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Electric charges, Current electricity, properties of solids & fluids, Thermodynamics, Kinetic theory, Oscillations,
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Last updated 9/2016
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  • 12 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Electric charges and fields Electrostatic potential and capacitance Current electricity Moving charges and magnetism Mechanical properties of solids Mechanical properties of fluids Thermal properties of matter Thermodynamics Kinetic theory Oscillations Waves
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Requirements
  • Basic concepts on Electrostatic potential and capacitance Current electricity Moving charges and magnetism Mechanical properties of solids Mechanical properties of fluids Thermal properties of matter
Description

The complete content is developed in High Quality 3D animations, that will help you to understand the critical concepts which cannot be able to watch in the real world such as Solar system, Magnetism, Electric Current, Sound waves, ETC.

. A good understanding of principles in Physics will help you to analyze problems, reason logically, and to discriminate between important and irrelevant concepts.

·*The course is directed to the point and restricted to the syllabus nothing less and nothing more, so you will not waste your time, with invaluable speech,

·* If you know exactly your syllabus you will appreciate these videos,

·* The average video duration is 3 mins so you will not get bored with the course and you can find reasonable points to pause and complete later,

The course is about

  1. Electric charges and fields
  2. Electrostatic potential and capacitance
  3. Current electricity
  4. Moving charges and magnetism
  5. Mechanical properties of solids
  6. Mechanical properties of fluids
  7. Thermal properties of matter
  8. Thermodynamics
  9. Kinetic theory
  10. Oscillations
  11. Waves
Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone
  • Students studying in middle and high schools
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Curriculum For This Course
165 Lectures
12:12:54
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Electric charges and fields
18 Lectures 01:13:54

Learning objectives
00:48

Electric charges and fields - introduction
02:01

Conductors and insulators
02:44

Electric flux
05:58

Charging by induction
01:45

Basic properties of electric charges
05:24

Coulomb's law
04:45

Forces between multiple charges
03:59

Electric field
05:08

Electric field lines
03:59

Electric dipole
08:22

Dipole in a uniform external field
03:11

Electric field of a continuous charge distribution
04:14

Gauss's theorem
04:56

Application of gauss's theorem
09:23

Electric field lines
04:01

Summary
02:30

Multiple Choice Questions
14 questions
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Electrostatic potential and capacitance
19 Lectures 01:05:05
Prerequisites
01:02

Learning objectives
00:55

Introduction
00:58

Electric potential
05:18

Potential due to a point charge
02:30

potential due to an electric dipole
02:53

potential due to a system of charges
02:25

Equipotential surfaces
03:11

Potential energy of system of charges
03:41

Potential energy in an external feild
03:30

Electrostatics of conductors
01:34

Dielectrics and polarization
03:33

Capacitors and capacitance
01:44

The parallel plate capacitor
02:18

Effect of dielectric on capacitance
04:46

Combination of capacitors
04:26

Energy stored in capacitors
05:37

Van de graff generator
06:10

Summary
08:34

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Current electricity
17 Lectures 01:10:58
Prerequisites
00:20

Learning objectives
00:59

Introduction
02:43

Electric current
04:14

Ohm's law
01:18

Resistance
02:27

Superconductors
03:19

Combination of resistor
04:02

Electrical cells
05:16

Grouping of cells
07:32

Kirchhoff rules
04:46

Wheatstone bridge
07:04

Metre bridge
02:06

Potentiometer
04:00

Temperature dependence of resistivity
03:04

Drift velocity
13:22

Summary
04:26

Multiple Choice Questions
16 questions
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Moving charges and magnetism
15 Lectures 52:42
Prerequisites
01:07

Learning objectives
00:57

Introduction
01:15

Force on an electric charge moving in a magnetic field
02:47


Cyclotron
05:47

The biot - savart's law
05:18

Some applications of biot savart's law
05:28

Solenoid
04:32

Torque acting on a rectangular coil
03:40

Orbital magnetic moment of an electron revolving in an orbit of an atom
02:20

Galvanometer
06:28

Toroid
03:02

Force on a current carrying wire placed in a magnetic field
04:07

Summary
01:30

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Mechanical properties of solids
10 Lectures 32:38
Prerequisites
00:36

Learning objectives
00:24

Introduction
03:23

Elasticity
03:41

Stress and strain
06:24

Hooke's law
01:37

Strain energy
05:49

Moduli of elasticity
04:05

Applications of elasticity
02:14

Summary
04:25

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Mechanical properties of fluids
9 Lectures 32:22
Prerequisites
01:09

Learning objectives
00:18

Introduction
03:13

Measurement of hydrostatic pressure
04:08


Bernoulli's principle
06:16

Viscosity
03:47

Excess of pressure
04:38

Summary
05:05

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Thermal properties of matter
14 Lectures 01:09:47
Prerequisites
00:50

Learning objectives
00:33

Introduction
02:14

Temperature and heat
02:28

Measurement of temperature
03:38


Thermal expansion
15:42

Specific heat capacity
06:22

Calorimetry
05:22

Change of state
05:18

Triple point
01:59

Heat transfer
07:48

Newton's law of cooling
03:35

Summary
08:55

Multiple Choice Questions
10 questions
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Thermodynamics
18 Lectures 01:22:49
Prerequisites
00:28

Learning objectives
00:43

Introduction
02:16

Thermodynamic variables and thermal equilibrium
01:14

Zeroth law of thermodynamics
05:20

First law of thermodynamics
03:13

Specific heat capacity
06:22

Isothermal operation
03:13

Thermodynamic state variables and equation of state
02:30


Cyclic process and heat engines
05:08

Refrigerator
07:17

Second law of thermodynamics
01:36

Irreversible process
01:39

Reversible process
02:35

Carnot engine
14:25

Summary part 01
12:03

Summary part 02
10:58

Multiple Choice Questions
14 questions
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Kinetic theory
12 Lectures 36:08
Prerequisites
00:53

Learning objectives
00:30

Introduction
01:48

Molecular nature of matter
01:27

Behavior of gases
00:45

Kinetic theory of an ideal gases
05:21

Various speeds of gas molecules
05:13

Maxwell's law of equipartition of energy
04:06

Degree of freedom
03:50

Specific heat capacity
05:58

Mean free path
01:44

Summary
04:33

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Oscillations
13 Lectures 01:06:37
Learning objectives
01:20

Introduction
02:52

Simple harmonic motion
03:17

Periodic and oscillatory motions
06:47

Simple harmonic motion by reference circle
03:16

The explanation for simple harmonic motion
11:06

The time period of a loaded spring
06:44

Law of conservation of energy in the case of a simple pendulum
02:45

The time period of simple pendulum
06:08

Types of oscillations
03:32

Damped simple harmonic motion
04:58

Forced oscillations and resonance
07:46

Summary
06:06

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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