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Class 12th Physics Full Course by Arvind Sir

by Arvind Sir

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Class 12 , Physics
Board: CBSE & State Boards , Language: Hinglish

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Curriculum

Chapter 1 | Electric Charges and Fields

  • 1.1 Introduction, Charges, Net Charge & electron
  • 1.2 conductors, Insulators and Super Conductors
  • 1.3 Basic Properties of Charges
  • 1.4 Coulomb's Law
  • 1.5 Coulomb's Law in Vector Form
  • 1.6 Coulomb's Law Numericals
  • 1.7 Coulomb's Law Numericals Part 2
  • 1.8 Electric Field
  • 1.9 Electric Field due to Uniformly Charged Ring
  • 1.10 Electric Field due to infinitely long wire
  • 1.11 Electric Field due to arc
  • 1.12 Electric field due to Finite Wire
  • 1.13 What is Dipole ? Understanding Dipole
  • 1.14 Electric field due to dipole at Axial Position
  • 1.15 Electric Field due to dipole at equatorial Position
  • 1.16 Electric Field due to dipole at General Position
  • 1.17 Dipole Numericals
  • 1.18 Torque on a Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field
  • 1.19 Dipole Potential Enegry
  • 1.20 Electric Flux
  • 1.21 Gauss Law
  • 1.22 Gauss Law Part 2
  • 1.23 Application of Gauss Law - Electric Field due to infinitely long wire
  • 1.24 Application of Gauss Law - Electric Field due to infinitely long Sheet
  • 1.25 Electric Field due to Charged Shell and Sphere
  • 1.1-Introduction and Gold Leaf Electroscope (New updated Video)
  • 1.2 Methods of Charging , Induction (New updated Video)
  • 1.3 Basic Properties of Charge, Pair Production and Annihilation (New updated Video)
  • 1.4 Numericals Basic Properties of Charge (New updated Video)
  • 1.5 Coulomb's Law and Permittivity of a Medium (New updated Video)
  • 1.6 Coulomb's law in Vector form (New updated Video)
  • 1.7 Numericals on Coulomb's law (New updated Video)
  • 1.8 Numericals and Electric field (New updated Video)
  • 1.9 Electric field (New updated Video)
  • 1.10 Electric Dipole and Electric Field (New updated Video)
  • 1.11 Torque on a dipole in Uniform Electric Field (New updated Video)
  • 1.12 Work done and P.E. in rotating a Dipole in Uniform Electric Field (New updated Video)
  • 1.13 Electric Flux and Gauss Theorem (New updated Video)
  • 1.14 Electric field due to uniformly Charged Spherical Shell and Numericals (New updated Video)

Chapter 2 | Electrostatic potential and Capacitance

  • 2.1 Electric Potential Real Concept
  • 2.2 Dipole Potential Electric Potential and Capacitance
  • 2.3 Potential Numerical Potential due to system of Charges
  • 2.4 Equipotential Surface
  • 2.5 Relation between Electric Field and Potential
  • 2.6 Dipole Energy Energy of a system in external electric Field
  • 2.7 Electrostatics of Conductors
  • 2.8 Dielectrics
  • 2.9 Capacitor and Capacitance.
  • 2.10 Derivation of Capacitance
  • 2.11 Derivation of Capacitance with Dielectrics
  • 2.12 Derivation of Capacitance with partially filled Dielectrics
  • 2.13 What is Electric Displacement in Capacitor
  • 2.14 Capcitors in Series
  • 2.15 Capcitors in Parallel
  • 2.16 Numericals on Capacitors
  • 2.17 Energy stored in a Capacitor
  • 2.18 Charging a Capacitor
  • 2.19 Discharging of a Capacitor
  • 2.20 Force on Capacitor Plate.
  • 2.21 Numericals on Capacitor

Chapter 3 | Current Electricity

  • 3.1 Introduction, How electric Current flows, Electric current in Hindi
  • 3.2 Ohms Law
  • 3.3 Drift Velocity.
  • 3.4 Drift Velocity Derivation, Electric Current.
  • 3.5 Current Density, Mobility
  • 3.6 Numeicals on Drift Velocity.
  • 3.7 Derivation of Ohm's Law Demo
  • 3.8 Miniature form of Ohms Law.
  • 3.9 Limitations of ohms Law.
  • 3.10 Resistor Color Code , 4 Band Resistor.
  • 3.11 Resistivity or Specific Resistance of a Material.
  • 3.12 Resistivity dependence on temperature.
  • 3.13 Resistance Combination Resistance in series Resistance in Parallel
  • 3.14 Kirchhoff's Current Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage Law with Numericals Demo
  • 3.15 Electromotive Force , EMF of a Cell
  • 3.16 Cell Combinations Mixed
  • 3.17 Wheatstone Bridge with Numericals
  • 3.18 Meter Bridge with Numericals
  • 3.19 Potentiometer with Numericals

Chapter 4 | Moving Charges and Magnetism

  • 4.1 Introduction, Magnetic Force & Lorentz Force
  • 4.2 Understanding Permittivity and Permeability
  • 4.3 Motion of Charge and Aurora Borealis
  • 4.4 Motion of Charge in magnetic Field, Helical Motion
  • 4.5 Cyclotron
  • 4.6 Magnetic Field due to a Current element : BIOT- SAVART Law
  • 4.7 Magnetic Field on the Axis of a circular current Loop/Ring
  • 4.8 Magnetic field due to Current carrying Straight Wire
  • 4.9 Ampere's Circuital Law- Part 1
  • 4.10 Ampere's circuital law Part-2 ( Solenoid)
  • 4.11 Ampere's circuital law Part-3 ( Toroid)
  • 4.12 Force Between current carrying Straight Wires
  • 4.13 Magnetic Moment of a current Carrying circular Loop
  • 4.14 Magnetic Dipole moment of a revolving electron
  • 4.15 Galvanometer, Moving Coil Galvanometer
  • 4.16 Numericals on Galvanometer
  • 4.17 Magnetic Field inside a Conductor

Chapter 5 | Magnetism and Matter

  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Magnetic field Bar magnet
  • 5.3 Bar magnet in magnetic field field
  • 5.4 Gauss Law in Magnetism
  • 5.5 Earths Magnetic field
  • 5.6 Magnetization Technical Terms
  • 5.7 Diamagnetism
  • 5.8 Paramagnetic and Ferromagnetic
  • 5.9 Hysterisis
  • 5.10 Numericals

Chapter 6 | Electromagnetic Induction

  • 6.1 Electromagnetic Induction Introduction
  • 6.2 Motional emf
  • 6.3 Eddy Currents
  • 6.4 Mutual Inductance
  • 6.5 Self Inductance
  • 6.6 Grouping of Inductors
  • 6.7 Equation of Induced emf

Chapter 7 | Alternating Current

  • 7.1 rms value of AC Current
  • 7.2 AC Voltage applied to Pure Resistor, pure Inductor and Pure capacitor
  • 7.3 Series LCR circuits
  • 7.4 Resonance and Quality of Tunning
  • 7.5 Energy Stored in LCR Circuit, Filter circuit
  • 7.6 Tank Circuit, AC Oscillations
  • 7.7 Power in AC Circuits
  • 7.8 Power Factor
  • 7.9 Wattless current
  • 7.10 Transformers
  • 7.1 Alternating Current Introduction ( New updated Video)
  • 7.2 rms Value of ac current and ac emf ( New updated Video)
  • 7.3 Phasor Diagram ( New Updated Video)
  • 7.4 Pure Resistor and Pure Inductor ac circuit (New Updated Video)
  • 7.5 Pure Capacitor ac circuit and Numericals (New Updated Video)
  • 7.6 Combination and LCR Series ac circuit (New Updated Video)
  • 7.7 Resonance in LCR Series circuit ( New updated Video)
  • 7.8 Sharpness of Resonance and Q factor (New updated Video)
  • 7.9 Power in ac circuits ( New Updated Video)
  • 7.10 Power factor ( New updated video)
  • 7.11 Wattless Current ( New Updated Video)
  • 7.12 LC Oscillations ( New updated Video)
  • 7.13 Transformer ( New updated Video)
  • 7.14 AC Generator ( New updated Video)

Chapter 8 | Electromagnetic Waves

  • 8.1 Displacement Current
  • 8.2 Source and Nature of Electromagnetic Waves
  • 8.3 Equation and Spectrum of Electromagnetic Waves
  • 8.4 Numericals
  • 8.1 Em Waves Maxwell 4 Equations ( New updated Video)
  • 8.2 Em waves equation and source (New updated Video)
  • 8.3 properties and Spectrum of em Waves (New updated Video)

Chapter 9 | Ray Optics

  • 9.1 Dual Nature of Light
  • 9.2 Ray Optics Reflection
  • 9.3 Ray Optics Refraction
  • 9.4 Total internal Reflection (TIR)
  • 9.5 Lens Makers Formula
  • 9.6 Combined Power of a Lens
  • 9.7 Refraction Through the Prism
  • 9.8 Dispersion and scattering
  • 9.9 Simple Microscope
  • 9.10 Telescope
  • 9.1 Ray optics Introduction ( New Updated Video) Demo
  • 9.2 Mirror Formula Concave Mirror Real Image ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.3 Mirror Formula Concave Mirror Virtual Image ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.4 Mirror Formula Convex Mirror Virtual Image ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.5 Spherical abberation ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.6 Refraction ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.7 Refraction through Glass Slab Lateral Shift ( New updated Video)
  • 9.8 Real Depth and apparent Depth ( New updated Video) Demo
  • 9.9 Total Internal Reflection (TIR) and Applications of TIR ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.10 Lenses ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.11 Derivation of Formula of Refraction through Spherical surface ( New Updated Video) Demo
  • 9.12 Lens makers Formula Derivation Convex Lens ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.13 Lens makers Formula Derivation Concave Lens ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.14 Lens Image Formations ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.15 Lens formula derivation for Convex lens ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.16 Lens formula derivation for Concave lens ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.17 Power of Lens and Combined Power of two Lenses ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.18 Power of Combined Lens Separated by distance d ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.19 Prism ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.20 Scattering ( New Updated Video) Demo
  • 9.21 Optical Instruments why we need it ? ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.22 Simple Microscope ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.23 Compound Microscope ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.24 Astronomical Telescope ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.25 Reflecting Type Telescope ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.26 Advantage of Reflecting Type Telescope over Refracting Telescope ( New Updated Video)
  • 9.27 Numericals ( New Updated Video)

Chapter 10 | Wave Optics

  • 10.1 Huygens Principle and Wavefront
  • 10.2 Explanation of Reflection and Refraction from Wave Theory
  • 10.3 Principle of Superposition
  • 10.4 Constructive and destructive Superposition
  • 10.5 Interference, Young's double Slit experiment
  • 10.6 Polarisation, Malu's Law, Brewster Law
  • 10.7 Resolving Power, Doppler's effect and Fresnel Distance
  • 10.8 Numericals
  • 10.1 Wave Optics Introduction and Dual Natue of Light (New updated video) Demo
  • 10.2 Wavefront and Huygens Principle (New updated video)
  • 10.3 Reflection and Refraction on the basis of Wave theory (New updated video)
  • 10.4 Principle of Superposition (New updated video)
  • 10.5 Youngs Double Slit experiment Qualitative Analysis (New updated video)
  • 10.6 Condition for Constructive and Destructive Interference (New updated video) Demo
  • 10.7 Coherent and Incoherent sources of Light (New updated video)
  • 10.8 Calculating Fringe Width (New updated video)
  • 10.9 Interference (New updated video)
  • 10.10 Numericals interference (New updated video)
  • 10.11 Diffraction (New updated video)
  • 10.12 Diffraction single Slit fringes (New updated video)
  • 10.13 Intensity in Diffraction Fringes (New updated video)
  • 10.14 Width of Diffraction Fringes (New updated video)
  • 10.15 Difference between Interference and Diffraction (New updated video)
  • 10.16 Fresnels distance Vlidity of Ray optics (New updated video)
  • 10.17 Resolving Power of an optical instruments (New updated video)
  • 10.18 Numericals (New updated video)
  • 10.19 Polarisation (New updated video)
  • 10.20 Malus Law Polarisation (New updated video)
  • 10.21 Brewster Law Polarisation (New updated video)
  • 10.22 Methods and usage of Polarisation (New updated video)
  • 10.23 Dopplers effect of Light (New updated video)
  • 10.24 Numericals (New updated video)

Chapter 11 | Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter

  • 11.1 Work Function and electron emission
  • 11.2 Hallwach and Lenard's experiment
  • 11.3 Photon and Matter waves
  • 11.4 Wave Nature of electron
  • 11.1 Introduction, Work function, electron emission, Photo electric effect background (New Updated V ideo)
  • 11.2 Photo electric effect experimental analysis ( New Updated Video)
  • 11.3 Failure of Wave Theory to Explain Photo electric effect (New Updated Video)
  • 11.4 Einstein Explanation of Photoelectric effect (Photon Theory Particle Nature) (New Updated Video)
  • 11.5 Understanding Photon (New Updated Video)
  • 11.6 Finding Planks constant (New Updated Video)
  • 11.7 De Broglie waves, Matter waves (New Updated Video)
  • 11.8 Wavelength of an electron de Broglie wave (New Updated Video)
  • 11.9 Davisson and Germer experiment (New Updated Video)
  • 11.10 Electron Microscope (New Updated Video)
  • 11.11 Numericals (New Updated Video)

Chapter 12 | Atoms

  • 12.1 Finding Position of Nucleus in the Atom
  • 12.2 Approximate Size of nucleus, Rutherford model of Atoms
  • 12.3 Bohr's Postulates and Energy of an electron in an Orbit
  • 12.4 Energy Levels and Line Spectra of Hydrogen Atom
  • 12.5 Numericals
  • 12.1 Thomson Model of an Atom (New Updated Video)
  • 12.2 Rutherford Alpha Particles Scattering experiment (New Updated Video)
  • 12.3 Distance of Closest Approach (Estimation of Nuclear Size) (New Updated Video)
  • 12.4 Impact Parameter (New Updated Video)
  • 12.5 Rutherford Model of an atom and Limitations (New Updated Video)
  • 12.6 Bohr Model (New Updated Video)
  • 12.7 Velocity, Radius and Enery of an electron in Hydrogen atom (New Updated Video)
  • 12.8 Spectral Lines of Hydrogen atom (New Updated Video)
  • 12.9 Energy Level Diagrams and ionisation Potential (New Updated Video)
  • 12.10 Limitations of Bohrs Theory (New Updated Video)
  • 12.11 Ionisation and Excitataion Energy (New Updated Video)
  • 12.12 Numericals (New Updated Video)

Chapter 13 | Nuclei

  • 13.1 Isotopes, Isobars and Isotones
  • 13.2 E=mc^2 and radius of atom
  • 13.3 Binding Energy of Nucleus and BEN
  • 13.4 Radioactivity, Half Life and Average Life of Nuclei
  • 13.5 Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Reactor
  • 13.6 Nuclear Fusion
  • 3.1 Nuclei, Isotopes, Isobars, Isomers, ev, amu (New Updated Video)
  • 13.2 Neutrons, Properties Of Neutrons (New Updated Video)
  • 13.3 Nuclear Force (New Updated Video)
  • 13.4 Mass Defect And Packing Fraction (New Updated Video)
  • 13.5 Binding Energy, Binding Energy Per Nucleon (BEN) (New Updated Video)
  • 13.6 BEN Curve And Stability Of Nucleus (New Updated Video)
  • 13.7 Radioactivity (New Updated Video)
  • 13.8 Radioactivity Soddy-Fajan's Displacement Laws (New Updated Video)
  • 13.9 Radioactivity Decay Law And Def. Of Decay Constant (New Updated Video)
  • 13.10 Half Life Of a Radioactive Material (New Updated Video)
  • 13.11 Mean Life And Numericals (New Updated Video)
  • 13.12 Activity Or Decay Rate And Numericals (New Updated Video)
  • 13.13 Nuclear Reaction (New Updated Video)
  • 13.14 Nuclear Reaction Vs Chemical Reaction (New Updated Video)
  • 13.15 Nuclear Fission (New Updated Video)
  • 13.16 Thermal Neutrons And Moderators (New Updated Video)
  • 13.17 Multiplication Factor K-10 (New Updated Video)
  • 13.18 Nuclear Reactor (New Updated Video)
  • 13.19 Breeder Reactors (New Updated Video)
  • 13.20 Nuclear Fusion (New Updated Video)
  • 13.21 Energy Of Sun And Stars From Nuclear Fusion (New Updated Video)
  • 13.22 Difference Between Nuclear Fission And Fusion (New Updated Video)

Chapter 14 | Semiconductor Electronics

  • 14.1 Classifications
  • 14.2 Band Theory of Solids
  • 14.3 Intrinsic semiconductors
  • 14.4 Extrinsic Semiconductors
  • 14.5 p-n junction
  • 14.6 Diode Semiconductors
  • 14.7 Diode as a Rectifier
  • 14.8 Zener Diode, Voltage Regulator
  • 14.9 Photodiode
  • 14.10 LED- Light Emitting Diode
  • 14.11 Solar Cell
  • 14.12 Transistors
  • 14.13 Input Characteristics of a Transistor
  • 14.14 Current Amplification factor
  • 14.15 Cut off Stage, Active Stage, Saturation Stage of a Transistor
  • 14.16 Amplifier, Transistor as a amplifier
  • 14.17 Feedback Oscillator Transistor Circuit
  • 14.18 Logic Gates
  • 14.19 Numericals
  • 14.1 Semiconductor Introduction and Classifications (New Updated Video)
  • 14.2 Intrinsic Semiconductors (New Updated Video)
  • 14.3 Limitations of Intrinsic Semiconductors and Doping (New Updated Video)
  • 14.4 Extrinsic Semiconductors (New Updated Video)
  • 14.5 Thermodynamic relation between ni,ne and nh (New Updated Video)
  • 14.6 Band Theory and Classisfication of Materials (New Updated Video)
  • 14.7 Difference Between Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors (New Updated Video)
  • 14.8 Difference Between n Type and p Type Extrinsic semiconductors (New Updated Video)
  • 14.9 Holes (New Updated Video)
  • 14.10 Mobility and Conductivity in terms of mobility (New Updated Video)
  • 14.11 Numericals (New Updated Video)
  • 14.12 p-n junction (New Updated Video)
  • 14.13 Forward and Reverse Biasing (New Updated Video)
  • 14.14 V-I Characteristic of Forward and Reverse Biasing (New Updated Video)
  • 14.15 Half Wave and Full wave Rectifier (New Updated Video)
  • 14.16 Filter Circuits (New Updated Video)
  • 14.17 Zener Diode-Special Purpose Diode as a D.C Voltage Regulator (New Updated Video)
  • 14.18 Photodiode (Photonic pn junction Devices) (New Updated Video)
  • 14.19 LED (Photonic pn junction Devices) (New Updated Video)
  • 14.20 Solar Cell (Photonic pn junction Devices) (New Updated Video)
  • 14.21 Transistor (New Updated Video)
  • 14.22 Working of Transistor (New Updated Video)
  • 14.23 Curent Gain in Transistors (New Updated Video)
  • 14.24 Common Emitter Transistor Input output Characteristics (New Updated Video)
  • 14.25 Input, output resistance and current amplification factor (New Updated Video)
  • 14.26 Transistor as a Switch (New Updated Video)
  • 14.27 Concept of Amplifier (New Updated Video)
  • 14.28 Transistor as an Amplifier (New Updated Video)
  • 14.29 Logic Gates (New Updated Video)
  • 14.30 Numericals (New Updated Video)

Chapter 15 | Communication Systems

  • 15.1 Elements of Communication System
  • 15.2 Technical terms used in Communication Systems
  • 15.3 Bandwidth Communication
  • 15.4 Ground Wave
  • 15.5 Sky wave
  • 15.6 Modulation and its necessity
  • 15.7 Modulation
  • 15.8 Production and detection of Amplitude Modulated waves
  • 15.9 Internet, Mobile, GPS
  • 15.10 Numericals
  • 15.1 Ground wave Sky Wave Space wave (New Updated Video)
  • 15.2 Need of Modulation (New Updated Video)
  • 15.3 Amplitude Modulation (New Updated Video)
  • 15.4 Production of AM Waves (New Updated Video)
  • 15.5 Transmitter of AM Waves (New Updated Video)
  • 15.6 Receiver, demodulation of AM Wave (New Updated Video)
  • 15.7 Numericals (New Updated Video)
  • 15.8 Internet, Mobile and GPS (New Updated Video)

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