Book:ICSE Class 12 Physics

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ICSE Class 12 Physics[edit]

Electrostatics
Coulomb's law
Electric dipole moment
Electric potential
Van de Graaff generator
Capacitance
Dielectric
Current Electricity
Electric current
Battery (electricity)
Voltage
Electrical resistance and conductance
Electron mobility
Series and parallel circuits
Kirchhoff's circuit laws
Wheatstone bridge
Potentiometer
Electric energy consumption
Thermoelectric effect
Magnetism
Magnetism
Diamagnetism
Paramagnetism
Ferromagnetism
Electromagnetism
Electromagnetism
Biot–Savart law
Ampère's circuital law
Magnetic field
Cyclotron
Magnetic dipole
Electromagnetic induction
Inductance
Alternator
War of Currents
Alternating current circuits
Alternating current
RLC circuit
Wave optics
Electromagnetic spectrum
Huygens–Fresnel principle
Michelson–Morley experiment
Interference (wave propagation)
Double-slit experiment
Fraunhofer diffraction
Brewster's angle
Polarization (waves)
Polaroid (polarizer)
Ray Optics
Refraction
Total internal reflection
Lens (optics)
Dispersion (optics)
Optical microscope
Reflecting telescope
Refracting telescope
Refractive error
Electrons and Photons
Cathode ray
Photoelectric effect
Wave–particle duality
Atoms
Atomic nucleus
Geiger–Marsden experiment
Bohr model
X-ray
Moseley's law
Nuclei
Atomic mass
Binding energy
Radioactive decay
Half-life
Chernobyl disaster
Nuclear Energy
Mass–energy equivalence
Nuclear fission
Nuclear fusion
Semiconductor devices
Electronic band structure
Diode
Transistor
Logic gate