### BIT SAT 2015: Physics Syllabus:

**Chapter 1: Units & Measurement:**

-Units (Different Systems of Units,SI Units, Fundamentals and derived Units)

-Dimensional Analysis

-Precision and Significant Figures

-Fundamental Measurements in Physics (Vernier Calipers, Screw Gauge, Physical Balance etc)

**Chapter 2: Kinematics:**

-Properties of Vectors

-Position, Velocity and Acceleration Vectors

-Motion with constant acceleration

-Projectile Motion

-Uniform Circular Motion

-Relative Motion

**Chapter 3: Newtons Laws of Motion:**

-Newtons laws (free body diagram, resolution of forces)

-Motion on an inclined plane

-Motion of blocks with pulley systems

-Circular Motion- Centripetal Force

-Inertial and Non inertial frames

**Chapter 4: Impulse and Momentum:**

-Definition of Impulse and Momentum

-Conservation of Momentum

-Collisions

-Momentum of a system of particles

-Centre of mass

**Chapter 5: Work and Energy:**

-Work done by a force

-Kinetic energy and work energy theorem

-Power

-Conservative forces and potential energy

-Conservation of mechanical energy

**Chapter 6: Rotational Motion:**

-Description of Rotation (angular Displacement, angular velocity, and angular acceleration)

-Rotational Motion with constant angular acceleration

-Moment of inertia, parallel and perpendicular axes theorms, rotational kinetic energy.

-Torque and angular momentum

-Conservation of angular momentum

-Rolling motion

**Chapter 7: Gravitation:**

-Newtons law of gravitation

-Gravitational potential energy, escape velocity

-Motion of planets – keplers laws, satellite motion

**Chapter 8: mechanics of Solids and Fluids:**

-Elasticity

-Pressure, density, and Archimedes Principle

-Viscosity and surface tension

-Bernoulli’s theorem

**Chapter 9: Oscillations:**

-Kinematics of simple harmonic motion

-Spring mass system, simple and compound pendulum

-Forced & damped oscillations, resonance

**Chapter 10: Waves:**

-Progressive sinusoidal waves

-Standing waves in strings and pipes

-Superposition of waves, beats

-Doppler effect

**Chapter 11: heat and thermodynamics:**

-Kinetic theory of gases

-Thermal equilibrium and temperature

-Specific heat, heat transfer, conduction, convection and radiation, thermal conductivity, Newton’s law of Cooling.

**Chapter 12: Electrostatics:**

-Coulomb’s law

-Electric field (discrete and continuous charge distributions)

-Electrostatic potential and electrostatic potential energy

-Gauss law and its applications

-Electric dipole

Capacitance and dielectrics (parallel plate capacitor, capacitors in series and parallel)

**Chapter 13: Current Electricity:**

-Ohm law, joule heating

-D.C. circuits, – resistors and cells in series and parallel, kirchoffs laws, potentiometer and Wheatstone bridge.

-Electrical resistance (Resistivity, origin, and temperature dependence of resistivity)

**Chapter 14: Magnetic Effect of Current:**

-Biot savart law and its applications

-Ampere’s law and its applications

-Lorentz force, force on current carrying conductors in a magnetic field

-Magnetic moment of a current loop, torque on a current loop, galvanometer and its conversion to voltmeter and ammeter.

**Chapter 15: Electromagnetic Induction:**

-Faradays’s law, lenz’s law, eddy currents

-Self and mutual inductance

-Transformers and generators

-Alternating current (peak and rms value)

-AC circuits, LCR Circuits

**Chapter 16: Optics:**

-Laws of reflection and refraction

-Lenses and mirrors

-Optical instruments- telescope and microscope

-Interference – huygen’s principle, young’s double slit experiment

-Interference in thin films

-Diffraction due to a single slit

-Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics (only quantitative ideas) Electromagnetic spectrum

-Polarization- states of polarization, Malus’s law, Brewster’s law

**Chapter 17: Modern Physics:**

-Dual nature of light and matter – photoelectric effect, De Broglie Wavelength

-Atomic models – Rutherford experiment, bohr’s atomic model

-Hydrogen atom spectrum

-Radioactivity

-Nuclear reactions: Fission and fusion, binding energy.

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