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Experimental Physics

Gyan Prakash

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ISBN 10: 9380012535 / ISBN 13: 9789380012537
Published by Studium Press India, 2012
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Contents Foreword; Preface; Measurements; To determine the specific rotation of an optically active substance cane sugar solution by Polarimeter; To find the wavelength of sodium light by Newton?s rings; To determine the moment of inertia of a flywheel; To determine acceleration due to gravity with the help of a bar pendulum; To determine the dispersive power of the material of the prism with the help of a Spectrometer; To determine the speed of ultrasonic waves in kerosene oil by the acoustic grating method; To determine a Resistance per unit length of the wire of the Carry Foster?s bridge b Specific resistance of a given wire; To study the variation of magnetic field along the axis of a current carrying circular coil and estimate the radius of the coil by tangent galvanometer; To determine specific charge em of an electron by Thompson method; To find the frequency of ac mains with the help of a sonometer; To determine the width of a single slit using Fraunh offer diffraction; To determine the temperature coefficients of resistance of platinum by Callender and Griffith?s bridge; To determine the wavelength of light with the help of a diffraction grating; To determine the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor by Lee?s method; To find a low resistance with the help of a potentiometer; To determine the value of acceleration due to gravity g by Kater?s pendulum; To find the diameter of a given wire by the interference in wedge shaped air film; To study the charging and discharging of a given capacitor through a resistance; To find the unknown frequency of oscillations produced by an audio oscillator using simple Lissajous figures; To determine the frequency of an electrically maintained tuning fork using Melde?s method; To find the band gap of a given specimen by four probe method; To find ECE Electro Chemical Equivalent of copper using Helmholtz or Tangent galvanometer; To determine the value of Planck?s constant using photo-electric cell; To determine Hall coefficient carrier concentration mobility and conductivity of charge carriers in a given semiconductor specimen; To find the wavelength of sodium light with the help of a biprism; To verify Stefan?s law using a vacuum tube; To determine the viscosity of a liquid by Poiseuille?s method; To draw the V-I characteristics of a given photo cell; To determine the ballistic constant K using moving coil galvanometer and a known capacitor; To calibrate given ammeter and voltmeter with the help of a potentiometer; To draw p-n junction characteristics with forward and reverse bias; To determine the focal length of a combination of two lenses kept at some distance using nodal slide and verify the formula; To determine the magnetic susceptibility of hydrous ferric chloride FeCl36H2O using Quincke?s tube; To determine the numerical aperture of a given optical fiber; To calculate the propagation loss attenuation in a given optical fiber; To verify the inverse square law with the help of a photo cell; To draw V-I characteristics of a Zener diode with forward and reverse bias; Appendices;This book is written for first year undergraduate engineering and basic science students of various technical universities of India in particular Amity University Gautam Buddha Technical University formerly UP Technical University and Indraprastha University Also this book covers experiments prescribed in BSc courses of different Indian Universities The experiments are written in simple and lucid manner so that students can easily comprehend and perform the experiments with understanding and care The related theory and viva-voce questions with answers given with each experiment make the book useful to the students Introductory information about the laboratory instruments is an added feature of the book 295 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 101669

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Title: Experimental Physics

Publisher: Studium Press India

Publication Date: 2012

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This book is written for first year undergraduate engineering and basic science students of various technical universities of India, in particular Amity University, Gautam Buddha Technical University (formerly UP Technical University) and Indraprastha University. Also, this book covers experiments prescribed in B.Sc. courses of different Indian Universities. The experiments are written in simple and lucid manner so that students can easily comprehend and perform the experiments with understanding and care. The related theory and viva-voce questions with answers, given with each experiment make the book useful to the students. Introductory information about the laboratory instruments is an added feature of the book.

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