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**TOPICS**

**Physical World****Work, Energy and Power****Thermal Properties of Matter****Units and Measurement****System of Particles and Rotational Motion****Thermodynamics****Motion in a Straight Line****Motion in a Plane****Kinetic Theory****Gravitation****Laws of Motion****Oscillation****Mechanical Properties of Solids****Waves****Mechanical Properties of Fluids**

1.A. What is Physics?

1.B. Scope and excitement of Physics

1.C. Physics technology and society

1.D. Fundamental forces in nature

1.E. Nature of Physical laws

2.B. Work

2.C. Kinetic energy

2.D. Work done by a variable force

2.E. Work energy theorem for variable force

2.F. Concept of potential energy

2.G. Conservation of mechanical energy

2.H. Vertical circular motion

2.I. Potential energy of spring

2.J. Various forms of energy

2.H. Law of conservation of energy

2.I. Power

2.J. Collisions: In one dimension and two dimension (elastic and non elastic)

3.B. Measurement of temperature

3.C. Ideal gas equation and absolute temperature

3.D. Thermal expansion

3.E. Specific heat capacity

3.F. Calorimetry

3.G. Change of state: boiling point

3.H. Change of state: melting point

3.I. Latent heat

3.J. Heat transfer: Conduction

3.K. Convection

3.L. Radiation

3.M. Black Body and Black Body Radiation

3.N. Black Body Radiation – Wein’s displacement Law

3.O. Black Body Radiation: Stefan Boltzmann law

3.P. Newton’s law of cooling

4.B. Measurement of length

4.C. Measurement of mass

4.D. Measurement of time

4.E. Accuracy and precision of measurements and errors in measurement

4.F. Absolute error, relative error and percentage error

4.G. Combination of errors

4.H. Significant figures

4.I. Dimension of physical quantity, dimension formula and equation

4.J. Dimensional analysis and application

5.B. Center of mass

5.C. Motion of center of mass

5.D. Linear momentum of system of particle

5.E. Vector product of two vectors

5.F. Angular velocity and its relation with linear velocity

5.G. Torque

5.H. Angular momentum

5.I. Torque and angular momentum of system, law of conservation of angular momentum

5.J. Equilibrium of rigid body

5.K. Moment of inertia

5.L. Theorems of perpendicular and parallel axes

5.M. Kinematics of rotational motion around a fixed axis

5.N. Dynamics of rotational motion about a fixed axis

5.O. Angular momentum in case of rotation about fixed axis

5.P. Rolling motion

6.B. Heat, energy and work

6.C. First law of thermodynamics

6.D. Thermodynamic state variable and equation of state

6.E. Thermodynamic process

6.F. Heat engines

6.G. Refrigerator and heat pump

6.H. Second law of thermodynamics

6.I. Reversible and irreversible processes

6.J. Carnot’s engine

7.B. Average velocity and average

7.C. Instantaneous velocity and speed

7.D. Acceleration

7.E. Uniformly accelerated motion

7.F. Relative velocity

8.B. Position and displacement vectors

8.C. Equality of vectors

8.D. Multiplication of vector by real number

8.E. Addition and subtraction of vector: graphical method

8.F. Resolution of vectors

8.G. Vector addition- analytical method

8.H. Vector and scalar product

8.I. Motion in a plane with constant acceleration

8.J. Relative velocity in two dimension

8.K. Projectile motion

8.L. Uniform circular motion

9.B. Behavior of gases

9.C. Kinetic theory of gases: Assumptions

9.D. Kinetic theory of an ideal gas: Pressure of an ideal gas

9.E. Kinetic interpretation of temperature

9.F. Law of equi-partition of energy

9.G. Avogadro’s constant

9.H. Mean free path

10.B. Universal law of gravitation

10.C. The gravitational constant

10.D. Acceleration due to gravity of earth

10.E. Acceleration due to gravity above and below the earths surface

10.F. Gravitational potential energy

10.G. Escape speed

10.H. Earth satellite

10.I. Energy of an orbiting satellite

10.J. Weightlessness

11.B. Law of inertia

11.C. Newton’s first law of motion

11.D. Newton’s second law of motion and momentum

11.E. Newton’s third law of motion

11.F. Conservation of momentum

11.G. Equilibrium of a particle

11.H. Static and kinetic friction

11.I. Law of friction

11.J. Rolling friction

11.K. Circular motion

11.L. Solving problems in mechanics

12.B. Simple harmonic motion

12.C. Simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion

12.D. Velocity and acceleration in simple harmonic motion

12.E. Force law for simple harmonic motion

12.F. Energy in simple harmonic motion

12.G. Some systems executing simple harmonic motion: oscillation due to spring

12.H. The simple pendulum

12.I. Damped simple harmonic motion

12.J. Forced oscillation and resonance

13.B. Stress and strain

13.C. Hooke’s law and the stress strain curve

13.D. Elastic moduli: Young’s modulus

13.E. Shear modulus

13.F. Bulk modulus

13.G. Elastic energy

13.H. Application of elastic behavior of materials

14.B. Displacement relation in a progressive wave

14.C. Period angular frequency and frequency

14.D. Speed of travelling wave

14.E. Principle of superposition of waves

14.F. Reflection of waves

14.G. Standing waves and normal modes

14.H. Beats

14.I. Doppler effect

15.B. Pascal’s law, variation of pressure with depth

15.C. Atmospheric pressure and Gauge pressure

15.D. Hydraulic machines

15.E. Streamline flow

15.F. Bernouli’s principle

15.G. Speed of efflux, Venturimeter

15.H. Dynamic lift

15.I. Viscosity

15.J. Reynold’s number

15.K. Surface tension

15.L. Surface energy

15.M. Pressure in drop and bubbles, Capillary rise

15.N. Detergents and surface tension