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How to study Physics (class 11) – study guide

How to Solve Problems in Physics

Physics Numericals – huge collection of solution

MCQ | Worksheets (Physics etc) – class 11 & 12

Vectors class 11 Physics revision notes

Gravitation – Class 11 Physics Revision Notes

Fluid Dynamics Class Notes for class 11 (includes viscosity) 

Surface Tension for class 11

Electrostatics Notes – for class 12 (huge collection)

Magnetism | Electromagnetism – class 12 notes

CBSE Class 11 Physics (Theory) – syllabus for 2021-22

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The motion of a charged particle in an electric field between two parallel plates

In this post, we will analyze different scenarios of the motion of a charged particle in an electric field between two parallel plates. Effect of electric fields on the motion of charged particles A charged particle in an electric field experiences a force and therefore ...
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Equipotentials between two oppositely charged parallel plates – explanation

figure 1: Lines of equal potential The lines of equal potential difference between two parallel plates resemble those shown in figure 1. These lines are called equipotentials because they represent points on two-dimensional paper where the voltage is always the same. When a charge moves ...
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Properties of the Electric field between two oppositely charged parallel plates

The electric field between two parallel plates:- is uniform in the region between the plates- becomes weaker at the edges (these are known as edge effects) as the field changes from the value between the plates to the value outside-the plate (often zero). figure 1: ...
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Properties of Metals

In this post, we will list down a few important properties of metals and discuss them briefly. Important Properties of Metals In general, metals have high densitiesIn general, metals have high melting points and high boiling pointsIn general, metals are good conductors of heat and ...
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Allotropes of carbon – Diamond & Graphite

Allotropes are different forms of the same element in the same state. The different forms of solid carbon are called allotropes of carbon. Diamond & Graphite are two crystalline allotropes of carbon. A few other elements also have allotropes. Oxygen has two allotropes – oxygen ...
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External memory interfacing in 8085: RAM and ROM

In one of our previous posts, we have discussed how the 8085 reads from and writes into memory. But we know that, unlike microcontrollers that have a certain amount of built-in memory, microprocessors do not have their own memory except for a few registers. So ...
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Electrolysis & manufacturing of Sodium & chlorine

Sodium and chlorine are manufactured by the electrolysis of molten sodium chloride. When an electric current passes through molten sodium chloride, a shiny bead of sodium is produced at the cathode, and chlorine gas forms at the anode. This decomposition is caused by electrical energy ...
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What are the products of electrolysis?

When compounds are electrolysed, new substances are produced at the electrodes. For example, when electricity is passed through molten sodium chloride, pale green chlorine gas comes off at the anode, and shiny molten sodium forms at the cathode. Apparatus that helps to investigate the products ...
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Which substances conduct electricity?

Some substances do not conduct electricity at all; others conduct electricity in some circumstances, but not in others. In this post, we will see which solids conduct electricity. Also, we will see which liquids conduct electricity. Which solids conduct electricity? The only common solids which ...
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What is a molecule?

A molecule is the smallest particle that can have a separate, independent existence. When atoms of the same element join together the result is a molecule of an element. When atoms of different elements join together the result is a molecule of a compound. For ...
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ASCII to HEX Conversion program in 8085 – PhysicsTeacher

In this post, we will see how to convert a given ASCII Character into its equivalent Hexa Decimal (HEX) number using the 8085 microprocessor program or instruction set. Algorithm for ASCII to HEX Conversion with 8085 microprocessor Load the given data in A registerSubtract 30 ...
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HEX to ASCII conversion program in 8085 – PhysicsTeacher.in

In this post, we will see how to convert a given Hexadecimal number into its equivalent ASCII number using the 8085 microprocessor instruction set. (HEX to ASCII conversion) Algorithm for HEX to ASCII Conversion with 8085 microprocessor Load the given data in A register and ...
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8085 microprocessor program for 1’s & 2’s complement of a number

In this post, we will write down programs in assembly language for the 8085 microprocessor to complement a number (1's complement and 2's complement). Here are the problem statements and the required programs, input data, and results. 1's complement - problem statement for the 8085 ...
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Addressing modes in 8085 microprocessor

In this post, we will discuss different addressing modes in the 8085 microprocessor with examples. Addressing modes in instructions Each instruction indicates an operation to be performed on certain data. The process of specifying the data to be operated on (operand) by the instruction is ...
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MCQ on 8085 Microprocessor Architecture – with solution

In this post, you will get 15 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on 8085 Microprocessor Architecture. And you get the solution as well. For better readability, these questions are distributed among 3 pages. Links to other pages in these series are available at the bottom of ...
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Gas constants and their relationships

Gas Constants & their values The Avogadro constant (NA) = 6.02 × 1023 particles per moleThe molar gas constant or universal gas constant (R) = 8.31 J mol−1 K−1The Boltzmann constant (kb) = 1.38 × 10−23 J K−1 Gas constants and their relationships For an ...
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Potential difference (Electrical) worksheet – with solved numerical

Potential difference (Electrical) Worksheet Questions Q1. How much is the work done in moving a charge of 4 C across two points having a potential difference of 24 V? Q2: What is the work done in moving a charge of 2 C from a point ...
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Photosynthesis – class 11 revision notes

Photosynthesis is a series of reactions in which energy transferred as light is transformed into chemical energy. In this post, we have presented important information and facts on the Photosynthesis process. This post is apt for class 11 students of different boards (like ISC board, ...
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Coefficient of Restitution – definition, formula, numerical

In this post, we will cover the definition and formula of the coefficient of restitution. We will also see how types of collision can be determined from the value of the coefficient of restitution. We will also solve a numerical problem using the formula of ...
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Coordinate Systems & different types of Coordinate Systems

To specify the location of a point in space, a coordinate system must be used. A coordinate system consists of a reference point called the origin O and a set of labeled axes. The positive direction of an axis is in the direction of increasing ...
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Conditions of Perpendicular and Parallel Vectors

Conditions of Perpendicular and Parallel Vectors are as follows: Nonzero vectors A and B are perpendicular if A · B = 0 or Ax Bx +Ay By+Az Bz = 0 Nonzero vectors A and B are parallel if A×B = 0.For any two parallel vectors ...
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How to find The Angle Between Two Vectors

In this post, we will see how to find out the angle between two vectors. Say A and B are 2 vectors, where A =Ax i + Ay j + Azk and B = Bx i + By j + Bzk If we take the ...
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How to derive the value of R (Universal Gas Constant)

The Combined Gas Law or Gas Equation is as follows: PV / T = constant (K) ......... (1) The value of this constant K changes if the volume of the gas changes. (so, not a constant actually) Hence, a new constant kb is brought in, ...
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Microprocessor Fundamentals

In this post, we are presenting a bunch of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) based on the Microprocessor Fundamentals. These FAQs on microprocessors are important for students of electronics engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, and other related engineering fields. Currently, this question-answer set has nearly 50 ...
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Polar and Nonpolar Covalent Bonds – concepts

In this post, we will briefly discuss the concepts of Polar and Nonpolar Covalent Bonds. Polar Covalent bond In some covalent bonds, electrons are not shared equally between the two atoms. These are called polar bonds. Figure 1 shows this polar bond for water. Polar ...
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Comparing three Classes of Levers

All three classes of levers make work easier, but they do so in different ways. In this post, we will discuss a few distinguishing pointers of three types of levers. And, these pointers will help to compare three classes of levers structurally and functionally. Compare ...
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Compound machines

Some of the machines you use every day are made up of several simple machines. Two or more simple machines that operate together form a compound machine. Look at the can opener in Figure 1. figure 1: can opener as a compound machine Compound machine ...
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Gear as a simple machine

A gear is a wheel and axle with the wheel having teeth around its rim. When the teeth of two gears interlock, the turning of one gear causes the other gear to turn. figure 1: gears features of a gear When two gears of different ...
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Rolling Motion (or plane motion) & its types

The motion of a rigid body undergoing rotation about an axis, with the axis of rotation having a translational motion, is called rolling motion or plane motion. Thus rolling motion is a combination of translational and rotational motion. Examples: A spinning ball thrown in the ...
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Pure Rotational Motion of rigid bodies

In this post, we will discuss the Pure Rotational Motion of rigid bodies, and also analyze an example with a supporting diagram. Then we will discuss Pure translational motion with a diagram. Once we do these, we will quickly compare Pure Rotational Motion and Pure ...
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P-Type Semiconductors – revision notes

P-type semiconductors are obtained by adding trivalent impurities (Boron, Gallium, Indium, Aluminum) to a pure semiconductor. The three valence electrons of the impurity atom form covalent bonds with neighboring semiconductor atoms and the fourth covalent bond has a vacancy. This gives rise to a hole ...
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N-Type Semiconductors – revision notes

N-type semiconductors are obtained by adding pentavalent impurities (Bismuth, Antimony, Arsenic, and Phosphorous) to a pure semiconductor. The four valence electrons of the impurity atom form covalent bonds with four neighboring semiconductor atoms and the filth electron is free to move in the crystal. Thus ...
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Orbital speed & Escape speed – worksheet

This worksheet contains numerical problems on Orbital speed & Escape speed. 1) a) Confirm that the escape speed from the Earth’s surface is 11.2 km s−1.b) Explain why all masses have the same escape speed.c) Determine the escape speed from a planet that had twice ...
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The nature of sound waves | Some important features of sound waves

In this post, we will list down some important features of sound waves (the nature of sound waves). Some important features of sound waves | the nature of sound waves Sound is a longitudinal wave transferred by oscillating molecules so that it needs a medium ...
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Describing phase change in terms of molecular behaviour

In this post, we will describe the change of state (phase change) in terms of molecular behavior. When solids that do not melt are heated, the thermal energy supplied overcomes some intermolecular forces and therefore increases some molecular potential energies. But most of the thermal ...
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