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Overview and Introduction (in Hindi)
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The lesson gives you an overview of the course and introduces you to the course by discussing on charges, gold leaf electro scope and Conductors and Insulators

Tamanna Chaudhary is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Tamanna Chaudhary
नमस्ते 🙏 The Newton's apple. 🍎

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ma'am can you explain the unification of electricity and magnetism by lorentz and maxwell
thank you sooooooo much mam !! plzzzz do magnetism course also!!!
Mam electrostatics chapter 2 ki video bna dijiye...plz
mam when silk and glass rod is rubbed then why silk gets -ve charge and rod get +ve charge . silk p -ve charge hi kyo aya
Because every material has different tendency to lose electrons when provided energy is any form. When silk is rubbed with class, energy is provided by friction to glass rod as well as silk. But since the ionisation potential is lesser for the glass, it loses electron more easily, thus acquiring a positive charge. It also explains why silk gets negative charge
Ishu tiwari
a year ago
ohhh😮 thank u for explaining i was really wondering how is happens. thank u so much🤗🤗
Sanjay yadav
2 months ago
thanks mam
very nice can u please make a video on electrostatics plzz...!!!
  1. Electric charges and Fields By- Tamanna Chaudhary

  2. Overview of the Course- 1. Electric charges and gold leaf electroscope 2. Conductors and Insulators 3. Earthing/ Grounding and Induction of charges 4. Basic properties of electric charges 5. Coulomb's law- Gives the force between two charges 6. Force between multiple charges 7. Electric field due to a point charge and system of charges 8. Electric field lines and their properties 9. Electric flux 10. Electric dipole and field due to it

  3. Overview of the Course- 11. Dipole places in an external electric field and torque that acts on it 12. Gauss's law- for defining electric flux for continuous charge distribution 13. Applications of Gauss's law (a) E due to infinitely long straight uniformly charged wire (b) E due to uniformly charged Infinite plane sheet (c) E due to uniformly charged thin spherical shell (d) E due to uniformly charged sphere 14. Motion of a charged particle in a uniform electric field

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