Concepts Of Physics Vol 2 Class - 12

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  Bharati Bhawan (P & D)
  H C Verma
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SKU / ISBN No 9788177092325
Product Title Concepts Of Physics Vol 2 Class - 12
Board CBSE
Subject Physics
Class Class 12
Publisher Bharati Bhawan (P & D)
Author H C Verma
Publication Year 2015
Edition Latest Edition
No.of pages 466
Weight 805 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference Text Books

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Book Description:

Catering to the needs of pre-college students, and for students preparing for courses like engineering and medicine, author H. C. Verma compiles an exhaustive list of topics under one book - Concepts of Physics (Volume-2).

Summary Of The Book
Concepts of Physics explains the different theories and concepts in an easy-to-understand way, making it popular among students. H. C. Verma’s book is an all-inclusive theoretical and conceptual guide that covers a vast range of topics. It is an ideal book not only for pre-college students but also for those appearing for competitive exams in the field of engineering and medicine. It is a book that aims to comprehensively guide the students in various aspects of physics thus, making them fully equipped to answer any type of questions that may come in the exams. Table of Contents: 1. Electric Field and Potential 2. Gauss’s Law 3. Capacitors 4. Electric Current in Conductors 5. Thermal and Chemical Effects of Electric Current 6. Magnetic Field 7. Magnetic Field due to a Current 8. Permanent Magnets 9. Magnetic Properties of Matter 10. Electromagnetic Induction 11. Alternating Current 12. Electromagnetic Waves 13. Electric Current through Gases 14. Photoelectric Effect and Wave-Particle Duality 15. Bohr’s Model and Physics of the Atom 16. X-rays 17. Semiconductors and Semiconductor Devices 18. The Nucleus 19. Special Theory of Relativity

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