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Concepts: Magnetism, current, ray optics, wave optics, atoms, nuclei, simple circuits, semi conductors, Communication,
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Created by Digital Tutors
Last updated 10/2016
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Includes:
  • 13 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • After complete the course you can learn knowledge on following topics:Magnetism and matter Electromagnetic induction Alternating current Ray optics and optical instruments Wave optics Dual nature of radiation and matter Semiconductor electronics materials, devices and simple circuits Communication systems
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Requirements
  • Basic knowledge on Magnetism and matter Electromagnetic induction Alternating current Ray optics and optical instruments Wave optics Dual nature of radiation and matter Semiconductor electronics materials, devices and simple circuits Communication systems
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. Magnetism and matter
  2. Electromagnetic induction
  3. Alternating current
  4. Electromagnetic waves
  5. Ray optics and optical instruments
  6. Wave optics
  7. Dual nature of radiation and matter
  8. Atoms
  9. Nuclei
  10. Semiconductor electronics materials, devices and simple circuits
  11. Communication systems
Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone
  • Studying middle and high schools
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Curriculum For This Course
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Magnetism and matter
14 Lectures 01:13:20

Learning objectives
00:43

Introduction
02:49

Magnetic flux density due to a short bar magnet
09:17


The earth's magnetism
05:37

Vibration magnetometer
10:06

Magnetization and magnetic intensity
05:08

Magnetic properties of materials
02:46

Permanent magnets and electromagnets
03:11

Tangent law
05:01

Comparison of magnetic moments by equal distance method
09:26

Null method
08:11

Summary
03:17

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Electromagnetic induction
13 Lectures 57:05
Prerequisites
00:38

Learning objectives
00:36

Introduction
02:15


Lenz's law of energy
03:30

Energy considerations
03:33

Rotating rod and disc
03:57

Self induction
07:44

Mutual induction
05:50

Formula for m of coaxial solenoids
09:05

Eddy current
05:23

Ac generator
05:18

Summary
02:16

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Alternating current
17 Lectures 01:45:36
Prerequisites
03:45

Learning objectives
01:00

Introduction
04:21

Instantaneous value of current
05:27

Rms value of ac
07:24

Power in ac circuit
05:38

Ac through a resistor
05:53

Ac voltage applied to an inductor
02:50

Inductive reactance
04:21

Ac voltage applied to a capacitor
06:49

Ac voltage applied to a series lcr circut
11:55

Resonant circuit
06:22

Importance of power factor
10:28

Lc oscillations a qualitative study
03:14

Lc oscillations in lc circuit
04:04

Transformer
12:54

Summary
09:11

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Electromagnetic waves
9 Lectures 37:47
Prerequisites
00:23

Learning objectives
00:10


Displacement current
07:50

Electromagnetic waves
05:26

Energy flow
04:22

Electromagnetic spectrum
12:19

Electromagnetic waves and communication
02:06

Summary
02:45

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Ray optics and optical instruments
15 Lectures 01:09:57
Prerequisites
01:17

Learning objectives
00:29

Introduction
02:45

Reflection of light by spherical mirrors
05:28

Refraction through a prism
05:41

Atmospheric refraction
07:59

Refraction at spherical surface
09:39

Two thin lenses in contact
03:56

Refraction through a prism
05:41


Some natural phenomena due to sun light
06:22

Compound microscope
04:10

Telescopes
04:07

The eye
01:55

Summary
04:03

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Wave optics
18 Lectures 01:14:50
Prerequisites
00:23

Learning objectives
00:41

Introduction
08:43

Huygens principle of secondary wavelets
03:59

Laws of reflection on the basis huygens construction
03:08

Coherent and incoherent addition of waves
04:29

Reflection of a plane wave front at a spherical surface
03:07

Reflection of a spherical wave front at a plane surface
02:22

Difference between interference and diffraction
01:08

Reflection of a spherical wave front at a spherical surface
03:54

Refraction of a spherical wavefront at a plane surface
03:10

Young's double slit experiment
11:26

Interference and law of conservation of energy
02:54

Formation of colors in thin films
05:45

Diffraction at a single slit
04:39

Polarization
07:29

Polarization by reflection
01:58

Summary
05:35

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Dual nature of radiation and matter
8 Lectures 47:16
Learning objectives
00:30

Introduction
04:21

Electron emission
02:24

Photoelectric effect
10:24

Photoelectric effect and wave theory of light
06:06

Particle nature of light
09:46

Davisson and germer experiment
05:37

Summary
08:08

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Atoms
13 Lectures 01:25:25
Prerequisites
00:25

Learning objectives
02:10

Introduction
06:18

Rutherford's model
07:18

Scattering experiment
17:59

Bohr's atomic model
11:14

Significance of negative energy
05:07

Spectral series of hydrogen atom
09:28

Atomic spectra
06:30

De broglies explanation of bohr's second postulate of quantization
07:52

Absorption transition of hydrogen atom
02:15

Explanation of the discrete emission and absorption spectrum
05:49

Summary
03:00

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Nuclei
25 Lectures 01:59:31
Prerequisites
01:16

Learning objectives
00:37

Introduction
05:29

Atomic masses and composition of nucleus
02:59

Nuclear characteristic
06:00

Different types of nuclei
06:13

Nuclear forces
05:31

Forces between nucleons
06:36

Discovery of neutron
07:29

Mass energy equation
09:04

Binding energy curve
03:10

Law of radioactive decay
04:07

Decay constant
05:57

Average life or mean life
03:03

Activity of a radioactive substance
03:05

Nuclear energy
02:15

Nuclear fission
04:38

Energy released in nuclear fission
07:53

Chain reaction in nuclear fission
03:47

Chain reaction
01:41

Nuclear fusion
14:37

Alpha decay
02:36

Beta decay
04:08

Gamma decay
02:10

Summary
05:10

Multiple Choice Questions
1 question
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Semiconductor electronics materials, devices and simple circuits
14 Lectures 01:00:46
Prerequisites
00:42

Learning objectives
00:46

Introduction
04:55

Classification of solids and energy bands
05:20

Intrinsic semiconductor
02:17

Extrinsic semiconductors
04:57

P-n junction
03:07

Semiconductor diode
04:17

Application of junction diode as a rectifier
05:45

Zener diode
04:46

Transistor
11:23

Digital electronics and logic gates
04:25

Integrated circuits
03:24

Summary
04:42

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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