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Objective Physics For NEET Volume I S.K. Singh, Dr. S. Malhotra Laxmi Publications

It give me great pleasure to present Study Package in Physics for NEET Volume-I/II. The book provides you with a practical and sound revision plan for maximizing your Physics score in NEET. You should use it as an add-on for your Board preparation right from the beginning of Class-XI. Since the Board syllabus in Physics (both XI and XII) is almost the same as that of NEET, you can prepare both the examinations simultaneously.
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  • Publisher: Laxmi Publications
  • Language: English
  • ISBN : 978-93-5274-506-7
  • Chapter 1


    The following document contains the contents table of the book Objective Physics for NEET Volume I.

  • Chapter 2

    Syllabus for NEET Physics

    The following document contains preface to Objective Physics for NEET Volume I.

  • Chapter 3

    Preface to Objective Physics for NEET Volume I

    Today is the age of competitions and only ‘constant’ in the pattern of examinations is the ‘change’. Though the syllabus for Board examination (classes XI and XII) is almost same as that for competitive examination, even a very high percentage for Board examinations is not a safe entry to every competitive examination. It has been an established fact that a very high percentage, say 95% and above, in PCB, may not get you a 2-digit rank in NEET. On the other hand, a Board percentage of about 80% in PCB, may get you a single-digit rank in NEET. The difference is only in terms of the type of preparation you do while preparing these examinations. Whereas Board preparation is purely subjective, preparation for a competition, say NEET/AIIMS, is purely objective in nature. 

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    Chapter 1 Physical World and Measurement Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    Physics is making great contributions to the social progress of mankind: When the laws of physics are properly interpreted, they also apply to living organisms and this has resulted in the development of biophysics. In fact, no branch of  science can progress without using the techniques of modern physics

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    Chapter 2 Kinematics Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    The shortest distance between two points is called displacement. Displacement is a  vector quantity as it possesses both magnitude and direction. It has the unit of length. On the other hand, the length of the actual path    between    the    initial    and    final    positions    of    the    particle is known as distance travelled by it.

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    Chapter 3 Laws Of Motion Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    Force is that external agency (push or pull) which produces or tends to produce or else, destroys  or tends to destroy the motion of a body. Force is a vector quantity.

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    Chapter 4 Work Energy And Power Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    Work is said to be done, when a force acting on a body moves it through some distance along the direction of the force. W = F . S  = F S cos θ where θ is the angle between F and S.    •    When    a    body    moves    perpendicular    to    the    direction    of    the    force    applied,    the    work    done    is    zero. W = FS cos 90° = 0  Therefore, the centripetal force can never do work on a body which is moving along a circular path.

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    Chapter 5 Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    The centre of mass is a point in the system at which if whole mass of the system is imagined to be concentrated, then the nature of the motion performed by the system remains unchanged, when the forces acting on the system are directly applied at this point. If no external force acts on the system, the centre of mass moves with constant velocity. If r1 and r2 are the position vectors of the two particles of masses m1 and m2 constituting the system, then position vector of centre of mass is given by, r = mm mr mr 1

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    Chapter 6 Gravitation Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    According    to    Newton’s    law    of    gravitation,    every    body    in    this    universe    attracts    every    other    body    with    a    force,    which    is    directly    proportional    to    the    product    of    their    masses    and    inversely    proportional    to    the    square    of    the    distance    between    their    centres.

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    Chapter 7 Mechanics of Solids and Fluids Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

        The crystalline solids    are    those    solids    in    which    atoms    or    molecules    are    arranged    in    a    definite    and    regular    pattern    throughout    the    body    of    the    solids.    They    are    bounded    by    flat    surfaces    and    have    uniform chemical composition.    They    also    have    sharp    melting    points.    • The    atoms    in    a    solid    are    held    together    by    interatomic    forces.    The    variations    of    potential    energy    U    and    interatomic    force    F    with    interatomic    separation    r    are    shown    in    figure    respectively.

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    Chapter 8 Kinetic Theory of Gases Heat and Thermodynamics Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    According    to    Boyle’s    law,    the    volume    of    a    given    mass    of    a    gas    is    inversely    proportional    to    the    pressure,    provided    temperature    remains    constant.

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    Chapter 9 Oscillations Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    A    periodic    motion    repeats    itself    over    and    over    again    after    a    fixed    interval    of    time. •    An    oscillatory    motion    repeats    itself    over    and    over    again    about    its    mean    position    and    remains    confined    within    two    extreme    positions    on    either    side    of    the    mean    position. •    The    time    period    of    an    oscillatory    motion    refers    to    the    time    in    which    one    oscillation    is    completed. •    The    number    of    vibrations    that    occur    in    a    unit    time    is    called    the    frequency    of    the    periodic    motion.    The    SI    unit    of    frequency    is    hertz    (Hz).

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    Chapter 10 Waves Price 0.11  |  0.11 Rewards Points

    A wave motion is a kind of disturbance that travels through a medium due to the repeated periodic motion of the particles of the medium about their mean positions, the motion gets handed over from one particle to another. • The phenomenon of wave propagation on the water surface can be explained on the basis of elasticity and inertia of the medium.

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