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BI 652

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Text Book of Physics (2nd Edition)

Standard - XII

Author : Jadhav, Marathe.
Book ID : 652

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Contents

 

1.  Circular Motion  

 

1.1 Angular Displacement   

 

1.2 Angular Velocity 

 

1.3 Relation between Linear Velocity and Angular Velocity

 

1.4 Uniform Circular Motion

 

1.5 Radial Acceleration    

 

1.6 Centripetal and Centrifugal Force  

 

1.7 Banking of Roads 

 

1.8 Vertical Circular Motion     

 

1.9 Equation for Velocity and Energy at Different....  

 

1.10      Equations of Circular Motion 

 

2.  Gravitation

 

2.1 Newton's Law of Gravitation  

 

2.2 Projection of Satellite

 

2.3 Periodic Time of a Satellite 

 

2.4 Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion  

 

2.5 Binding Energy and Escape Velocity of a Satellite    

 

2.6 Weightlessness Condition in a Satellite  

 

2.7 Variation of Gravitational Acceleration  

 

2.8 Communication Satellite

 

3.  Rotational Motion

 

3.1 Moment of Inertia

 

3.2 K.E. of a Rotating Body

 

3.3 Physical Significance of M.I.

 

3.4 Radius of Gyration     

 

3.5 Torque acting on Rotating Body     

 

3.6 Principle of Parallel and Perpendicular Axes   

 

3.7 M.I. of Uniform Bodies 

 

3.8 Angular Momentum and Law of Conservation .....

 

4.  Oscillations     

 

4.1 Periodic Motion  

 

4.2 Simple Harmonic Motion (S.H.M)     

 

4.3 Differential Equation of Linear S.H.M.   

 

4.4 Projection of U.C.M. along a diameter as S.H.M.

 

4.5 Phase of S.H.M.  

 

4.6 Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy of S.H.M.  

 

4.7 Composition of two S.H.M. having same period....     

 

4.8 Simple Pendulum  

 

4.9 Angular S.H.M. and its differential equation   

 

4.10      A Magnet vibrating in Uniform Magnetic Induction     

 

5.  Elasticity 

 

5.1 Deformation

 

5.2 Elasticity 

 

5.3 Plasticity 

 

5.4 Stress and Strain

 

5.5 Hooke's law

 

5.6 Elastic Constants and their Relations    

 

5.7 Young's Modulus by Searle's method 

 

5.8 Behaviour of Wire under Constantly Increasing Load   

 

5.9 Work done in Stretching a Wire     

 

6.  Surface Tension  

 

6.1 S.T. on the Basis of Molecular Theory    

 

6.2 Surface Energy   

 

6.3 Surface Tension  

 

6.4 Angle of Contact 

 

6.5 Capillarity and Capillary Action   

 

6.6 Effect of Impurity and Temperature on Surface Tension 104

 

7.  Wave Motion

 

7.1 Simple Harmonic Progressive Waves  

 

7.2 Reflection of Transverse and Longitudinal Waves

 

7.3 Change of Phase during Reflection of Waves     

 

7.4 Superposition of Waves 

 

7.5 Formation of Beats     

 

7.6 Doppler's Effect 

 

8.  Stationary Waves 

 

8.1 Study of Vibrations in a Finite Medium   

 

8.2 Formation of Stationary Waves

 

8.3 Vibration of Air Column

 

8.4 Free and Forced Vibrations   

 

8.5 Resonance  

 

8.6 Experiments

 

9.  Kinetic Theory of Gases

 

9.1 Ideal gas  

 

9.2 Assumptions of Kinetic Theory of Gases   

 

9.3 Mean Free Path   

 

9.4 Expression for Pressure of a Gas   

 

9.5 Derivation of Boyle's Law    

 

9.6 Specific Heats of Gases

 

9.7 Internal and External Latent Heats 

 

10. Radiation  

 

10.1      Coefficient of Absorption, Reflection and Transmission     

 

10.2      Prevost's Theory of Heat Exchanges 

 

10.3      Emmisive Power and Emmisivity

 

10.4      Perfectly Black Body   

 

10.5      Black Body Radiation Spectrum

 

10.6      Kirchhoff's Law-of Radiation and Theoretical Proof   

 

10.7      Ritchie's experiment   

 

10.8      Stefan's Law     

 

10.9      Newton's Law of Cooling and Radiation correction     

 

10.10     Solar Constant and Surface Temperature of the Sun    

 

11. Wave Theory of Light   

 

11.1      Wave Theory of Light   

 

11.2      Huygen's Principle     

 

11.3      Construction of Plane and Spherical Wavefront  

 

11.4      Wavefront and Wavenormal     

 

11.5      Reflection at Plane Surface  

 

11.6      Refraction at a Plane Surface

 

11.7      Polarization     

 

11.8      Brewster's Law   

 

11.9      Nicol Prism

 

11.10     Polaroid   

 

12. Interference and Diffraction 

 

12.1      Introduction     

 

12.2      Conditions for Steady Interference Pattern     

 

12.3      Young's Experiment     

 

12.4      Analytical Treatment of Interference Bands     

 

12.5      Measurement of Wavelength by Biprism Experiment

 

12.6      Diffraction due to a Single Slit               

 

12.7      Rayleigh's Criteria of Limiting Resolution     

 

12.8      Resolving Power of a Microscope and Telescope  

 

12.9      Difference between Interference and Diffraction

 

13. Electrostatics   

 

13.1      Gauss's Theorem and its Applications     

 

13.2      Mechanical Force on Unit Area of a Charged Conductor 

 

13.3      Energy Density of the Medium 

 

13.4      Concept of a Condenser 

 

13.5      Capacity of a Parallel Plate Condenser   

 

13.6      Effect of Dielectrics on Capacity  

 

13.7      Energy of a Charged Condenser

 

13.8      Condensers in Series and in Parallel     

 

13.9      Van-de-graaf generator 

 

14. Current Electricity    

 

14.1      Kirchhoffs laws  

 

14.2      Wheatstone's Bridge    

 

14.3      Meter Bridge     

 

14.4      Potentiometer    

 

14.5      Thermoelectricity

 

14.6      Seebeck Effect, Peltier Effect and Thomson Effect    

 

14.7      Neutral and Inversion Temperature  

 

14.8      Construction and Uses of Thermocouple    

 

15. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current     

 

15.1      Ampere's Law and Its Applications  

 

15.2      Moving Coil Galvanometer     

 

15.3      Ammeter    

 

15.4      Voltmeter  

 

15.5      Sensitivity and Accuracy of M.C.G....    

 

15.6      Theory and Construction of Tangent Galvanometer

 

15.7      Sensitivity and Accuracy of Tangent Galvanometer     

 

15.8      Cyclotron  

 

16. Magnetism  

 

16.1      Magnetic Induction at any point due to short magnetic dipole

 

16.2      Magnetic Potential at any point due to a short....   

 

16.3      Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism and Ferromagnetism.....  

 

16.4      Curie Temperature

 

17. Electromagnetic Induction    

 

17.1      Laws of Electromagnetic Induction  

 

17.2      Eddy Currents    

 

17.3      Self Induction and Mutual Induction

 

17.4      Transformer

 

17.5      Coil rotating in Uniform Magnetic Induction    

 

17.6      Alternating Currents   

 

17.7      Reactance and Impedance

 

17.8      Power in A.C. Circuit with Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance

 

17.9      Resonant Circuits

 

18. Electrons and Photons  

 

18.1      Discovery of Electron  

 

18.2      Charge and Mass of Electron  

 

18.3      Photoelectric Effect   

 

18.4      Einstein's Equation    

 

18.5      Photoelectric cell and its Applications  

 

19. Atoms Molecules and Nuclei   

 

19.1      Bohr's Model     

 

19.2      Hydrogen Spectrum

 

19.3      Maser and Laser as Light Sources   

 

19.4      de Broglie hypothesis  

 

19.5      Wavelength of an electron    

 

19.6      Davisson and Germer experiment     

 

19.7      The Electron Microscope

 

20. SEMICONDUCTORS   

 

20.1      Energy Bands in Solids 

 

20.2      Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors   

 

20.3      p-type and n-type Semiconductor    

 

20.4      p-n Junction diode     

 

20.5      Rectifiers 

 

20.6      Zener diode as a Voltage Regulator 

 

20.7      Solar Cell 

 

20.8      LED - Light Emitting Diodes  

 

20.9      Transistor as an Amplifier   

 

20.10     Oscillators

 

20.11     Logic Gates

 

21. Communication    

 

21.1      Space Communication    

 

21.2      Ground, Sky, Space Wave Propagation

 

21.3      Satellite Communication

 

21.4      Applications of Remote Sensing     

 

21.5      Line Communication     

 

21.6      Two Wire Line    

 

21.7      Cables     

21.8      Optical Communication  

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