ICT-PHYSICS



PHYSICS-INTRODUCTION




Physics is one of the most wondrous of all subjects. It is a great achievement of man that today we know what is happening on the deepest level of matter and also the farthest reaches of space. The greatest minds have worked on trying to find out how the physical world works and with astounding imagination, effort and experimentation have revealed some fascinating secrets in the world.

It is Physics that also changed the world through being applied in Engineering. The base of Engineering is Physics. It ushered in the industrial revolution and that flame has not died till today. New inventions, explorations and discoveries keep on happening...

In this section we give you a deep understanding, appreciation and feeling for the laws of physics. We do not just bombard you with information. We actually take you through a process of asking questions and then we give answers that would surprise you, even shock you with their simplicity, richness and power. You will feel a precious feeling inside, an awakening and a joy because you would be able to hold the whole physical world in your perspective.

We have covered Mechanics, Sound, Fluids, Heat, Light, Electromagnetism and Atomic structure.

We are confident that if you go through the content carefully 2 times you will emerge with a new appreciation of the beauty, wonder and power of physics.

Happy learning and discovery!


INTERFERENCES OF LIGHT

FUNDAMENTALS OF RELATIVITY


MODERN PHYSICS


ELECTROMAGNETIC PHYSICS


ELECTROMAGNETIC PHYSICS – 2


ACCELERATOR PHYSICS


RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS



MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – GROUP THEORY : AXIOMS, PROPERTIES

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – SUBGROUPS, CLASSES, COSETS

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – FACTOR GROUPS, NORMAL SUBGROUPS, DIRECT PRODUCT OF GROUPS

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – MAPPING : HOMOMORPHISM AND LSOMORPHISM

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – GROUP REPRESENTATION

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – THREE DIMENSIONAL ROTATION GROUP

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – REPRESENTATIONS OF ROTATION GROUP

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – LIE ALGEBRA : REPRESENTATIONS, CLEBSCH-GORDON COEFFICIENTS, ISOSPIN

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – SYMMETRY IN MOLECULES AND CRYSTALS-I

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – SYMMETRY IN MOLECULES AND CRYSTALS-II

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – REPRESENTATION OF POINT GROUP AND CHARACTER TABLE

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – CRYSTAL STRUCTURE AND SPACE GROUPS

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – GROUP THEORY IN QUANTUM MECHANICS-II

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS – GROUP THEORY IN QUANTUM MECHANICS-III

SOLID STATE THEORY

SOLID STATE PHYSICS - LATTICE DYNAMICS IN THREE DIMENSIONS

SOLID STATE PHYSICS - QUANTIZATION OF LATTICE VIBRATIONS

SOLID STATE PHYSICS - HEAT CAPACITY OF SOLIDS-I

SOLID STATE PHYSICS - HEAT CAPACITY OF SOLIDS-II

SOLID STATE PHYSICS - THERMAL EXPANSION AND LINDEMANN MELTING FORMULA

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – ELECTRON IN PERIODIC SOLID - I

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – ELECTRON IN PERIODIC SOLID – II

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – ELECTRON IN PERIODIC SOLID – TIGHT BINDING MODEL

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – HEAT CAPACITY SOLID – I

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – DIAMAGNETISM AND PARAMAGNETISM OF ATOMS – I

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – DIAMAGNETISM AND PARAMAGNETISM OF ATOMS – II

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – VAN VLECK AND PAULI PARAMAGNETISM

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – MAGNETIC EXCHANGE INTERACTION

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – FERROMAGNETIC HEISENBERG MODEL

SOLID STATE PHYSICS – EXCITATIONS: SPIN WAVES

SOLID STATE PHYSICS - ANTIFERROMAGNETIC HEISENBERG MODEL

SOLID STATE PHYSICS - STONER MODEL

STATISTICAL MECHANICS

STATISTICAL MECHANICS - STATISTICAL MECHANICS: AN INTRODUCTION

STATISTICAL MECHANICS - EQUILIBRIUM, THERMODYNAMIC PARAMETERS AND RESPONSE FUNCTIONS

STATISTICAL MECHANICS - AN OVERVIEW OF THERMODYNAMICS-I

STATISTICAL MECHANICS - AN OVERVIEW OF THERMODYNAMICS-II

STATISTICAL MECHANICS – STATISTICAL FOUNDATION OF THERMODYNAMICS

STATISTICAL MECHANICS – STUDY OF TWO PROTOTYPE PHYSICAL MODELS FROM STATISTICAL ROUTE:AN IDEAL GAS AND A COLLECTION OF N THREE DIMENSIONAL CLASSICAL HARMONIC OSCILLATORS

STATISTICAL MECHANICS – GIBBS PARADOX AND INDISTINGUISHABILITY OF PARTICLES

STATISTICAL MECHANICS – ENSEMBLE THEORY(CLASSICAL) – I

STATISTICAL MECHANICS – ENSEMBLE THEORY(CLASSICAL)-IV(CANONICAL ENSEMBLE, IDEA OF PARTITION FUNCTIONAND APPLICATIONS)

STATISTICAL MECHANICS – ENSEMBLE THEORY (CLASSICAL)-V (CANONICAL ENSEMBLE( MORE APPLICATIONS)

STATISTICAL MECHANICS – ENSEMBLE THEORY(CLASSICAL)-VI (GRAND CANONICAL ENSEMBLE AND ITS APPLICATIONS)





PRESS BELOW LESSON NAMES(TEXT)

1. MECHANICS       2. SOUND         3. LIQUIDS         4. GASES          5. HEAT      6. LIGHT

7. ELECTROMAGNETISN           8. ATOMIC STRUCTURE          9. OUR UNIVERSE

PRESS BELOW LESSON NAMES(VIDEO LESSONS)

1. MECHANICS          2. SOUND       3. LIQUIDS           4. GASES            5. HEAT

6. LIGHT           7. ELECTROMAGNETISN        8. ATOMIC STRUCTURE    

 9. OUR UNIVERSE