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B.M.

SHARMAS
PHYSICS

XI PHYSICS LECTURE
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Basic differentiation
BASIC MATHS

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Simple example of differentiation

Maxima and minima of a function
Simple integration
Types of vector
VECTOR

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Subtraction of vector
Position vector
Displacement vector
Scalar quantity

VECTOR

VECTOR

VECTOR

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Resultant vector using law of vector

Problem associated with it.
Problem associated with resultant vector addition and subtraction of
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vector
Scalar product or dot product
Problem associated with resultant vector scalar product and cross
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product
Use of dimension formula
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Deriving the expression for same well known physical quantities

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GRAPHS

graph plotting

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graph plotting

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BASIC MATHS

concepts of differentiation

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Basic mathematics integration

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KINEMATICS

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Problem discussion motion in one dimension, diatnce time graphs and 1:23:21
accleration time graphs
Graphs kinematics

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KINEMATICS

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Theory and problem discusions of Relative Velocity

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RELATIVE VELOCITY

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Continuation of rain umbrella problem , theory of velocity of 1:31:00

approach, introduction to theory of projectilesy

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PROJECTILE MOTION.

problems.

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Problem discusion of simple projectiles and theory and problem 1:31:17

discussion of projectiles on an inclined plane

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CIRCULAR MOTION

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LAWS OF MOTION

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of motion

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Block pulley system theory and problems (Laws of Motion)

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LAWS OF MOTION (STATIC EQM.) Discussing cases of static equilibrium theory and problems and few 1:26:28

other problems of laws of motion

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LAWS OF MOTION

Theory of pulley constraint problems and also wedge and block 1:32:23
constraint relation

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friction.

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Theory and problems related to frictional forces , theory of angle of 1:44:03

LAWS OF MOTION (FRICTION) friction

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L.O.M & FRICTION

Concept of inertial reference frame and pseudo forces, problem 1:41:18

discussion on angle of friction

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Problems of higher difficulty related to friction two or more blocks 1:32:42

sliding over each other concepts of spring , springs in series and
springs in parallel

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Circular motion, further problems related to particles attached to a 1:25:50

string, concept of banking of roads

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Concept of centripetal force and centrifugal force in circular motion

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34- concept of work , work done by a constant force, work done by a 1:49:22
variable force

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Work Done by Variable Force, work done in case of blocks sliding over each other with 1:44:44
frictional force acting between them,

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Conservative forces, work energy theorem and problems based on it

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Work energy problems relayed to spring, blacks , wedges and objects attached to 1:11:58
rope Work Power

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Concept of mechanical work and power and , problems related to it , potential 1:39:17
energy curve

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Difficult problems related to potential energy curve and then related to friction, 1:33:46
concept and problems of conservation of liner momentum conservative Mechanical
Power

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CENTER OF MASS

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CONSERVATION OF
LINEAR MOMENTUM &
ENERGY

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CENTER OF MASS
REDUCED MASS

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energy

Concept of reduced mass and related problem reduced mass

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WORK POWER & IMPULSE

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Difficult problems based on work and energy, concept of impulse, 1:38:13

Impulse and collision

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CENTER OF MASS

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COLLISIONS

Theory of Collision , elastic and inelastic collision and coefficient of 1:37:00

restitutions and problems related to it

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restitution

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Theory involving oblique collisions and problem discussions based on 0:34:30

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ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS

Theory of torque , theory of couple, problems discussions based on 1:14:44

rotational equilibrium

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Further discussions of problems based on rotational equilibrium, , 1:29:47

relationship between torque and moment of inertia

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Problem discussions based on Center of Mass

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MOMENT OF INERTIA

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Moment of inertia of bodies of different shapes, theorems of moment

applications of the theorems

ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS ROLLING Concept of rolling, concept of torque equation, problems involving 1:33:34

torque equations, rotational work and power, work energy theorem

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ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS

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discussion of difficult concepts of rolling, rolling under certain 1:44:27

constraints and direction , nature of friction force in various cases of
rolling

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ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS
ANGULAR MOMENTUM

Concept of angular momentum, torque equals rate of change of 1:55:04

angular momentum, spin angular momentum of disc, angular
impulse concept and associated problems

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DYNAMICS

Collision in rotation and translation , , kinetic energy for rotational 1:35:47

and translational motion, work done by force on a rigid body,
collision of a particle with a rigid body

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Problem discussion of typical problems of collisions involving rotational dynamics

GRAVITATION

law.

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law of gravitation.
How does one particle exert force on the other gravitation field intensity of field
strength.
Gravitational field strength due to a spherical shell of mass M.

Gravitational potential energy

Mechanical energy of an orbiting body.

Acceleration due to gravity

Escape velocity
A satellite orbiting around the earth.
Geostationary satellites.
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GRAVITATION

Gravitation potential energy.

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Variations in acceleration due to gravity with (i) altitude (ii) with depth.
Variation in g considering

rotating

Weightlessness and time period of rotation problems related to time period of

satellite and orbit radius of satellite
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GRAVITATION

A particle field from a bigger Star towards the surface of a smaller star a question 43:15
based on energy conservation.
Problem related to orbiting bodies and their relationship with other object and
bodies.
Questions related to orbital velocity and escape velocity
Case of collision of two satellites

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FLUID MECHANICS.

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Concepts of fluid mechanics, pressure variations, u tube manometer

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theory, monomeric equation

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Fluid statics and pressure , force acting on solid boundaries, 1:50:05

variations of liquid pressure acting on a wall,

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58 - fluids subjected to constant acceleration, case of a container 1:34:22

containing fluid coming down an inclined plane, liquids in rotation,
Archimedes principle 10-12-12

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Types of flow, uniform and non-uniform flow, continuity equation, 1:38:39

equation theory and problem discussion, potential
energy and velocity of efflux

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venturymeter, pitot tube Fluid dynamics 19-12-2012

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PROPERTIES OF MATTER

Problems related to

theorem

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Typical case of a vessel containing two layers of different liquids.

(property of matter)

Normal stress
Shearing stress or tangential stress
strains
Axial strains or longitudinal strain

Shearing strains
Stress strain diagram
curve
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PROPERTY OF MATTER

modules

modules

Stress strain diagram

Question related to forces being applied in rods made up of different
materials.

Analogous to springs with different spring constants

bulk modulus of elasticity
Energy stored in a deformed body
Problem related to it.

Surface tension defination

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PROPERTIES OF MATTER
(SURFACE TENSION)

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Surface tension: explanation of concept

Explanation of forces acting on a body which is resting on the liquid 1:24:16
surface.
Calculating surface tension using the drop

Surface energy.
Surface tension and surface energy& problems related to it.
Pressure difference between the two slides curved liquid surfaces.

Discussion of a soap bubble.

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PROPERTIES OF MATTER
PRESSURE & VISCOSITY

Excess pressure in a soap bubble

Problem related to capillary action.
Case of a joint air bubble

Angle of contact.
Inclined tube capillary tube.
Viscosity conceptual theory
Coefficient of viscosity

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PROPERTIES OF MATTER
VISCOSITY

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Viscosity concept

and non

fluids

Effect of temperature on viscosity

Viscosity versus sliding friction.
Similarities & dissimilarities.
law
Terminal velocity

S.H.M

Basic theory and concepts of S.H.M discussion of equation of S.H.M, concept 0:55:51
of phase and its use in S.H.M equation

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Circular motion and S.H.M, differential equation of S.H.M, kinetic energy and 1:48:21
potential energy of oscillating bodies, S.H.M of spring connected block,
solutions using energy method, problems of S.H.M involving block S.H.M

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S.H.M equation and concept of phase, problem discussion related to S.H.M

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Cases of spring block and pulley undergoing S.H.M and involving constraint 1:31:57
relations

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discussion of some difficult problems of S.H.M

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WAVES &
ACOUSTICS

What is wave motion, type of waves longitudinal waves. Wave function 1:55:12
problems related to it equation of sinusoidal travelling wave. Concept of phase
difference, velocity of a particle vibrating in the medium.

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Problems discussion based on equation of a wave, Wave Speed, Velocity of a 1:14:28

transverse wave in a tent string.
Energy of a plane progressive wave
Displacement and pressure waves.

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Intensity of the wave theory

Related problem discussion.
Intensity level of sound waves & sound level
Superposition of waves.
Constructive and destructive interference.

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Beats, Beats in sound, Formation of beats

Stationary waves,
Standing waves,
Position of nodes,
Position of antinodes,
Oscillations in strings and air columns. Harmonics
Resonance in air columns open at both ends.

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Fundamental tone or oscillation

First overtone
Closed orgen pipe
Resonance in air columns poen at both ends
Standing waves
Related problem discussion

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Revision of concept

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EFFECT
Taking case of speed of wind also
Discussion of questions related to Doppler effect

Some complicated problems when source and observer may be at different

angle rather than a straight line
Linear expansion
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THERMAL EXPANSION
Coefficient of linear expression.
Area expansion

Volume expansion
Effect of temperature on the time period of a pendulum
Thermal stress
Thermal strain
Effect of temperature on density.

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THERMAL EXPANSION

Thermal stress explained in great depth with suitable examples.

Apparent expansion of liquids
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74..CALORIMETRY

75..HEAT TRANSFER

Mechanical equivalent of heat

Specific heat
Heat capacity
Water equivalent
Principle of calorimetry
Latent heat
Of fusion
Of vaporization
Related problems
Method of heat transfer, Conduction, Convection, Radiation
Fundamental law of heat conduction. Electrical analogy for thermal conduction
Discussion with suitable example, Blackbody radiation, Absorptive power spectral
absorptive power, Emissivity
Spectral emissivity power
law
law of cooling.
Distribution of energy in the spectrum of black body.

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IDEAL GAS.

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Ideal gas law.

Isochoric process
Isobaric process
Isothermal process
Explained through suitable problem process for transferring energy.
Thermodynamically process

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FIRST LAW OF
THERMODYNAMICS

Adiabatic process, constant volume process, cyclic process

Degree of freedom

Parameters for a mixture of gases (law of equvipartition energy)

Equivalent specific heats

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FIRST LAW OF
THERMODYNAMICS

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