Physics Virtual Labs & Activities

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Physics  Syllabus

Light Reflection And Refraction Activities
10.1 Reflection Of Light
10.2 Spherical Mirrors
The Human Eye And The Colorful World Activities
11.1 The Human Eye
11.2 Defects of Vision
11.3 Refraction-Prism
11.4 Dispersion of Light
11.5 Atmospheric Refraction
11.6 Scattering of Light
Electricity Activities
12.1 Electric Current
12.2 Electric Potential
12.3 Circuit Diagram?
12.4 Ohm’s Law
12.5 Factors on which the Resistance of a Conductor Depends
12.6 System of Resistors
12.7 Heating Effect of Electricity
12.8 Electric Power
Light Reflection And Refraction Activities
13.1 Magnetic Field
13.2 Magnetic Field-Electric Current
13.3 Force-Conductor-Magnetic Field
13.4 Electric Motor
13.5 Electromagnetic Induction
13.6 Electric Generator
Sources of Energy Activities
14.2 Conventional Sources of Energy
14.3 Alternative Or Non-Conventional Sources of Energy
14.4 Environmental Consequences

8.1 Describing Motion
8.2 Measuring the Rate of Motion
8.3 Rate of Change of Velocity
Force and Laws of Motion
9.1 Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
9.2 First Law of Motion
9.3 Inertia and Mass
9.4 Second Law of Motion
9.5 Third Law of Motion
10.1 Gravitation
10.2 Free Fall
10.3 Weight
10.4 Thrust and Pressure
10.5 Archimede’s Principle
10.6 Relative Density
Work and Energy
11.1 Work
11.2 Energy
11.3 Rate of Doing Work
12.1 Production of Sound
12.2 Propagation of Sound
12.3 Reflection of Sound
12.4 Range of Hearing
12.5 Range of Hearing
12.6 Structure of Human Ear

Force and Pressure
11.1 Force – A Push or a Pull
11.2 Forces are due to an Interaction
11.3 Exploring Forces
11.4 A Force can Change the State of Motion
11.5 Force can Change the Shape of an Object
11.6 Contact Forces
11.7 Non-contact Forces
11.8 Pressure
11.9 Pressure Exerted by Liquids and Gases
12.1 Force of Friction
12.2 Factors affecting Friction
12.3 Friction : A Necessary Evil
12.4 Increasing and Reducing Friction
12.5 Wheels Reduce Friction
12.6 Fluid Friction
13.1 Sound is Produced by a Vibrating Body
13.2 Sound Produced by Humans
13.3 Sound Needs a Medium for Propagation
13.4 We Hear Sound through Our Ears
13.5 Amplitude, Time Period and Frequency of a Vibration
13.6 Audible and Inaudible Sounds
13.7 Noise and Music
13.8 Noise Pollution
Chemical Effects of Electric Current
14.1 Do Liquids Conduct Electricity?
14.2 Chemical Effects of Electric Current
14.3 Electroplating
Some Natural Phenomena
15.1 Lightning
15.2 Charging by Rubbing
15.3 Types of Charges and Their Interaction
15.4 Transfer of Charge
15.5 The Story of Lightning
15.6 Lightning Safety
15.7 Earthquakes
16.1 What makes Things Visible
16.2 Laws of Reflection
16.3 Regular and Diffused Reflection
16.4 Reflected Light can be Reflected Again
16.5 Multiple Images
16.6 Sunlight — White or Coloured
16.7 What is inside Our Eyes?
16.8 Care of the Eyes
16.9 Visually Impaired Persons Can Read and Write
16.10 What is the Braille System?
Stars and the Solar System
17.1 The Moon
17.2 The Stars
17.3 Constellations
17.4 The Solar System
17.5 Some Other Members of the Solar System

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