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- Always practice all the definitions by writing it.

**CBSE Class 11 Physics, Notes ,Test Papers, Sample Papers, NCERT Solutions and many more..**

- Introduction to International system of units
- Measurement of length
- Measurement of mass
- Measurement of time
- Accuracy and precision of measurements and errors in measurement
- Absolute error, relative error and percentage error
- Combination of errors
- Significant figures
- Dimension of physical quantity, dimension formula and equation
- Dimensional analysis and applicationn

- Scalars and Vectors
- Position and displacement vectors
- Equality of vectors
- Multiplication of vector by real number
- Addition and subtraction of vector: graphical method
- Resolution of vectors
- Vector addition- analytical method
- Vector and scalar product
- Motion in a plane with constant acceleration
- Relative velocity in two dimension
- Projectile motion
- Uniform circular motion

- Work done by a constant force
- Work done by a variable force
- kinetic energy
- work-energy theorem
- power
- Notion of potential energy
- potential energy of a spring
- conservative forces
- conservation of mechanical energy (kinetic and potential energies)
- non-conservative forces
- motion in a vertical circle
- elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions

- What kind of a motion can a rigid body have
- Center of mass
- Motion of center of mass
- Linear momentum of system of particle
- Vector product of two vectors
- Angular velocity and its relation with linear velocity
- Torque
- Angular momentum
- Torque and angular momentum of system, law of conservation of angular momentum
- Equilibrium of rigid body
- Moment of inertia
- Theorems of perpendicular and parallel axes
- Kinematics of rotational motion around a fixed axis
- Dynamics of rotational motion about a fixed axis
- Angular momentum in case of rotation about fixed axis
- Rolling motion

- Pressure
- Pascal's law, variation of pressure with depth
- Atmospheric pressure and Gauge pressure
- Hydraulic machines
- Streamline flow
- Bernouli's principle
- Speed of efflux, Venturimeter
- Dynamic lift
- Viscosity
- Reynold's number
- Surface tension
- Surface energy
- Pressure in drop and bubbles, Capillary rise
- Detergents and surface tension

- Temperature and heat
- Measurement of temperature
- Newton's first law of motion
- Ideal gas equation and absolute temperature
- Thermal expansion
- Specific heat capacity
- Calorimetry
- Change of state: boiling point
- Change of state: melting point
- Latent heat
- Heat transfer: Conduction
- Convection
- Convection
- Radiation
- Black Body and Black Body Radiation
- Black Body Radiation – Wein's displacement Law
- Black Body Radiation: Stefan Boltzmann law
- Newton's law of cooling

- Periodic and oscillatory motion
- Simple harmonic motion
- Simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion
- Velocity and acceleration in simple harmonic motion
- Force law for simple harmonic motion
- Energy in simple harmonic motion
- Some systems executing simple harmonic motion: oscillation due to spring
- The simple pendulum
- Damped simple harmonic motion
- Forced oscillation and resonance