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NEET toppers handwritten notes cover the following topics.
Physics:4 Books covers the following topics
Physics 0:-Basic maths, Unit & dimension, Vector, Error in measurements, Kinematics, Newton laws of motion, Work, energy and power, Collision, Center of mass, Circular motion.
Physics 1:- Rotational dynamics, Gravitation, Solids, Mechanical Properties of Fluids, Heat, Thermodynamics, Thermal radiation, Thermal expansion, Wave theory, Doppler effect, Fluid dynamics, Elasticity, Surface tension, Errors.
Physics 2:-Ray optics, SHM and oscillation, Lens, Prism, Optical instruments, Wave optics, Polarization, Photoelectric effect, Modern Physics, Nuclear physics, Dual Nature of Light.
Physics 3:-Electrostatics, Current electricity, Magnetic field & its effect, Magnetism, Magnetic material, Electromagnetic induction, Matterwave, Radioactivity, Electronics, Capacitor, Inductance, Alternating current, Electrical device, Em waves, Communication system.