This course is created by tesTopper team for CBSE & other State Boards Students who are studying Physics in Class 11. The language of the course is Hindi and English Combined so that every type of student can easily understand it.
Course Contents
This course is created by tesTopper team for CBSE & other State Boards Students who are studying Physics in Class 11. The language of the course is Hindi and English Combined so that every type of student can easily understand it. All contents of the course is strictly based on CBSE syllabus and NCERT Text Book. Each and Every problems solution is explained in detail so that students can easaily understand the solution and the approach used to solve the problems. This course will keep running at its own pace and once you completed the chapters you can take test and analyse yourself.
Highlights
As a part of this Complete CBSE Physics for Class 11 , students get access to the following â€“ All course classes, videos, interactive lectures, exam prep material, MCQ based testing, Take Home exam papers for a full year on all the chapters every month with highly interactive Live Classes & lectures, post class recordings & notes, assignments & all India level tests.
 Instant Unlimited Doubt Solving on from the teacher everyday.
 Every student gets a dedicated Teacher with 20:1 teacher ratio as a single contact person to take care of all of their needs.
 On Demand lectures in case of any special needs.
Course Description
The course explains the observations according to the currently accepted explanations. We will study concepts of basic physics where we will understand about units and dimensions,kinematics, equations of motion, error calculation in physical quantities. We will learn methods of describing motion using newtons laws of motion, rotational phenomena, circular motion, friction and their applications in daily life.Â We will consider rotational equations of motion, gravitational acceleration escape velocity of objects, orbital speed of satellites etc.In addition to that we will study properties of matters like elasticity, hooke's law, thermal expansion, fluid behavior, bernoulli's theorem, velocity of efflux, toricelli's theorem etc. We will also go through Important concepts and laws of thermodynamics like zeroth, first and second law of thermodynamics, heat engine, internal energy, relation between pressure and volume etc. Carnot engine and refridgerator is an important thing to understand in class 11 physics.Then we will study kinetic theory of gases, potential energy, degrees of freedom, mean free path of gases and waves and oscillations including dopplers effect and Simple Harmonic Motion.Course Features
The aim and design of the course is to develop a deeper understanding of different concepts in Physics. As you work through the course, you will findÂ lecture videos, etext, suggestions for problem solving methods, animations, practice questions, study guides. Assignments and Tests are provided to keep track of your achievements.Course Attachments
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Courses Taught
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Total Students
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Class Lectures

 Introduction to units and measurements Details Unlimited
 The international system of units Details Unlimited
 Measurement of length Details Unlimited
 Measurement of mass Details Unlimited
 Measurement of time Details Unlimited
 Accuracy, precision of instruments and errors in measurement Details Unlimited
 Significant figures Details Unlimited
 Dimensions of physical quantities Details Unlimited
 Dimensional formulae and dimensional equations Details Unlimited
 Dimensional analysis and its applications Details Unlimited

 Introduction to motion in a straight line Details Unlimited
 Position, path length and displacement Details Unlimited
 Average velocity and average speed Details Unlimited
 Instantaneous velocity and speed Details Unlimited
 Acceleration Details Unlimited
 Kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated motion Details Unlimited
 Relative velocity Details Unlimited

 Introduction to motion in a plane Details Unlimited
 Scalars and vectors Details Unlimited
 Multiplication of vectors by real numbers Details Unlimited
 Addition and subtraction of vectors â€“ graphical method Details Unlimited
 Resolution of vectors Details Unlimited
 Vector addition â€“ analytical method Details Unlimited
 Motion in a plane Details Unlimited
 Motion in a plane with constant acceleration Details Unlimited
 Relative velocity in two dimensions Details Unlimited
 Projectile motion Details Unlimited
 Uniform circular motion Details Unlimited

 Introduction to laws of motion Details Unlimited
 Aristotleâ€™s fallacy Details Unlimited
 The law of inertia Details Unlimited
 Newtonâ€™s first law of motion Details Unlimited
 Newtonâ€™s second law of motion Details Unlimited
 Newtonâ€™s third law of motion Details Unlimited
 Conservation of momentum Details Unlimited
 Equilibrium of a particle Details Unlimited
 Common forces in mechanics Details Unlimited
 Circular motion Details Unlimited
 Solving problems in mechanics Details Unlimited

 Introduction to work, energy and power Details Unlimited
 Notions of work and kinetic energy : The workenergy theorem Details Unlimited
 Work Details Unlimited
 Kinetic energy Details Unlimited
 Work done by a variable force Details Unlimited
 The workenergy theorem for a variable force Details Unlimited
 The concept of potential energy Details Unlimited
 The conservation of mechanical energy Details Unlimited
 The potential energy of a spring Details Unlimited
 Various forms of energy : the law of conservation of energy Details Unlimited
 Power Details Unlimited
 Collisions Details Unlimited

 Introduction to the system of particles and rotational motion Details Unlimited
 Centre of mass Details Unlimited
 Motion of centre of mass Details Unlimited
 Linear momentum of a system of particles Details Unlimited
 Vector product of two vectors Details Unlimited
 Angular velocity and its relation with linear velocity Details Unlimited
 Torque and angular momentum Details Unlimited
 Equilibrium of a rigid body Details Unlimited
 Moment of inertia Details Unlimited
 Theorems of perpendicular and parallel axes Details Unlimited
 Kinematics of rotational motion about a fixed axis Details Unlimited
 Dynamics of rotational motion about a fixed axis Details Unlimited
 Angular momentum in case of rotations about a fixed axis Details Unlimited
 Rolling motion Details Unlimited

 Introduction to gravitation Details Unlimited
 Keplerâ€™s laws Details Unlimited
 Universal law of gravitation Details Unlimited
 The gravitational constant Details Unlimited
 Acceleration due to gravity of the earth Details Unlimited
 Acceleration due to gravity below and above the surface of earth Details Unlimited
 Gravitational potential energy Details Unlimited
 Escape speed Details Unlimited
 Earth satellite Details Unlimited
 Energy of an orbiting satellite Details Unlimited
 Geostationary and polar satellites Details Unlimited
 Weightlessness Details Unlimited

 Pressure due to a fluid column Details Unlimited
 Pascal’s law and its applications Details Unlimited
 hydraulic lift and hydraulic brakes Details Unlimited
 Effect of gravity on fluid pressure Details Unlimited
 Viscosity Details Unlimited
 Stokes’ law Details Unlimited
 Terminal velocity Details Unlimited
 Streamline and turbulent flow Details Unlimited
 Critical velocity Details Unlimited
 Bernoulli’s theorem and its applications Details Unlimited
 Surface energy and surface tension Details Unlimited
 Angle of contact Details Unlimited
 Excess of pressure across a curved surface Details Unlimited
 Application of surface tension ideas to drops Details Unlimited
 Bubbles and capillary rise Details Unlimited

 Heat, temperature, thermal expansion Details Unlimited
 Thermal expansion of solids Details Unlimited
 Liquids and gases Details Unlimited
 Anomalous expansion of water Details Unlimited
 Specific heat capacity Details Unlimited
 Cp, Cv – calorimetry Details Unlimited
 Change of state – latent heat capacity Details Unlimited
 Heat transferconduction Details Unlimited
 Convection and radiation Details Unlimited
 Thermal conductivity Details Unlimited
 Qualitative ideas of Blackbody radiation Details Unlimited
 Wein’s displacement Law Details Unlimited
 Stefan’s law, Green house effect Details Unlimited

 Thermal equilibrium and definition of temperature Details Unlimited
 Zeroth law of thermodynamics Details Unlimited
 Heat, work and internal energy Details Unlimited
 First law of thermodynamics Details Unlimited
 Isothermal and adiabatic processes Details Unlimited
 Second law of thermodynamics Details Unlimited
 Reversible and irreversible processes Details Unlimited
 Heat engine and refrigerator Details Unlimited
 Carnot Engine and Carnot Cycle Details Unlimited

 Equation of state of a perfect gas Details Unlimited
 Work done in compressing a gas Details Unlimited
 Kinetic theory of gases – assumptions Details Unlimited
 Concept of pressure Details Unlimited
 Kinetic interpretation of temperature Details Unlimited
 Rms speed of gas molecules Details Unlimited
 Degrees of freedom Details Unlimited
 Law of equipartition of energy Details Unlimited
 Concept of mean free path, Avogadro’s number Details Unlimited
 Application to specific heat capacities of gases Details Unlimited

 Periodic motion – time period, frequency, displacement as a function of time Details Unlimited
 Periodic functions Details Unlimited
 Simple harmonic motion (S.H.M) and its equation Details Unlimited
 Oscillations of a springrestoring force and force constant Details Unlimited
 Energy in S.H.M Details Unlimited
 Kinetic and potential energies Details Unlimited
 Simple pendulum derivation of expression for its time period Details Unlimited
 Free, forced and damped oscillations Details Unlimited
 Resonance Details Unlimited

 Wave motion Details Unlimited
 Transverse and longitudinal waves Details Unlimited
 Speed of wave motion Details Unlimited
 Displacement relation for a progressive wave Details Unlimited
 Principle of superposition of waves Details Unlimited
 Reflection of waves Details Unlimited
 Standing waves in strings and organ pipes Details Unlimited
 Fundamental mode and harmonics Details Unlimited
 Concepts of Beats Details Unlimited
 Doppler effect Details Unlimited
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