Magnetism and Matter
The NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Physics Chapter 5 is now up on the MSVgo website. The solutions, prepared by experts in the industry, cover all the important concepts under the chapter Magnetism and Matter, including important definitions, laws, solved examples, and more. The class 12 physics chapter 5 notes are curated as per the latest syllabus and CBSE guidelines, and are therefore a reliable source to study from. The detailed solutions provide simple explanations, ensuring that students have a deep understanding of the chapter. Download the Class 12 Physics Chapter 5 NCERT Solutions from the MSVgo website to thoroughly prepare for the board exams.
Topics included in this chapter:
2. The Bar Magnet
3. Magnetism and Gauss’s Law
4. The Earth’s Magnetism
5. Magnetization and Magnetic Intensity
6. Magnetic Properties of Materials
The previous chapter established that magnetic fields are produced by electric currents. In Class 12 Chapter 5 Physics, magnetism as an individual topic is covered.
Some concepts of magnetism are:
- The earth has a magnetic field that exists from the geographic south to the north.
- A magnet that is suspended freely automatically points in the north-south direction. The tip that faces the magnetic north pole of the earth is the north pole of the magnet, and the tip that faces the magnetic south pole of the earth is the south pole of the magnet.
- If the north pole of one magnet is brought near the north pole of another magnet, the magnets will repel each other. Similarly, if the south poles of two magnets are brought close to each other, they will repel. Two magnets can attract each other only if the north pole of one magnet comes close to the south pole of the other.
- If a magnet is broken into two, then each half acts as a separate magnet with its own north and south poles. A magnet with only one pole does not exist.
- Magnets can be made out of iron and its alloys.
- Electric Charges and Fields
- Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
- Current Electricity
- Moving Charges and Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Induction
- Alternating Current
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Ray optics and optical instruments
- Wave Optics
- Dual nature of Radiation and Matter
- Semiconductor Electronics Materials Devices and Simple Circuits