Physics- Grade 12

 Unit 1: Dynamics
1.1 Motion and Motion Graphs and Equations of Motion
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 1.2 Displacements In Two Dimensions
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 1.3 Velocity and Acceleration in Two Dimensions
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 1.4 Projectile Motion
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 1.5 Relative Motion
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 1.6 Inertia
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 1.7 Newton’s First Law
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 1.8 Newton’s Second Law
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 1.9 Newton’s Third Law
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 1.10 Frames of Reference
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 1.11 Free Body Diagram
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 1.12 Net Force
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 1.13 Frictional forces
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 1.14 Practice Problems for force in one dimension
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 1.15 Practice Problems for force in two dimensions
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 1.16 Weight versus Apparent Weight
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 1.17 Tension in Ropes and Cables (Atwood’s Machine)
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 1.18 Inertial and Non-inertial Frames of Reference
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 1.19 Centripetal Acceleration
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 1.20 Centripetal Force
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 1.21 Rotating Frames of Reference
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 Unit 2: Energy and Momentum
2.1 Work Done by a Constant Force
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 2.2 Kinetic Energy and Gravitational Potential Energy
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2.3 Kinetic Energy
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 2.4 The Work-Energy Theorem
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 2.5 The Law of Conservation of Energy
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 2.6 Elastic Potential Energy and Simple Harmonic Motion
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 2.7 Springs and Conservation of Energy
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 2.8 Momentum and Impulse
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 2.9 Conservation of Momentum in One Dimension
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 2.10 Collisions
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 2.11 Head-on Elastic Collisions
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 2.12 Collisions in Two Dimensions
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 Unit 3: Gravitational, Electric and Magnetic Fields
3.1 Newtonian Gravitation
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 3.2 Universal Law of Gravitation
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3.3 Orbits and Applications of Gravitational Fields: Satellites
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 3.4 Properties of Electric Charge
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 3.5 Coulomb’s Law
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 3.6 Electric Fields
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 3.7 Potential Difference and Electric Potential
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 3.8 Electric Potential and Electric Potential Energy Due to Point Charge
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 3.9 The Millikan Oil Drop Experiment
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 3.10 Magnets and Electromagnets
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 3.11 Magnetic Force on Moving Charges
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 3.12 Magnetic Force on Current-Carrying Conductor
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 3.13 Motion of Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields
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 3.14 Applications of Electric and Magnetic Fields
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 Unit 4: The Wave Nature of Light
4.1 Properties of Waves
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 4.2 Refraction and Total Internal Reflection
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4.3 Diffraction and Interference of Water Waves
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 4.4 Light: Wave or Particle?
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 4.5 Interference of Light Waves: Young’s Double-Slit Expriment
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 4.6 Interference in Thin Films
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 4.7 Single-Slit Diffraction
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 4.8 The Diffraction Grating
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 4.9 Electromagnetic Radiation
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 4.10 Polarization of Light
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 Unit 5: Revolutions in Modern Physic: Quantum Mechanics and Special Relativity
5.1 The Special Theory of Relativity
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 5.2 Time Dilation
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5.3 Length Contraction
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 5.4 Relativity of Simultaneity
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 5.5 Relativistic Momentum
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 5.6 Mass-Energy Equivalence
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 5.7 Introducing Quantum Theory
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 5.8 Photons and The Quantum Theory of Light
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 5.9 Wave Properties of Classical Particles
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