Course Curriculum

Dual Nature of Radiation & Matter
 Matter Waves – JEE NEET THEORY (Part 1 of 3)

Matter Waves – Basic Numericals (Part 2 of 3)

Matter Waves – JEE NEET QUESTIONS (Part 3 of 3)

Matter Waves – DPP
 PhotoElectric Effect – Basics JEE NEET (Part 1 of 3)
 PhotoElectric Effect – Experiment (Part 2 of 3)

PhotoElectric Effect – Graphs & Questions (Part 3 of 3)

PhotoElectric Effect – DPP

Dual Nature of Radiation & Matter – Practice Module

Atoms
 Introduction to Atomic Models, Study of Thomson & Rutherford Model

Questions based on Thomson & Rutherford Models

DPP based on Thomson & Rutherford Models

Atomic Spectra – Emission & Absorption
 Bohr’s Model, Formula Radius, Velocity & Other Physical Quantities

Different forms of Energy of electron in orbit, Energy derivation of electron

Energy Diagram of electron in Hydrogen atom, Correlation with Photon energy

Relating Bohr’s model with Atomic Spectra

JEE/NEET Practice Questions: PART – 01

JEE/NEET Practice Questions: PART – 02

DPP based on Bohr’s Model, Formula Radius, Velocity & Other Physical Quantities

DPP based on Energy of Electron in Orbit

DPP based on Atomic Spectra
 X Rays – Origin & Types

X Rays – Summary & Practice Questions JEE NEET

DPP based on X Rays

Practice Module : Atoms

Basic MCQ’s (Fingertips)

Nucleus

Nuclei Introduction and Basics (Part – I)

Nuclei Introduction and Basics (Part – II)

Nucleus : DPP – 01
 Mass Defect & Binding Energy Per Nucleon
 Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions – Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Fission and Fusion

Practice Questions – JEE NEET (Binding Energy & Nuclear Reactions)

Nucleus : DPP – 02

Types of Decay – Alpha, Beta & Gamma

Types of Decay (Some important results)
 Law of Radioactive Decay & Graphs

Half Life, Mean Life and Decay Constant

Practice Questions on Radioactivity : Part I

Practice Questions on Radioactivity : (Part II)

Nucleus : DPP – 03

Practice Module : Nucleus


Electric Charges & Fields

Basics of Charge

Charging by Induction
 Coulomb’s Law
 Important Concepts for Electric Force Problem Solving

Electric Force & Coulomb’s Law (DPP 01)

Practice Questions on Electric Forces (Part I)

Practice Questions on Electric Force (Part II)

Practice Questions on Electric Force (Part III)

Practice Questions on Electric Force (Part IV)

Vector form of coulombs law
 Introduction to Electric Field

Properties of Electric Field Lines

Motion of Charged Particle in Constant External Electric Field

Electric Field on the Axis of Ring
 Important Concepts for Problem Solving of Electric Field

Practice Questions on Electric Field

Electric Field (DPP 02)

Solutions (DPP 02)

Introduction to Electric Dipole & Dipole Moment

Electric Field for a Dipole on Axial Line

Electric Field for a Dipole on Equatorial Line/ Plane

Electric Field at any point for a Short Dipole

Torque acting on a Dipole kept in an External Electric Field
 Concept of Electric Flux & Gauss Law

Electric Flux & Gauss Law (DPP 03)

Practice Questions on Electric Flux & Gauss Law

Solutions (DPP 03)

Types of Charge Distribution

Electric Field at a point due to an Infinitely Long Charged Rod

Electric Field at a point due to an Infinitely large Charged Sheet

Application of Gauss Law (DPP 04)

Practice Questions on Application of Gauss Law
 Analogy between Gravitation & Electrostatics


Electric Potential & Capacitance

Electric Potential Energy

Electric Potential
 Work done

Electrostatic Potential Energy of a System of Charges

Electric Potential at a Point due to Electric Dipole

Potential Energy of a Dipole in an External Electric Field

Equipotential Surfaces

Electric Field and Electric Potential

Practice Questions on Electric Field and Electric Potential

Electrostatics of Conductor (Part 1)

Electrostatics of Conductor (Part 2)

Dielectrics and Polarization

Capacitor and Capacitance

Parallel Plate Capacitor

Combination of Capacitors
 Capacitance with Multiple Dielectrics

Energy Stored in a Capacitor
 Connecting two Capacitors
 Change in Parameters on Inserting a Dielectric

Practice Questions on Capacitance (Part I)

Practice Questions on Capacitance (Part II)
 Transient State Analysis

Practice Questions on Capacitance (Part III)

Practice Questions on Capacitance (Miscellaneous)


Current Electricity

Electric Current and Current Density

Ohm’s Law and its Limitations

Combinations of Resistances

Resistivity and its Dependency on Temperature

Electric Energy and Power

Drift Velocity & Mobility

Basic Terminologies of a Cell

Combination of Identical Cells

Combination of Non Identical Cells

Kirchoff Laws (Current & Voltage Law)

Practice Questions on Kirchoff Laws

Practice Questions for JEE NEET (Part I)

Practice Questions for JEE NEET (Part II)

Wheatstone Bridge

Meter Bridge

Introduction to the Concept of Potentiometer

Applications of Potentiometer

Practice Questions on Measuring Instruments (Part I)

Practice Questions on Measuring Instruments (Part II)


Moving Charges & Magnetism

Introduction to Magnetic Effect and Biot Savart Law

Applications of Biot Savart Law (Part I)

Applications of Biot Savart Law (Part II)

Applications of Biot Savart Law (Part III)

Introduction to Ampere’s Circuital Law

Applications of Ampere Circuital Law Part I

Application of Ampere Circuital Law Part II

Practice Questions on Biot Savart Law and Ampere Law

Introduction to Lorentz Force

Motion of Moving Charge in External Magnetic Field

Practice Questions on Force on Moving Charge

Motion of Charged Particle in Electric and Magnetic Field (Cyclotron)

Motion of Charged Particle in Electric and Magnetic Field (Velocity Selector)

Magnetic Force on Current Carrying Conductor

Magnetic Force Between Two Parallel Conductors

Practice Questions On Lorentz Force (JEE/NEET) (Part – 01)

Practice Questions On Lorentz Force (JEE/NEET) (Part – 02)

Torque Acting on Current Carrying Loop

Practice Questions on Torque Acting on a Current Carrying Loop

Moving Coil Galvanometer

Ammeter and Voltmeter from Galvanometer

Worksheet: 3 (Magnetic Force & Torque)

Connecting two Capacitors
In this video, we shall understand the effect of connecting two capacitors with each other. In such a scenario, charges start to flow from higher potential to lower potential and continues till the two capacitors reach common potential which we shall derive in this lecture. Also, energy is dissipated in transfer of charges from one capacitor to another. We shall also derive the formula for energy loss in this lecture. This theory is very important from JEE, NEET and boards point of view.
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