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# CBSE Class 11 Physics Syllabus with details

Updated: Apr 30, 2020

__CLASS 11 PHYSICS SYLLABI – LESSON WISE DETAILS__

__CLASS 11 PHYSICS SYLLABI – LESSON WISE DETAILS__

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**S.NO. LESSON Learning Objectives**

1 **PHYSICAL WORLD** Details **about Scientists** and fundaments of physics and **fundamental forces**

2 **Units and Measurements** Details about the system of units, **dimensions of physical quantities**, dimensional formulae and dimensional equations

3 **Motions in a straight line** Details about a body in one-dimensional motion, **average velocity**, average acceleration, relative velocity and motion under gravity

4 **Motion in a plan** Details about a body in two-dimensional motion, Scalar, Vector, **Projectile motion**, and Uniform Circular Motion

5 **Laws of motion** Details about the law of **inertia**, Newton’s laws, Impulse – applications, the equilibrium of forces, common forces in mechanics and **Friction**

6 **Work, Energy, and Power** Details about Work, KE, PE, **Conservation of energy, Collisions** ( one dimensional and two dimensional) and Power

7 **System of particles and Rotatory Motion**

Details about Center of mass, angular momentum, torque, the **moment of Inertia** – theorems and Rolling motion

8 **Gravitation** Details about Kepler’s Laws, Newton’s law of gravitation, acceleration due to gravity, KE, PE, Total energy, **orbital velocity and escape velocity**

9 **Mechanical Properties of Solids**

Details about Elastic property of solids, **Young**, Bulk and Rigidity modulus

10 **Mechanical Properties of Solids**

Details about the properties of Liquids – Pascal’s Law, **Surface Tension, Viscosity, Bernoulli’s theorem** – applications and angle of contact

11 **Thermal properties of matter**

Details about heat and radiation, Coefficients of expansion, **thermal conductivity and** **Newton’s law of cooling**

12 **Thermodynamics ** Details about isothermal, adiabatic, isobaric and isochoric processes and **Carnot heat engine**

13 **Kinetic theory of Gases** Details about the **velocity of gases**, Maxwell assumptions and different **specific heats** of gases

14 **Oscillations** Details about **Simple Harmonic Motion** and basics of damped harmonic and forced harmonic motion

15 **Waves** Details about longitudinal and transverse waves, **open pipe, closed pipe**, vibration in a stretched string and **Doppler effect**.

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