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CHAPTER 1 : ELECTROSTATICS CHAPTER 6 : ALTERNATING


16.1 Coulomb’s Law CURRENT
16.2 Electric Field 21.1 Alternating Current
16.3 Electric Potential 21.2 Root Mean Square (RMS)
16.4 Charge in a Uniform Electric Field 21.3 Resistance, Reactance and
Impedance
CHAPTER 2 : CAPACITOR AND 21.4 Power and Power Factor
DIELECTRICS
17.1 Capacitance and Capacitors in Series CHAPTER 7 : GEOMETRICAL OPTICS
and Parallel 22.1 Reflection at a Spherical Surface
17.2 Charging and Discharging of 22.2 Refraction at a Plane and Spherical
Capacitors Surface
17.3 Capacitors With Dielectrics 22.3 Thin Lenses

CHAPTER 3 : ELECTRIC CURRENT CHAPTER 8 : PHYSICAL OPTICS


AND DIRECT CURRENT 23.1 Huygen's Principle
18.1 Electrical Conduction 23.2 Constructive Interference and
18.2 Ohm’s Law and Resistivity Destructive Interference
18.3 Variation of Resistance With 23.3 Interference of Transmitted Light
Temperature Through Double Slits
18.4 Electromotive Force (emf), Internal 23.4 Interference of Reflected Light in Thin
Resistance and Potential Difference Films
18.5 Electrical Energy and Power 23.5 Interference of Reflected Light in Air
18.6 Resistors in Series and Parallel Wedge and Newton's Rings
18.7 Kirchhoff’s Laws 23.6 Diffraction by a Single Slit
18.8 Potential Divider 23.7 Diffraction Grating
18.9 Potentiometer and Wheatstone
Bridge CHAPTER 9 : QUANTIZATION OF
LIGHT
CHAPTER 4 : MAGNETIC FIELD 24.1 Planck's Quantum Theory
19.1 Magnetic Field 24.2 The Photoelectric Effect
19.2 Magnetic Field Produced by Current-
Carrying Conductor CHAPTER 10 : WAVE PROPERTIES
19.3 Force on a Moving Charged Particle
OF PARTICLE
in a Uniform Magnetic Field
19.4 Force on a Current-Carrying 25.1 The de Broglie Wavelength
Conductor in a Uniform Magnetic Field 25.2 Electron Diffraction
19.5 Forces Between Two Parallel
Current-Carrying Conductors CHAPTER 11 : NUCLEUS
19.6 Torque on a Coil 26.1 Properties of Nucleus
19.7 Motion of Charged Particle in 26.2 Binding Energy and Mass Defect
Magnetic Field and Electric Field
CHAPTER 12 : NUCLEAR REACTION
CHAPTER 5 : ELECTROMAGNETIC 27.1 Nuclear Reaction
INDUCTION 27.2 Nuclear Fission and Fusion
20.1 Magnetic Flux
20.2 Induced EMF CHAPTER 13 : RADIOACTIVITY
20.3 Self-Inductance
28.1 Radioactive Decay
20.4 Energy Stored in Inductor
20.5 Mutual Inductance 28.2 Radioisotope as Tracers