Objective Physics: for Engineering and Medical Entrance Examinations

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ISBN: 978-93-87918-36-8
AUTHOR NAME: RPH Editorial Board
MEDIUM: English
FORMAT: Paper Back
PRICE: 390

Rs. 390


The present book ‘Objective Physics’, in objective MCQ-format, has been specially developed keeping in mind the requirements of students, exam-aspirants and other readers with academic as well as competitions’ point of view. The book is especially useful for the aspirants of various Engineering, Medical and Other Entrance Exams where this subject forms an essential part of the Examination.
The main aim of the book is to present the specialised subject of Physics in an objective and reader-friendly manner to make the readers study and practice numerous questions on its various topics thoroughly.
The book comprises a wide spectrum of questions which are frequently asked in various exams, covering all important topics and solved by expert. The book will act as an efficient tool to test your knowledge of the subject and preparation of exam.
The book will definitely prove to be a boon to the inquisitive students, exam-aspirants, and other readers in improving and enhancing their knowledge of the subject and will immensely help them perform better in their respective exams and competitions.
The book is highly recommended for self-practice of objective questions on the subject and to sharpen your problem-solving skill to a great-extent.

Unit 1: Physical Measurements; Unit 2: Motion; Unit 3: Rotational Motion; Unit 4: Gravitation; Unit 5: Kinetic Theory of Gases; Unit 6: Expansion of Solids, Liquids, Gases; Unit 7: Change of State; Unit 8: Theories of Transmission of Heat; Unit 9: Thermodynamics; Unit 10: Wave Motion And Sound; Unit 11: Optics; Unit 12: Atomic Physics Theory; Unit 13: Nuclear Physics; Unit 14: Electronics; Unit 15: Matter; Unit 16: Relativity; Unit 17: Properties of Material; Unit 18: Fluid Mechanics (Hydrostatics); Unit 19: Electrostatic; Unit 20: Electric Current; Unit 21: Thermo Electricity: Chemical MagneticEffects of Current; Unit 22: Electromagnetic Induction.

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