Physics in Seconds

# "Every Equation has a Formula."

- Distance & Displacement
- Speed & Velocity
- Acceleration
- Equations of Motion
- Laws of Motion
- Force and its Effects
- Momentum & Impulse
- Law of Conservation of Momentum
- Elastic Collision in One Dimension
- Projectile Motion

- Work and its types
- Work done by constant and variable force
- Work done in gravitational field
- Energy and its types
- Kinetic and Potential Energy
- Gravitational Potential Energy
- Conservation of Energy
- Power

- Angular Displacement
- Angular Velocity
- Angular Acceleration
- Relation between Linear and Angular Quantities
- Centripetal Force
- Cemtripetal Acceleration

- Simple Harmonic Motion and its Characteristics
- Mass Spring System
- Simple Pendulum
- Energy Conservation in SHM
- Waves and its Types
- Speed of Sound
- Interference
- Beats
- Stationary Waves
- Doppler's Effect

- Heat
- Temperature and its Scales
- Internal Energy
- 1st Law of Thermodynamics
- Molar Specific Heat and its Types

- Coulomb's Law
- Electric Field Intensity
- Electric Flux
- Gauss's Law and its Applications
- Electric Potential
- Electric Potential Difference
- Capacitance

- Electric Current
- Effects of Current
- Drift Velocity
- Ohm's Law
- Resistance and Resistivity
- Temperature Coefficient of Resistance
- Electromotive Force and Electric Potential Difference
- Electric Power and Maximum Power Output

- Ampere's Law
- Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Conductor placed in a Magnetic Field
- Magnetic Force of a Charge Moving in a Magnetic Field
- e/m Ratio of an Electron

- Motional EMF
- Faraday's Law
- Mutual and Self Induction
- Inductance of an Inductor
- Energy Stored in an Inductor
- Alternating Current Generator
- Back EMF and Back Motor Effect
- Transformer

- Rectification and its Types

- Plank's Theory
- Photoelectric Effect
- Compton's Effect
- Pair Production and Matter Annihilation
- De Broglie Hypothesis

- Hydrogen Emission Spectrum
- Number of Spectral Lines
- Spectral Series
- Bohr's Atomic Model

- Nucleus and its Size
- Radioactivity
- Half Life
- Dose and Equivalent Dose