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hrs Total : ctical First Year
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Ex.=rn.4.3.Iii"{l
J.q*"9:E:-.-Fhvsics Main
(to ue effective from'1996 admissiL-lnr-a cnv'errds)
The I--l Sc. Physics (iuai-n) ccu::se sh::11- L--e spread over a period
of three years. There sha1l be s1;r'Ll:eory p.ipers of I hours duration
and three practical examina.tion r-rf J hrs,ittration. Ti:e hor:rs of
teaching per vreek sha1I be as under.
First Year
:
Second Year
:
Third Year
:
ctical
Prac,ticel
Practical
Theory 2 hrs
Theory I hrs
Theory l7hrs
The Scheme of examination
gi-ven bel-cw:
Ei-rst Year
Paper I - Mathematical
Pra
and
d
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2
e
Total : 4 hr.s.
Total : 5 hrs.
Total : 25 hrs.
hrs
hrs
l:rs
istribu'Lion of marks shall- be
and GeneraL
Phvsics I irrs.
as
70 llarks
Second 'r'ear:
-Jhrs
Paper II - Electrodynamics and clrcuit theory
Third
Year
Paper III - Mechanics and Thermal Ptrysrcs
Paper IV
Pa-per V
Paper VI
Optive_and Spectroscopy
Modqrn PhygiqF
.Adva?rced
Sciertc
Electrrcnics
&
Coiirputer
e
j hrs.
J hrs
J hrs
- J hrs
70 i{.arks
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7o I4arks
70 Marks
70 l,{arks
70 l{arL.s
Practicals:
Paper I
- Mechanics, Properties cf Matter
Paper If
.Heat & Sound and Ootics
Lab record for Paper I
-J
Electricity
-Jhrs
& Magnetism
Lab record for.PaPer
Paper IiI
II
Electrorics
Lab Record
hrs
-Jhrs
for
PaPer
Total
IIi
50 Marks
1)
Ivlarks
5O Marks
10 Marks
50 Marks
'10 l,iarks
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R"errd:- '1 . l:,Iinutes of the rneeting of the Boartl of studies in
Physics (uc) nera on 1.6.196
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1'lre Board of Studies in Physics (U:,1 ;,,t its rireeting held
7.5., !6 has resolved to revise the B.Sc. Plryslcs pjain irnd
j..iry
on
Subsid
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The Board ef str-rd,ies at its seeond meetin;j held on zz.T.t96,
o;,,proved the.scheu:e, and r year B.Sc. physics tttlin and s,_rbsicliary'
sylIa
bus
since the cl.rsses for the r year degree i996 adrnission have
alr.eady been st,erted end in .'riew-.,i uigenEy, the-Vice_Chancel1or,
exercising the powers of the Academic counlit has approve,i the
revised scheme and syllabus of- B.Sc. Physics
aird subsidi,hry
( r ]'ea" oiLly) ils recommended b-'r the goird -ortutein
stroi"r.
Sanction is therefore accordeC by tlie Vice-Chancel1or fcr tl:e
implementation o.f the revised -cchcuie and sylJ-abus of g.Sc.-Fhysics
Main ,rnd Subsidiery (f year only) from 1996 :rclnission onw:rds,
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Theory Paper
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Physics
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Electronics &
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z. u.c, i;i,r/Jl /LrJ11/r;6 c!nteci 't9-9-1996.
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22.-7-95 has f inaLis tr'-l thc cJraf t rr.,vis ed s churne an cl Syllabus cf
B "Sc.Fhlisics (Mairr,:-:rid $ubsicliar-v) .
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U.0. read 2nd abr''vc.
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nf Studies et ..i ts mnut:i.ng ['re]d on 19-3-97 and the faculty r.S,
Science ,n:.h met r,:n 3-7-1c)97.
The Acaciemic Cr,urrc-i.1 a:t :: t.,: meeting helcl ,:n 3i *7-1991
aoprcved the minutes i.,f iJi,erC nf StuCies..-and Facr-r-I ty cf Sciencc
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curl of B. APPlication of AmPer€L
Electros tatj.cs';'
r Lsections 5'1 &' 5'2 of rntro
Griffith.
'ro Grow'th and decay of current j-n LR
'i , resistance by leakage:- drowth of
th6ory of Ba
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through tCR "it"oit'
aetermine t'he P'- of Bc'using a st-anr r
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up Amperes lal,i, Ilaxv.ielis & equaLion and66gnsgic charge. Maxwells eguation
insj-de matter . Boundary condj-tions. Potential formulations of Electrocynamics: ScaIar and Vector potentials= Gauge transformations. Coulomb G
Gauge and Lorent z Guage. Lorentz force 1aw in potential form
14 hrs. 10 l4ark'
*sectoprns 7.2.to 7.4 of Introducticn to Electrodlmamics by David j
criffith
6. Electromagnetic trrlaves.
The wave equatlon: Wave equation in one dimenSion. Slnusoldal waves polarj-satj-on - Boundary condltions - Reflection andtransmission.
--Electromagrr.etic hlaves j-n Non-conducting medj-a :
Monochaomagnetj-c plane wave in vacLlum: EnergY and momenturn of electromagj-netic waves -Propogation through linear media, Reflection and transruissioi
at normal incidenee, Reflection and tranSmission at obligue incidence.
12hrs.9Marks
section g.1 & 8.2 of Introduction to Electrody4amics by David J crifflth.
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1.
Network theoremes
Kircho::f !s laws, Solution c f sirmrltaneous 'quation uqingt
Deperminants. Maxwells loop current methocl - Nocl'rl- analysis with current
sources. source conversion i-dea. constant vcltag.-, source superposition
r,:nriv;itent circuits .
theorem. The-vanints theorem - Thevanin
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transfer theorem.
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Appropriate section from A Text Book of Electricall,TechnoloSy
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Electromacrnetic Phenomena
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Ac_cire}r.ils AC through LrC ntii,LC; LR, Cr.iand l,CR circuits. H,esonance and
and conductor. if operator resonant circuits, Repulsion betwe".,
"'i-,1Circuits - A C bri.clgt,s, ( Anderson and RayU-egh)
I hrs. 6 Marks
Sectj-ons 22.21 22.3t 22.6 Lo 22.27 and f.hapEer 23 (exclude 23.17 and 23.15)
sect^j.on.c 24.-i.-T -at:4-24--1?_ t_f_ the Electr-i rity ancl magnetism by DII Vasudewa.
Application to
AC
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p
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I4[I9-39-f PjtgE
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Potentials and Fj-elds
o:enerqy
.,
Fc'Lential
Generai forces Inverse sguare Iaw forces
Potentr-.a} - trscape vel-ooit')'"
system of rnasses. Gravitational fiefC and
anC
1.
to thin sPherical shell
Gravitational potemtial and field <1u=
lalts
ene::91' -Kaplers laws - KePIers
self
Gravitational
solid'sphere from Ng,rt'ons l-aws - shape of Ga1ax'ies
bY Jc
'secti.ons 7.1 to 7'LOt 7"L3' 7'7e &: 7.L9 of Mechanics
upadhyaya
-r Coordinaties
^^--:i-'^+iaa and Langr3ngl-alI Eorrnulation
2. General.ised
(12 lrrs - 1O mks)
:
Genera-Iised cordinates' DI
644-ration, General expression for
of conserrration - cycle coordinate
;;";;.;"";
J ALwoodrs,
1r--^^Aro rna,chj-D€:-rnrah
,1
*";i;; of a parricre unoqr a force and
bY
I
Eestions 8'2 to 8"7 of Intro<lu ti-cirr-roc]-assi-cal-r"rectranics
:
Takwala and Puranhic'
i
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SPeci aI theory of Relat.ivit-w
3.
eperir'ent ;rvposthesis and Mich'elson ancl Morley
Th' -.; .
Postulatesofspecialtheoryofrelatj-v.i-t.,1-Lorentztransfc,rrn.ation
LengfiL corrtra-ctj-on' T'ime
consequences Rerativity of simur.taneiiy,
velc<ij-ties' ucli-iar-ion of mass
dialation verificat-ions ' Addf i-jon of
.withvelocity,Mass:E;ler(tryr(jlai'i-on-oa]-r;,roductioi-t.iriuc]ei..,r:energDl"
3'1C of l"lechanics bY
sections foom 3'3 tc ? 3'6' 3'8' ond
JC UPadhYaYa.
.]TI',4BM.ALf3ryI#g
i
t6hrs-5marks)
1.
E-}Et-Iglg iE- tr'el'9gy4sH:
rlnergD' funqtiont R
Work,and Heat, Ad-'i-abatj-c wofk, In:-er^n:-.l
of Tl're'r'rnocllznami cs, concept of
lait
of
First
forrm-rlation
Mathematical
Fc''rm of First of themodY'{amics.
Heat. Differentii'I
bY M
Sections 4"1 t'o 4'6 from HeaL & 'ihemodYnamics
' ZemanskY and RM Dittman'
B
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COnEerSien of' wOr].. intu ire-.'. lnc.
- The Steam Engiine.. fnterna-1-- eon
:,;i--'C= ivsi-S.1.. T':Ce
of Kel-vin - Pranckts anct Claus-ius statr': ineni-;
Sections 5"1 to 6"'7 f::ont Hea':- & Ther':aodyne:rnics
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3.
14
3
Stifiti.lig
b'12
l'ia::h
i;fl,=;i*-1-.:.
:',r-
l)j.+'tman
i.L2
Entrophy
hrs - 10 lrarks)
,i
Concept, of 3n'tropy.' Eniroctr of an -i-de;l gas., 1'--s C-:agrram.'
Carnotrs cycle, Entropfl and Rewersibilit:r,,, Entropi' and Irrever-sj.b-:-ii;--Y.
Entropy and N€neguitibrJ.r--m states.. Prj-nc'tpl-e o*' j-ncre.tse'cf El'Lropy,
cf EntrcpY pr:::r::1 :-t.e-- Entl-oplr and Unavaj-Lab.:-c
Engineerinq a.pAltcaij-r.::s
tl
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energ'y, entropy ai-td Disorder,. Ent,:opy anr.' D-:.recticn; lJcsolute rlntrcty.
Entropy flow and rlrtropy P::od.r:cLj-ci=t.
,
liea'l- ancl l'11.3;',ir.-rfllrrltlnl.JS.i:,y ii-.-i.'
Seet:Lcirs 8.1 i:c:q.1-".6rom
zemansky
4.
"nn
on,,
It:.t-tmat'r
I
Critil;_3.: lL,:-1,'-'.r l-.I]. '
Joule keivin
kelwing Effect.
;
effect.
Cr'-i-t--i-ca-1,
ri.quefa"tii-'-,,r,
:
scat-e
Negative t-emperature and Tliird 1aw of
)
c:f' (-;asos b-v -jc:u1<'.
'1
:
'sections 13": ;o r3,3 fi:;cm b''eat- .ar:.,
by M Zemansl<y and FMj D-ittman"
5.
5}rrs .', + I{a,:,t:-
'
lile
r-nlc
iy
i..!.r
, i
irj- c s
lher-rno'J-pllm-i-cs
'
(B hrs * 7
Mari<'s)
producticn cjf ,nanc,ciegree-. tenperat-ure by tliJclear macltre'i--ic
re'duction, Negative kelvin temperatures. The expt , of pound Pur<.:el-l
and Ramsey, Thermocllmarnics of negative temperaturesr anci tf.t:c/ law ofthermodyna.mics
section 1t)"2 Lo L9"6 from Heat &'Thei-rnodynamics l:y
M zcmansxy anctRM Dittman.
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PAPER
IV - CLASSICAL
AND MODEP.N OPTICS
&
SPECTR.OSCOPY
9!rEEIqli:-'i.Tl(ii( fhrs - 2 mks )
Huygens P : inciple ancl ApplJ-car-ions
Huygens thebry, Applieation of Hygens princj-pIe t-'; the ctrr.ty
,
of reflection ancl refraction
Seetions 9.2 & 9.4 from optics by Ajaghat:k
i
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2. Two team interference by division of wavefront (1O hrs - 8m ks)
Inter€ference pattern prodrrced on the surfaee of water,
coherence, fnterference of light waves, The intereference patterns, The
intensity distribution, Fresnelts two mi.cror arranqeRents, Fresnel-s
biprism, Interference with whil-e light, )isplacement of frnges, The
r,loyd'" mdrrpr arangrnent, Phase change on reflection
'
Section 11.1 to 1-l.l2 for optics by ?rjay Gatak
(10 hrS- 8 mks)
3. fnterference b y iv-i-son .of Ampl-ituc'l=
r-I\r
Interferenee by a plane paral-let film rvhen itluminated aby !:-lane
wave, The cosj-ne 1aw, Nonreflecting fitttsi("*pt"=sions for reflected wave anC
refl-ectivlty excluded) irigh -.'rl:1tre rlvi'i:y c'-f ijiin fiLittrdeposition,
reflection by perj-odoc structure, Tnterfercnce by a fi1[nwith two non-paril]<
reflectj-ng surfaces, colours of thin fil-ms., NewEonts rings, The I'Lichel-sone
1.
.d
interferometer..
12,1 to 1-2.IC of optics by AJay Ghatak
( 7 hrs -6nks)
4.
Franhoter Gj-ffraction
prel-imina::ies, Si.:Eie sl-- t c:iff:act-ion patLern, Diffraction by
.circular aperture, Limi+- of resr:l-ution, Two'-slit franhofer diffractj-on
pattern, N-s1it diffie-et--i-cnpatte::f, , The Diffractj.cn Grati-ng.
Sectiolrl 15"1 to 15.'i of Opties by .hjay Ghatak
( 7 hrs - 6 nks)
5. Fresnel diffraction
Preliminari_es, !.resnel half period zones * Explanbtion of
rectilinear propogation of light. oone plate.. Diffracticn at straight edge,
'
diffraction at a circular aperture., Diffract-ion at an opaque circular dise
sect_iorrs 16.1 to t6"4 t, L6.7r 16.3 of Optics by Ajay Ghatak
(8hrs-8mks)
6. Polarisation
trelinriaryexpts-. showing the transverse nature of }ight, plane
polarJ.sed light, polarisation'by reflection, Brewster's law, Brewtters windor
polarisation by rr:fraction, pile of plates, Law of Malus, Double
ref ractlon, Huygens explanatj-on of 'doubl-e refrat:tj-on, Nicol prism, positi-'re
anO negative uniaxial crystais. quartef ano h6-If gAde-pla'"es, production
poiarisec light, Dichorism
and elliptical-Iy
ancl anlysis of plane. cirularly
polarolds
'
from rr.
1O ( polarisation)
chapter
portions
foom
approfriate
Text Eook of '.;+:-cs by Brijlal e N subramainamseer---i-cns
_6_Uoo.aein OPtics
6. Fermdt-rs Princlple ancl
(8 hrs - 5 nks}
its appllcations
Lawsofreflectionandrefractj.onfromFermatSPrinciplemedium'and
iefraction of ray$ at the interference between ancl isotropic
Ray paths in
an anisotroplc medd.um ( Optic axis normal to the surface)
---*:
an unhomogeneous mediuryr The ray equation and its resolutions
.S-ections 2.L Lo 2.4 of Opitj-cs by Ajay Ghatak
( 3 hrs -2 mks)
7. Lasers
Principle of laser - Eisteins coefficj-ents - Population inverstionresonators (
The threshoul-d condj-tion - The line shape function - optica]
(stabilityconditionnotreguired)Generalj.deasofRubyLaser,He-Ne
Laser, co, laserr dye laset, ano semiconductor lasers'
Sections22.LLo22.5ofopticsbyAJayGhatak
(4hrs - 3 nks)
8. Flbre optics
fibreptj}se
The optj-cal fibre - Numerical aperture., step index
dispersion, Graoed inde fibre - Materj-aI dispersion,t sj-ngle mode'
fibres - Fibre optic cbmmunication system- Fibre optic sensolfe '
Sectj.on 23 o'f optics by Ajay Ghatak
(4hrs-2mks)
g. Holography
Principleofholography-Theory(recoveryandreconstitution)
tFicroscopy and
coherence requirements . resoultion, Application(1)
(2) InterferemetrY.
SectionsLT.ttplT.4ofopitj-csbyAJayGhatat. ,
9.o
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SPECTRCSCOPY
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lO.ScatterinToflightrRayleighscatteringrscatteri-ngasadj'pote
radi2tion.RayleighscatteringaS<.functj.onoflr'avelenqth
study,
11. Raman effect - Quantum theory of Ramaneffect. Experimental
constantdevj-atj-..:nspectroscopy,lrppticationsofRamaneffect.
Rotatiobal
L2. Microwave spectroscopy : The rotation of molecules,
nal energly
spectra, Diatomic molr'ecules ' Expression for the rotatio
only) rootational
legeIs of a riqrid cliatomic mol-ecu.Ies (Qualitativeid'ea
of rotational
guantum nrullcer and selection rules - Schematic representation
of spectral lines'
energ[y levdls and allowed transitions intensities
spectrrrm
Effect of isotopic xubstitution. Study of microwave absorptlon
.i-n the determination of abundance of isotopes'
13. fnfra red spectroscopy : The vibrating diatomic molecule Vibratiohal guantum number - Allowed
The sj-mple harmonic osci1lator vibrati-onaI levels, The anharmonic soscillator - Its vibrational
its rotations'
enerqly level diagram. The diatomic vibrating rctation,,
of
vibrational energ)' lewel diagram' Ttre vibrat.ion rotation spectnrm
carbon *gPg;jde.
and mclecular
ResPcctive sections from Fundamentals of Classieal
spectroscoPY bY CN BanweLl.
* ** ** *tk*
* x *'t ** * ** )k*'()t
* J(* **
'-QI-gs.
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(t 6hrs
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effect abd its demosNature of llght - Wave particle rhality. Conlt,Lion
- i
of r';tarl i'6trt--)-5-brrrL
ccr-i.rr
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gravit-y
and
clru
->roductaonrpnotL'rl5
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trationn paJ-r ,rou,r.aiolrprrotons
pgperjl
Mo-DERN--1--r
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. Blacl< troles - Dchwarzch{J d , radj.us e
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BErssER
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(Gt"n5- 4'\o"ks)'
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'-i
and
Phase
- -^
equation
2'
wawes and interpreF-at.j'r"p ' Jhe wave
ect'rr>n
Davissrbn 'Gerr.qrL-E)r'L)Qr-i-Itsrt"-Til
Electrorr--<J-i,-fract--ion
i
------rreLoej:t--tes:
and
rt- y - r2rj n^i pl c of momentum
microscope.Partic1ej.nabox,IIr1rlerF;.rir-rt-y-I2r-l.nr..rDle.t,l!
(t,.''B
Pc6itl.on and energDr and
-i
' -se-,r:t.ion 3.1r 3.4 tp 3.8 from Arthr:'r Beisser'
De
Broqlie
3.
((6trrs-5Marks)
6hrs - 5 Ivlarr{s/
Atomic-9!ruc'8q51
and' spectra
O)Lresprrn4an--e-'-Prin.jp1
''
Atomic
-energy-lr:rrels'
eo=ec.-ed
and
Nuciea.motion - reduced mass
Frank and
of radiations'
excitati.on - by collj.sj-orl' bY absorption
The Bohr s at-olri---
er)e'r<Jf-'lr::'''r<-''l-'+
Hertz exPeriment.
Sec,tions 4.'i &i 4.3 f rom Arthur 'Beisser
4.
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hrs^7mks)
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vs t'Iserts..y
MegharyLgg
Tlave
[ciiiocunser "o!tiot'
classical Mechanios as an approximationr ifcnr
tinne depenclent form ln one and three dj-mensjons'\:"n::tt't:::^:"::::
quantibatj-o . Eisen varues and
Eor.m ::::#;"r";";;:.-.r^=-u"o"r,u..,ranc' tunnel
b?' o'
article in a, o9:o,
eigen funct1o' ;, r:article
83i?t5*a"Ioba:rier
ltT"aot
-,-i
or ? ce^o-LBll
t-t^ttu^'c.r.r-{LLi1t''-::
*\t/nc O': L--LL9- ffor
^e'
- Pro
5ffi-t#5Br'"lri'tr,^o.rm6nic
trinsmission
Hq{
effecf'--
osei,
""'i\"I"tor
!---6^l
runc
wave functions
moment. Bohr maEbeton'
6.
'
Sections 6^1 to 6'10 from Arthur Beisser'
( r.
-r
^ \rs
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Maxwell -
s'
ii
' --' dj.
Statistlcal
")oltsmann
s - energ-y disl''ributj-on
Mopcufar
staListics,
e cne€dI
ai"t.ibuttion
- average erlEriY' '-" "n""1 .;;
-\
"n."a
ouantumstatistj.cs.FermionsllhdBQsons,Bose.E:lasteinand''
Ferrn-i - Dirac dj-strj-butions fundti
ileans formule (statement only ) - u
radj-atj.on formula forom photon d-ri-s
displacement and stefan - Bol-tzmanr
star and black hrolesi
dwarf neutron
:
- - 'sec*jone-9.1 to 9.7 an<I B-1r\ f l'n Arthur Beisser'
1
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composition, Proper-L-Les of nuclcus - ?uclear forces, sping
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Nuclea; size, magnetic moment , E1ec-"r:on - Nuclear interactions. The
Nr.:eLea::
- its ma ; and deeay - conce't of nucLeonisc*-opes and isobars. ThesL
bl1lty of Nucleus - Alpha decay, deta decay, positronemission and electron
capdure. Nuclear sizes and shapes - nuclear radj.i. Binding energry.r- Fission
and fufisj.on, The lj.quid drop mode1, the shell modeh - orj-qin of magic
numbers. compatibj-Iity of ligurd droi-r model and shell model, Ivleson theory
of Nuclear forees - mass and stability of pions. 'sections II.I to fI"8 from .3rrr-:i-lur Bei-ser.
( i-2hrs -9mks)
8. ,Radio Activity.
i N"trr,r-l radioeciivity - AIph--. L-eta and Gamma rays, anadeir properties".
Range of Alptra particles and
Alphia rays - determinati-on Zt e/M'.,,i.l
"hu.rg",
j-ts-experlment+[ measupement, Gej-ger', l.1rrt+:,11 lawr Garnovrts theory oi alpha
i
Beta rays- Determlnatlon of erlm by
decay and its experj.mental verifica:i.{r.
t;
r-s-*experJ-mentr..,Jrucherers expe::irnent, Magfletj-c spectrograph, origln
of Iine and conLlnuou$ spect,tum ,'I,ie,rrtrl no Lnrory of Beta dacy. Gamma Ray
i
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,Spectra - determinatiof of wavelengi:ir - by DLt l4ond Curved crysta1
Neuqron
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radio6ct{ve dis5.ntegracion - hal-f[ti-fe, mean lj-fe and degay
of succedqive disnte:--rrat-.ion and r'.:,ij-cactive e guil ibrlum, radio acG.
ry'
daling, Bl-ologl.cal effdct of Nucl-ear,radiations rj:oia[ion
dosage.
rl
sections from 1i,t ao LL.2i and 11.30 tc :\L.ao from Modern physj-cs
by e Murukesan.
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( 12 hrs - I mks)'
Nuclear Readtlons
thermallzationi
-: Nuel-ear reactions,. eent:io of mass cord
Q value of nuclear reac{1on, Nuctr-ear f
, reactors- different types. Breeder ::e
problems of waste <11sposaI . Nucle--,::
---.Carbon--e1rc1e, I\rsj-on r".gaor" - l4agnetic bottleT ToJr\rrlra\ .-,nd inertj-al confinemdl
I\
Section 13.1 to ff.fO from B::thur Beiser.
I
particl
(
10. Elementary
,14 hrs - 1O mP.s)
ffi
Detectors- Brief flescription
of fr>nisation chamber, I he proportlona1
l-t"
,t
counter, GM Counter, aubffe cha.mber, scjjrtillation Counter, \cfoua chamber,
photogrraphic-errul orre sJmj-conductor de'rf':etor anci spark char,\cer. ( ue-essay*:type
questi-ons s all be;askea
yerssJres
--J5u..+lievvervrr../
section..)
,l i
from thi-fi
rlvrrr
. ._z (any relevent text book expla
. Leptons, Haorons, El_ementary
1- synrnetries and conser:\ration princi;-,I
Bing Bang theory of Universa- r€m[an
. :open or cl_osed ?
:1
See,Lions 1.4.4--t.a iL4.11 from A
Law of
.. constant- 1aw
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i'#-fiEgED EllcjrRoNrc F
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rnl
-.--^'r i6c (r hrs - 5 mks)
C Dc Power suPPlies
and its ef--i ciency' centro-tap
t""6fi"t
Circuit of half w
efficiencyr
Eridge recLifier anq its
wave
zuII
rectifier',
fulL wave
NatureofRectj-fieroutout,Ripplefactor,comparisclnofrectifiers,
Fj-Itercircuits,-varioustypes-capacitorfiltel.chokeinputfirter
sudur!+e:apacitor J-n put fiItser' voJ-tage stabiliser'
capacitorj-nputfi.Itser,voltagestabilisat.ion,Zenerdiode,itsequivalen
I
zener criocl as a vdltage
'
circuit
:ircuit , zenerMehta'
by vK Mehta'
Electronics
or
of
principles
principles
i
the
rrom rhe
9 '21 from
"i;::":ti=-llr*
seerion 9e.7
Seetion
'7 Lo e.2t
(8hrs - 7 mks)
!
transistrUs:
2- transistrUs:
I
transistoo
- action,of a transistor l
and
NPN and PNP type transisto['s
cdnfigurations - thir 'imPut
i
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ificatic)n factors' their
I
analYsis - o
temPerature - 'Load l-ine
se
Biasing - Need for biesingrrr-d'Drrrv
of biasing
or
stabilisat-ion reguirement
Eesistor' v(rrLces
base bias, bias vrith emitter
fcr a givent operatinn
bj-as resistarrce
11 rrr.rm
from
"ttt'.,
'=:'";;;-tt'1
"t"
go 101? ano from 11'1 te-r 11'l-1
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Principles of Electronics by
(15 n:: - 12 mks)
campiifiers
3. Transisror
--r-.
singlestageamplifierclrcuit-e<;r:-ival-entcj-rcuit'lineload
network
po$'er gain - four terminal
and
gain
voltage
line analysis,
transisgsg cas a four
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::":ffi::
and hybrid parameters o' ::::':::":::"::t:
;;'.";,,:
of
:::J::':".::::T::::= ";,*;."respons ;ouprins
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ofsecono staqJe freguesncy
effect
Ioa<ling
of amplifiers tunecl voltase .T:::-::::.:l:::':lu'll"'
Re coupled amplifiers and uses - audio t
*:::j:::::'::=J"
::#:::,"':::::::"::;";;';;'""r,
:"":'l: :*n:'::"'s
study) class A' B an
power amplifiers (+ralitative
and field of app
performance efficiency distortiorj
location of operating
strength of input -sj.gnal anc
slrmmetry of
coupled class a amplifier - compliment and 141 to
13'3
Sections 12'1 to 12'lO .-'md
Hr VK Mehta
Lve by
Principles of Electronics
t AL-^- 3
? mkq\
mks)
(4hrs
circuj-ts
Back
Feed
4.
Basicprj.ncj-ples-negatj-weancposj-tivefeedback.baej-ctypesi
ofnegati.",i.fer:.j.backcircuits-Negativecurrentfeedbacktransistorcirct$
Secticns15.1to15.?ofPrineiplesofEle.ctrcbnicsbl,vKMehta.!
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Eff ec+- of Positi-ve fi
circu
different types of osciflator
fl oa ci
Colpittt s , crystal phas "-5[i
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'the Principles of F--Iectornics
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List of Experiments
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Meehanics, proPe.(ties of mat-terz i-iea'L, ,:ound & optics'
1. compound pendulum - sym-netrj-c- detc:lmination of 'gl. and 'kt
2. Youngts mcclulus - L:.niform bending-c,i)iic lever rhethod.
3. Non uniform udhing - double mirrcr \rethcd'
4. Contitever - y by'pin and mj-croscoPti methoci'
5. Contilever - y by n]eas':'fli-r; 'rr-l' : !'ir-;-'ulii: tenEents'
Static Torsion - Rigidj-iy moclulus - $cale and TeLescope.
6.
Torsion perrclulum- deterrn-inatlon of n'.using tvro identical masses '
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fcnlictt
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Surface terRb€1r'c - Caplilary riser
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Jollyls buib - s'.voP,
10 Latent :.i, - 3rf steeDrn - Bartonrs correcticn"
11. Thermat -onduct:-rrj+-1r * Le*:ls disc method'
12. NewLonts law of cool-ing - emmissi-vity'
13. Metdets string - Deterrn-inarion of n.rncl densl+-y of solj-d and J-iguicr'
14. Liquid lens - Refrectj-ve ir:iex of lj-gu.ict ano. glass.
15. Newtonsr rings - wavelength and refrac:rive iudex of glass'
16. Spectrometer- Dispensi\'e powel: cf Pris:rt"
L7. Spectrometer- Cauchyts corit4ints.
iL8. Spectrometer- f-d Curve.
19. spectrometer-i.1 -i, Crirve and .stoke'.s fcrnn:l-a'
20. spectrometer - gratj-ng-,N*'T{ilaI incidents'
2L. Spectrometer- grati-ng- Minimum deviation',
22. Spectrometer-smad.l angted prism- Normal incidence and emergence.
23. Air-Wedge- diameter of wire.
24. Biprism-Optic bench-wave length of [email protected]
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26.
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Box ancl Searlrs vibratj-on maqnetometer - n & EH.
of f ield with CisL.rnce & Determiriat-ion of
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coil,
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Emitter fcllower - fi-=quency respr:lnse cufve
Tramsostproseii D"C ?'flliil'ifier - Voltage'gain"
Hartley oscil fato:c.- measurement of fre'-:guency"
Colpittts Osr:j-Liator - measurement of freeguency'
phase strift colpits - measul:ement cf freequ ency'
Wj-en t;ri<lcjt: osc-illa--o'J - In'easuilem':ni of frec;uency''
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