**General**

- What Is Physics?
- Inclined Plane
- Tension In The String
- Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
- States Of Equilibrium
- Variation Of G-variation Of Acceleration Due To Gravity
- Types of Units
- Special Units
- Physics in Every Day Life
- Linear Motion Problems
- To Find The Volume Of The Given Cylinder Using Vernier Calipers
- Refractive Index Of Material of a Prism (I-D Curve Method)
- Units In Different Systems
- Numerical Problems-Bodies In Vertical Motion
- Units and Dimensions Multiple Choice Questions
- Units & Dimensions Q&A
- Surface Tension
- Transfer Of Heat- Old Is Gold

**Question/Answer**

- How is surface tension originated?
- Define coefficient of viscosity.
- Mention physical properties of liquid due surface tension.
- Why does boiling point of liquid rise on increasing pressure?
- Give reason
- What do you mean by boiling point and evaporation?
- What is the effect of temperature on ?
- The meniscus for mercury in a glass tube is concave downward. Explain.
- Why is a mercury droplet spherical?
- What is evaporation? How does it differ from boiling?
- Name the physical property behind rise of liquids in capillary tube.

**Unit one : Mechanics**

**Scalar And Vector**

- Introduction To Scalar and Vector
- Addition Of Vectors By Head to Tail Method (Graphical Method)
- Parallelogram Law Of Vector Addition
- Unit Vector-Free Vector-Position Vector-Null Vector
- Multiplication Of Two Vectors
- Multiplication & Division Of Vector By a Number (Scalar)
- Resolution Of Vector
- Addition Of Vectors By Rectangular Components Method
- Commutative Law And Associative Law Of Vector Addition
- Scalar Product
- Commutative Law For Dot Product
- Distributive Law For Dot Product
- Vector Product
- Area Of Parallelogram
- Vectors

**Kinematics**

- Definitions Of Kinematics
- Projectile Motion
- Maximum Velocity Of Projection
- Introduction To Kinematics
- Important Formulas Of Kinematics

**Laws Of Motion**

- Momentum
- Law Of Conservation Of Linear Momentum
- Elastic And Inelastic Collision
- Friction
- Angle Of Friction
- Relation Between Angle Of Friction And Angle Of Repose

**Work, Energy And Power**

**Circular Motion**

- Circular Motion-Angular Motion-Radian
- Angular Velocity-Angular Acceleration
- Relation Between Linear Velocity And Angular Velocity
- Couple Of Force

**Gravity And Gravitation**

- Gravitation
- Relation Between ‘g’ & ‘G’
- Variation Of g Due To Shape Of The Earth
- Variation Of ‘g’ Due To Height (Altitude)
- Variation Of ‘g’ Due To Depth
- Variation Of ‘g’ Due To Rotation Or Latitude
- Time Period – Centripetal Acceleration
- Mass Of Earth
- Black Hole

**Equilibrium**

**Simple Harmonic Motion**

- Simple Harmonic Motion
- Some Terms
- (Motion + Time Period) Of Simple Pendulum
- Motion Of a Mass Attached To Spring Is SHM
- Motion Of a Projection Along It’s Diameter Is SHM
- Instantaneous Velocity Of Projection
- Expression For Time Period
- Expression For Frequency

**Angular Momentum**

**Law Of Conservation Of Angular Momentum**

**Elasticity**

- Elasticity and Plasticity
- Stress
- Strain
- Elastic Limit
- Elastic After Effect
- Elastically Fatigue
- Elastic Hysteresis

**Unit Two : Heat And Thermodynamics**

- Heat
- System
- Scales Of Temperature
- To Prove P= NKT
- Show That The Average Translational Kinetic Energy Of The Molecules Of Gas Is Directly Proportional To Absolute Temperature
- Pressure-Volume Work
- Thermal Expansion
- Cubical Expansion
- Bimetallic Thermostat
- Specific Heat – Method Of Cooling
- Molar Specific Heat
- Molar Specific Heat At Constant Pressure
- Gas Pressure
- Kinetic Theory Of Gases
- First Law of Thermodynamics
- Isothermal Process
- Isochoric Process
- Second Law Of Thermodynamics
- Calorimetry
- Heat Capacity And Specific Heat Capacity
- Water Equivalent Of a Substance

**Unit Three : Geometrical Optics**

Unit Four : Electrostatics

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