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Physics by Mind Map: Physics

1. Magnetic field

2. Electricity

2.1. charges

2.1.1. rubbing

2.1.2. induction

2.1.3. field

2.2. current

2.3. voltage

2.4. resistance

2.4.1. ohm's law

2.4.2. connections

2.4.2.1. parallel

2.4.2.2. series

2.4.3. Factors

2.4.3.1. length

2.4.3.2. x-sec area

2.4.3.3. temperature

2.4.3.4. material

2.5. Elec. components

2.5.1. resistor

2.5.2. rheostat

2.5.3. potential divider

2.5.3.1. fixed

2.5.3.2. variable

2.5.4. Thermistor

2.5.5. LDR

2.5.6. diode

2.5.7. fuse

2.5.8. capacitor

2.6. Power

2.7. mains electricity

2.8. Electronics

2.8.1. logic gates

2.8.1.1. AND

2.8.1.2. OR

2.8.1.3. NOT

2.8.1.4. NAND

2.8.1.5. NOR

3. Magnetism

3.1. Magnets

3.2. E.M field

3.3. E.M Force

3.4. Dc Motor

3.5. E.M Induction

3.6. A.c Generator

3.7. Transformer

4. General Physics

4.1. Measurements

4.1.1. Units

4.1.2. Length

4.1.2.1. rule

4.1.2.2. measuring cylinder

4.1.2.3. micrometer

4.1.2.4. vernier caliper

4.1.3. Time

4.1.4. Mass & Weight

4.1.5. Volume, Density

4.2. Motion

4.2.1. Speed

4.2.1.1. Avg. speed

4.2.1.2. Graphs

4.2.2. Acceleration

4.2.3. Forces

4.2.4. Moment

4.2.5. Centre of Mass

4.2.6. Vectors

4.2.7. Momentum

4.2.8. Hook's law

4.2.9. Centripetal Force

4.3. Pressure

4.3.1. Solids

4.3.2. Liquids

4.3.3. Gases

4.4. Energy

4.4.1. Work

4.4.2. Energy transformation

4.4.3. Energy resources

4.4.4. Power and efficiency

5. Thermal Physics

5.1. Kinetic Theory

5.1.1. States of matter

5.1.2. Molecular model

5.1.3. Evaporation

5.1.4. Gas pressure

5.2. Them. properties

5.2.1. Th. Expansion

5.2.2. Temp.

5.2.3. Heat Capacity

5.2.4. Melting &boiling

5.3. Thermal processes

5.3.1. Conduction

5.3.2. Convection

5.3.3. Radiation

6. Waves

6.1. Properties

6.1.1. Types

6.1.1.1. longitudinal

6.1.1.2. Transverse

6.1.1.3. mechanical

6.1.1.4. electromagnetic

6.1.1.4.1. radio waves

6.1.1.4.2. microwaves

6.1.1.4.3. infra-red

6.1.1.4.4. X-rays

6.1.1.4.5. gamma rays

6.1.2. Effects

6.1.2.1. reflection

6.1.2.2. refraction

6.1.2.3. diffraction

6.1.3. Quantities

6.1.3.1. speed

6.1.3.2. frequency

6.1.3.3. Amplitude

6.1.3.4. Wavelength

6.1.3.5. Wavefront

6.2. Sound

6.2.1. speed of sound

6.2.2. Loudness & pitch

6.2.3. Echo

6.3. Light

6.3.1. reflection

6.3.2. refraction

6.3.3. convex lens

6.3.4. Dispersion

7. Radiactivity

7.1. Detection

7.2. Radioactive decay

7.3. Half-life

7.4. Safety precautions

8. Advanced

8.1. Waves phenomena

8.2. Fields

8.3. Electromagnetic induction

8.4. Quantum Mechanics

9. Options

9.1. Relativity

9.2. Engineering physics

9.3. Imaging

9.4. Astrophysics

10. Practical