Basic & Important Definitions of Physics

Basic Definitions of Physics

We are damn sure that if the students ready only these basic questions of physics, they will definitely get passing marks in 9th & 10th physics…

 

1- Definition of Physics in English

2- What are the Branches of Physics with Definition

3- Contribution of Muslim Scientists in the Field of Physics

4- Definition of Meter in Physics

5- Definition of Length in Physics

6- Definition of Kilogram in Physics

7- Definition of Second in Physics

8- What are Scalar Quantities in Physics

9- What are Vector Quantities in Physics

10- What are the differences Between Scalars and Vectors

11- What is Head to Tail Rule in Physics

12- What is the Definition of Kinematics in Physics

13- What is Motion in Physics

14- Types of Motion in Physics for Class 10

15- What is Rest Position in Physics

16- Definition of Speed in Physics

17- Kinds of Speed in Physics

18- What is Velocity in Physics

19- Different Types of Velocity in Physics

20- What is Acceleration in Physics and its Formula

21- What is Equation of Motion in Physics

22- What is First Equation of Motion

23- What is Second Equation of Motion

24- What is Third Equation of Motion

25- What is Inertia in Physics

26- What is Newton’s First Law of Motion in Physics

27- What is Newton’s Second Law of Motion in Physics

28- What is Weight in Physics

29- Difference between Mass and Weight in Physics

30- What is Newton’s Third Law of Physics

31- What is the Law of Conservation of Momentum Definition

32- What is Friction in Physics

33- What are the Causes of Friction

34- Advantages and Disadvantages of Friction in Physics

35- Methods of Reducing Friction in Physics

36- What is Law of Friction in Physics

37- What is Rolling Friction Definition

38- What is Resultant Force in Physics

39- What is Moment Arm in Physics

40- What is Torque & its Formula in Physics

41- What is the Definition of Center of Gravity in Physics

42- What is Equilibrium in Physics

43- What is the First Condition of Equilibrium

44- What is the Second Condition of Equilibrium

45- What are the Three States of Equilibrium

46- What is the Definition of Centripetal Force in Physics

47- What is Centrifugal Force in Physics

48- Difference between Centripetal Force and Centrifugal Force in Physics

49- What is Law of Universal Gravitation in Physics

50- What is the Definition of Work Done in Physics

51- What is the Definition of Energy in Physics

52- What is the definition of Power in Physics

53- What is the Definition of Potential Energy in Physics

54- What is the Definition of Kinetic Energy in Physics

55- What is the Definition of Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy

56- What is Law of Conservation of Energy in Physics

57- What is the Meaning of Elasticity in Physics

58- What is Hooke’s Law in Physics

59- What is a Machine in Physics

60- What is the Definition of Lever in Physics

61- What is the Principle of the Lever in Physics

62- What are the Three Kinds of Levers

63- Definition of Inclined Plane in Physics

64- What is a Pulley System in Physics

65- Simple Definition of Pressure in Physics

66- Definition of Liquid Pressure in Physics

67-What is Atmospheric Pressure in Physics

68- What is Gas Pressure in Physics

69- Definition of Pascal’s Principle in Physics

70- Defined Archimedes Principle

71- What is Matter in Physics

72- What is Meant by Kinetic Molecular Theory of Matter

73- What is Brownian Motion in term of Physics

74- What are the States of Matter in Physics

75- Definition of Elasticity in Physics

76- What is Elastic Behavior and Molecular Theory

77- What is Stress in Physics Terms

78- What are the Different Types of Stress in Physics

79- What is Strain in Physics

80- What is the Difference between Stress and Strain in Physics

81- What are the Types of Strain in Physics

82- What is Hooke’s Law of Elasticity in Physics

83- What is Internal Energy of a Body in Physics

84- Definition of Joule in Physics

85- Definition of Calorie in Physics

86- What is British Thermal Unit in Physics

87- Difference between Heat and Temperature in Physics

88- What is Thermal Expansion in Physics

89- What is meant by Thermal Expansion of Solid in Physics

90- What is Boyle’s Law in Physics

91- What is Charles Law in Physics

92- What is Charles Law and Boyle’s Law in Physics

93- What is Pressure Law in Physics

94- What is Thermometer and its Types

95- Three Methods of Heat Transfer in Physics

96- What is a Bi-metal stem Thermometer

97- What is the Law of Heat Exchange in Physics

97- What is the Law of Heat Exchange in Physics

98- What is a Wave in Physics Terms

99- What is Wave Motion in Physics

100- What is Sound in Physics Definition

101- What is Propagation of Sound Waves in Physics

102- What are the Characteristics of Sound define them

103- What is Meant by Pitch in Physics

104- What Factors affect the Pitch of Sound Produced

105- Difference between Longitudinal and Transverse Waves

106- What is the Meaning of Vibration in Physics

107- What is Meant by Time Period in Physics

108- What is Meant by Frequency in Physics

109- What is Musical Sound in Physics

110- What is Simple Harmonic Motion in Physics

111- What is Resonance in Physics

112- What is Reflection of Light in Physics

113- What are the two Laws of Reflection of Light in Physics

114- What are the two Types of Reflection of Light in Physics

115- What is Spherical Mirror in Physics

116- Describe different types of Spherical Mirrors

117- Uses of Spherical Mirrors in Physics

118- What is Refraction of Light in Physics

119- What are the Laws of Refraction of Light

120- What is the Definition of Refractive index in Physics

121- What is Snell’s Law Definition in Physics

122- What is the Meaning of Prism in Physics

123- What are Lenses and its Types in Physics

124- Difference between Real image and Virtual image Physics

125- Define Newton Corpuscular Theory of Light

126- Huygens Wave Theory of Light Definition

127- Max Plank Quantum Theory Definition

128- How a Rainbow is formed Physics

129- What is Spectrum of Light Definition

130- What is the definition of Electromagnetic Spectrum in Physics

131- What is Dual Nature of Light in Physics

132- What is Dispersion of Light in Physics

133- Definition of Photons in Physics

134- What are Insulators in Physics

135- What are Conductors in Physics

136- What are Semiconductors in Physics

137- What is Dielectric in Physics

138- What is Force of Attraction in Physics

139- What is Force of Repulsion in Physics

140- What is Equivalent Resistance in Physics

141- What is Direct Current in Physics

142- What is Alternating Current in Physics

143- What is Conventional Current in Physics

144- What is Electric Circuit in Physics

145- What is Electrostatic Induction in Physics

146- What is Gold Leaf Electroscope how does it works

147- What is Electrostatic Potential in Physics

148- What is a Capacitor and how does it work

149-Difference between Capacitor and Capacitance

150- What is Farad in Physics

151- What is Electromotive Force in Physics

152- What is Electric Current in Physics

153- What is ohm’s law definition in Physics

154- Difference between AC and DC Current in Physics

155- Difference between Resistance and Conductance in Physics

156- What is Magnet in Physics Definition

157- What are Non Magnetic Substances

158- What are Ferromagnetic Substances

159- What is Magnetic Field in Physics

160- What are the Methods of Making Magnet

161- What are Methods of Demagnetization

162- What is Right Hand Rule in Physics

163- What is Solenoid in Physics

164- What is Electromagnet in Physics

165- What is Electric Bell & how it works

166- What is meant by Fleming’s Left Hand Rule

167- What is Galvanometer & its use in Physics

168- What is Ammeter in Physics

169- What is Voltmeter and How to use it

170- What is Electronics in Physics

171- What is Semiconductor in Physics

172- What are p type and n type Materials

173- What is Diode in Physics

174- What is Forward Bias and Reverse Bias in Physics

175- What is Rectification in Physics

176- What is Rectifier in Electronics

177- What is Transistor in Physics

178- What are npn and pnp transistors in Physics

179- What is Telegraph and How it works

180- What is Radio and How it works

181- What is Radar and How does it work

182- What is a Telephone and How does it work

183- How does TV Camera work in Physics

184- What is Nuclear Physics

185- What is Radioactivity in Physics

186- What are the Properties of Alpha Particles in Physics

187- What are the Properties of Beta Particles in Physics

188- What are the Properties of Gamma Rays in Physics

189- What is Chain Reaction in Physics

190- What is Nuclear Reactor in Physics

191- What is Nuclear Fusion in Physics

 

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