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Classical Mechanics

Chapter 1 Scalars and Vectors
1.1 Definitions
1.2 Vector Algebra

Chapter 2 Kinematics
2.1 Definitions
2.2 Motion in one Dimension
2.3 Motion in Two Dimensions

Chapter 3 Dynamics
3.1 Dynamics of a particle
3.2 Dynamics of a system of particles
3.3 Law of Conservation of Momentum

Chapter 4 Work, Energy and Power
4.1 Work
4.2 Energy
4.3 Law of Conservation of Energy
4.4 Power

Chapter 5 Rotational Motion
5.1 Rotational motion of a rigid body about a fixed axis
5.2 Rolling Motion
5.3 Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum

Chapter 6 Elasticity
6.1 Definition of Elasticity
6.2 Types of Deformations
6.3 Deforming and Restoring Forces
6.4 Strain and Stress
6.5 Hookeís Law
6.6 Elastic Modules
6.7 Strain Energy

Chapter 7 Oscillatory Motion
7.1 Linear Simple Harmonic Motion
7.2 S.H.M. & U.C.M
7.3 Simple Pendulum
7.4 Energy in S.H.M

Chapter 8 Mechanics of Fluids
8.1 Hydrostatic Pressure in a fluid
8.2 Pascalís Law
8.3 Archimedesí Principle
8.4 Moving Fluids & Bernoulliís Equation

Chapter 9 Wave Motion
9.1 Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
9.2 Equation of Linear, Progressive, Harmonic Waves

Chapter 10 Sound Waves
10.1 Intensity and Pitch
10.2 Doppler Effect
10.3 Superposition Principle
10.4 The Phenomenon of Beats of Sound
10.5 Standing or Stationary Waves
10.6 Forced Oscillations and Resonance

Chapter 11 Heat and Thermodynamics
Temperature and Thermometers

Chapter 12 Thermal Expansions of Solids, Liquids and Gases
12.1 Solids
12.2 Liquids
12.3 Gases
12.4 Gas Laws
12.5 Equation of State :Ideal Gas Equation
12.6 Kinetic Theory of Ideal Gases

Chapter 13 Calorimetry and Mechanical Equivalent of Heat
13.1 Heat Capacity, Water Equivalent & Specific Heat
13.2 Latent Heat of Fusion, Freezing, Vaporization and Condensation
13.3 Mechanical Equivalent of Heat

Chapter 14 Heat Transfer
14.1 Conduction
14.2 Convection
14.3 Radiation

Chapter 15 The Laws of Thermodynamics
15.1 The Zeroth Law
15.2 The First Law
15.3 Work done and Some applications of First Law
15.4 Thermodynamic Processes
15.5 Carnot Cycle
15.6 The Second Law
15.7 Entropy

Chapter 16 Light
Introduction to light
16.1 Laws of Reflection at plane surfaces
16.2 Mirrors
16.3 Laws of Refraction at plane surfaces, Refractive Index and Critical Angle
16.4 Refraction at curved spherical surfaces and Lens makerís formula
16.5 Lenses
16.6 Refraction in Prisms, Prism Formula
16.7 Dispersion of Light, Angular Dispersion and Dispersive Power
16.8 Optical Instruments and Magnifying Power

Chapter 17 Nature of Light
17.1 Newtonís corpuscular Theory of Light
17.2 Huygensí Wave Theory of Light
17.3 Laws of Reflection and Refraction of Light on the basis of wave theory

Chapter 18 Physical Optics
18.1 Interference of Light
18.2 Diffraction of Light
18.3 Polarization of Light

Chapter 19 Electricity and Magnetism
Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism
19.1 Coulombís Law
19.2 Electrostatic Field
19.3 Gaussís Law
19.4 Capacitors

Chapter 20 Magnetism
Introduction to Magnetism
20.1 Coulombís Law
20.2 Magnetic Field
20.3 Torque on a bar magnet
20.4 Gaussís Law

Chapter 21 Current Electricity
21.1 Electric Current
21.2 Ohmís Law
21.3 Kirchoffís Laws
21.4 Series and Parallel combination of Resistance

Chapter 22 Magnetic Effect of Electric Current
22.1 Oerstedís Experiments
22.2 Ampereís Rule
22.3 Biot- Savart or Laplaceís Law
22.4 Ampereís Law

Chapter 23 Heating Effect of Electric Current
23.1 Jouleís Law
23.2 Temperature Coefficient of Resistance

Chapter 24 Chemical Effects of Electric Current
24.1 Faradayís Laws of Electrolysis

Chapter 25 Electro -magnetic Induction

Introduction to Electro-magnetic Induction
25.1 Faradayís Experiments
25.2 Faradayís Law of Electromagnetic Induction
25.3 Rotating coil, Induced E.M.F. and The Dynamo
25.4 Self Induction and Mutual Induction
25.5 Transformer

Chapter 26 D.C. And A.C. Circuits
26.1 R - C and L- R D.C. Circuits
26.2 Reactance and Impedance of L, C, R

Chapter 27 Origin of Magnetism
Introduction to
Origin of Magnetism
27.1 Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism and Ferromagnetism
27.2 Theory of Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism
27.3 Theory of Ferromagnetism and Curie temperature of Ferromagnets

Chapter 28 Maxwellís Equations and Electro-magnetic waves
Chapter 28 Maxwellís Equations and Electro-magnetic waves

Chapter 29 Modern Physics
Planckís Quantum Theory of Black Body Radiation Spectrum

Chapter 30 Einsteinís Theory of Photo-electric Effect
Einsteinís Theory of Photo-electric Effect

Chapter 31 Structure of Atom
31.1 Thomsonís Model
31.2 Rutherfordís Experiments and scattering of a - particles and Nuclear Atom Model

Chapter 32 Bohrís Theory of Hydrogen Atom and its Spectrum
Bohrís Theory of Hydrogen Atom and its Spectrum

Chapter 33 Wave Particle Duality
33.1 Compton Scattering of Photons
33.2 Louis De Broglieís Concept of matter waves
33.3 Electron Diffraction
33.4 Bohrís Atom

Chapter 34 Radio-Activity and Nuclear Structure
34.1 Laws of radioactive transmutation
34.2 Laws of radioactive decay
34.3 Half Life Period
34.4 Mean Life Time : t

Chapter 35 Einsteinís Theory of Special Relativity
35.1 Frames of References
35.2 Galilean Principle of Relativity and Invariance of Newtonís laws of motion
35.3 Galilean Law of Velocity Addition
35.4 Absolute Frame of References
35.5 Einsteinís Postulates
35.6 Length Contraction, Time dilation and Relativistic Law of Velocity Addition
35.7 Relativistic Mass and Mass Energy Equivalence

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