Maharashtra State BoardHSC Science (Electronics) 11th
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Physics 11th HSC Science (Electronics) Maharashtra State Board Topics and Syllabus

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Maharashtra State Board Syllabus For 11th Physics: Knowing the Syllabus is very important for the students of 11th. Shaalaa has also provided a list of topics that every student needs to understand.

The Maharashtra State Board 11th Physics syllabus for the academic year 2023-2024 is based on the Board's guidelines. Students should read the 11th Physics Syllabus to learn about the subject's subjects and subtopics.

Students will discover the unit names, chapters under each unit, and subtopics under each chapter in the Maharashtra State Board 11th Physics Syllabus pdf 2023-2024. They will also receive a complete practical syllabus for 11th Physics in addition to this.

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Syllabus

1 Units and Measurements
  • Introduction of Units and Measurements 
  • System of Units 
    1. Fundamental Quantities and Units
    2. Derived Quantities and Units
    3. Conventions for the use of SI Units
  • Measurement of Length 
    • Length
    • Units of length
    • SI Unit of length
    • Subunit of metre
    • Multiple units of metre
    • Measurements of large distance:
      (i) Parallax Method: Parallax or parallactic angle (θ)
    • Method of measuring very small distances (Size of molecules)
    • Range of Lengths
  • Measurement of Mass 
    • Rage of Mass
  • Measurement of Time 
  • Dimensions and Dimensional Analysis 
    • Dimensions and Dimensional Analysis
    • Uses of Dimensional Analysis
    • Limitations of Dimensional Analysis
  • Accuracy, Precision and Uncertainty in Measurement 
  • Errors in Measurements 
    • Types of errors in measurement:
    1. Systematic errors
       (i) Instrumental errors
      (ii) Error due to imperfection in experimental technique
      (iii) Procedural errors
      (iv) Personal errors
    2. Random errors
    3. Least count error
    4. Absolute error
    5. Mean absolute error
    6. Relative error or fractional error
    7. Percentage error
    8. Combination of percentage errors
      (a) Error of a sum or a difference
      (b) Error of a product or a quotient
      (c) Error in case of a measured quantity raised to a power
  • Significant Figures 
    • Order of magnitude
    • Significant figures
    • Addition and subtraction of significant figures
    • Multiplication and division of significant figures
    • Rules for limiting the result to the required number of significant figures
    • Rules for arithmetic operations with significant figures
    • Rounding-off in the measurement
2 Mathematical Methods
3 Motion in a Plane
  • Introduction to Motion in a Plane 
  • Rectilinear Motion 
    1. Displacement
    2. Path length
    3. Average velocity
    4. Average speed
    5. Instantaneous velocity
    6. Instantaneous speed
    7. Acceleration
  • Motion in Two Dimensions-Motion in a Plane 
    1. Average and Instantaneous Velocities
    2. Average and Instantaneous Acceleration
    3. Equations of Motion for an Object travelling a Plane with Uniform Acceleration
    4. Relative Velocity
    5. Projectile Motion
  • Uniform Circular Motion (UCM) 
    • Circular motion
    • Terms involved in a circular motion
      1) Angular displacement
      2) Angular Velocity
      3) Angular Acceleration
    • Uniform Circular Motion (UCM)
    • Time Period of UCM
    • Frequency of UCM
    • Centripetal acceleration (Radial acceleration)
      1) For non-uniform circular motion
    • Centripetal force
    • Centrifugal force
4 Laws of Motion
5 Gravitation
6 Mechanical Properties of Solids
7 Thermal Properties of Matter
  • Introduction to Thermal Properties of Matter 
  • Heat and Temperature 
    • Heat
    • Temperature
  • Measurement of Temperature 
  • Absolute Temperature and Ideal Gas Equation 
    • Absolute zero and absolute temperature
    • Ideal Gas Equation
  • Thermal Expansion 
    • Linear Expansion
    • Areal Expansion
    • Volume expansion
    • Relation between Coefficients of Expansion
  • Specific Heat Capacity 
    • Specific heat capacity
    • Necessity of defining two specific heats of a gas
    • Specific heat at constant Pressure
      1) Principal specific heat (cp)
      2) Molar specific heat (Cp)
    • Specific heat at constant Volume
      1) Principal specific heat (cv)
      2) Molar specific heat (Cv)
    • Relation between principal specific heat and molar specific heat
  • Calorimetry 
    • Calorimetry
    • Principle of calorimetry
    • Temperature of mixture in different cases
  • Change of State 
    • Analysis of observations
    1. From point A to B
    2. From point B to D
    • Sublimation
    • Phase Diagram
    1. Vapourisation curve l - v
    2. Fusion curve l - s
    3. Sublimation curve s - v
    4. Triple point
    • Gas and Vapour
    • Latent Heat
  • Heat Transfer 
    • Conduction  
    1. Thermal Conductivity
    2. Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity
    3. Thermal Resistance (RT)
    4. Applications of Thermal Conductivity
    • Convection
    1. Applications of Convection
    2. Free and Forced Convection
    • Radiation
  • Newton’s Law of Cooling 
    • Newton's law of cooling
    • Graphical representation
    • Applications 
    • Factors affecting the rate of cooling
    • Limitations of Newton's law of cooling
8 Sound
  • Introduction to Sound 
  • Types of Waves 
    1. Mechanical waves
    2. EM waves
    3. Matter waves
  • Common Properties of All Waves 
    • Amplitude (A)
    • Wavelength
    • Period (T)
    • Double periodicity
    • Frequency (n)
    • Velocity (v)
    • Phase and phase difference
    • Characteristics of progressive wave
  • Transverse Waves and Longitudinal Waves 
  • Mathematical Expression of a Wave 
  • The Speed of Travelling Waves 
    • The speed of transverse waves
    • The speed of longitudinal waves
    • Newton’s formula for velocity of sound
    • Laplace’s correction
    • Factors affecting speed of sound
    1. Effect of pressure on velocity of sound
    2. Effect of temperature on speed of sound
    3. Effect of humidity on speed of sound
  • Principle of Superposition of Waves 
    • Superposition principle
    • Some important terms
      1) Phase
      2) Phase difference
      3) Path difference
    • Resultant amplitude due to superposition
    • Resultant intensity due to superposition
  • Echo, Reverberation and Acoustics 
    1. Acoustics observed in nature
    2. Medical applications of acoustics
    3. Other applications of acoustics
  • Qualities of Sound 
    • Audible sound or human response to sound
    1. Pitch
    2. Timbre (sound quality)
    3. Loudness
  • Doppler Effect 
    • Source Moving and Listener Stationary
    • Listener Approaching a Stationary Source with Velocity vL
    • Both Source and Listener are Moving
    • Common Properties between Doppler Effect of Sound and Light
    • Major Differences between Doppler Effects of Sound and Light
    • Effect of wind velocity on Doppler's effect in sound
    • Applications of Doppler's effect
9 Optics
10 Electrostatics
  • Introduction to Electrostatics 
  • Electric Charges 
    • Point charge
    • Test charge
  • Basic Properties of Electric Charge 
    • Additive Nature of Charge
    • Quantization of Charge
    • Conservation of Charge
    • Forces between Charges
  • Coulomb’s Law - Force Between Two Point Charges 
    • Coulomb's law
    • Electric permittivity
    • Dielectric constant (Kor Er)
  • Principle of Superposition 
  • Electric Field 
    • Electric Field Intensity due to a Point Charge in a Material Medium
    • Practical Way of Calculating Electric Field
    • Electric Lines of Force
    • Electric field intensity
  • Electric Flux 
    • Electric Flux
    • Tube of force
    • Tube of induction
    • Normal Electric Induction (NEI)
    • Total Normal Electric Induction (TNEI)
  • Gauss’s Law 
  • Electric Dipole 
    • The field of an electric dipole
    • The physical significance of dipoles
    • Couple Acting on an Electric Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field
    • Electric Intensity at a Point due to an Electric Dipole
    • Electric dipole moment (p)
    • Electric field intensity·due to an electric dipole at a point on its axial line
    • Electric field intensity due to an electric dipole at a point on the equatorial line
    • Electric field intensity at a general point due to short electric dipole
  • Continuous Distribution of Charges 
    • Continuous distribution of charges
    • Types of charge distribution
      1) Linear charge distribution
      2) Surface charge distribution
      3) Volume charge distribution
11 Electric Current Through Conductors
12 Magnetism
13 Electromagnetic Waves and Communication System
  • EM Wave 
    1. Sources of EM waves
    2. Characteristics of EM waves
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum 
    • Electromagnetic spectrum (Discovered by, Wavelength range, Production, Detection, Characteristics, applications
    1. Gamma rays (γ-rays)
    2. X-rays
    3. Ultraviolet rays (UV rays)
    4. Visible light
    5. Infrared rays
    6. Microwaves
    7. Radio waves
    • Approximate ranges of wavelength and frequency
    • Properties common to all the electromagnetic waves
  • Propagation of EM Waves 
    1. Propagation of EM Waves
    2. Space wave
    3. Skywave propagation
  • Introduction to Communication System 
    1. Elements of a communication system
    2. Commonly used terms in electronic communication system
  • Modulation 
    • Amplitude Modulation (AM)
    • Frequency Modulation (FM)
    • Phase Modulation (PM)
14 Semiconductors

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