# Atlearner Physics: Ultimate Guide to Mastering Physics

"Unlock the Secrets of Physics"

Here is a list of the chapters which include "Basics & Advanced Physics" with a brief discussion for each and tutorial links:

Physical World and Measurement

Physical World: This chapter introduces the fundamental concepts of physics and the scientific method. It covers the scope of physics and its relation to other sciences, as well as the various physical quantities and units of measurement. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

A. Physical World

Units and Measurements: This chapter goes into more depth about physical quantities and units of measurement, including the International System of Units (SI) and their use in making measurements. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

A. Units and Measurement

» Measurement of Length
» Measurement of Mass
» Measurement of Time
» What is Plane Angle?
» What is Solid Angle?
» What is Parallax Method?
» What is Parallax Angle or Parallactic Angle.

B. Instruments

» What is the Accuracy of Instruments?
» What is Precision of Instruments?
» What are Errors in Measurement?
» What are Significant Figures?
» What are the Instruments Used for Measurement in Physics?
» What is Main Scale
» What is Vernier Scale?
» What is Least Count?
» What is Screw Pitch?
» What is Vernier Caliper or Slide Caliper? How It is Used?
» What is Screw Gauge? How It is Used?

C. Dimensions

Kinematics

Motion in a Straight Line: This chapter covers the basic kinematic concepts of motion, including displacement, velocity, and acceleration, and their relationship with time. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

» What is Frame of Reference?
» What is a Coordinate System?
» What is a Cartesian Coordinate System?
» What is 1-D Cartesian Coordinate System?
» What is 2-D Cartesian Coordinate System?
» What is 3-D Cartesian Coordinate System?
» What is a Polar Coordinate System?
» What is a Spherical Coordinate System?
» What are Variable and Constant?
» What is Function in Physics?
» Why do We Use Summation in Maths/Physics?
» Why do We Use Limits in Maths/Physics?
» What is Differential Calculus?
» What is Integral Calculus?
» What is Rectilinear Motion?
» What is Translation?
» What is Rotation?
» What is Mixed Motion?
» What is Average Speed?
» What is Average Velocity?
» What is Instantaneous Velocity?
» What is Acceleration?
» What is Average Acceleration?
» What is Instantaneous Acceleration?
» Different Types of Graphs
» Kinematic Equations for Constant Acceleration?
» What is Galileo’s law of odd numbers?

Motion in a Plane: This chapter extends the kinematic concepts to two-dimensional motion, including projectile motion and circular motion, and also the explanation of coordinate systems, scalars, and vectors. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

» Geometrical Representation of a vector
» What is the Equal vector?
» What is the Opposite vector?
» What is the Collinear Vector?
» What is the Coplanar Vector?
» What is the Unit Vector?
» What is the Zero or Null Vector?
» Vector Addition ( Graphical and Analytical Method)
» Vector Subtraction ( Graphical and Analytical Method)
» Resultant Vector of two vectors
» Addition of Three or More Vectors (Law of Polygon of Vector)
» Resolution of Vectors
» Representation of a vector in 2-D Coordinate System
» What is Position Vector?
» What is Displacement Vector?
» Magnitude and Direction of a Vector
» What is Relative Velocity?
» What is Relative Acceleration?
» Motion of a Boat on a River
» Product of a Scalar and a Vector
» What is Scalar or Dot Product?
» What is Vector or Cross Product?
» What is Uniform Circular Motion? Formulas

Laws of Motion

Laws of Motion: This chapter introduces the three laws of motion proposed by Newton and their application to various physical scenarios. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

A. Newton's Laws of Motion

» What is Newton's First Law of Motion?
» What are the Units Mass?
» Rest Mass and Relativistic Mass
» What is the Law of Conservation of Mass?
» What is Inertia of Rest?
» What is Inertia of Motion?
» Rest and Motion?
» What is Linear Motion?
» What is Circular motion?
» What is the Inertial Frame of Reference?
» What is  Non-Inertial Frame of Reference
» What are the Units Force?
» What are the Types of Forces?
» What is Newton's Second Law of Motion?
» What is Acceleration?
» What is Weight?
» What is Apparent Weight?
» What is Impulsive Force?
» What is the Force of Impulsion?
» What is Newton's Third Law of Motion?
» Different Types of Action-Reaction
( Thrust, Tention, Push, Pull, Collision, Attraction, Repulsion, Friction)
» How do Rockets go in Space?

B. Friction

» Equilibrium of a Body on an Inclined Plane
» Acceleration of a Body on an Inclined Plane

C. Circular Motion

» What is Circular Motion?
» What is Angular Displacement?
» What is Angular Velocity?
» What is Instantaneous Angular Velocity?
» What is Angular Acceleration?
» What is Instantaneous Angular Acceleration?
» What is Centripetal Force?
» What is Centrifugal Force?
» Motion of a car on a level road
» Motion of a car on a banked road

Work, Energy, and Power

Work, Energy, and Power: This chapter covers the concepts of work, energy, and power, and their relationship with each other. It also includes the principle of conservation of energy. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

A. Work

» What is Work?
» What is No Work Force?
» Work Done Due to Constant Force?
» Work Done Due to Variable Force?

B. Energy

» What are the Units of Energy?
» Types of Energy
» What is Dissipation of Energy?
» Efficiency of a Machine?
» What is Mechanical Energy?
» What is Conservative Force?
» What is Non-Conservative Force?
» What is the Conservation of Mechanical Energy?
» What is Kinetic Energy?
» What is Potential Energy?
» Gravitational Potential Energy
» Potential Energy of a Spring
» What is Work-Energy Theorem?
» Work-Energy Theorem For a Variable Force?
» Mass-Energy Equivalence
» Collison - Elastic and Inelastic Collision
» Collisions in One Dimension
» Collisions in Two Dimension

C. Power

» What is Power?
» What are the Units of Power?
» What is Horse Power (H.P)?

Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

System of Particles and Rotational Motion: This chapter deals with the motion of systems of particles and their rotational motion. It includes concepts such as the center of mass, torque, and angular momentum. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

A. Statics

» What are Rigid Bodies?
» What is the Centre of Mass (C.M)?
» Centre of Mass of a Two-Particle System
» Centre of Mass of an Infinite-Particle System
» Position of the Centre of Mass of Different Bodies
» Motion of Centre of Mass (C.M)
» Linear Momentum of a System of Particles

A. Rotation of Rigid Bodies

» What is Linear Velocity?
» What is Angular Velocity?
» What is Linear Velocity?
» Relation Between Linear Velocity And Angular Velocity
» What is Torque (or Moment of Force)?
» Units and Dimension of Torque (or Moment of Force)
» Equilibrium of a Body ( Conditions for Equilibrium)
» What is Moment of Couple?
» What is the Principle of Moments?
» What is Moment of Inertia?
» Units and Dimension of Moment of Inertia
» What is Moment of Inertia?
» Moment of Inertia of Different Types of Homogeneous, Symmetrical Bodies?
» What is the Radius of Gyration?
» What is Parallel-Axis Theorem?
» What is Perpendicular-Axis Theorem?
» Application of Parallel-Axis Theorem and Perpendicular-Axis Theorem?
» What is Rotational Kinetic Energy?
» What is Angular Momentum?
» Units and Dimension of Angular Momentum?
» Relation Between Linear Momentum And Angular Momentum
» Relation Between Angular Momentum and Torque
» Laws of Conservation Angular Momentum?
» Comparison Between Linear Motion And Angular Motion
» What is the Centre of Gravity (C.G)?
» Determining the position of the center of gravity
» Position of the Centre of Gravity of Different Bodies
» Difference Between Centre of Mass (C.M) and Centre of Gravity (C.G)

Gravitation

Gravitation: This chapter covers the concept of gravitation and its application to various physical systems, including the gravitational field, potential, and orbits. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

A. Newton's Laws of Gravitation

» Effect of Earth's Ellipsoidal Surface in Gravity
» Effect of Earth's Diurnal Motion in Gravity
» Motion of Planets and Satellites

B. Kepler's Laws of Gravitation

» What is the Orbital Velocity of Planets?
» What is the Periodic Revolution of Planets?
» What is Orbital Angular Velocity?
» Useful Data Related to Gravitation
» Mass of the Sun
» Mass of the Earth
» Gravitational Attraction Between the Sun and the Moon
» Gravitational Attraction Between the Earth and the Moon

C. Gravitational Potential Energy

» Gravitational Potential Energy
» Use of Artificial Satellite
» What is Geostationary or Parking Orbit?
» Geostationary Satellite
» Orbital Velocity and Hight of Geostationary Orbit
» Polar Satellite
» Geosynchronous Satellite
» Orbital Velocity and Periodic Revolution of an Artificial Satellite
» Energy of an Artificial Satellite
» Potential Energy of an Artificial Satellite
» Kinetic Energy of an Artificial Satellite
» Total Energy of an Artificial Satellite
» Weightlessness in Artificial Satellite

Mechanical Properties of Solids: This chapter deals with the mechanical properties of solids, including stress, strain, and elasticity. It also includes the behavior of solids under different types of stress. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Mechanical Properties of Fluids: This chapter covers the mechanical properties of fluids, including pressure, viscosity, and surface tension. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Thermal Properties of Matter: This chapter deals with the thermal properties of matter, including temperature, heat, and specific heat capacity. It also includes the laws of thermodynamics. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Thermodynamics: This chapter goes into more depth about the laws of thermodynamics and their application to various physical systems. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Kinetic Theory: This chapter covers the kinetic theory of gases and their application to various physical phenomena. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Oscillations: This chapter deals with the basic concepts of oscillations and their types, including simple harmonic motion. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Waves: This chapter covers the properties of waves, including their classification, propagation, and superposition. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Electric Charges and Fields: This chapter introduces the concept of electric charges, Coulomb's law, and the electric field. It also covers the concept of electric potential and potential energy. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Electrostatics

Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance: This chapter delves deeper into electric potential and capacitance. It covers the concepts of dielectrics, capacitors, and their applications. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

A. Electric Charges and Fields

» What is Electrification?
» Gold Leaf Electroscope
» Electrostatic Induction
» What is Conductor?
» What is Insulator?
» What is Dielectric Constant of a Medium?
» Forces Between Multiple Charges
» Principle of Superposition in Electrostatics
» Continuous Charge Distribution
» What is Electric Field?
» What is Electric Field Intensity?
» Electric Field Intensity due to a Point Charge
» What are Electric Field Lines?
» What is Electric Dipole?
» What is Electric Dipole Moment?
» Electric Field due to an Electric Dipole
» Torque on a Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field
» Work Done to Deflect a Dipole in an Electric Field
» Potential Energy a Dipole
» What is Area Vector?
» What is Solid Angle?
» What is Electric Flux?
» What is Gauss's Theorem?
» Application of Gauss's Theorem
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Current Electricity

Current Electricity: This chapter covers the basics of electric current, its measurement, and its effects. It also covers the concepts of resistance, Ohm's law, and electric power. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

» What are Free Electrons?
» What is Drift Current?
» What is Voltmeter?
» What is Galvanometer?
» What are Kirchhoff's Laws?
» What is Potentiometer?
» What is Wheatstone Bridge
» What is Meter Bridge?
» What is  Electric Power?
» What is kWh?
» What are Electrical Ratings?

Moving Charges and Magnetism: This chapter deals with the concept of magnetic fields, their sources, and their properties. It also covers the motion of charged particles in a magnetic field. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Magnetism and Matter: This chapter covers the magnetic properties of materials, magnetic materials, and the concept of magnetic hysteresis. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Electromagnetic Induction: This chapter deals with the concept of electromagnetic induction, Faraday's law, and Lenz's law. It also covers the concept of self and mutual induction. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Alternating Current: This chapter covers the basics of AC circuits, including peak and RMS values, power, and reactance. It also covers the concept of resonance and quality factors. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

Electromagnetic Waves: This chapter deals with the properties of electromagnetic waves, including their nature, sources, and propagation. It also covers the concept of the electromagnetic spectrum. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Ray Optics and Optical Instruments: This chapter deals with the nature and propagation of light, reflection, refraction, and total internal reflection. It also covers the various optical instruments and their working. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Wave Optics: This chapter deals with the wave nature of light and the phenomenon of interference, diffraction, and polarization. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter: This chapter covers the concept of the dual nature of matter and radiation, de Broglie wavelength, the photoelectric effect, and the Davisson-Germer experiment. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Atoms: This chapter covers the structure of atoms, Bohr's model, and the quantum mechanical model of the atom. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Nuclei: This chapter deals with the structure of the nucleus, nuclear forces, radioactive decay, and nuclear reactions. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Semiconductor Electronics: This chapter covers the basics of semiconductors, p-n junction diodes, and their applications as a rectifier, oscillators, and amplifiers. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Communication Systems: This chapter covers the basics of communication systems, including modulation and demodulation, amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, and wave propagation. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Mechanics: This branch of physics deals with the motion of objects and the forces that cause that motion. Topics include kinematics (the study of motion without considering the forces causing it), dynamics (the study of motion taking into account the forces causing it), and energy (the ability of a system to do work). Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Quantum mechanics: This branch of physics deals with the behavior of matter and energy at a very small scale. Topics include wave-particle duality, uncertainty principle, and quantum entanglement. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Relativity: This branch of physics deals with the behavior of objects in motion, particularly at very high speeds or in the presence of very strong gravitational fields. Topics include special relativity, general relativity, and black holes. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Condensed matter physics: This branch of physics deals with the study of the properties of materials in their solid and liquid states. Topics include crystal structures, phase transitions, and superconductivity. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Astrophysics: This branch of physics deals with the study of the properties and behavior of objects in space, such as stars, galaxies, and black holes. Topics include cosmology, dark matter, and the Big Bang theory. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

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Electronics: Electronics is a branch of science that deals with the study of electronic devices, circuits, and systems. This field offers a broad range of fascinating topics, including digital electronics, analog electronics, communication systems, and power electronics. Tutorial links added to this chapter...

Research & Technology: These are two interdependent fields that have a profound impact on modern society. Research involves the exploration and discovery of new knowledge, while technology is the practical application of that knowledge to develop new products, services, and systems. Research and Technology related links are given below...

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These are just some of the major branches of physics, and there are many sub-disciplines and interdisciplinary areas that will be covered later.