10th class Physics textbook pdf download

10th class Physics textbook pdf download
10th class Physics textbook pdf download


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10- Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves

In the following chapter we will discuss simple harmonic motion of different systems.Horizontal friction is the mass movement associated with a spring at a low level, a bowl placed in the motion of a ball, and the motion of a bob attached to a wire are examples of typical harmonic motion.

Simple synchronous movement occurs when the net force is directly proportional to the midpoint displacement and is always indicated.

11- Sound

We know that vibration of objects in any medium produce waves. For example, a vibrator of the ripple tank produces a lot of water waves. The medium in this case is liquid, but it can also be a gas or a solid.

Now we will discuss another type of waves that we can hear i.e., sound waves.Like other waves, sound is also produced by vibrating bodies.Due to vibrations of bodies the air around them also vibrates and the air vibrations produce sensationof sound in our ear.For example in a guitar sound is produced due to the vibrations of its strings.

12- Geometrical Optics

The main focus of this unit dear students is light. WE shall describe different phenomena of light such as reflection , refraction and total internal reflection. WE will learn how images are formed by mirrors and leches and will discuss working principle of compound microscope and telescope.

13- Electrostatics

In this unit, we will describe different properties of static charges, such as electric force, electric field and electric potential etc. We will also discuss some important uses and safety measures of static electricity in this chapter.

Rest charge study is called electrostatics or static electricity.
We can produce charge by rubbing a neutral body with another neutral body. The following activities show that we can produce two types of electric charge through the process of rubbing.

14- Current Electricity

Charges in motion constitute electric current. This chapter will introduce you to the current electricity and its associated phenomena such as conventional current, Ohm's law, electric power, thermal effects of jowl, electrical hazards and safety measures. We will also learn in this chapter how current or voltage is measured in a circuit by electrical devices with details.

15- Electromagnetism

Electromagnetism is a study of magnetic effects of current. The use of electromagnetism in different fields of science and technology is very wide. Motors and electric meters are based on the effect of magnetism produced by the electric current in wires.Generators generate electricity due to the movement of wires near very large magnets.

16- Basic Electronics

Electronics is a branch of applied physics that deals with the movement of electrons using different devices. Electronic devices being more effective and reliable have revolutionized the fields of telecommunication and information technology. This chapter aims at providing basic concepts of electronics.

17- Information and Communication Technology

We are living in the era of information and communication technology.It was not long before telephone was the only means of communication within or outside the country.In addition to the telephone now a days, mobile phones, fax machines, computers and the Internet are the main means of communication.

These sources have reduced tours and connected the world. In this Unit, we will study some basic phenomena and devices which are used in modern day information and communication technology.

18- Atomic and Nuclear Physics

Scientists were always interested to know the smallest particle of matter. Greek Philosopher Democritus in 585 BC postulated that matter is built from small particles called atoms. The atom mean indivisible in Greek language. Rutherford in 1911, discovered that atom had a central part called the nucleus.

In this unit, we will describe different aspects of atomic and nuclear physics such as radioactivity, half-life, nuclear reactions, fission and fusion.

Name Physics
Pages 204
Language English Medium
Size 37 MB

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