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Waves (JEE MAIN & ADVANCED + NEET/AIIMS)

by Ritesh Agarwal

4.6 (295 Users)
JEE Mains , Physics
Board: CBSE & State Boards , Language: Hinglish

Mode- Online
Videos- 17
Validity- Till 30 Apr 2020
Language- Hinglish
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WHAT WILL I LEARN?

If you drop a little pebble in a pond of still water, the water surface gets disturbed. The disturbance does not remain confined to one place, but propagates outward along a circle. If you continue dropping pebbles in the pond, you see circles rapidly moving outward from the point where the water surface is disturbed. It gives a feeling as if the water is moving outward from the point of disturbance. If you put some cork pieces on the disturbed surface, it is seen that the cork pieces move up and down but do not move away from the centre of disturbance. This shows that the water mass does not flow outward with the circles, but rather a moving disturbance is created. Similarly, when we speak, the sound moves outward from us, without any flow of air from one part of the medium to another. The disturbances produced in air are much less obvious and only our ears or a microphone can detect them. These patterns, which move without the actual physical transfer or flow of matter as a whole, are called waves. In this Chapter, we will study such waves.

Curriculum

Waves on string

  • Lecture 01
  • Lecture 02
  • Lecture 03
  • Lecture 04
  • Lecture 05
  • Lecture 06
  • Lecture 07
  • Lecture 08
  • Lecture 09

Sound Waves

  • Lecture 01
  • Lecture 02
  • Lecture 03
  • Lecture 04
  • Lecture 05
  • Lecture 06
  • Lecture 07
  • Lecture 08

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About Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal sir is renowned for his teaching knack in Physics for IIT and Medical preparation. His teaching methodology focuses on strengthening the basic concepts of the subject. He excels in the art of making the students, subject-friendly. Studying Physics from him appears to be the easiest subject for students. He is a ‘concept-builder’ in true sense.

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Waves (JEE MAIN & ADVANCED + NEET/AIIMS)

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Mode- Online

Videos- 17

Validity- Till 30 Apr 2020

Language- Hinglish

No. of Views- Unlimited