# PHYSICS 11th

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Contents
1.Measurements
1.1 Need for Measurements
1.2 Units for Measurement
1.3 System of Units
1.4 S.I. Units
1.5 Fundamental and Derived Units
1.6 Dimensional Analysis
1.7 Order of Magnitude and Significant Figures
1.8 Accuracy and Errors in Measurement
2. Scalars and Vectors
2.1 Addition and Subtraction of Vectors
2.2 Product of Vectors
3. Projectile Motion
3.1 Uniformly Accelerated Motion along a Straight Line
3.2 Velocity - Time Graph
3.3 Equation of the Path of a Projectile
3.4 Time of Flight
3.5 Horizontal Range
3.6 Maximum Height
4. Force
4.1 Types of Forces
4.2 General Idea of Gravitation Electromagnetic
4.3 Law of Conservation of Momentum
4.4 Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
4.5 Inertial and Non-Inertial Frames
4.6 Moment of Force
4.7 Couple and Properties of Couple
4.8 Centre of Mass
4.9 Centre of Gravity
4.10 Condition for Rotational Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
5. Friction in Solids and Liquids
5.1 Origin and Nature of Frictional Forces
5.2 Laws of Static Friction
5.3 Laws of Kinetic Friction
5.4 Pressure due to Fluid Column
5.5 Pascal's Law and its Applications
5.6 Effect of Gravity On Fluid Pressure
5.7 Viscosity
5.8 Stream Line Flow
5.9 Turbulent Flow
5.10 Viscous Force
5.11 Newton's Law of Viscosity and Coefficient of Viscosity
5.12 Stoke's Law
5.13 Equation for Terminal Velocity
5.14 Reynolds Number
5.15 Bernoulli's Principle and its Applications
6. Sound Waves
6.1 Waves and Oscillations
6.2 Progressive Waves
6.3 Characteristics of Transverse Waves
6.4 Characteristics of Longitudinal Waves
6.5 Sound As A Longitudinal Wave Motion
6.6 Relationship Between Velocity (Speed) Wavelength and Frequency
6.7 Newton's Formula for Velocity of Sound
6.8 Laplace's Correction
6.9 Musical Sound and Noise
6.10 Musical Scales
7. Thermal Expansion
7.1 Expansion of Solids
7.2 Linear Expansion
7.3 Areal and Volume Expansion
7.4 Expansion of Fluids
7.5 Thermal Conduction
7.7 Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity
8. Refraction of Light
8.1 Refraction of Monochromatic Light
8.2 Snell's Law
8.3 Total Internal Reflection
8.4 Critical Angle
8.5 Optical Fibre
8.6 Dispersion of Light
8.7 Prism Formula
8.8 Angular Dispersion and Dispersive Power
8.9 Rainbow
8.10 Scattering of Light
8.11 Blue Colour of Sky
8.12 Colour of Sun At Sunrise and Sunset
9. Lens
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Refraction At Single Spherical Surface
9.3 Len's Equation
9.4 Conjugate Focii
9.5 Magnifying Power of Simple Microscope
9.6 Magnifying Power of Compound Microscope
9.7 M.P. of A Telescope
9.8 Lens Defects
10. Electrostatics
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Frictional Electricity
10.3 Charges and Their Conservation
10.4 Coulomb's Law and Dielectric Constant
10.5 Forces Between Multiple Electric Charges
10.6 Principle of Superposition of Forces
10.7 Continuous Charge Distribution
10.8 Concept of Charge Density
10.9 Electric Intensity Due To Point Charge
10.10 Electric Potential At A Point Due To Point Charge.
10.11 Relation Between Electric Intensity and Electric Potential
10.12 Potential Difference
10.13 Electron Volt
10.14 Electric Lines of Force
11. Current Electricity
11.1 Ohm's Law
11.2 Resistance
11.3 Specific Resistance
11.4 Temperature Dependence of Resistance
11.5 Thermistor
11.6 Colour Code for Carbon Resistors
11.7 E.M.F of The Cell and Internal Resistance of A Cell
11.8 Work Done By Electric Current
11.9 Power in Electric Circuit
12. Magnetic Effect of Electric Current
12.1 Biot Savart's Law
12.2 Right Hand Rule
12.3 Magnetic Induction at the Centre of Circular
12.4 Magnetic Induction at a Point along the Axis
12.5 Force Acting on a Conductor Carrying
12.6 Fleming's Left Hand Rule
12.7 Force between two Conductors Placed Parallel
12.8 Definition of Ampere
13. Magnetism
13.1 Origin of Magnetism due to Moving Charges
13.2 Magnetic Dipole and a Circular Coil Carrying a Current
13.3 Magnetic Dipole Moment
13.4 Torque Acting on a Magnet
13.5 Tangent Law
13.6 Magnetic Induction due to Magnetic Dipole
14. Electromagnetic Waves
14.1 Electromagnetic Waves
14.2 Transverse Nature of EM Waves
14.3 Electromagnetic Spectrum
14.4 Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves in Atmosphere

• Phase Junior College

• Stream Science

• Standard/Year 11th

• Medium English

• Board/University Maharashtra State Board

• Subject Physics

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