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Lessons

#### 01 Physical World

- 1.01 What is Physics?
- 1.02 Scientific Method
- 1.03 Scope of Physics
- 1.04 Excitement of Physics
- 1.05 What lies behind the phenomenal progress of Physics
- 1.06 Physics, Technology and Society
- 1.07 Fundamental Forces in Nature - I
- 1.08 Fundamental Forces in Nature - II
- 1.09 Towards Unification of Forces
- 1.10 Nature of Physical Laws

#### 02 Units and Measurement

- 2.01 Units and Measurement
- 2.02 The International System of Units
- 2.03 Measurement of Length
- 2.04 Measurement of Large Distances: Parallax Method
- 2.05 Measurement of Small Distances: Size of Molecules
- 2.06 Measurement of Mass
- 2.07 Measurement of Time
- 2.08 Accuracy and Precision of Instruments
- 2.09 Errors in Measurement
- 2.10 Absolute Error, Relative Error and Percentage Error: Concept
- 2.11 Absolute Error, Relative Error and Percentage Error: Numerical
- 2.12 Combination of Errors: Error of a sum or difference
- 2.13 Combination of Errors: Error of a product or quotient
- 2.14 Significant Figures - I
- 2.15 Rules for Arithmetic Operations with Significant Figures
- 2.16 Rounding off the Uncertain Digits
- 2.17 Rules for Determining the Uncertainty in the result of Arithmetic Calculations
- 2.18 Dimensions of Physical Quantities
- 2.19 Dimensional Analysis
- 2.20 Applications of Dimensional Analysis

#### 03 Motion in a Straight Line

- 3.01 Motion in a Straight Line
- 3.02 Position
- 3.03 Path Length and Displacement
- 3.04 Position Time Graph
- 3.05 Average Velocity and Average Speed
- 3.06 Numerical's on Average Velocity and Average Speed
- 3.07 Instantaneous Velocity and Speed
- 3.08 Acceleration
- 3.09 Equation of Motion for constant acceleration: v=v0+at
- 3.10 Numericals based on v=v0+at
- 3.11 Equation of Motion for constant acceleration: x = v0t + ½ at2
- 3.12 Numericals based on x =v0t + ½ at2
- 3.13 Equation of motion for constant acceleration:v2= v02+2ax
- 3.14 Numericals based on Third Kinematic equation of motion v2= v02+2ax
- 3.15 Derivation of Equation of motion with the method of calculus
- 3.16 Applications of Kinematic Equations for uniformly accelerated motion
- 3.17 Relative Velocity
- 3.18 Numericals on Relative Velocity

#### 05 Laws of Motion

- 5.01 Laws of Motion: Aristotle’s Fallacy
- 5.02 The Law of Inertia
- 5.03 Newton’s First Law of Motion
- 5.04 Newton’s Second Law of Motion - I
- 5.05 Newton’s Second Law of Motion - II
- 5.06 Newton’s Second Law of Motion: Numericals
- 5.07 Newton’s Third Law of Motion
- 5.08 Numericals on Newton’s Third Law of Motion
- 5.09 Law of Conservation of Momentum
- 5.10 Equilibrium of a Particle
- 5.11 Equilibrium of a Particle: Numericals
- 5.12 Common Forces in Mechanics
- 5.13 Friction: Static Friction
- 5.14 Friction: Kinetic Friction
- 5.15 Friction: Rolling Friction
- 5.16 Circular Motion: Motion of Car on Level Road
- 5.17 Circular Motion: Motion of a Car on Level Road - Numericals
- 5.18 Circular Motion: Motion of a Car on Banked Road
- 5.19 Circular Motion: Motion of a Car on Banked Road - Numerical
- 5.20 Solving Problems in Mechanics

#### 06 Work Energy and Power

- 6.01 The Scalar Product - Introduction
- 6.02 The Scalar Product - Properties
- 6.03 The Scalar Product - Numericals
- 6.04 The Work-Energy Theorem
- 6.05 Work
- 6.06 Work: Numericals
- 6.07 Kinetic Energy
- 6.08 Work Done by Variable Force
- 6.09 Work Energy Theorem For a Variable Force
- 6.10 The Concept of Potential Energy - I
- 6.11 The Concept of Potential Energy - II
- 6.12 Conservative and Non-Conservative Forces
- 6.13 Conservation of Mechanical Energy
- 6.14 Conservation of Mechanical Energy: Example
- 6.15 The Spring Force
- 6.16 Potential Energy of Spring
- 6.17 Potential Energy of Spring: Numericals
- 6.18 Various Forms of Energy: Law of Conservation of Energy
- 6.19 Power
- 6.20 Collisions: Elastic and Inelastic Collisions

#### 07 System of Particles and Rotational Motion

- 7.01 Motion of a Rigid Body
- 7.02 Centre of Mass
- 7.03 Centre of Mass: Examples
- 7.04 Motion of Centre of Mass
- 7.05 Linear Momentum of a System of Particles
- 7.06 Cross Product or Vector Product of Two Vectors
- 7.07 Angular Velocity and Angular Acceleration - I
- 7.08 Angular Velocity and Angular Acceleration - II
- 7.09 Angular Velocity: Numericals
- 7.10 Moment of Force (Torque)
- 7.11 Angular Momentum of a Particle
- 7.12 Relationship between moment of a force ‘?’ and angular momentum ‘l’
- 7.13 Moment of Force and Angular Momentum: Numericals
- 7.14 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
- 7.15 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body - Numericals
- 7.16 Principle of moments
- 7.17 Centre of Gravity
- 7.18 Moment of Inertia
- 7.19 Moment of Inertia for some regular shaped bodies
- 7.20 Radius of Gyration

#### 08 Gravitation

- 8.01 Historical Introduction of Gravitation
- 8.02 Kepler's Laws
- 8.03 Universal Law of Gravitation
- 8.04 The Gravitational Constant
- 8.05 Numericals on Universal Law of Gravitation
- 8.06 Acceleration due to Gravity on the surface of Earth
- 8.07 Acceleration due to gravity above the Earth's surface
- 8.08 Acceleration due to gravity below the Earth's surface
- 8.09 Acceleration due to gravity: Numericals
- 8.10 Gravitational Potential Energy
- 8.11 Escape Velocity
- 8.12 Earth Satellites
- 8.13 Energy of An Orbiting Satellite
- 8.14 Geostationary and Polar Satellites
- 8.15 Weightlessness

#### 09 Mechanical Properties of Solids

- 9.01 Mechanical Properties of Solids: An Introduction
- 9.02 Elastic Behaviour of Solids
- 9.03 Stress and Strain
- 9.04 Stress and Strain: Numericals
- 9.05 Hooke’s Law and Young’s Modulus
- 9.06 Stress-Strain Curve
- 9.07 Elastic Moduli: Young’s Modulus
- 9.08 Determination of Young's Modulus of Material
- 9.09 Elastic Moduli: Shear Modulus
- 9.10 Elastic Moduli: Bulk Modulus
- 9.11 Applications of Elastic Behaviour of Materials

#### 10 Mechanical Properties of Fluids

- 10.01 Fluids
- 10.02 Pressure in a Fluid
- 10.03 Pascal’s Law
- 10.04 Variation of Pressure with Depth
- 10.05 Atmospheric Pressure and Gauge Pressure
- 10.06 Fluid Pressure: Numericals
- 10.07 Hydraulic Machines
- 10.08 Hydraulic Machines: Numericals
- 10.09 Streamline Flow and Turbulent Flow
- 10.10 Equation of Continuity
- 10.11 Bernoulli’s Principle
- 10.12 Speed of Efflux: Torricelli’s Law
- 10.13 Venturi-meter
- 10.14 Blood Flow and Heart Attack
- 10.15 Dynamic Lift
- 10.16 Viscosity
- 10.17 Stokes’ Law
- 10.18 Viscosity and Stokes’ Law: Numericals
- 10.19 Reynolds Number
- 10.20 Surface Tension: Concept Explanation

#### 11 Thermal Properties of Matter

- Temperature and Heat
- 14.02 Measurement of Temperature
- 11.03 Ideal-Gas Equation and Absolute Temperature
- 11.04 Thermal Expansion - I
- 11.05 Thermal Expansion - II
- 11.06 Ideal Gas Equation: Numericals
- 11.07 Specific Heat Capacity
- 11.08 Specific Heat Capacity: Numericals
- 11.09 Calorimetry
- 11.10 Change of State: Solid to Liquid
- 11.11 Change of State: Liquid to Gas
- 11.12 Triple Point
- 11.13 Latent Heat
- 11.14 Change of State: Numericals
- 11.15 Heat Transfer: Conduction
- 11.16 Heat Transfer: Convection
- 11.17 Heat Transfer: Radiation
- 11.18 Heat Transfer: Numericals
- 11.19 Newton’s Law of Cooling - I
- 11.20 Newton’s Law of Cooling - II

#### 12 Thermodynamics

- 12.01 Thermodynamics: Introduction
- 12.02 Thermal Equilibrium
- 12.03 Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
- 12.04 Heat, Internal Energy and Work
- 12.05 First Law of Thermodynamics
- 12.06 Specific Heat Capacity
- 12.07 Specific Heat Capacity of Water
- 12.08 Thermodynamic State Variables and Equation of State
- 12.09 Thermodynamic Processes: Quasi-Static Process
- 12.10 Thermodynamic Processes: Isothermal Process
- 12.11 Thermodynamic Processes: Adiabatic Process - I
- 12.12 Thermodynamic Processes: Adiabatic Process - II
- 12.13 Thermodynamic Processes: Isochoric, Isobaric and Cyclic Processes
- 12.14 Heat Engines
- 12.15 Refrigerators and Heat Pumps
- 12.16 Second Law of Thermodynamics
- 12.17 Reversible and Irreversible Process
- 12.18 Carnot Engine: Concept of Carnot Cycle
- 12.19 Carnot Engine: Work done and Efficiency
- 12.20 Carnot Engine: Carnot Theorem

#### 13 Kinetic Theory

- 13.01 Kinetic Theory of Gases: Introduction
- 13.02 Assumptions of Kinetic Theory of Gases
- 13.03 Behaviour of Gases - I
- 13.04 Behaviour of Gases- II
- 13.05 Behaviour of Gases- III
- 13.06 Behaviour of Gases: Examples
- 13.07 Kinetic Theory of an Ideal Gas: Pressure of an Ideal Gas
- 13.08 Kinetic Interpretation of Temperature
- 13.09 Mean Velocity, Mean square velocity and R.M.S. Velocity
- 13.10 Kinetic Interpretation of Temperature: Numericals
- 13.11 Degrees of Freedom
- 13.12 Law of Equipartition of Energy
- 13.13 Specific Heat Capacity of Monatomic gas
- 13.14 Specific Heat Capacity of Diatomic gas
- 13.15 Specific Heat Capacity of Polyatomic gas
- 13.16 Specific heat capacities of Solids and Liquids
- 13.17 Mean Free Path

#### 14 Oscillations

- 14.01 Introduction to Oscillatory Motion
- 14.02 Periodic and Oscillatory Motion
- 14.03 Period and Frequency of Oscillation
- 14.04 Displacement in Oscillatory Motion
- 14.05 Simple Harmonic Motion
- 14.06 Terms Related to Simple Harmonic Motion
- 14.07 Simple Harmonic Motion and Uniform Circular Motion
- 14.08 Velocity and Acceleration in Simple Harmonic Motion
- 14.09 Force Law for Simple Harmonic Motion
- 14.10 Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion - I
- 14.11 Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion - II
- 14.12 Oscillation due to Spring
- 14.13 The Simple Pendulum
- 14.14 Angular acceleration, Angular frequency and Time period of Simple Pendulum
- 14.15 Damped Simple Harmonic Motion
- 14.16 Forced Oscillations and Resonance - I
- 14.17 Forced Oscillations and Resonance - II
- 14.18 Simple Harmonic Motion: Numericals

#### 15 Waves

- 15.01 What are Waves?
- 15.02 Importance of Waves
- 15.03 Types of Waves
- 15.04 Characteristics of Wave Motion
- 15.05 Transverse Waves
- 15.06 Longitudinal Waves
- 15.07 Displacement Equation of Progressive Wave
- 15.08 Important terms in wave motion -I
- 15.09 Important terms in wave motion -II
- 15.10 Equation of a progressive wave: Numerical
- 15.11 The Speed of the Travelling Wave
- 15.12 The Speed of a Transverse Wave
- 15.13 The Speed of a Longitudinal Wave
- 15.14 Comparison of speed of waves in Solid, Liquid and Gases
- 15.15 The Principle of Superposition of Waves
- 15.16 Interference
- 15.17 Reflection of Waves
- 15.18 Standing Waves or Stationary Waves
- 15.19 Normal Modes of Standing Waves - I
- 15.20 Normal Modes of Standing Waves - II