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Physics G12

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Physics Grade 12 (3rd Thanaweya)

  • 1: Dynamic Electricity and Electromagnetism
    1.1: Electrical Current and Ohm’s Law
    1.1.1: Series Connection
    1.1.2: Parallel Connection
    1.1.3: Ohm’s law for closed circuits
    1.1.4: Relation between emf and voltage a cross a source
    1.1.5: Kirchhoff’s laws
    1.1.6: Examples based on Kirchhoff’s laws
    1.2: Magnetic Effects of Electric Current and Measuring Instruments
    1.2.1: The Magnetic Field due to a Current in a Straight Wire
    1.2.2: Ampere's righ-hand rule
    1.2.3: The Magnetic Field due to a Current in a Circular Loop
    1.2.4: Right hand screw rule
    1.2.5: The Magnetic Field due to a Current in a Solenoid
    1.2.6: Force due to magnetic field acting on straight wire carrying current
    1.2.7: Fleming's left-hand rule
    1.2.8: The force between two parallel wires each carrying current
    1.2.9: Torque acting on a coil carrying current
    1.2.10: The Galvanometer Sensitivity
    1.2.11: Direct Current (DC) Ammeter
    1.2.12: Direct Current (DC) Voltmeter
    1.2.13: The Ohmmeter
    1.3: Electromagnetic Induction
    1.3.1: Faraday experience
    1.3.2: Faraday's laws
    1.3.3: Lenz's rule
    1.3.4: The direction of the induced current in a straight wire
    1.3.5: Fleming's right-hand rule
    1.3.6: Mutual induction between two coils
    1.3.7: Experiment to study mutual Induction
    1.3.8: Self induction of a coil
    1.3.9: The Henry
    1.3.10: Eddy currents
    1.3.11: Induced emf in a moving straight wire
    1.3.12: Alternating current generator
    1.3.13: Effective value of the alternating current
    1.3.14: Current rectification in the dynamo
    1.3.15: The Transformer
    1.3.16: The relation between the two emfs in the two coils of the transformers
    1.3.17: The relation between the current intensities in the two coils of the transformer
    1.3.18: The uses of the electric transformer
    1.3.19: DC Motor
    1.3.20: The motor and the galvanometer
    1.3.21: Operation of a DC motor through one complete revolution
    1.4: Alternating Current Circuits
    1.4.1: AC through Pure ohmic resistance
    1.4.2: AC through pure inductive coil
    1.4.3: AC through pure capacitor
    1.4.4: AC through RLC circuit
    1.4.5: Resonance in Alternating Current Circuits
  • 2: Introduction to Modern Physics
    2.1: Wave Particle Duality
    2.1.1: Blackbody Radiation
    2.1.2: The photoelectric effect and thermionic effect
    2.1.3: Compton Effect
    2.1.4: Photon properties
    2.1.5: Relation between photon wavelength and its linear momentum
    2.1.6: Wave properties of a particle
    2.1.7: Electron microscope
    2.2: Atomic Spectra
    2.2.1: The Bohr Model of the Atom
    2.2.2: Emission of light from Bohr's atom
    2.2.3: Spectrometer
    2.2.4: X-rays
    2.2.5: Coolidge tube
    2.2.6: X-ray applications
    2.3: Lasers
    2.3.1: Spontaneous and Stimulated Emission
    2.3.2: The Properties of Laser Beam
    2.3.3: Theory of the laser action
    2.3.4: Main components of a laser
    2.3.5: Helium-neon laser
    2.3.6: Laser applications
    2.4: Modern Electronics
    2.4.1: Pure Semiconductors
    2.4.2: Doping
    2.4.3: Electronic components and devices
    2.4.4: PN junction
    2.4.5: Transistors
    2.4.6: Digital Electronics
    2.4.7: Logic gates

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