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Foundation for IIT Part1
Chapter 1 : Basic Maths (1) : Vectors
Direction of Physical Quantities Vector and Scalar; Representation of Vectors By Symbol, By Arrow; Position Vector Need for Coordinate System; Distance & Displacement
Mathematics of Vectors Equality of Vectors, Translation of Vector, Angle between Vectors, Multiplication by Scalar, Addition of Vectors, Collinear Vectors, Triangle Law, Parallelogram Law; Examples on Addition
Addition more than 2 Vectors Polygon Law, Examples; What is Vector ; Subtraction of Vectors Displacement vector
Elementary Maths
Unit Vectors, Special Unit Vectors, Â Some maths for next section; Resolution of Vectors Examples,Resolution in all Quadrants, Examples
Addition & Sub using Unit Vectors; 3 D Vectors; Product of Vectors Scalar Product, Scalar Product using Unit Vectors; Vector Product / Cross Product
Chapter 2 : Basic Maths (2) : Calculus
Delta, Concept of Infinity, Time Instant & Interval, Rate of Change, Position, Velocity
Fundamental Idea of Differentiation Contant Multiplication Rule, Sum/Difference Rule
Trigonometric functions, Log function, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Chain Rule
Integration Formulas of Integration, Use of Integration
Chapter 3 : Unit and Measurement
Unit, History of Unit of LenghtMetre, Properties of a Good Unit
Concept of Derived Units, Fundamental Physics Quantities, Choice of Fundamental Physics Quantities, Prefix of Units
Unitless Derived Quantities, Supplementary Quantities, Systems of Unit, Unit Conversion
Dimensional Analysis, Dimension and Unit, Dimensionless Quantities
Principle of Homogeneity
Dimensionally Correct/Incorrect Equations, Use of Dimensional Analysis
Chapter 4 : Motion (1) : Straight Line Motion
Meaning of Dimension; Position; Â Distance & Displacement
Average Speed & Velocity; Instantaneous Speed & Velocity
Photo Diagram; Acceleration Direction of acceleration, Conceptual Examples
Constant Acceleration; Equations of constant acceleration
Average Velocity examples and concepts; Â Reaction Time
Free Fall under Gravity
Tangent & Chord; Slope of Line Slope of Chord & Tangent; Meaning of x/t graph; Meaning of v/t graph; Meaning of a/t graph
Chapter 5 : Motion (2) : Two Dimensional Motion
Projectile on Level Ground Time of Flight, Max. Height, Â Range
Projectile on Level Ground Time of Flight, Max. Height, Â Range
Not gndgnd projectile Ex: Horizontal proj. from tower, Ex: Upward proj. from tower, Ex: Downward proj. from tower, Ex: Wind; Angle related problems; Â Dot product examples
Chapter 6 : Motion (3) : Relative Motion
Reference Frame Changing Reference Frame, Fluttering of Flag; Problem Solving (1D), Ex2, Distance of Closest Approach
Relative Motion in 2D Distance of Closest Approach (2D), Ex 1 & theory
Free Fall & Relative Motion Ex 1 & theory, Ex 2 & theory
Throwing object from moving body Theory
Chapter 7 : Newton's Laws of Motion
Force, Newton's Laws(1st Law, 2nd Law, Â 3rd Law, Gravitational Force)
Normal Reaction, Free Body Diagram(F.B.D), Normal on cricular bodies, Mass and Weight
Tension Force(Ideal Pulley, Clamp Force), Â Internal & External Force, Heavy Rope
Spring Force(Sudden Change, Series and ParallelCutting of Spring)
Inertia and NonIntertial Frames(Pseudo Force), Example on ActionReactin Pair, Monkey Problem
Chapter 8 : Friction
Kinetic friction Theory Theory, Angle of friction
Static friction Theory based on Example 2, Direction of friction Theory
Some advanced examples
Chapter 9 : Circular Motion
Ex on average acc.; Angular variables theory Theory with examples, Angular variables in arbitarry motion, Ref. frame and ex
Uniform Circular Motion; Centripetal Force
Chapter 10 : Work Energy Power
Work & its calculation Point 1, Point 2, Point 3, Point 4, Pt 5: point of application of force, Pt 6: reference frame, Pt 7: variable force, Pt 8: area under F, S curve, Workdone on curved path
Workdone by mg force Workdone by kinetic friction, Workdone by spring force, Conservative & Nonconservative Force
Work Energy Theorem Derivation, Basic examples, Basic examples of spring, Advanced examples of spring, WE th in noninertial frame, WE th and time
Energy Potential Energy, Gravitational Potential Energy, Elastic Potential Energy, Conservation of Mechanical Energy; Potential Energy of Chain; Potential Energy & Reference Frame
Chapter 11 : Momentum
Introduction; Conservation of Momentum
Impulsive Force  Characteristics of Impulsive Force
Momentum Conservation in Presence of External Force  Two Steps Problems
Questions involving Momentum & W  E Theorem
Collision  Head  on Collision  Special Cases of Head  on Collision
Oblique Collision
Collision of Ball with Flat Surface
Chapter 12 : Center of Mass
Introduction; Finding Center of Mass by Replacement Method; Finding CM of Plate with Hole
Chapter 13 : Rotational Motion
Rigid Body  Motion of Rigid Body; Axis of Rotation
Vector Product/ Cross Product; Torque
Couple; Principle of Moments
Chapter 14 : Gravitation
Introduction, Universal Law of Gravitation, Gravitational Force due to Hollow Sphere, Gravitational Force due to Solid Sphere
Acceleration due to Gravity, Rotation of Earth
Chapter 15 : Mechanical Properties of Solids
Rigid body,Strain,Stress,Hook's Law,Question and Answer
Chapter 16 : Thermal Expansion
Linear Expansion; Second's Pendulum; Bimetallic Strip; Expansion of Hole; Thermal Stress
Areal/Superficial Expansion; Volume Expansion; Thermal Expansion of Liquid; Measurement of Temperature; Anomalous Expansion of Water
Chapter 17 : Heat and Calorimetry
Internal Energy; Heat Energy; Thermal Equilibrium; Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics; Specific Heat Capacity; Latent Heat
Mixing of Substances; Water Equivalent; Units; Calorimeter; Melting Point and Boiling Point; Sublimation
Chapter 18 : Kinetic Theory of Gases
Uses of Gases,Model of Gas,Postulates of Kinetic Theory of Gases,Ideal Gas,Mean free Path,Maxwell's speed distribution,Question and Answer
Kinetic Theory of Gases 1
Kinetic Theory of Gases 1
Volume,Pressure of Gases, Derivation of pressure,Kinetic Enegy, Temperature,Ideal Gas Equation,Question and Answer
Gas Laws,Internal energy of Gas,Degree of Freedom,Degree of Freedom of Monoatomic Gas,Diatomic Gas,Question and Answer.
Chapter 19 : Thermodynamics
State Variable; State Equation; Thermodynamic Process; Process Equation & Graph; Cyclic Process; Quasistatic Process; Workdone by Gas  Work in Cyclic Process, Work in Quasistatic Process
Heat  Work Equivalence; 1st Law of Thermodynamics; Adiabatic Process
Chapter 20 : Fluids
Introduction, Pressure of Liquid
Manometer, Barometer
Pascal Law, Hydraulic Lift
Accelerated Liquid, Vertical Acceleration, Horizontal Acceleration, Pressure Variation in Horizantally Accelerated Liquid
Archimedes' Principle, Hollow Objects
Fluid Dynamics, Equation of Continuity
Magnus Effect
Foundation for IIT Part2
Chapter 1 : Electrostatics (1)
Charge; Charging of a body Charging of Conductors, By Contact, By Induction; Charging of Insulators By Rubbing; Electroscope; Coulombs Law; Important Points About Coulombs Law  Force on point/large objects, Permittivity, Relative Permittivity; Columbs law in Vector form
Electric Field; Electric Field Lines; Field lines due to multiple charges; Some other important Points
Work done by Electrostatic Force; Work done by man in EField; Electrostatic Potential Energy
Electric Potential; V due to hollow sphere; Graph of V due to hollow sphere; V due to solid sphere; Important Theory related to sign of V; Equipotential Surface; Important Points on V and U; Motion in Electric Field
Chapter 2 : Current Electricity (1)
What is Current?; Motion of electron in conductor; Temp. Dependance of Resistor
Circuit Theory; Kirchoffs Law Junction Law, Loop Law; Loop Analysis & Nodal Analysis Loop Analysis, Nodal Analysis
Some special circuits Series & Parallel Circuits, Open Circuit, Short Circuit
Wheatstone Bridge, Current Antisymmetry
Equivalent Resistance Series and parallel, Equipotential Points, Wheatstone Bridge
Chapter 3 : Current Electricity (2)
Heating Effect of Current; Rating of Bulb; Fuse
Battery Internal resistance, Grouping of Battery , Charging and discharging of battery; Maximum power theorem; Ohmic and Non Ohmic Resistance; Superconductor
Galvanometer; Ammeter & Voltmeter; Making of Ammeter ; Making of Voltmeter
Potentiometer; Applications of Potentiometer To find EMF of a Battery, To find internal resistance of battery , For finding potential difference; Meter Bridge; Post Office Box; Colour Code of Resistors
Chapter 4 : Magnetism and Moving Charge
Introduction, Vector Product, Force Applied by Magnetic Field, Lorentz Force, Velocity Selector
Motion of Charged Particles in Uniform Magnetic Â Field, Questions and Solutions
Cases of Motion of Charged Particles in Uniform Magnetic Field, Questions and Solutions, Cyclotron
Force on a Current Carrying Wire on Uniform B and its Cases, Questions and Solutions
Chapter 5 : Electromagnetic Waves
EM Waves; EM Spectrum; Green House Effect; Ozone Layer
Chapter 6 : Photoelectric Effect
Recalling Basics; Photoelectric Effect(Corpuscles Theory, PhotoEmission, Einstein's Explanation, (Theory of Photoelectric effect))
Photoelectric Cell; (Why needed, Theory, Saturation Current, Â Stopping Potential)
Chapter 7 : Atomic Structure
Thomson Model of Atom; Rutherford Model of Atom  Trajectory of alpha particle; Limitations; Bohr's Model  1st Postulate, 2nd Postulate; Hydrogen Like Atom; Energy Levels
Chapter 8 : Nucleus
Chapter 9 : XRay
Chapter 10 : Communication Systems
Basic working and terms; Signal; Antenna Attenuation, Repeaters, Range, Dipole Antenna, Modes of propagation; Modulation Need, Amplification Modulation, Transmitter, Receiver, Modulation index; Types of Modulation
Modulation Need, Amplification Modulation, Transmitter, Receiver, Modulation index; Types of modulation
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Mr. Neetin Agrawal
B.Tech, IIT Madras. Author of 3 books for IITJEE Physics.
Over 10 years of teaching experience in some of the best coaching institutes of India.
He has several inventions to his name.
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