost Theory of Heat Exchange

Perfectly Black Body

Emissive Power, Absorptive Power and Emissivity

Interaction of Radiation with Matter

Colour of Heated Object

Radiation

Convection

Growth of Ice on Lake

Searle's Experiment

Ingen-Hauz Experiment

Combination of Metallic Rods

Applications of Conductivity in Daily Life

Conduction in Metallic Rod

Conduction

Transmission of Heat

Entropy

Carnot Engine

Second Law of Thermodynamics

Refrigerator or Heat Pump

Heat Engine

Mixed Graphical Representation

Reversible and Irreversible Process

Quasi Static Process

Cyclic and Non-cyclic Process

Adiabatic Process

Isothermal Process

Isochoric or Isometric Process

Isobaric Process

First Law of Thermodynamics (FLOT)

Heat, Internal Energy and Work in Thermodynamics

Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics

Some Definitions

Thermodynamics

Gaseous Mixture

Specific Heat in Terms of Degree of Freedom

Mayer's Formula

Specific Heat (\[{{C}_{P}}\] and \[{{C}_{V}}\]) of a Gas

Law of Equipartition of Energy

Kinetic Energy of Ideal Gas

Degree of Freedom

Mean Free Path

Maxwellís Law (or the Distribution of Molecular Speeds

Various Speeds of Gas Molecules

Pressure of an Ideal Gas

Real Gases

Equation of State or Ideal Gas Equation

Gas Laws

Assumption of Ideal Gases (or Kinetic Theory of Gases)

Gas

Heating Curve

Principle of Calorimetry

Joule's Law (Heat and Mechanical Work)

Some Important Terms

Thermal Capacity and Water Equivalent

Phase Change and Latent Heat

Specific Heat of Gases

Specific Heat of Liquid (Water)

Specific Heat of Solids

Specific Heat

Heat

Expansion of Gases

Variation of Density with Temperature

Thermal Expansion in Liquids

Application of Thermal Expansion in Solids

Scales of Temperature

Thermal Expansion

Thermometers

Thermometry

Temperature

Poiseuille's Formula

Stoke's Law and Terminal Velocity

Viscosity and Newton's law of Viscous Force

Velocity of Efflux

Applications of Bernoulli's Theorem

Bernoulli's Theorem

Energy of a Flowing Fluid

Equation of Continuity

Critical Velocity and Reynold's Number

Streamline, Laminar and Turbulent Flow

Floatation

Archimedes Principle

Pascal's Law

Density

Pressure

Introduction

Useful Facts and Formulae

Shape of Drops

Ascent Formula

Capillarity

Angle of Contact

Shape of Liquid Meniscus

Excess Pressure

Formation of Bigger Drop

Splitting of Bigger Drop

Work Done in Blowing a Liquid Drop or Soap Bubble

Surface Energy

Molecular Theory of Surface Tension

Applications of Surface Tension

Factors Affecting Surface Tension

Examples of Surface Tension

Force Due to Surface Tension

Surface Tension

Intermolecular Force

Practical Applications of Elasticity

Important Facts About Elasticity

Factors Affecting Elasticity

Elastic Hysteresis

Interatomic Force Constant

Torsion of Cylinder

Relation between \[\mathbf{Y,}\,\mathbf{k,}\,\mathbf{\eta ,}\,\] and \[\mathbf{\sigma }\]

Relation Between Volumetric Strain, Lateral Strain and Poisson's Ratio

Poisson's Ratio

Modulus of Rigidity

Fractional Change in the Radius of Sphere

Density of Compressed Liquid

Bulk Modulus

Breaking of Wire

Work Done in Stretching a Wire

Young's Modulus (Y)

Hooke's law and Modulus of Elasticity

Stress-strain Curve

Strain

Stress

Elastic Property of Matter

Types of Solids

States of Matter

Comparison Between Interatomic and Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular Forces

Interatomic Forces

Weightlessness in a Satellite

Weightlessness

Change in the Orbit of Satellite

Energy of Satellite

Angular Momentum of Satellite

Geostationary Satellite

Height of Satellite

Time Period of Satellite

Orbital Velocity of Satellite

Some Properties of the Planet

Velocity of a Planet in Terms of Eccentricity

Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion

Escape Velocity

Work Done Against Gravity

Gravitational Potential Energy

Gravitational Potential for Different Bodies

Gravitational Potential

Gravitational Field Intensity for Different Bodies

Gravitational Field

Inertial and Gravitational Masses

Mass and Density of Earth

Variation in g Due to Rotation of Earth

Variation in g With Depth

Variation in g With Height

Variation in g Due to Shape of Earth

Acceleration Due to Gravity

Properties of Gravitational Force

Newton's law of Gravitation

Introduction

Collision Between Bullet and Vertically Suspended Block

Perfectly Inelastic Collision

Rebounding of Ball After Collision With Ground

Head on Inelastic Collision

Perfectly Elastic Oblique Collision

Perfectly elastic head on collision

Collision

Position and Velocity of an Automobile w.r.t Time

Important Points

Power

Law of Conservation of Energy

Velocity of Chain While Leaving the Table

Work Done in Pulling the Chain Against Gravity

Gravitational Potential Energy

Electrical Potential Energy

Elastic Potential Energy

Potential Energy

Stopping of Vehicle by Retarding Force

Kinetic Energy

Energy

Work Depends on Frame of Reference

Work Done in Conservative and Non-conservative Field

Work Done Calculation by Force Displacement Graph

Work Done by a Variable Force

Dimension and Units of Work

Nature of Work Done

Work Done by a Constant Force

Introduction

Sticking of a Person with the Wall of Rotor

Sticking of a Block With Accelerated Cart

Velocity at the Bottom of Rough Wedge

Stopping of Two Blocks Due to Friction

Stopping of Block Due to Friction

Coefficient of Friction Between a Body and Wedge

Maximum Length of Hung Chain

Minimum Mass Hung from the String to Just Start the Motion

Motion of an Insect in the Rough Bowl

Motion of Two Bodies one Resting on the Other

Work done against friction

Acceleration of a Block Against Friction

Calculation of Required Force in Different Situation

Angle of Repose

Resultant Force Exerted by Surface on Block

Angle of Friction

Methods of Changing Friction

Advantages and Disadvantages of Friction

Friction is a Cause of Motion

Graph Between Applied Force and Force of Friction

Types of Friction

Introduction

Modification of Newton's Laws of motion

Spring Balance and Physical Balance

Motion of Connected Block Over A Pulley

Motion of Blocks Connected by Mass Less String

Motion of Blocks In Contact

Acceleration of Block on Smooth Inclined Plane

Acceleration of Block on Horizontal Smooth Surface

Apparent Weight of a Body in a Lift

Free Body Diagram

Law of Conservation of Linear Momentum

Impulse

Frame of Reference

Newton's Third Law

Equilibrium of Concurrent Force

Force

Newton's Second Law

Newton's First Law

Linear Momentum

Inertia

Point Mass

Conical Pendulum

Motion in vertical circle

Equations of Circular Motion

Non-Uniform Circular Motion

Reaction of Road On Car

Motion of Charged Particle In Magnetic Field

Overturning of Vehicle

Banking of A Road

Bending of A Cyclist

Skidding of Object on A Rotating Platform

Skidding of Vehicle on A Level Road

Work Done by Centripetal Force

Centrifugal Force

Centripetal force

Centripetal Acceleration

Variables of Circular Motion

Circular Motion

Projectile Motion on An Inclined Plane

Horizontal Projectile

Oblique Projectile

Types of Projectile Motion

Principle of Physical Independence of Motions

Assumptions of Projectile Motion

Projectile

Introduction of Projectile Motion

Motion with Variable Acceleration

Motion of Body Under Gravity (Free Fall)

Equation of Kinematics

Velocity-time Graph

Position time Graph

Acceleration

Speed and Velocity

Distance and Displacement

Particle or Point Mass or Point object

Rest and Motion

Position

Propagation of Errors

Errors of Measurement

Order of Magnitude

Significant Figures in Calculation

Rounding Off

Significant Figures

Limitations of Dimensional Analysis

Application of Dimensional Analysis

Important Dimensions of Complete Physics

Quantities Having same Dimensions

Dimensions

Practical Units

Standards of Length, Mass and Time

S.I. Prefixes

Fundamental and Derived Units

Fundamental and Derived Quantities

Physical Quantity

Vector Product of Two Vectors

Scalar Product of Two Vectors

Rectangular Components of 3-D Vector

Resolution of Vector Into Components

Subtraction of vectors

Polygon Law of Vector Addition

Parallelogram Law of Vector Addition

Triangle Law of Vector Addition of Two Vectors

Types of Vector

Introduction of Vector

Lami's Theorem

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