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Subject: Physics , asked on 18/2/15

list of derivations in physics class 12 cbse chapterwise (for board exams).please hurry up!!!

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Ray Optics:
Derivation of mirror formula,
Derivation of lens formula
Refraction at spherical surface
Lens Makers Formula
Refraction through Prism
Optical Instruments Derivation of formula for magnification

Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current:

Motional Emf
Deriving a formula for induced emf in a rotating coil (AC Generator)
Conceptual questions based on Eddy currents
mutual induction between two coils and two solenoids 
Derivation of current voltage relationship for Pure R, pure L and pure C inductive and capacitative reactance calculation of impedance, current and voltage across each element
LCR Series - Phasor diagrams in all cases LR, LC circuits also can be done from LCR
Resonance 
Average power in A.C. circuits pure R(not very high chance), pure L and pure C and LCR series






Transformer

Magnetism
Not many derivations in this chapter

Magnetic Effects of current:
Field at the center of a circular coil
Field at any point on the axis of circular coil
Working of cyclotron
Derivations related to Cyclotron 
Field due to a toroid
field due to a solenoid
Torque on a current carrying coil placed in a magnetic field
Moving coil galvanometer
 
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Electrostatics- 1.      Derive an expression for the electric field at a point on the axial position of an electric dipole. 2.      Derive an expression for the electric field at a point on the equatorial position of an electric dipole. 3.       Electric field lines & their properties. Sketch of filed lines for q > 0, q < 0, q1 + q2 = 0, two similar charges, uniform charge cylinder & charged plane conductor. 4.      Derive an expression for the energy stored in a capacitor. Show that whenever two conductors share charges by bringing them into electrical contact, there is a loss of energy. 5.       Derive an expression for the effective capacitance when capacitors are connected in (a) series and (b) parallel 6.       Explain the principle of a capacitor and derive an expression for the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor. 7.      State Gauss theorem and apply it to find the electric field at a point due to (a) a line of charge (b) A plane sheet of charge (c) A Charged spherical conducting shell. Also plot their sketch with distance. 8.      State Coulomb's law and express it in vector form. Derive it using Gauss theorem. 9.      Derive an expression for the torque on an electric dipole in a uniform electric field. 10.  Derive an expression for the work done in rotating an electric dipole in a uniform electric field 11.   Derive an expression for the energy stored (Potential Energy) in a dipole in a uniform electric field. 12.   Derive an expression for the electrostatic potential energy of a system of point charges 13.  Derive an expression for the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with (a) a dielectric slab (b) a metallic plate in between the plates of the capacitor. 14.   Define electric potential at a point. Derive an expression for the electric potential at a point due to (a) a point charge (b) a system of point charges (c) a dipole. 15.  Show that the work done in an electric field is independent of path. 16.  Potential energy due to dipole placed in uniform electric field. Position of stable equilibrium & unstable equilibrium. 17.  Electrostatic potential energy ( numerical) 18.  Properties of conductor 19.  What are dielectrics? Distinguish polar and non polar dielectrics. Define the term Polarization vector. 20.  Electric potential due to charged sphere and its sketch with distance. 21.  Relation between electric field and potential. 22.  Equipotential surfaces and its properties. Sketch of equipotential surfaces for a point charge, two equal and opposite charges, two similar charges & uniform electric field   Current Electricity- 1.      Define drift speed & relation of current & drift speed. Relation of drift speed & electric field 2.      Define current density, resistance, resistivity, conductance & conductivity & its unit 3.      Sketch graph for resistance & resistivity for metal (conductors), non-metal (insulators)  & semiconductor ( carbon, Si, Ge etc) 4.      Deduce Ohm's law from elementary ideas and hence write an expression for resistance and resistivity. 5.      Derive an expression for conductivity in terms of mobility or Vector form of ohms law. 6.       Explain the color coding of carbon resistors. 7.      Derive an expression for the current in a circuit with external resistance R when (a) n identical cells of emf E and internal resistance r are connected in series (b) m identical cells are connected in parallel 8.      State and explain Kirchhoff’s laws. 9.      State and explain the principle of Wheat Stone's principle. Deduce it using Kirchhoff’s laws. 10.  Sensitivity of Wheatstone bridge & factors on which it depends? 11.  Describe how you will determine the resistance of a given wire using Meter Bridge. 12.  Explain the principle of a potentiometer. Describe how will you determine (a) the ratio of emfs of two primary cells using potentiometer. (b) The internal resistance of a primary cell using potentiometer. 13.  Explain the variation of resistance and resistivity with temperature and hence define temperature coefficient of resistance and resistivity. 14.   Heating effect of electric current.   Magnetic Effect of Current  & Magnetism 1.      State Biot Savart law for the magnetic field due to current carrying element. Use this law to find magnetic field at a point on axis of current carrying loop. Also find its direction. Hence find magnetic field at centre of loop. 2.      State ampere circuital law. Use this law to find magnetic field due to solenoid & magnetic field due to toroid. 3.      Motion of charge particle in magnetic field at angle 0⁰, 180⁰ & at any angle θ 4.      Motion of charge particle in magnetic field at angle 90⁰; hence find its time period, velocity, frequency, K.E. 5.      Motion of charge particle in magnetic field at angle θ, hence find its time period, velocity, frequency & pitch. 6.      Cyclotron its principle, label diagram, frequency, role of electric field and magnetic field & K.E. limitations ( why only for proton not for α, electron, neutron) 7.       Expression for force on current carrying conductor, hence find maximum and minimum force. 8.      Show that two long straight current carrying wire in same direction attract each other, hence derive an expression for force per unit length and define 1 ampere. 9.      Derive an expression for torque acting on current carrying loop placed in uniform magnetic field at angle θ with magnetic field. 10.  Moving coil galvanometer its principle, construction label diagram role of radial magnetic field, soft iron core, phosphorous bronze strip & spring. 11.  Sensitivity of galvanometer ( current sensitivity NBA/k & voltage sensitivity NBA/kR ) 12.  Conversion of galvanometer into ammeter & conversion of galvanometer into voltmeter. 13.  Results of magnetic field due bar magnet at axial line & equatorial line. 14.  Torque acting on bar magnet placed in uniform magnetic field, hence find maximum and minimum torque. 15.  Potential energy of a bar magnet placed in uniform magnetic field. Discuss position of stable & unstable equilibrium. 16.  Magnetic moment and its unit 17.  Magnetic moment due to revolving electron, hence define Bohr magneton 18.  Earth’s Magnetism ( Magnetic declination, angle of dip, horizontal component of earth’s magnetic field) 19.  Define magnetizing field, intensity of magnetization, magnetic induction, magnetic intensity magnetic permeability & susceptibility) 20.  Why diamagnetic weekly repel by magnet? 21.  Why ferromagnetic material is strongly attract by magnet? 22.  Hysteresis (difference between soft iron & permanent magnet   Electromagnetic Induction (EMI)- 1.      State Faraday Law of electromagnetic induction. 2.      State Lenz Law. Show it follows law of conservation of energy. 3.      Define motional emf. Obtain an formula for motional emf, induce current, force necessary to pull & power delivered by external source from Faraday law & Lorentz law 4.      Eddy currents and its applications (a) Electromagnetic Brakes (b) Induction Furnace 5.      Self-induction, its unit and dimensions. 6.      Self induction for long solenoid, factors on which it depends. 7.      Mutual induction, its unit and dimensions 8.      Mutual induction for two long co-axial solenoid, coplanar square & coplanar circle. 9.      What are the factors affecting mutual inductance of a pair of coils? Define coefficient of coupling. 10.  Describe the various methods of producing induced emf. Derive an expression for the instantaneous emf induced in a coil rotated in a magnetic field. . 11.  Induce emf in rectangular coil in uniform magnetic field 12.  Induce emf in rod rotating in circular path fixed at one end 13.  A.C generator,Transformer And their losses   Alternative Current- 1. Describe the principle construction and working of an AC generator. Draw neat labeled diagram 2. Define mean value of AC(over a half cycle) and derive an expression for it. 3. Define RMS value of AC and derive an expression for it. () 4. Show that the average value of AC over a complete cycle is zero. 5. Show that the current and voltage are in phase in an ac circuit containing resistance only. 6. Deduce the phase relationship between current and voltage in an ac circuit containing inductor only. 7. Deduce the phase relationship between current and voltage in an ac circuit containing capacitor only. 8. Draw the phasor diagram showing voltage and current in LCR series circuit and derive an expression for the impedance 9. What do you mean by resonance in Series LCR circuit? Derive an expression for the frequency of resonance in LCR circuit. 10. Distinguish between resistance, reactance and impedance. 11. Define quality factor (Q factor) of resonance and derive an expression for it. 12. Describe the mechanism of electromagnetic oscillations in LC circuit and write expression for the frequency of oscillations produced. 13. Derive an expression for the average power in an ac circuit. 14. Define power factor. Deduce expression for it and explain wattless current? 15. Describe the principle construction theory and working of a transformer. 16. Describe the various losses in a transformer and explain how the losses can be minimized.   Electromagnetic Waves- 1. Why did Maxwell introduce the concept of displacement current? How does the concept of displacement current lead to the production electromagnetic waves? 2. Show that conduction current is equal to displacement current 3. Prove that electromagnetic waves are transverse in nature. 4. Show that in EMW average energy density of the electric field is equals to the average energy density of magnetic field.   5. Find the intensity of EMW 6. Show that average density of EMW is constant. 7. Establish the transverse nature of electromagnetic waves. 8. Compare the properties of electromagnetic waves and mechanical waves 9. Electromagnetic Spectrum (their wavelength or frequency in some order with application and production)   NCERT II Ray-Optics- 1. Derive mirror formula for a concave mirror and convex mirror. 2. Derive an expression for lateral shift and normal shift. On what factors these depend. 3. Define TIR and write the conditions for TIR. Derive a relation between critical angle and the refractive index of the medium. Also explain the working of isosceles prism and optical fiber. 4. Derive the refraction formula for a real image formed by a convex refracting surface when the object is placed in rarer medium. Also write the assumptions and sign convention used. 5. Derive the refraction formula for a virtual image formed by a convex refracting surface when the object is placed in rarer medium. Also write the assumptions and sign convention used. 6. Derive the refraction formula for a real image formed by a convex refracting surface when the object is placed in denser medium. Also write the assumptions and sign convention used. 7. Derive the refraction formula for a virtual image formed by a convex refracting surface when the object is placed in denser medium. Also write the assumptions and sign convention used. 8. Derive the refraction formula for a image formed by a concave refracting surface when the object is placed in rarer medium. Also write the assumptions and sign convention used. 9. Derive the refraction formula for a image formed by a concave refracting surface when the object is placed in denser medium. Also write the assumptions and sign convention used. 10. Derive the lens maker’s formula. Also write the assumptions and sign convention used. 11. Derive the lens formula for convex lend and concave lens. 12. Derive the relation for equivalent focal length or power when two thin lenses are placed in contact to each other. In which condition the lens combination will act as a plane glass sheet. 13. Derive the refraction formula for prism and also find refractive index of glass prism. . 14. Draw a ray diagram to show the image formation in refracting type astronomical telescope in the near point adjustment (when image is formed at LDDV i.e. D=25cm). Derive an expression for its magnifying power. Why the diameter of objective of telescope should be large? 15. Draw a ray diagram to show the image formation in refracting type astronomical telescope in the normal adjustment (when image is formed at infinity). Derive an expression for its magnifying power. How does the magnifying power get affected on increasing the aperture of the objective lens and why? 16. Draw a ray diagram to show the image formation a compound microscope. Explain briefly the working. Derive an expression for its magnifying power. Why the diameter of objective of microscope should be small. 17. Draw a labeled diagram of a reflecting type telescope. State two advantages of this telescope over refracting type telescope. 18. Define resolving power of compound microscope. How does the resolving power of a compound microscope change when-(a) Refractive index of medium between the object and objective lens increases (b) Wavelength of the light used is increased (c) decreasing the diameter of objective (iv) increasing the focal length of its objective. 19. Define the resolving power of astronomical telescope. Write the expression for it and state, on what factors it depends.   Wave-Optics- 1. Define wave front. State Huygens principle and verify Snell’s law. 2. State Huygens principle and prove the laws of reflection on the basis of wave theory. 3. What do you mean by interference of light? Explain in brief the Young’s double slit experiment. 4. What are the coherent sources? Write the conditions for the sustained interference pattern. Also draw the intensity v/s path difference curve. 5. Find the conditions for constructive and destructive interference. How does the intensity depend on the width of slit? 6. Find the expression for the fringe width. What is the effect on the fringe width if the whole apparatus (YDSE) is completely immersed in a liquid of refractive index μ? 7. What do you mean by diffraction of light and state the condition for the diffraction? Obtain the conditions for secondary maxima and minima. Also draw the intensity distribution curve. 8. Prove that the width of central maxima is twice the width of the secondary maxima. How does the width of central maxima depend on the width of the slit? 9. State Brewster’s law and prove that the reflected and refracted rays are mutually perpendicular at the angle of polarization. 10. State law of Malus and draw an intensity V/s angle between the plane of transmission of polarizer and analyzer. 11. What is a Polaroid? How are they constructed? Mention their important applications. 12. Explain Polarization of light. Give any one method to produce plane polarized light. Dual Nature of Radiation- 1. Describe the experiment to study photoelectric effect and explain the laws of photoelectric effect and the significance of each. 2. Describe Hertz and Lenard’s experiment to demonstrate photoelectric effect. 3. Explain Einstein's photoelectric equation and explain the laws of photoelectric effect using it. 4. State and explain de Broglie relation for matter waves. 5. Describe Davisson- Germer experiment which provided experimental evidence for wave nature of matter. 6. Write the characteristics of Photon.   Semiconductor Devices- 1. Distinguish between conductors, insulators and semiconductors on the basis of energy bands. 2. What are extrinsic semiconductors? Mention its types and explain the mechanism of conduction in each. 3. Explain the conduction in N Type and P Type semiconductor on the basis of band theory. 4. Explain the formation of depletion layer and potential barrier in a PN junction diode. 5. Draw the circuit diagram used to determine the VI characteristics of a diode and draw the forward and reverse bias characteristics of a diode. Explain the conclusions drawn from the graph. 6. With the help of a labeled circuit diagram explain the working of half wave rectifier and draw the input and output waveforms. 7. With the help of a labeled circuit diagram explain the working of full wave rectifier and draw the input and output waveforms. 8. Write notes on LED, photodiode and solar cell. 9. What is a Zener diode? Draw the VI characteristics of zener diode. Explain Zener breakdown and describe the use of a zener diode as a voltage regulator. 10. Explain the action of a PNP transistor and an NPN transistor.(Explain how conduction takes place in NPN and PNP transistor.) 11. Draw the circuit diagram for determining transistor characteristics and describe the input and output characteristics of transistor in CE configuration with relevant graphs. 12. Draw the circuit diagram for determining transistor characteristics and describe the input and output characteristics of transistor in CB configuration with relevant graphs. 13. Explain the working of Transistor amplifier in CE configuration with necessary circuit diagram. Also show that it is out of phase. 14. Draw the symbol, truth table and Boolean expression for Or, AND and NOT gate. 15. Draw the symbol and truth table of NOR gate and NAND gate. 16. Explain, how the fundamental logic gates can be realized using NOR gates alone. 17. Explain how the fundamental logic gates can be realized using NAND gates alone.   Principles of Communication- 1. Derive an expression for the range of transmission via space wave from a transmitting antenna of height h. 2. Describe radio wave propagation via (a) Ground Wave (b) Space Wave and (c) Sky Wave. 3. What is the need for satellite communication? Elaborate. 4. Explain the need for modulation for long distance transmission. 5. Define amplitude modulation and illustrate it using diagrams (graphs) 6. Define modulation index and write its expression. Give it important feature. 7. What are the advantages and disadvantages of FM over AM? 8. Explain the role of repeater in communication 9. Describe the mechanism of demodulation (detection) of AM Wave using block diagram, circuit diagram and graphical representation 10. What is LOS communication? 11. What are the basic elements of a communication system? Explain the function of each. 12. Draw the block diagram of a communication system. 13. Brief of Mobile telephony GPS and FAX  
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Some Imp derivations that u should know :  1. Work done (dipole electric field) *  2. Energy in capacitor **  3. Wheatstone bridge (meter bridge)***  4. Potentiometer****  5. Bio savarts law ( for infinite wire, finite wire, loops etc)****  6. Ampere law***  7 solenoid***  8. Cyclotron *****  9. Magnetic force on charge particle**  10. Moving coil galvanometer*****  11. Energy stored in inductor**  12. LC oscillator***  13. AC generator*  14. OPTICS lens maker formula***  15. Prism min. Angle of deviation***  16. Ydse experiment ***  17. Npn transistor (amplifier , switch etc)*****  18. Bohr model ( radius*** , velocity** , energy**** , time period *and Bohr magneton***)
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Chapter 14 (Semiconductor electronics)
1.         Truth table, logic symbols and waveform examples for NOT, AND, OR, NAND and NOR gates
2.         npn transistor as a common emitter (CE) amplifier ; (current,voltage and power) gains of a CE amplifier
3.         Amplifier theory
4.         Transistor as a switch - 3 states of a transistor (cutoff, active and saturation) , switching action of a transistor
5.         Actions of (npn & pnp) transistors
6.         Current gains in a transistor (α & β) and the relation b/w them
7.         CE characteristics (input & output and their theory)
8.         Solar cell (construction, working, diagram, and V-I characteristic)
9.         Light emitting diode (LED) - (construction, working, diagram, and I-V characteristic)
10.      Photodiode (construction, working, diagrams and I-V characteristic)
11.       Cause of reverse breakdown of a junction diode - (Zener & avalanche) breakdowns ; their causes in brief and V-I characteristics in both cases
12.       Zener diode - construction, working, diagram
13.       Zener diode as a voltage regulator - working, diagram and graph b/w (input & output) voltages
14.       Junction diode as a (half-wave & full-wave) rectifier - working, diagrams and waveform graphs
15.       Working of a p-n junction in both types of (forward & reverse) biasing - diagrams and brief theory
16.       V-I characterisics of a p-n junction diode - forward-bias & reverse bias characteristic graphs and their brief theory
17.       p-n junction - working in brief, diagram
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Chapter 4 (Moving charges & Magnetism)
1.         Biot-Savart’s law (statement and derivation of formula)
2.         Magnetic Field (MF) due to a long straight current carrying conductor
3.         MF at center of circular current loop.
4.         MF along axis of circular current loop
5.         Ampere’s circuital law (its proofs for straight current carrying conductor & straight conductor)
6.         Calculation of MF inside a long straight solenoid
7.         MF due to a toroidal solenoid
8.         Moving coil galvanometer (MCG) (Principle, construction, theory and working)
9.         Figure of merit and sensitivity (current & voltage) of a MCG
10.      Conversion of MCG to Ammeter
11.       Conversion of MCG to Voltmeter
12.       Torque on current loop in uniform MF
13.       Force between 2 parallel current carrying wires
14.       Force on a current carrying conductor in MF
15.       Cyclotron (Principle, construction, theory, working and expression for max KE of accelerated ions)
16.       Work done by a magnetic force on a charged particle
17.       Velocity selector
Chapter 5 (Magnetism & Matter)
1.         MF of a bar magnet at an (axial & equatorial) point
2.         Torque on magnetic dipole in a uniform MF
3.         Potential energy of magnetic dipole
4.         Current loop as magnetic dipole
5.         Magnetic dipole moment of a revolving electron
Chapter 6 (Electromagnetic Induction)
1.         Mutual Induction (its coefficient and emf in terms of coefficient and rate of change of current w.r.t time)
2.         Mutual induction of 2 long solenoids
3.         Self Induction (its coefficient and emf in terms of coefficient and rate of change of current w.r.t time)
4.         Self inductance of a long solenoid
5.         Different methods of generating emf (and the respective emf expressions)
6.         Motional emf from Faraday’s law : Induced emf by change of area of coil linked with MF
7.         Motional emf from Lorentz force , Current induced in loop, power delivered by external force and power dissipated as Joule loss
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Chapter 10 (Wave Optics)
1.         Laws of reflection on basis of Huygen’s wave theory
2.         Laws of refraction on basis of Huygen’s wave theory
3.         Refraction at a rarer medium
4.         Refraction of a plane wavefront through a prism, convex lens and a concave mirror
5.         Expression for intensity at any point in interference pattern ; and the corresponding conditions for (constructive & destructive) interference
6.         Expression for fringe width in Young’s double slit experiment (YDSE) ; and formulae for positions of (bright & dark) fringes
7.         Expression for ratio of intensities at maxima and minima in an interference pattern
8.         Diffraction at a single slit - Central maximum, calculation of path difference, positions of minima, positions of secondary maxima, intensity distribution curve
9.         (Angular & linear) width of central maximum, linear width of a secondary maximum
10.      Fresnel’s distance & Fresnel’s zone
11.       Resolving power of a microscope and telescope
12.       Doppler effect - expression for apparent frequency of light, (blue & red) shifts
Chapter 11 (Dual nature of radiation and matter)
1.         Determination of Planck’s constant and work function from graph of stopping potential vs frequency of incident radiation for a photosensitive material
Chapter 12 (Atoms)
1.         Distance of closest approach in Rutherford’s experiment, and the formula for radius of nucleus which is thus derived from it
2.         Bohr’s quantization condition of angular momentum
3.         Bohr’s theory of hydrogen atom - formulae for radii of permitted orbits, velocity of electrons in those orbits and energy of electron in those orbits
4.         Spectral series of hydrogen atom
Chapter 13 (Nuclei)
1.         Formula for nuclear density in terms of radius of a nucleus
2.         Expression for binding energy
3.         Radioactive decay law
4.         Relation b/w half life & decay constant
5.         Relation b/w mean life & decay constant
6.         Decay rate / activity of a radioactive sample
 
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Chapter 7 (Alternating Current)
1.         A.C Generator (Principle, construction, working and expression for induced emf)
2.         Transformer (Principle, construction, working and theory)
3.         Mathematical treatment of LC oscillations
4.         Conservation of energy in LC oscillations
5.         Mechanical analogy for LC oscillations
6.         Power in A.C circuit
7.         Average power associated with (resistor, inductor and capacitor)
8.         Series LCR circuit (phasor diagrams, expression for impedance , resonance condition)
9.         Sharpness of resonance : Q-Factor
10.      Expression for Q-Factor
11.       AC circuit containing resistor only (and phasor diagram)
12.       AC circuit containing inductor only (and phasor diagram), phase relation b/w emf and current, inductive reactance
13.       AC circuit containing capacitor only (and phasor diagram), phase relation b/w emf and current, capacitive reactance
14.       Average value of AC over 1 complete cycle
15.       Relation b/w avg and peak values of AC
16.       Relation b/w effective and peak values of AC
17.       Relation b/w rms and peak values of alternating emf
Chapter 8 (Electromagnetic Waves)
1.         Maxwell’s modification of Ampere’s law
2.         Consistency of modified Ampere’s law
Chapter 9 (Ray optics & optical instruments)
1.         Cassegrain reflecting telescope (with diagram, magnification for final image formed at (infinity, least distance of distinct vision))
2.         Astronomical telescope : When final image is formed at (infinity (normal adjustment), least distance of distinct vision) -working, diagrams and magnifying powers in each case
3.         Compound microscope : When final image is formed at (infinity , least distance of distinct vision) - working, diagrams and magnifying powers in each case
4.         Simple microscope : When final image is formed at (infinity , least distance of distinct vision) -working, diagrams and magnifying powers in each case
5.         Formation of image by spherical lenses
6.         Thin lens formula for a convex lens when it forms a (real & virtual) image
7.         Thin lens formula for a concave lens
8.         Linear magnification produced by a lens (in terms of u & f ; v & f)
9.         Lens maker’s formula for a double convex lens , double concave lens
10.      Refraction at convex spherical surface
·         When object lies in rarer medium & image formed is real
·         When object lies in rarer medium & image formed is virtual
·         When object lies in denser medium & image formed is real
·         When object lies in denser medium & image formed is virtual
11. Refraction at concave spherical surface
·         When object lies in rarer medium
·         When object lies in denser medium
12. Derivation of mirror formula for a concave mirror when it forms a (real & virtual) image
13. Derivation of mirror formula for a convex mirror
14. Linear magnification produced by mirrors (in terms of u & f ; v & f)
15. Refraction through a rectangular glass slab
16. ^^ and expression for lateral displacement
17, Equivalent focal length and power of 2 thin lenses in contact.
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Chapter 1 (Electric Charges and Fields)
1.         Coulomb’s law of Electric Force
2.         Coulomb’s law in vector form
3.         Principle of superposition of electrostatic forces
4.         Electric field (EF) due to a point charge
5.         EF due to a system of point charges
6.         EF at axial point of electric dipole
7.         EF at equatorial point of electric dipole
8.         Torque on a dipole in uniform EF
9.         Gauss’s theorem
10.      EF due to a uniformly charged infinite plane sheet
11.       EF of 2 positively charged parallel plates
12.       EF due to 2 oppositely charged parallel plates
13.       EF due to uniformly charged thin spherical shell
14.       EF of a line charge (from Coulomb’s law)
15.       EF due to an infinitely long straight charged wire
16.       Deduction of Coulomb’s law from Gauss’s theorem
Chapter 2 (Electrostatic Potential & Capacitance)
1.         Electric Potential (EP) due to a point charge.
2.         EP at an axial point of dipole
3.         EP at an equatorial point of dipole
4.         EP at any general point due to a dipole
5.         EP due to a group of point charges
6.         EP due to uniformly charged thin spherical shell
7.         Relation between EF & EP
8.         Potential Energy (PE) of system of 2 point charges
9.         PE of a system of 3 point charges
10.      PE of a system of N point charges
11.       PE of a single charge
12.       PE of system of 2 point charges in an external field
13.       PE of a dipole placed in an uniform electric field
14.       Parallel Plate Capacitor (Capacitance)
15.       Capacitors in series & parallel
16.       Energy stored in a capacitor
17.       Energy stored in series combination of capacitors
18.       Energy density of an EF
19.       Reduced field inside a dielectric & dielectric constant
20.      Electric susceptibility
21.       Relation between electric susceptibility & dielectric constant
22.      Capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with a dielectric slab
23.      Collecting action of a hollow sphere
Chapter 3 (Current Electricity)
1.         Wheatstone Bridge (Working & Balanced condition)
2.         Meter Bridge (Principle, Construction & Working )
3.         Potentiometer (Principle, Construction)
4.         Applications of a potentiometer:
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o    Comparison of emfs of 2 primary cells
o    Internal resistance of a primary cell
5. Resistances in series & parallel
6. Relation between potential difference (V), internal resistance (r) and emf (E)
7. Cells in series and parallel
8. Condition for max current from (series & parallel) combination of cells
9. Power consumed by (series & parallel) combination of appliances
10. Mobility of charge carriers
11. Relation between (b/w) electric current (I) and mobility for conductors
12. Relaxation time and drift velocity
13. Relation b/w (I) and drift velocity
14. Deduction of Ohm’s law (from drift velocity)
15. Ohm’s law in vector form
 

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can u help me in solving numercial based on kirchof rule
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TOTAL 164 DERIVATION ARE THERE 
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Frndzz C D qstn again
U have to tell imp. Derivation not all derivation.
Coz all off u almost wrot D max derivation in which students r confus that which one is imp. So wrot only imp. Plz
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ncert is best
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all the best do well 
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your welcome varun and sathayam...these are the only derivations for board exams varun ..i have not missed any derivation.
Thank you :-)
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Ray Optics: Derivation of mirror formula, Derivation of lens formula Refraction at spherical surface Lens Makers Formula Refraction through Prism Optical Instruments Derivation of formula for magnification Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current: Motional Emf Deriving a formula for induced emf in a rotating coil (AC Generator) Conceptual questions based on Eddy currents mutual induction between two coils and two solenoids Derivation of current voltage relationship for Pure R, pure L and pure C inductive and capacitative reactance calculation of impedance, current and voltage across each element LCR Series - Phasor diagrams in all cases LR, LC circuits also can be done from LCR Resonance Average power in A.C. circuits pure R(not very high chance), pure L and pure C and LCR series Transformer Magnetism Not many derivations in this chapter Magnetic Effects of current: Field at the center of a circular coil Field at any point on the axis of circular coil Working of cyclotron Derivations related to Cyclotron Field due to a toroid field due to a solenoid Torque on a current carrying coil placed in a magnetic field Moving coil galvanometer
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Thanks a lot siddhant jain....but just a small query...u happened to have missed out atoms and nuclei..is it tht they dont have derivations or is it tht u missed it???...plss tell..thanks
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Quantisation of electric charge, Coulomb's law, Coulomb's law in vector vector in vector vector form, Coulomb's law with gravitational law, superposition principle, electric field due to a point charge, electric field due to system of charges, dipole moment of an electric dipole electric dipole an electric dipole, dipole moment at a point on the axial point on the axial line, dipole moment at a point point on the equatorial line, dipole in a uniform a uniform external field, electric flux, Gauss Theorem, proof, electrostatic potential due to a point charge, electrostatic potential due to a system of charges, electrostatic potential due to an electric dipole, electrostatic potential energy of a system of three point charges, potential energy in an external field field external field field, potential energy of a dipole in an external field field external field field external field field, capacitance, parallel plate capacitor, leakage of charge from a a from a a capacitor, effect of dielectric on parallel plate capacitor capacitor plate capacitor parallel plate capacitor capacitor plate capacitor capacitor, capacitors in parallel, capacitors in series, energy stored in a capacitor, common potential loss of energy in sharing charges charges sharing charges in sharing charges charges sharing charges charges, Ohm's law, effect of temperature on resistance, resistance of a conductor, Drift velocity, resistance of various materials, conductance and conductivity, resistors in series series, resistors in parallel, cells in series, cells in in parallel, mix grouping of cells, krichoff rules, metre Bridge, Potentiometer, biot-savart's law, magnetic field on the axis of a circular current carrying loop, ampere circuital law, solenoid, toroid, Lorentz Force, cyclotron, force on a current carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field field, force between two parallel current carrying capacitor parallel current carrying capacitor, current carrying loop as as loop as as a magnetic dipole, moving coil galvanometer, conversions, forces between two magnetic poles, magnetic field strength at a point on on axial line of line point on on axial line of a bar magnet, magnetic field strength at a point on equatorial line of a of a on equatorial line of a of a point on equatorial line of a of a on equatorial line of a of a a point on equatorial line of a of a on equatorial line of a of a point on equatorial line of a of a on equatorial line of a of a equatorial line of a of a bar magnet, torque on a magnetic dipole, potential energy of magnetic dipole, magnetism and Gauss, the horizontal component of Earth's magnetic field, magnetic intensity, relation between relative magnetic permeability and magnetic permeability and magnetic magnetic permeability and magnetic permeability and magnetic susceptibility.
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Thanks everyone!
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no Varun ...i have mentioned all important derivation for board exams.

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For Numericals visit this link ( https://youtu.be/zYHzYbZJ8gg )
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where are the rest of derrivations 
 
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list of derivations in physics class 12 cbse chapterwise (for board exams ) Ray Optics: Derivation of mirror formula, Derivation of lens formula Refraction at spherical surface Lens Makers Formula Refraction through Prism Optical Instruments Derivation of formula for magnification Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current: Motional Emf Deriving a formula for induced emf in a rotating coil (AC Generator) Conceptual questions based on Eddy currents mutual induction between two coils and two solenoids Derivation of current voltage relationship for Pure R, pure L and pure C inductive and capacitative reactance calculation of impedance, current and voltage across each element LCR Series - Phasor diagrams in all cases LR, LC circuits also can be done from LCR Resonance Average power in A.C. circuits pure R(not very high chance), pure L and pure C and LCR series Transformer Magnetism Not many derivations in this chapter Magnetic Effects of current: Field at the center of a circular coil Field at any point on the axis of circular coil Working of cyclotron Derivations related to Cyclotron Field due to a toroid field due to a solenoid Torque on a current carrying coil placed in a magnetic field Moving coil galvanometer
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Some Derivations 1. Work done (dipole electric field) 2. Energy in capacitor 3. Wheatstone bridge (Meter Bridge) 4. Potentiometer 5. Bio savarts law (for infinite wire, finite wire, loops etc.) 6. Ampere law 7. Solenoid 8. Cyclotron 9. Magnetic force on charge particle 10. Moving coil galvanometer 11. Energy stored in inductor 12. LC oscillator 13. AC generator 14. OPTICS lens maker formula 15. Prism min. Angle of deviation 16. Young double slit experiment 17. NPN transistor (amplifier, switch etc.) 18. Bohr model (radius, velocity, energy, time period and Bohr magneton)
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there are total 116 derivations my frnd.
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Ray Optics:
Derivation of mirror formula,
Derivation of lens formula
Refraction at spherical surface
Lens Makers Formula
Refraction through Prism
Optical Instruments Derivation of formula for magnification
 
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siddhant jain gave best answer
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all question important....
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And also definitions
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lens makers formula
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All the deriviations are important which have already came in previous board exams

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