Handbook for Physics For JEE &NEET
This book will be of highly use whether students are looking for a quick revision before the board exams or just before other examinations like Engineering Entrances, Medical Entrances or any similar examination, they will find that this handbook will answer their needs admirably. This handbook can even be used for revision of a subject in the time between two shift of the exams, even this handbook can be used while travelling to Examination Centre or whenever you have time, less sufficient or more.
|Handbook for Physics For JEE &NEET
Physics of higher level has too many concept and remembering all them on tips all the time is not an easy task. Handbook of Physics is an important, useful and compact reference book suitable for everyday study, problem solving or exam revision for class XI & XII, Engineering & Medical entrances and other Competitions Aspirants. This book is a multi-purpose quick revision resource that contains almost all key notes, terms, Definitions and formulae that all students & professionals in physics will want to have this essential reference book within easy reach. Its unique format displays formulae clearly, places them in the context and crisply identifies describes all the variables involved, summary about every equation and formula that one might want while learning physics is one of the unique features of the book, a stimulating and crisp extract of fundamental physics is to be enjoyed by the beginners and experts equally. The book is best-selling from its first edition and one of the most useful books of its type. Table of contents Measurement, Vectors, Motion in a Straight Line, Projectile Motion and Circular Motion, Laws of Motion, Work, Power and Energy, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Elasticity, Hydrostatics, Hydrodynamics, Surface Tensions, Thermometry and Calorimetry, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Thermodynamics, Transmission of Heat, Oscillations, Waves and Sound, Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Heating and Chemical Effects of Currents, Magnetic Effect of Current, Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction, Alternating Currents, Ray Optics, Wave Optics, Electrons, Photons and X-rays, Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics, Electronics, Electromagnetic Waves and Communication, Universe, Basic Formulae of Physics, Nobel Laureates in Physics, Famous Physicists and their Contributions.