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Dynamics Extension
1.1 Introduction to Vectors
1.1.1 Vector Algebra
1.1.3 Problems
1.2 Force Vectors
1.2.1 Inclined Planes
1.3 Equilibrium
1.3.1 Translational Equilibrium
1.3.2 Rotational Equilibrium
1.3.3 Problems
2-D Motion
2.1 Projectiles
2.1.1 Objects Launched Horizon- tally
2.1.2 Objects Launched at an Angle
2.1.3 Problems
2.2 Simple Harmonic Motion
2.2.1 Conservation of Energy
2.2.2 Pendulum Motion
2.2.3 Problems
2.3 2D Collisions
2.3.1 Conservation of Momentum
2.3.2 Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
2.3.3 Problems
Planetary Motion
3.1 Uniform Circular Motion
3.1.1 Centripetal Acceleration
3.1.2 Centripetal “Force”
3.1.3 Centrifugal Force
3.1.4 Problems
3.2 Universal Gravitation
3.2.1 Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
3.2.2 Acceleration Due to Gravity
3.2.3 Satellite Motion
3.2.4 Kepler’s Laws
3.2.5 Problems
4.1 Static Electricity
4.1.1 Insulators and Conductors
4.1.2 Charging Objects
4.1.3 Electroscopes
4.1.4 Permanency of Charge
4.1.5 Problems
4.2 Forces and Fields
4.2.1 Coulomb’s Law
4.2.2 Electric Fields
4.2.3 Lines of Force
4.2.4 Gravitational Fields
4.2.5 Problems
4.3 Electric Potential
4.3.1 Electric Potential Energy
4.3.2 Electric Potential
4.3.3 Equipotential Lines
4.3.4 Problems
Electricity & Magnetism
5.1 Electric Current
5.1.1 Electrical Quantities
5.1.2 Ohm’s Law
5.1.3 Electrical Power
5.1.4 Problems
5.2 *Circuits
5.2.1 *Series Circuits
5.2.2 *Parallel Circuits
5.2.3 *Complex Circuits
5.2.4 *Kirchhoﬀ’s Rules
5.2.5 *Safety Devices
5.2.6 *Problems
5.3 Magnetism
5.3.1 Magnetic Fields
5.3.2 Electromagnetism
5.3.3 Force on a Wire
5.3.4 Force on a Charged Particle
5.3.5 Electric Motor
5.3.6 Problems
5.4 Induction
5.4.1 Induced EMF
5.4.2 Transformers
5.4.3 Electric Generators
5.4.4 Problems
6.1.3 Compton Eﬀect
6.1.4 de Broglie Hypothesis
6.1.5 Problems
6.2 Wave-Particle Duality
6.2.1 Historical Models of Light
6.2.2 Modern Theory of Light
6.2.3 Modern Theory of Particles
6.2.4 Implications
6.3 Models of the Atom
6.3.1 Atomic Spectra
6.3.2 Bohr Theory
6.3.3 Quantum Model
6.3.4 Fluorescence and Phosphores- cence
6.3.5 Problems
Nuclear Physics
7.1 The Nucleus
7.1.1 Structure
7.1.2 Mass Defect
7.1.3 Problems
7.2.1 Alpha Decay
7.2.2 Beta Decay
7.2.3 Gamma Decay
7.2.4 Half-lives
7.2.5 Problems
7.3.1 Nuclear Fission
7.3.2 Nuclear Reactors
7.3.3 Nuclear Fusion
7.3.4 Problems
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