Physics class 11 videos According to National Examinations Board(NEB) Syllabus ,Nepal

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- After Completion of this Course, Students will get complete knowledge of class 11 Physics based on NEB Syllabus, and will be able to secure good marks in final exam.

Curriculum for this course

312 Lessons
53:38:09 H:M:S

Unit 1- Mechanics

171 Lessons
31:21:16 H:M:S

1. Physical Quantities

- 1. Fundamental and Derived quantities 00:09:01
- 2. Measurements and units 00:07:10
- 3. Correct way of writing units 00:07:15
- 4. Sub-fundamental quantities 00:10:47
- 5. Prefixes for powers of 10 00:08:46
- 6. Precision and accuracy 00:09:38
- 7. Uncertainty in measurement 00:07:04
- 8. Significant figures 00:06:43
- 9. Addition and multiplication with significant figures 00:06:39
- 10. Dimensions, dimensional formula and dimensional equation 00:09:37
- 11. Uses of dimensional formula 00:11:35
- 12. Uses of dimensional formula(To derive the relationship between different physical quantities) 00:17:45
- 13. Third and fourth uses of dimensional formula 00:14:03
- 14. Limitations of dimensional analysis 00:04:19

- 1. Introduction to vectors 00:09:10
- 2. Triangle law of vector addition 00:14:28
- 3. Parallelogram law of vector addition 00:10:13
- 4. Special cases of vector addition 00:15:34
- 5. Polygon law of vector addition 00:05:08
- 6. Subraction of vectors 00:06:11
- 7. Properties of vector addition 00:11:59
- 8. Vector addition demonstration 00:14:31
- 9. Unit vector 00:11:32
- 10. Resolution of vectors 00:11:38
- 11. Scalar product 00:08:34
- 12. Properties of scalar product 00:03:07
- 13. Special cases 00:05:20
- 14. Vector product 00:10:02
- 15. Properties of vector product 00:10:53
- 16. Special cases 00:12:16
- 17. Vector product demonstration 00:08:57
- 18. Problem 1 00:10:03
- 19. Problem 2 00:04:01
- 20. Problem 3 00:05:31

- 1. Distance and displacement 00:08:15
- 2. Speed 00:04:24
- 3. Velocity 00:06:51
- 4. Instantaneous velocity 00:07:30
- 5. Acceleration 00:04:19
- 6. Instantaneous acceleration 00:05:26
- 7. Graphical representation of motion 00:15:24
- 8. Equation of motion for uniform acceleration 00:07:05
- 9. Distance travelled in the nth second 00:05:33
- 10. Equations of motion(Graphical treatment) 00:12:15
- 11. Projectile motion(Introduction) 00:06:40
- 12. Projectile fired parallel to horizontal 00:19:26
- 13. Projectile fired at an angle with horizontal 00:19:17
- 14. Velocity of any instant of a projectile fired at an angle with horizontal 00:04:45
- 15. Relative velocity in one dimension 00:07:59
- 16. Relative velocity in two dimensions 00:06:20
- 17. Special cases 00:04:04
- 18. Relative velocity of rain with respect to rain 00:05:27
- 19. Swimmer-river problem 00:08:23
- 20. Problem 1(Airplane-wind problem part 1 00:09:54
- 21. Problem 2(Airplane-wind problem part 2.mp4 00:08:45
- 22. Problem 3(Parabolic trajectory) 00:17:41
- 23. Problem 4(Components of velocity and acceleration) 00:10:35

- 1. Newton's first law motion 00:12:41
- 2. Linear Momentum Newton's second law of motion 00:15:34
- 3. Conservation of Linear momentum and Newton's third law of motion 00:16:31
- 4. Apparent weight 00:23:50
- 5. Linear momentum 00:19:48
- 6. Impulse 00:08:49
- 7. Newton's Second Law as real law of motion 00:10:41
- 8. Freebody diagram 00:23:36
- 9. Freebody diagram (Case IV) 00:11:25
- 10. Freebody diagram (Case V) 00:08:43
- 11. Freebody diagram (Case VI) 00:15:16
- 12. Atwood machine 00:12:32
- 13. Equilibrium and its types 00:13:42
- 14. Torque due to a couple 00:08:02
- 15. Principle of Moment 00:13:16
- 16. Friction 00:11:10
- 17. Static friction, dynamic friction and rolling friction 00:12:41
- 18. Laws of friction 00:19:33
- 19. Angle of friction and angle of repose 00:19:01
- 20. Pulling with oblique angle 00:11:13
- 21. Problem 1 00:09:01
- 22. Problem 2 (Force as rate of change of momentum) 00:13:42
- 23. Problem 3 (Equilibrium in one dimension) 00:10:04
- 24. Problem 4 (The Ladder Problem) 00:23:44
- 25. Problem 5 (The Rocket equation) 00:09:30

- 1. Work 00:13:03
- 2. Illustrations of work done against friction 00:24:33
- 3. Work done by the variable force 00:13:20
- 4. Energy 00:10:54
- 5. Kinetic energy 00:06:30
- 6. Work-energy theorem 00:07:06
- 7. Kinetic energy of exploding objects 00:10:47
- 8. Potential energy 00:08:08
- 9. Principle of conservation of energy 00:20:43
- 10. Conservative and non-conservative forces 00:09:20
- 11. Power 00:07:14
- 12. Collision 00:09:02
- 13. Elastic collision in one dimension 00:20:50
- 14. Special cases of elastic collision in one dimension 00:14:28
- 15. Inelastic collision 00:07:06
- 16. Inelastic collision in one dimension 00:13:12
- 17. Resilience and coefficient of restitution 00:09:13
- 18. Problem 1 00:09:51
- 19. Problem 2 00:09:03
- 20. Problem 3 00:11:22
- 21. Problem 4 00:17:34
- 22. Problem 5 00:07:36
- 23. Problem 6 00:10:02

- 1. Circular motion Part 1 00:24:44
- 2. Circular motion Part 2 00:17:16
- 3. Relation between angular velocity and linear velocity 00:11:04
- 4. Centripetal acceleration 00:16:16
- 5. Tangential acceleration 00:10:51
- 6. Centrifugal force 00:09:53
- 7. A vehicle taking a circular turn on a level road 00:12:33
- 8. Banking of road 00:20:03
- 9. Wall of death 00:12:12
- 10. Banking of cyclist 00:10:39
- 11. Motion in a vertical cycle 00:20:15
- 12. Conic pendulum 00:15:43
- 13. Problem 1 00:05:14
- 14. Problem 2 00:07:26
- 15. Problem 3 00:07:38
- 16. Problem 4 00:09:22
- 17. Problem 5 00:09:52
- 18. Problem 6 00:04:58

- 1. Newton's Law of Gravitation 00:13:15
- 2. Gravitation and principle of superposition 00:07:06
- 3. Inertial mass and gravitational mass 00:04:56
- 4. Acceleration due to gravity 00:11:07
- 5. Variation of g due to height 00:13:54
- 6. Variation of g due to depth 00:15:42
- 7. Variation of g due to rotation of earth 00:22:10
- 8. Centre of mass 00:11:47
- 9. Centre of mass of n particles 00:20:03
- 10. Centre of gravity 00:13:12
- 11. Gravitational field intensity 00:19:50
- 12. Gravitational potential and gravitational potential energy 00:21:59
- 13. Relation between Gravitational field anf gravitational potential 00:09:02
- 14. Work done in moving an objects between two points in gravitational field 00:11:00
- 15. Escape velocity 00:13:50
- 16. Weightlessness 00:07:34
- 17. Satellite and principle of launching a satellite 00:04:39
- 18. Expression for orbital velocity 00:15:16
- 19. Geostationary satellites 00:09:38
- 20. Total energy of a satellite 00:08:43
- 21. Global positioning system 00:11:14
- 22. Problem 1 00:09:09
- 23. Problem 2 00:06:34
- 24. Problem 3 00:12:11
- 25. Problem 4 00:06:59
- 26. Problem 5 00:07:21
- 27. Problem 6 00:12:11
- 28. Problem 7 00:10:27
- 29. Problem 8 00:10:40

- 1. Elasticity 00:05:28
- 2. Potential energy vs. Interatomicforce 00:08:43
- 3. Meaning of Stress 00:13:43
- 4. Strain 00:11:51
- 5. Elastic limit and stress vs strain graph 00:09:45
- 6. Hooke's law 00:11:10
- 7. Young's modulus of elasticity 00:05:38
- 8. Bulk modulus of elasticity 00:08:03
- 9. Shear modulus of elasticity 00:03:56
- 10. Molecular explanation of Hooke's law 00:08:00
- 11. Energy stored in a streched wire 00:13:45
- 12. Poisson's ratio 00:10:36
- 13. Elastic after effect and elastic fatigue 00:06:08
- 14. Elastic hysteresis 00:06:54
- 15. Factors affecting Elasticity 00:03:38
- 16. Problem 1 00:05:58
- 17. Problem 2 00:15:42
- 18. Problem 3 00:09:14
- 19. Problem 4 00:04:46

Unit 2- Heat And Temperature

89 Lessons
15:03:21 H:M:S

9. Heat and Temperature

- 1. Heat and Temperature 00:10:19
- 2. Thermal equilibrium 00:10:06
- 3. Zeroth Law (0th law) 00:05:23
- 4. Thermometer and temperature scales 00:07:46
- 5. Absolute zero 00:05:10
- 6. Calibration of thermometers 00:04:49
- 7. Liquid thermometer 00:09:41
- 8. Different types of thermometer 00:07:26
- 9. Problem 1 00:03:17
- 10. Problem 2 00:06:21

- 1. Linear expansion 00:13:32
- 2. Superficial expansion 00:07:53
- 3. Cubical expansion 00:07:26
- 4. Relation between Î±, Î² and Î³ 00:09:12
- 5. Determination of coefficient of linear expansion of a metal rod using Pullinger's apparatus 00:09:02
- 6. Effects of thermal expansion of solids 00:10:53
- 7. Application of expansion of solids 00:07:46
- 8. Differential expansion 00:07:49
- 9. .Expansion of liquids 00:12:57
- 10. Effects of temperature on density of solids and liquids 00:07:43
- 11. Measurement of absolute expansivity of a liquid (By Dulong and Petit's Experiment) 00:10:32
- 12. Anomalous expansion of water 00:05:02
- 13. Problem 1 00:10:32
- 14. Problem 2 00:07:25
- 15. Problem 3 00:07:13
- 16. Problem 4 00:09:29
- 17. Problem 5 00:14:14

- 1. Quantity of heat (Introduction) 00:10:18
- 2. Calorimeter 00:04:14
- 3. Principle of calorimetry 00:09:23
- 4. Water equivalent 00:05:50
- 5. Determination of specific heat capacity of solid by the method of mixture 00:13:06
- 6. Newton's law of cooling 00:27:16
- 7. Determination of specific heat capacity of liquid by the method of cooling 00:17:48
- 8. Change of phase 00:07:48
- 9. Latent heat 00:13:44
- 10. Measurement of latent heat of fusion of ice by method of mixtures 00:15:00
- 11. Measurement of latent heat of vaporization by method of mixtures 00:13:20
- 12. Regelation 00:04:20
- 13. Vapour and gases 00:04:39
- 14. Phase diagram and triple point 00:14:09
- 15. Problem 1 00:12:30
- 16. Problem 2 00:13:10
- 17. Problem 3 00:08:45
- 18. Problem 4 00:10:57
- 19. Problem 5 00:06:59
- 20. Problem 6 00:08:53

- 1. Rate of heat flow Introduction 00:09:21
- 2. Conduction 00:09:57
- 3. Determination of coefficient of thermal conductivity by Searle's method 00:11:16
- 4. Convection 00:08:30
- 5. Radiation 00:11:53
- 6. Reflection, absorption and transmission coefficients of thermal radiation 00:06:03
- 7. Black body 00:05:56
- 8. Ferry's blackbody 00:04:08
- 9. Emissivity 00:08:47
- 10. Stefan's law of lackbody radiation 00:18:47
- 11. Newton's law of cooling and Stefan's law of black body radiation 00:06:47
- 12. Solar constant 00:10:30
- 13. Problem 1 00:14:51
- 14. Problem 2 00:06:52
- 15. Problem 3 00:09:09
- 16. Problem 4 00:04:38
- 17. Problem 5 00:07:33
- 18. Problem 6 00:18:17

- 1. Real vs Ideal gas 00:12:00
- 2. Mole concept 00:16:14
- 3. Boyle's Law 00:14:34
- 4. Charles' constant at constant pressure 00:15:24
- 5. Charles' constant at constant volume 00:08:20
- 6. Equation of state 00:09:09
- 7. Universal gas constant 00:11:30
- 8.Dalton's law of partial pressure 00:10:23
- 9.Kinetic molecular model of an ideal gas 00:13:22
- 10. Pressure exerted by a gas 00:24:54
- 11. Relation between RMS speed and temperature of a gas 00:08:00
- 12. Kinetic energy and temperature of gas 00:09:33
- 13. Derivation of gas laws from kinetic theory of gases 00:08:19
- 14. Degrees of freedom 00:16:59
- 15. Specific heat capacity of solids 00:10:23
- 16. Specific capacity of gases 00:14:43
- 17. Mean free path 00:08:39
- 18. Problem 1 00:06:04
- 19. Problem 2 00:09:25
- 20. Problem 3 00:05:32
- 21. Problem 4 00:12:26
- 22. Problem 5 00:06:42
- 23. Problem 6 00:12:57
- 24. Problem 7 00:13:27

Unit-3 Waves and Optics

52 Lessons
07:10:55 H:M:S

14. Reflection at Curved Mirrors

- 1. Reflection 00:06:50
- 2. Reversibility of light and types of reflection 00:05:26
- 3. Relation between glancing angle and angle of deviation 00:03:37
- 4. Rotation of mirror 00:07:24
- 5. Inclined mirrors and retroreflectors 00:06:25
- 6. Object distance and image distance 00:04:38
- 7. Real, and virtual objects and images 00:04:26
- 8. Maximum size of mirror to see the full image 00:05:46
- 9. Reflection in a curved mirror 00:08:01
- 10. Relation ship between radius of curvature and focus of a curved mirror 00:22:04
- 11. Sign convention in optics 00:07:17
- 12. Ray diagram in concave and convexx mirror 00:11:27
- 13. Spherical aberration and parabolic mirror 00:10:21
- 14. Mirror formula 00:11:12
- 15. Mirror formula in convex mirror and sign convention 00:06:21
- 16. Linear magnification 00:09:26
- 17. Newton's formula 00:03:52
- 18. Uses of mirrors 00:04:17
- 19. Problem 1 00:07:52
- 20. Problem 2 00:11:49
- 21. Problem 3 00:07:08
- 22. Problem 4 00:09:42
- 23. Problem 5 00:05:58

- 1. Refraction of light introduction 00:12:44
- 2. Cause of refraction of light 00:10:01
- 3. Refractive index in two media 00:09:01
- 4. Refractive index in three media 00:13:46
- 5. Real depth and apparent depth 00:11:15
- 6. Lateral shift 00:19:43
- 7. Critical angle 00:07:33
- 8. Total internal reflection 00:06:40
- 9. Applications of total internal reflection 00:09:34
- 10. Problem 1 00:06:14
- 11. Problem 2 00:04:50
- 12. Problem 3 00:08:04
- 13. Problem 4 00:03:56
- 14. Problem 5 00:07:44

- 1. Prisms introduction 00:05:29
- 2. Refraction through prism 00:13:08
- 3. Condition for minimum deviation 00:09:14
- 4. Refraction through prisms demonstration 00:10:05
- 5. Deviation of light from small angled prism 00:07:15
- 6. Demonstration of deviation of light from small angled prism 00:05:20
- 7. Factors effecting angle of deviation 00:07:58
- 8. Grazing angle and grazing emergence 00:12:29
- 9. Grazing angle and grazing emergence demonstration 00:06:28
- 10. Problem 1 00:05:09
- 11. Problem 2 00:03:24
- 12. Problem 3 00:09:06
- 13. Problem 4 00:05:46
- 14. Problem 5 00:06:39
- 15. Problem 6 00:11:01

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