### Detailed Topic Outline

Chapters and Sections of Textbook covered in the Lectures

** Introduction and Mathematical Concepts (Chapter 1)**

Section 1.1 The nature of physics

Sections 1.2, 1.3 Units

Sections 1.5-1.8 Vectors

** Kinematics in One Dimension (Chapter 2) **

Section 2.1 Displacement

Section 2.2 Speed and velocity

Section 2.3 Acceleration

Sections 2.4 - 2.5 Equations of kinematics for constant acceleration and applications

Section 2.6 Freely falling bodies

Section 2.7 Graphical analysis of velocity and acceleration

** Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion (Chapter 4) **

Section 4.1 Concepts of force and mass

Section 4.2 Newton' first law of motion

Sections 4.3 - 4.4 Newton's second law of motion

Section 4.5 Newton's third law of motion

Sections 4.6 – 4.9 Types of forces: gravitational force, frictional forces and normal force

Sections 4.11- 4.12 Applications of Newton’s laws of motion

** Rotational Dynamics (Chapter 9)**

Section 9.1 The Action of Forces and Torques on Rigid Objects

Section 9.2 Rigid Objects in Equilibrium

** Work and Energy (Chapter 6) **

Section 6.1 Work done by constant force

Section 6.2 Work-energy theorem and kinetic energy

Section 6.3 Gravitational potential energy

Section 6.5 Conservation of mechanical energy

Section 6.7 Power

Section 6.8 Other forms of energy and the conservation of energy

** Electricity. (Chapter 18)**

Section 18.1 and 18.2 Introduction and charged objects

Section 18.5 Coulomb's Law

Section 18.6 Electric field

**Electric potential. (Chapter 19)**

Section 19.1. Potential energy

Section 19.2 Electric potential difference

** Electric circuits. (Chapter 20)**

Section 20.1 Electromotive force and current

Section 20.2 Ohm’s law

Section 20.3 Resistance and resistivity

Section 20.4 Electric power

Section 20.5 Alternating current

** Electric circuits. (Chapter 20)**

Section 20.6 Series wiring

Section 20.7 Parallel wiring

Section 20.8 Circuits partially in series and partially in parallel

Section 20.11 Measurement of current and voltage

Section 20.14 Safety and the physiological effects of current

** Fluids. (Chapter 11)**

Section 11.1 Mass density

Section 11.2 Pressure

Section 11.3 Pressure and depth in a static fluid

Section 11.4 Pressure gauges

Section 11.5 Pascal’s principle

Section 11.6 Archimedes’ Principle

Section 11.7 Fluids in motion

Section 11.8 Equation of continuity

Section 11.9 –11.10 Bernoulli's equation and applications

** Heat. (Chapter 12)**

Section 12.1- 12.2 Temperature scales

Section 12.3 Thermometers

Section 12.6 Heat and internal energy

Section 12.7 Heat and temperature change

Section 12.8 Heat and phase change

** Heat transfer. (Chapter 13) **

Section 13.1 Convection

Section 13.2 Conduction

Section 13.3 Radiation

Section 13.4 Applications

** Thermodynamics. (Chapter 15)**

Section 15.1 Thermodynamic systems and surroundings

Section 15.2 Zeroth law of thermodynamics

Section 15.3 First law of thermodynamics

Section 15.7 Second law of thermodynamics

Section 15.8 Heat Engines

Section 15.10 Refrigerators, air-conditioners and heat pumps

** Waves and Sound. (Chapter 16) **

Section 16.1 Nature of waves

Section 16.2 Periodic waves

Section 16.3 Speed of a wave on a string

Section 16.4 Mathematical description of a wave

Section 16.5 Nature of sound

Section 16.6 Speed of sound

Sections 16.7 – 16.8 Sound intensity and dB

Section 16.9 Doppler effect

Section 16.10 Applications of sound in medicine

** Superposition and Interference. (Chapter 17)**

Section 17.1 Principle of linear superposition

Section 17.2 Constructive and destructive interference of sound waves

Section 17.3 Diffraction

Section 17.4 Beats

Section 17.5 Transverse standing waves

Section 17.6 Longitudinal standing waves

**Electromagnetic waves. (Chapter 24)**

Section 24.1 Nature of electromagnetic waves

Section 24.2 Electromagnetic spectrum

Section 24.3 Speed of light

Section 24.5 Energy carried by electromagnetic waves

Section 24.6 Doppler effect and electromagnetic waves

** Refraction of Light: Lenses and Optical Instruments. (Chapter 26) **

Section 26.1 Index of refraction

Section 26.2 Snell’s law and refraction of light

Section 26.3 Total internal reflection

Section 26.5 Dispersion of light

Section 26.6 –26.7 Lenses and formation of images by lenses

Section 26.8 Thin lens equation and magnification equation

Section 26.9 Lenses in combination

Section 26.10 Human eye

** Interference and Wave Nature of Light. (Chapter 27)**

Section 27.1 Principle of linear superposition

Section 27.2 Young’s double slit experiment

** Nature of the Atom. (Chapter 30)**

Section 30.2 Line spectra

Section 30.3 Bohr model of the hydrogen atom

Section 30.6 Pauli exclusion principle and the periodic table of the elements

Section 30.7 X-rays

** Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity. (Chapter 31)**

Section 31.1 Nuclear structure

Section 31.2 Strong nuclear force and stability of the nucleus

Section 31.3 Mass defect of the nucleus and nuclear binding energy

Sections 31.4 and 31.6 Radioactivity and radioactive decay

** Ionizing Radiation. Elementary Particles(Chapter 32)**

Section 32.1 Biological effects of ionizing radiation