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B.

SC PART – I SUBSIDIARY

PHYSICS PRACTICAL

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

1. Determine acceleration due to gravity by Kater’s pendulum.


2. Determine Young’s modulus of the material of the beam by method of bending.
3. Determine Elastic constants of the material of a wire by Searle’s method.
4. Determine modulus of rigidity of the material of given wire by Barton’s apparatus.
5. Determine modulus of rigidity of the material of the given wire by Dynamical method.
6. Verify the laws of transverse vibration of a stretched string by Sonometer.
7. Determine the frequency of an electrically maintained tuning fork by Melde’s
experiment.
8. Determine the mechanical equivalent of heat (J) by Joule’s calorimeter.
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B.SC PART – I HONOURS

PHYSICS PRACTICAL

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

1. Determine acceleration due to gravity by Kater’s Pendulum.


2. Determine elastic constants of the material of a wire by Searle’s method.
3. Determine modulus of rigidity of the material of the given wire Barton’s apparatus.
4. Determine modulus of rigidity of the material of the given wire by Dynamical method.
5. Determine Young’s modulus of the material of beam by the method of bending.
6. Determine surface tension of water by capillary rise method.
7. Determine frequency of an electrically maintained Tuning Fork by Melde’s experiment.
8. To verify the laws of transverse vibration of a stretched string by Sonometer.
9. Determine the mechanical equivalent of heat (J) by Joule’s calorimeter.
B.SC PART –II HONOURS

PHYSICS PRACTICAL

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS :

1. Plot the V-I Characteristics of p-n junction diode (Ge and Si).
2. Plot the V-I characteristics of zener diode.
3. Study the series resonance circuit with graph.
4. Study the parallel resonance circuit with graph.
5. Compare the capacitances of two capacitors by De-Sauty ‘s bridge.
6. Draw the characteristics of n-p-n transistor in CE configuration.
7. Setting for parallel rays with the help of spectrometer.
8. Determine the angle of the prism with the help of spectrometer.
9. Determine the angle of minimum deviation through prism with the help of spectrometer.
10. Determine the wavelength of sodium light of newton’s ring.
11. Determine the number of lines per inch in a plane diffraction grating.

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B.SC PART – II SUBSIDIARY

PHYSICS PRACTICAL

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

1. Plot the V-I Characteristics of p-n junction diode (Ge and Si).
2. Plot the V-I characteristics of zener diode.
3. Study the series resonance circuit with graph.
4. Study the parallel resonance circuit with graph.
5. Compare the capacitances of two capacitors by De-Sauty’s bridge.
6. Setting for parallel rays with the help of spectrometer
7. Determine the angle of the prism with the help of spectrometer.
8. Determine the angle of minimum deviation through prism.
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B.SC PART – III HONOURS

PHYSICS PRACTICAL

1. Determine the band gap of a semiconductor Germanium chip using four probe method.

2.Study the maximum power transfer theorem for different internal resistances in case of voltage source
and current source.

3. Determine the value of low capacitance using Schering bridge.

4. Determine the width of single slit by producing diffraction pattern of known wavelength and to
verify it by travelling microscope.

5. Determine the width of double slit by producing diffraction and interference fringes and to compare it
by travelling microscope.

6. Determine the resolving power of plane diffraction grating.

7. To determine the frequency response curve of a R-C low pass filter.

8. Study of frequency response of RC high pass filter.

9.Plot the input and output characteristic of npn transistor in CE configuration.

10.Plot the input and output characteristic of npn transistor in CB configuration.

11.Plot the characteristics of FET.

12.Plot the characteristics of UJT.

13. Obtain the truth table for 2 input logic Gates in positive logic system.

14. Obtain the truth table for 3 input logic Gates in positive logic system.
15. Draw the characteristics of Zener diode and its use as a voltage regulator.

16. Plot the V-I characteristics of phototransistor.

Annexure II- 7.

New Practicals (Additional)

List of experiments :

B.Sc. First Year

1. Setting of Spectrometer

2. Minimum deviation

3. Grating

B.Sc. Second Year

1. Use of Zener diode as Voltage regulator

B.Sc . Third Year

1. Operational Amplifier
Annexure II. 5.

List of Institute willing to offer training to students during


summer/autumn/winter:

Demonstration of science experiments (on mechanics and optics) by our students.

Teacher’s Name – Dr. Kavita Verma, Dr. Surabhi Prasad and Dr. Rohit Singh

Name of College / Institute – IIT Patna, NIT Patna, AKU Patna.

Annexure II. 6.

List of Teachers in the Department of Physics:

Sr. No. Teacher’s Major Area of Specific Area of Specialization


Name
Specialization
1. Dr. Surabhi
Prasad

2. Dr. Aprajita Material science and


Krishna archeology

Material Science
3. Dr. Kavita Nanoscience and
Verma Nanotechnology

4. Dr. Rohit Singh Magnetic Properties of Shape


Memory Alloys / Compounds

5. Dr. Amrita Quantum Optics and Quantum


entanglement (theoretical
Theoretical Physics analysis)

6. Mr. Bhrigu
Nath Prasad Photonic Crystal

Annexure-II. 8.

Equipments
1. Spectrometer-10 nos.

2. Prism-20 nos.

3. Grating- 5nos.

4. Zener Diode- 10nos.

5. Operational Amplifier-10 nos.

Annexure II. 9.

List of Books /journals proposed to be purchased:

1. Handbook of Magnetic materials, K.H.J Buschow(vol 1 to vol17)

2. Photonic crystals- Moulding the Flow of light : J.D.Joannopoulos

3.The handbook of Photonics- Mool.C.Gupta

4.Nonlinear optical crystals-David N. Nikogosyan

5.Quantum Computation and Quantum Information: Michael A. Neilson

6. Introductory Quantum Optics: Christopher Gerry


7. Nonlinear Optics: Robert W.Boyd.

8. Quantum Optics: Scully and Zubairy

9. Pramana – Journal of Physics and Resonance : Published by Indian Academy of sciences.

10.Shape Memory Alloys: Qtsuka and Wayman.

11. Nanoscience: K.L.Chopra

12.Magnetic Materials: B.D.Cullity.

13. X-ray diffraction:B.D.Cullity.

14. Condensed Matter Physics: Landolt-Bornstein Series (A,B,C)