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Ch#9-Physics Notes/Video Lectures Class 10th/Matric/SSC

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Chapter 9: Atomic and Nuclear Physics (20 videos)

9.1: Atom and Atomic Nucleus

  1. Introduction to Atom
  2. Atom and Atomic Nucleus
  3. Problem-Atom and Atomic Nucleus

9.2: Natural Radioactivity

  1. Natural Radioactivity

9.3: Background Radiations

  1. Background Radiations

9.4: Nuclear Transmutations

  1. Nuclear Transmutations
  2. Nature and Properties of Radiations

9.5: Half-Line and its Measurement

  1. Half Life and its Measurements
  2. Problem 1-Half Life and its Measurements
  3. Problem 2-Half Life and its Measurements
  4. Problem 3-Half Life and its Measurements
  5. Problem-Einsteins Mass Energy Equation

9.6: Radiosotopes and Their Uses

  1. Radio Isotopes
  2. Uses of Radio Isotopes

9.7: Fission Reaction

  1. Fission Reaction
  2. More on Fission Reaction
  3. Problem-Fission Reaction
  4. Problem-Comparison between Fission and Fusion Reaction

9.8: Nuclear Fusion

  1. Nuclear Fusion Reaction

9.9: Hazards of Radiations and Safety Measures

  1. Hazards of Radiations and Safety Measures