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Department Of Physics

Department of Physics

The Department of Physics is an academic department of the University with its activities focused on teaching and research. Several core and elective courses of Physics are included in the curricula of undergraduate programs of engineering. Department offers two laboratory courses in Physics at undergraduate level with the experiments based on following broad topics:

Optics – Interference, Diffraction and Polarization

Electricity and magnetism – Specific Resistance, Magnetic Field, Dielectric Constant, Magnetic Susceptibility, Hysteresis behavior, Magneto-optic rotation, Magnetostriction etc.

Modern Physics – Plank’s constant, e/m

Lasers – Numerical Aperture, Beam Divergence

Semiconductors – Half Effect, Four Probe Method

Laboratory is well equipped with latest scientific equipment for the experiments on the above topics.

Experiments in B. Tech. Physics Laboratory

  1. To determine the wavelength of sodium light with the help of Newton’s rings.
  2. To determine the wavelength of sodium light by using Fresnel’s Bi-Prism.
  3. To determine the specific rotation of cane sugar solution by using Polari meter.
  4. To determine the dispersive power of material of prism by spectrometer.
  5. To determine the wavelength of different spectral lines by spectrometer with the help of diffraction grating.
  6. To study photo-electric effect and determine the Plank’s constant (h).
  7. To determine the resistance per unit length of bridge wire and specific resistance of material of the given wire using Carey Foster’s bridge.
  8. To study the variation of magnetic field along the axis of Helmholtz galvanometer.
  9. To study the properties of Optical Fiber and determination of numerical aperture, attenuation coefficient etc. (experiment 1-V as per the manual).
  10. To determine the band-gap of a semiconductor by using four probe technique.
  11. To determine susceptibility of paramagnetic liquid by using Qunick’s tube.
  12. To determine e/m (charge mass ration) of electron by using Thompson’s method.
  13. To study Hall Effect and determination of allied coefficients.
  14. To study variation of dielectric constant with temperature.
  15. To determine the wavelength of laser light using diffraction grating.
  16. To study Magnetostriction by using optical technique.
  17. To study V-1 characteristics of different diodes.

The Department of Physics will have qualified faculty members from premier institutions and having rich teaching and research experience. In addition to teaching, department will undertake experimental and theoretical research in front-line areas of Physics as an integral academic activity.

 

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