- Characteristics of Molecules of Matter
- States of Matter
- The Solid State
- The Liquid State
- The Gaseous State
- Bose-einstein Condensate
- Distinction Between Solids, Liquids and Gases
- Change of State of Matter
- Concept of Melting (Fusion)
- Concept of Freezing (Solidification)
- Concept of Boiling (Vaporization)
- Concept of Condensation (Liquefaction)
- Concept of Sublimation
- Concept of Desublimation (Deposition)
- Concept of Evaporation
Physical Quantities and Measurement
- Concept of Density
- Determination of Density of a Regular Solid
- Vessels for Measuring Volume
- Determination of Density of an Irregular Solids Using Measuring Cylinder
- Determination of Density of Irregular Solids Using Eureka Can
- Determination of Density of a Liquid
- Density Bottle
- Determination of Density of a Liquid Using the Density Bottle
- Relative Density
- Measurement of Relative Density of a Liquid Using a Density Bottle
- Comparison of Densities in the Three States of Matter.
- Concept of Flotation and Sinking of a Substance (Relate to Density)
- Principle of Floatation
- Law of Floatation
- Some Applications of Floatation
Force and Pressure
- Concept of Refraction
- Convex Mirror
- Concave Mirror
- Reflecting Surface (Convex and Concave)
- Spherical Mirrors
- Terms Related to Curved Mirrors:Focus, Principal Axis, Centre of Curvature, Radius of Curvature
- Spherical Mirrors
- Real and Virtual Images
- Ray Diagrams with Curved Mirrors Where Real Images Are Formed
- Dispersion of White Light into Constituent Colours
Write whether the following statement is true or false.
Intermolecular force of attraction is greater in gases than in liquids.
Distinguish between solids, liquids, and gases on the basis of their following properties :
(d) expansion on heating
Write true or false for the statement. Rewrite the false statement correctly.
Solids can be compressed easily.
How do the solids, liquids, and gases differ in their following properties.