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# JoVE Core: Physics

### Chapters

#### Chapter 1: Units, dimensions, and measurements

#### Chapter 2: Vectors and Scalars

#### Chapter 3: Motion along a Straight Line

#### Chapter 4: Motion in Two or Three Dimensions

#### Chapter 5: Newton's Laws of Motion

#### Chapter 6: Application of Newton's Laws of Motion

#### Chapter 7: Work and Kinetic Energy

#### Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Energy Conservation

#### Chapter 9: Linear Momentum, Impulse and Collisions

#### Chapter 10: Rotation and Rigid Bodies

#### Chapter 11: Dynamics of Rotational Motion

#### Chapter 12: Equilibrium and Elasticity

#### Chapter 13: Fluid Mechanics

#### Chapter 14: Gravitation

#### Chapter 15: Oscillations

#### Chapter 16: Waves

#### Chapter 17: Sound

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#### Chapter 1: Units, dimensions, and measurements

- The Scope of Physics
- Orders of Magnitude
- Units and Standards of Measurement
- Base Quantities and Derived Quantities
- Conversion of Units
- Accuracy and Precision
- Random and Systematic Errors
- Rules of Significant Figures
- Significant Figures in Calculations
- Dimensional Analysis
- Solving Problems in Physics

#### Chapter 2: Vectors and Scalars

- Introduction to Scalars
- Introduction to Vectors
- Vector Components in the Cartesian Coordinate System
- Vector Components in the Polar Coordinate System
- Vector Algebra: Graphical Method
- Vector Algebra: Method of Components

Scalar Product (Dot Product) - Vector Product (Cross Product)

#### Chapter 3: Motion along a Straight Line

- Position and Displacement
- Average Velocity

Instantaneous Velocity - I - Instantaneous Velocity - II
- Average Acceleration
- Instantaneous Acceleration
- Kinematic Equations - I
- Kinematic Equations - II
- Kinematic Equations - III
- Kinematic Equations: Problem Solving
- Free-falling Bodies: Introduction
- Free-falling Bodies: Example
- Velocity and Position by Graphical Method
- Velocity and Position by Integral Method

#### Chapter 4: Motion in Two or Three Dimensions

- Position and Displacement Vectors
- Average and Instantaneous Velocity Vectors
- Acceleration Vectors
- Direction of Acceleration vectors
- Projectile Motion
- Projectile Motion: Equations
- Projectile Motion: Example
- Uniform Circular Motion
- Non-uniform Circular Motion
- Relative Velocity in 1 Dimension
- Relative Velocity in 2 Dimensions

#### Chapter 5: Newton's Laws of Motion

- Force
- Types of Forces
- Newton's First Law: Introduction
- Newton's First Law: Application
- Internal and External Forces
- Newton's Second Law
- Mass and Weight
- Weightlessness
- Newton's Third Law: Introduction
- Newton's Third Law: Examples
- Drawing Free-body Diagrams: Rules
- Free Body Diagrams: Examples
- Inertial Frames of Reference
- Non-inertial Frames of Reference

#### Chapter 6: Application of Newton's Laws of Motion

- First Law: Particles in One-dimensional Equilibrium
- First Law: Particles in Two-dimensional Equilibrium
- Second Law: Motion under the Same Force
- Second Law: Motion under the Same Acceleration
- Frictional Force
- Static and Kinetic Frictional Force
- Dynamics of Circular Motion
- Dynamics of Circular Motion: Applications

#### Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Energy Conservation

- Gravitational Potential Energy
- Elastic Potential Energy
- Conservative Forces
- Non-conservative Forces
- Conservation of Energy
- Conservation of Energy: Application
- Force and Potential Energy in One Dimension
- Force and Potential Energy in Three Dimensions
- Energy Diagrams - I
- Energy Diagrams - II

#### Chapter 9: Linear Momentum, Impulse and Collisions

- Linear Momentum
- Force and Momentum
- Impulse
- Impulse-Momentum Theorem
- Conservation of momentum: Introduction
- Conservation of momentum: Problem Solving
- Types of Collisions - I
- Types of Collisions - II
- Elastic Collisions: Introduction
- Elastic Collisions: Case Study
- Collisions in Multiple Dimensions: Introduction
- Collisions in Multiple Dimensions: Problem solving
- Center of Mass: Introduction
- Center of Mass: Problem solving
- Rocket Propulsion in Empty Space - I
- Rocket Propulsion in Empty Space - II
- Rocket Propulsion in Gravitational Field - I
- Rocket Propulsion in Gravitational Field - II

#### Chapter 10: Rotation and Rigid Bodies

- Angular Velocity and Displacement
- Angular Velocity and Acceleration
- Rotation with Constant Angular Acceleration - I
- Rotation with Constant Angular Acceleration - II
- Relating Angular and Linear Quantities - I
- Relating Angular and Linear Quantities - II
- Moment of Inertia
- Moment of inertia and rotational kinetic energy
- Moment of Inertia: Calculations
- Parallel-Axis Theorem
- Moment of Inertia of Compound Objects

#### Chapter 11: Dynamics of Rotational Motion

- Torque
- Net Torque Calculations
- Work and power for Rotational Motion
- Work-Energy Theorem for Rotational Motion
- Angular Momentum: Single Particle
- Angular Momentum: Rigid Body
- Conservation of Angular Momentum
- Conservation Of Angular Momentum: Application
- Gyroscope
- Gyroscope: Precession

#### Chapter 13: Fluid Mechanics

- Density
- Pressure of Fluids
- Pascal's Law
- Application of Pascal's Law
- Buoyancy
- Archimedes' Principle
- Density and Archimedes' Principle
- Laminar and Turbulent Flow
- Equation of Continuity
- Bernoulli's Equation
- Bernoulli's Principle
- Viscosity
- Poiseuille's Law and Reynolds Number

#### Chapter 14: Gravitation

- Newton's Law of Gravitation
- Gravity between Spherical Bodies
- Acceleration due to Gravity on Earth
- Acceleration due to Gravity on other Planets
- Apparent Weight and Earth's Rotation
- Variation in Acceleration due to Gravity near Earth's Surface
- Potential Energy due to Gravitation
- Escape Velocity
- Circular Orbits and Critical Velocity for Satellites
- Energy of a Satellite in a Circular Orbit
- Kepler's First Law of Planetary Motion
- Kepler's Second Law of Planetary Motion
- Kepler's Third Law of Planetary Motion
- Tidal Forces
- Schwarzschild Radius and Event Horizon
- Detection of Black Holes
- Principle of Equivalence
- Space Time Curvature and the General Theory of Relativity

#### Chapter 15: Oscillations

- Simple Harmonic Motion
- Characteristics of Simple Harmonic Motion
- Oscillations about an Equilibrium Position
- Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
- Simple Harmonic Motion and Uniform Circular Motion
- Simple Pendulum
- Torsional and Physical Pendulum
- Damped Oscillations
- Types of Damping
- Forced Oscillations
- Concept of Resonance and its Characteristics