- Units and Measurements NCERT Solutions
- Units and Measurements Assignment (Download PDF)
- Dimensional analysis worksheet
- dimensional analysis practice problems

- Distance and displacement
- Position of particle
- Average velocity and speed
- Instantaneous velocity and speed
- Acceleration
- Kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated Motion
- Free fall acceleration
- Relative velocity
- Kinematics Sample Problems and Solutions
- One dimensional motion problems with solution
- Motion graphs worksheet with Answer

- Motion in a straight line NCERT solutions
- Motion in one dimension Practice Paper
- Acceleration Practice Questions

- Vectors in Physics
- Two Dimensional Motion
- Motion in a plane with constant acceleration
- Relative Velocity in two dimension
- Projectile Motion
- Uniform circular motion
- Motion in three dimensions

- Newton's Laws of Motion
- Newton's First law of Motion
- Inertia and Mass
- Newton's second law of motion
- Newton's third law of motion
- Applying Newton's law of motion
- Inertial frame of Reference
- Fictitious Forces
- Laws of Motion examples

- Force of Friction
- Static Friction
- Kinetic Friction
- Rolling Friction
- Angle of Friction
- Force of Friction examples problem with solutions

- Linear Momentum
- Impulse and Momentum
- Conservation of Linear momentum
- Recoil Velocity of the Gun
- Motion of the system with varying mass(Rocket)
- Linear Momentum Problems with Solutions

- Laws of Motion Multiple Choice Questions
- Laws of Motion Numericals
- Friction Multiple Choice Questions
- Friction Objective type Questions
- Friction Numericals
- Linear Momemtum Multiple Choice Questions
- Linear Momemtum Numericals
- Linear Momemtum Passage type
- Linear Momemtum Objective Type

- Work done Formula
- Work done by variable force
- Kinetic energy
- Work Energy theorem
- Potential energy
- Potential energy of the spring
- Conservative Forces
- Mechanical Energy and Conservation
- Power definition
- Law of Conservation of energy

- Center of Mass
- Velocity of centre of mass
- Acceleration of centre of mass
- Kinetic energy of the system of particles
- Linear Momentum of System of particles
- Center Of Mass Frame of Reference
- Center of Mass Problems with Solutions

- Rotational Motion
- Angular velocity
- Angular acceleration
- Rotation with constant angular acceleration
- Kinetic energy of Rotation
- Calculation of moment of inertia
- Parallel Axis Theorem|Theorems of Moment of Inertia
- Perpendicular Axis Theorem
- Torque
- work and power in rotational motion
- Angular acceleration
- Relationship between Angular momentum and torque
- Conservation of Angular momentum
- Radius of gyration
- Rolling Motion & Kinetic Energy of rolling bodies
- Rotational Motion problems with solutions

- CBSE Rotational motion Questions(PDF download)
- CBSE Rotational Worksheet(PDF download)
- CBSE Moment of Inertia Problems(PDF download)

- Introduction
- Kepler's Law
- Universal law of gravitation
- Acceleration due to gravity of earth
- Acceleration due to gravity below and above earth surface

- Assignment 1
- Gravitation Practice Problems(PDF)
- Gravitation Numerical Questions(PDF)
- CBSE Gravitation conceptual Questions(PDF)

- Introduction
- Stress
- Strain
- Hook's Law
- Elastic Modulus
- Poison's Ratio
- Stress-Strain Diagram
- Solved Examples

- Concept of Heat and Temperature
- Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
- Measurement of temperature
- Ideal Gas Equation and Absolute Temperature
- Thermal Expansion
- Thermal stress
- Specific Heat Capacity
- Calorimetry
- Change of phases & Latent Heat
- Solved Examples

- Heat Transfer
- Heat Conduction
- Thermal Conductivity
- Thermal resistance and conductance
- Convection heat transfer
- Radiation and Black Body Radiation
- Stefan Boltzmann law
- Nature of thermal Radiation & Wien Displacement law
- Kirchoff's law of Radiation
- Newton's Law of Cooling

- Thermal Properties of Matter Problems
- Thermal Properties Multiple Choice of Questions
- Thermal Expansion and Thermal Stress Questions
- Heat Transfer Problems
- Heat Transfer Multiple Choice Questions

- Introduction
- Concept of Heat
- P-V Indicator Digram
- Work done by Gas in volume changes
- Internal Energy
- First Law of Thermodynamics
- Specific Heat Capacity of Ideal GAS
- Thermodynamic Processes
- Quasi static Processes
- Isothermal Process
- Adiabatic Process
- Isochoric process
- Isobaric process
- Cyclic process
- Work done in Isothermal process
- Work done in an Adiabatic process
- Heat Engine and efficiency
- Principle of a Refrigerator
- Second law of thermodynamics
- Reversibility and irreversibility
- Carnot's Heat Engine
- Carnot Theorem
- Solved Examples

- Thermodynamics Questions
- Thermodynamics Multiple Choice Questions
- P-V diagram Problems and Solutions
- Carnot Cycle Problems

- Molecular nature of matter
- Behaviour Of Gases
- Kinetic Theory of an ideal gas
- Pressure of gas
- Kinetic interpretation of temperature
- Law of Equipartition of energy
- Specific Heat Capacity Of Gases
- Specific heat Capacity of Solids
- Mean free Path
- Solved examples

- Periodic Motion
- Simple Harmonic Motion
- Equation of SHM
- Characteristics of SHM
- Velocity of SHM
- Acceleration of SHM
- Total Energy of SHM
- Motion of a body suspended from a spring
- Simple pendulum
- The compound pendulum
- Damped Oscillations
- Driven or Forced Harmonic oscillator

- Electric Charge , Basic properties of electric charge and Frictional Electricity
- Electrical and electrostatic force
- Coulomb's law and coulombs law in vector form
- Principle Of Superposition
- Electric Field & Calculation of Electric Field
- Electric Field Lines
- Electric Flux
- Electric Dipole and dipole moment

- Introduction
- Electric field due to continuous charge distributions
- Gauss's Law
- Applications of Gauss's Law
- Derivation of Coulomb's Law
- Electric field due to line charge
- Electric field due to charged solid sphere
- Electric field due to an infinite plane sheet of charge

- Introduction
- Electric potential energy
- Electric Potential
- Electric potential due to a point charge
- Relation between electric fields and electric potential
- Equipotential surfaces
- Potential due to an electric dipole
- Work done in rotating an electric dipole in an electric field
- Potential energy of dipole placed in uniform electric field

- Introduction
- Calculation of capacitance
- Parallel plate capacitor
- Cylindrical capacitor
- Spherical capacitor
- Capacitors in series and parallel combinations
- Energy stored in a capacitor
- Effect of Dielectric

- Introduction
- Electric current and Current density
- Drift Velocity
- Relation between drift velocity and electric current
- Ohm's Law and Resistance
- Resistivity and conductivity
- variation of resistivity with temperature
- Current Voltage relations
- Colour code of carbon resistors
- Combination of Resistors

- Introduction
- ElectroMotive Force(emf)
- Internal Resistance of Battery (or cell)
- Electric Energy and Power
- Kirchoff's Rules
- The junction Rule (or point rule)
- The Loop Rule (or Kirchoff's Voltage Law)
- Grouping of the cell's
- Meter bridge (slide wire bridge)
- Potentiometer
- Comparison of EMF's of two cells using potentiometer
- Determination of internal resistance of the cell

- Introduction
- Heating effect of current
- Thermo-electricity
- See-beck effect
- variation of thermo-emf with temperature
- Peltier Effect
- Thomson effect
- Applications of thermo-electricity or thermo-electric effect

- Electric Current and resistance MCQ
- Electric Current and resistance Numericals
- Electric Current and resistance Link Comprehension type
- EMF and Electric Measurement MCQ
- EMF and Electric Measurement Problems
- EMF and Electric Measurement Link Comprehension type

- Introduction
- The Magnetic Field
- Lorentz Force
- Motion of Charged Particle in The Magnetic Field
- Cyclotron
- Magnetic force on a current carrying wire
- Torque on a current carrying rectangular loop in a magnetic field

- Introduction
- Biot Savart Law
- Comparison between Coulomb's laws and Biot Savart laws
- Applications of Biot Savart law
- Magnetic Field due to steady current in an infinitely long straight wire
- Force between two long and parallel current carrying conductor
- Magnetic Field along axis of a circular current carrying coil
- Magnetic Field at the center of a current carrying arc
- Ampere's circuital law
- Magnetic field of a solenoid
- Magnetic Field of a toriod

- Introduction
- Intensity of Magnetization
- Magnetic Field strength
- Magnetic Susceptibility
- Magnetic permeability
- Phenomenological classification
- Main Effects of external Field
- concept of ferromagnetism
- Hysteresis

- Introduction
- Faraday's experiment
- Magnetic Flux
- Faradays law of electromagnetic induction
- Direction of Induced EMF: Lenz's Law
- Explanation of lenz's law
- Motional EMF
- Induced Electric Fields

- Introduction
- Self Inductance
- Self induction of a long solenoid
- Energy in an inductor
- Growth and decay of current in L-R circuit
- The R-C circuit
- The L-C circuit
- Mutual Inductance
- Mutual Inductance of two co-axial solenoids
- Relation between Mutual inductance and self inductance

- Introduction
- Alternating current and Alternating EMF
- Average or mean current
- Root Mean square value of AC
- Phasor diagram
- A.C through pure resistor
- A.C through pure inductor
- AC through pure capacitor
- Circuit containing inductance and resistance in series
- Circuit containing capacitance and resistance in series
- LCR series circuit

- Introduction
- Wave fronts and rays
- Huygens's principle
- Reflection of and Refraction of plane waves using Huygens's principle
- Principle of Superposition of waves
- Interference of light waves
- Coherent Sources
- Conditions for sustained interference of light waves
- Young Double slit experiment
- Theory of interference fringes
- Displacement of fringes

- Introduction
- Fraunhofer Diffraction by single slit
- Resolving power
- Polarization of light
- Vibrations in unpolarized and polarized light
- Polarization of reflection
- polarization by scattering
- Diffraction and polarization of light
- Law of Malus
- Brewster's law

- Introduction
- Properties of radioactive decay
- The alpha rays(particles)
- The beta rays(particles)
- The Gamma rays
- Law of radioactive Decay
- Half Life
- Mean Life
- Unit of activity
- Alpha decay
- β Decay
- γ Decay

- Introduction
- Action of transistor
- Transistor circuit configuration and transistor characteristics
- Common emitter transistor configuration

Class 12 Maths Class 12 Physics

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