# CBSE class 11 Physics Notes of Chapter 9

## Mechanical Properties of Solids

CBSE class 11 Physics notes Chapter 9. Mechanical Properties of Solids  Download in  PDF. CBSE class 11 Physics notes Chapter 9. Mechanical Properties of Solids contains all the topic as per the syllabus of NCERT. Each topic is explained  in very easy language with colored diagrams. Typical topics are divided into parts so that student can understand  these topics step by step. CBSE class 11 Physics notes Chapter 9 is prepared by our experts as per the latest syllabus and exam pattern Class 11 Physics. Derivation of formulas is given in very simple ways after consulting from various books  and expert teachers. Also don’t forget to download CBSE Class 11 Notes of other Subjects like Chemistry, Mathematics Formulas sheets, Biology. Along with Notes, we are also providing Online Quizzes for each Chapters of class 11 Physics and other subjects. Online Quizzes are given topic wise and contains MCQs with timer to attempt the quizzes. After reading the CBSE Class 11 Physics Notes of Chapter 9  students can revise the whole Chapter in Our Online quizzes.

## Syllabus Covered CBSE Class 11 Physics Notes Chapter 9

### Mechanical Properties of Solids

Elastic behaviour, Stress-strain relationship, Hooke’s law, Young’s modulus, bulk modulus, shear modulus of rigidity, Poisson’s ratio; elastic energy……..more than 25 topics and subtopics

##### Mechanical Properties of Solids

Some Terms, Rigid Body, Elasticity, Deforming Force, Perfectly Elastic Body, Plastic Body, Stress, Types of Stress, Strain, Types of Strain, Elastic Limit, Hooke’s Law, Modulus of Elasticity, Types of Modulus of Elasticity, Young Modulus of Elasticity (Y), Important Questions, Bulk Modules of Elasticity, Compressibility, Modulus of Rigidity Or Shearing Modulus of Elasticity (G), Elastic After Effect , Elastic Fatigue, Elastic Potential Energy In A Wire, Stress- Strain Relationship In A Wire, Classification of Materials From Above Graph, Poisson’s Ratio (Σ), Effect of Compression On The Density of Liquid, Applications of Elasticity.

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