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NCERT Physics Class-12(Part-1) : For English Medium Students PDF Book

NCERT Physics Class-12(Part-1) : For English Medium Students PDF Book 


NCERT Science Class-12(Part-1) : For English Medium Students PDF Book


Name of Book :  NCERT Physics Class-12(Part-1)

Language of Book : English

Size of Ebook : 4.12 MB

Total pages in ebook : 291

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Description about eBook : In olden days, electricity and magnetism were treated as separate subjects. Electricity dealt with charges on glass rods, cat’s fur, batteries, lightning, etc., while magnetism
described interactions of magnets, iron filings, compass needles, etc. In 1820 Danish scientist Oersted found that a compass needle is deflected by passing an electric current through a wire placed near the needle. Ampere and Faraday supported this observation
by saying that electric charges in motion produce magnetic fields and moving magnets generate electricity. The unification was achieved when the Scottish physicist Maxwell and the Dutch physicist Lorentz put forward a theory where they showed the
interdependence of these two subjects. This field is called electromagnetism. Most of the phenomena occurring around us can be described under electromagnetism. Virtually every force that we can think of like friction, chemical force between atoms holding the
matter together, and even the forces describing processes occurring in cells of living organisms, have its origin in electromagnetic force. Electromagnetic force is one of the fundamental forces of nature............

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