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UNIVE,RS [T'Y OF CA'-IC{.]T
(Abstract)
revised syliabi of second year and Final Year theory paper tr - paper VI (Common for
General Physics and Applied Physics) Practical Paper tr and IIi (Common) and Practical Paper - fV
(For applied Physics ) anC optional papers of Apolied Fhysics for 2AO4 admissi6n irnplemented {
orders
B.Sc Physics
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issued.
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GENERAI, AI\D ACADEMXC tsRqNCI{
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SECTION
Dated, Calicut University P.O, 03-08-2005
No.GAVJ2l6t64199
Read:
I'J'
1, 3 and 5
<.rf
the minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies in Physics (UG)
held on 8.09.2004.
2. Item No. 1,2 and 3 of the min:;tes of the meeting of the Physics (UG) held cn23.2.05.
3. Item No. 1 ol'the minutes of the meeting of the Facuity of Science held cn 18.05.2005.
4. Item No. tr (A) of the minutes of the meeting of Acariemic Council held on 18.06.2005.
OR.DER
The Board of Studies in Physics (UG) at its meeting held on 8.9.2004 has resolved to approve
the syllabi of B.Sc Physics main/Applied Physics main ar,d practical papers tr and III as detailed
below:
Paper II Electrodynaics
Appiicable to both
Paper III Mechanics properties of matter, relativity anci
General and Applied Physics
optional Paper I (b) Microprocessor and Micro Computer
systerns
tr (b) Trouble Shocting and N4aintena:lce of AuciioA/ide
Practical Paper II
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Practical paper Itr
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(lorri:nt.rn to Gs;reral
Physii:s
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equiprnenfs
Appliirabie to
Ei Sr: Aoulir:il
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The Board of Studies held an 23.02.2005 has revised and approved the Syllabi of the
following papers of Physics main.
/
Paper IV
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Thermal, Statistical and Solid State Fhysics
Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear and Astro Fhysics.
Paper M- Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear and futro Physics
Paper V
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The above papers are common for Applied Physics aiso with a difference in the order of
papers. For B.Sc ApptieA Physics, these are Paper V, Pa;:er VI and paper VII respectively. The
syllabus of Practical Paper IiI (far both B.Sc Physics and Applied Physics) and Practical Paper fV
(for Applied Physics only) and has also been aprro',red by the Boald of Studies.
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The Faculty of Science at its meeting held
on 18 05.2005 vide item No. I has approved the
minutes of the Board of studies held on 8.g.2a04
and,23.2.2005 for implementation.
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The Academic council at its meeting held on t 8
06.2005 vide item No. trr(A) has approved
the minutes ofthe Facultyrof Science and the minutes
of the various Board of Studies as enclosed by
the Faculty.
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Sanction has therefo
papers of physics main and
2004 admission (copy of the
ting the syllabi of theory and practical
optional papers of Applied Physics for
Orders are issued accorciingly.
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For REGISTRAR
To
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The Principals of the Colleges offering B.Sc physics
(Second year Syllabus
already
been
communicated)
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The Principal, Carmel College, Mala.
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BSc Plrv'sics Main C Arc4 a--Ir,*.'
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Frame of rcfcrcnce
frame of reference' Galilean transformation.
Hypothesis of Galilean invariants. conserv,ation
of
momentum' Non-inertial fi'anlc' Ccrttrilugal lorce.
coriolls force, Rotating tiamc, of relerence, FoucaLrit
pendulum
(Section 2.1 to 2.ll of Mechanics by j
Inertial
C Upadyaya)
( SHrs)
2
Conservation of cner5/
Conservation laws, Coniervative forces,
Energy function, Potential energy Curv.e. Non-conse
n atir,e
forces. Fl +a g.7
(Section Wl,
5.10. 5.1 I of Mechanics by J C Upadhyaya
,
)
16 Hr)
3 Linear and anguhr Nlontcntunr
conservation of linear momemtum. centre
of mass , collision of two particle.
momentum and Torque. Motion under central
force. Areal velocity. Examples
angular momentum .
b.?
( Section 6.1 to 6.3, 6.5 to # of J C Upadhyaya
Rockets, Angular
of conservation ,tf
)
(8 Hrs)
Unit II ( 24 Hrs/ 12 mks)
4 Potentials and Ficlds
central forces' inverse sqLlarc lar'v of forces. Potential energ\,
of a sy.stem oi- niosr.. . Gra'itatio':rl
fields and potentials, E-scapeVelocity. Kepler's laws. x.*on:.
r
J.ir.,ionevsswrrvrr
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Kepler's
s law
ia,,v
( section 7.r to 7.9, 7.r3, 7.1g,7.r-9 of
'urr.t Ntrptsr
JC upadhyayat
( 10 Hrs)
of
mass frame, Kinematics of elastic scatlering in
( in C M Frame only)
chanics by Takwala & puranik)
(6Hrs)
ul:rtion
Lagrange's equation, General expression
. cyclic coordinates.
Atwood,s Machine
anics by Takwala &
Unit
III
Hamirtonian
puranik)
for
of
Kinetic
a s),stenr,
( g Hrs)
( 12 Hrs/ 6mks)
chanics by Takwala &
puranik)
(l2Hrs)
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8
Properties
of
matter
Torsion Pendulum, Bending of Beams .. Bcr:ciing
end, Beam supported at the ends and loilricd ,u
of elements of properties of
matter by D S Maihur)
(8 Hrs)
Unit V ( 24 Hrs/ 15 mks )
9 Harmonic oscillator
Harmonic oscillator . Iincrgr ot- I{ai.iloiiic ..
Anharmonic Oscillator, Cornposition ol. i\\.0
ht line, Compositions of tr,,,o rectangular S li -
.
Upadhyaya )
( l0Hrs)
power Dissipation,
euality factor. Examples of:
tor,
Driven LCR Circuits.
(6 Hrs)
11
tYave motion
Energ-v- densit-,- fbl. a plane progir:.,:i c gS, Illodes of transverse vrbrations in strrn-ls.
velocity and Group velocity.
(8 Hrs)
B- k- [-" /xha
6
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C' U edftr
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LINIVER.SITY OF CALICUT'
(2004 admission onwards)
outof24experimentsatleast20exptsshouldbedonechoosingaminimumofl0fromeachunit.
Umflt
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s and transistors
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verification of tnrth table'
c gates
5. FET characteristics
amPlifier-
6.
7.
curve
of negative
g. consr.uction orm-irtiry oscillator- measurement of frequency by a\o_
^
of frequencv u{ a\9
oscillator
-.measurement
vv^rlr']
orcoioti,s
^
9. constnrction
frequencY bY A$9
10.
11.
12.
,
*ti'*t*ent
of frequencY bY CRO
amPlifier
Learning
_ use c language to write and execute the fo[owing expts.
r*r.rrt the prolams fomr part of the lab work'
unit
il
"rr-d
1.
2.
lis
-
c
language to write
various values x using series expansion'
descending order' The unsorted' sorted
ffiilTiill
Irso' find the Product'
0. Allow the PossibilitY
ac <=0
entum o
rotation
form.
aoi horizantar range of a projectile'
g. A program to calculate the manimum heighg time.gf fright
different
Also aftabulate the vertical height for
Input th. irrdi;;;"ity *a *grrliproFoion.
or oscillatory ?
is over damped, critically damped
d wave'
the suPerPosition of two waves'
b) BinarY to Decimal'
asan et.
Al
(S Chand
& Co)
& Co)
.)
a
ra
a
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UNMER.SITY OF CALICUT
ee
onwards)
E Sc PEilf,SICS lvtrain Syllabus (2}O4Admission
PI{YSICS
STATE
soLID
w TI{ER,},IAL,irnnsucAL &
rup".
Unit I
(26 hrs
-
14 marks)
Processes
done in
2.
-
relation
isothermal
process
and irreversible
specific heat and latent heat ieversible
Iiothermal and adiabatic elastic
Second law of thermodYn
Classius statements - their equi
and its efficiencY - its reversibi
scale of temPerature - Fixing
IJnit tr
ProbabilitY and disorder-N
4.
'
thermodYnamics-temPerature
cYcle'
ThermodYnamic functions
-
function- Morwell's th
aPPlications-variation of
actual gas'
Unit
III
(26 hrs
law to
- Applicatio" :{ First
processes'
- 12 marks)
5.
Statistics-mean deviation-co
demerits of mean deviation'
standard deviation- its
ComPutation in the case of
-
R'elati
square deviation
calculating variance
distribution-ProbabilitY curv
-b
a
!
a
.
6. Statistical Mechanics
Statistical distributions - three type, Ma:rwell - tsoltzmann statistics,
Molecular energies in an ideal 88s, energy distribution and speed
distribution-uut*gt energy, rms Speed, Quantum statistics, fermions and
Dirac distribution, function, black body
jeans formulae ultraviolet Catasrophe, Planck's
radiation, Rayleigh
radation formutae from photon distribution function, Wien's displacement
law and Stepher - Eoltzmann's law, Specific heat of Solids, free electrons in
a metal, electron distribution, dyrng stars, White dwad neuton stars and
black holes
(Sectioms 9.11 to 9.10 of Comcept o['Modenun physf,cs IE y '{uthnnn lBeisen)
bosons, Bose
Unit nV
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Einstein ana Cermi
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(18 hrs 12 NXarks)
7. Solid State Fhysics
stru9tur.e
Crystal Fhysics - I-attice point and Space lattice - tsasis and crystal
Unit
parameterslattice
and
Unit cells
- IJnit celis and lattice parameters -systems
- Crystal Symmety, the twenty
cells verses Primitive c.ilt - Crystal
-a
cubical crystal-Rotation a,xis, inversion
three symmery elements in
elements-Bravais space lattices-Metallic Crystal sfructuretytn*tt
Directions, Flanes and Miller Indices
Pt1l&t)
(Sectiom O.i to 4.E,4.trtr to 4.15 & 4.18 rf solid state physflcs by. S.O.
y
crystal
X-Ray Diffraction-Braggs Law-Braggs X-Ray Spectrometer-Rotating
Method
ications
ity
S.S
e
S.lO of solf,d slate physics hy S'() P!ffiai)
Text Booh llon studY
1.
Heat and Ttermodynamics by D.S. Mathur
2. Modem PhYsics bY Arther Beiser
3. Solid State PhYsics S.O. Pillai
4. Statistics by R.S.N. Pillai and v.Bagavathi s.chand & co.Ltd'
Book for Reference
1.
tleat and Therrrodynamics Brijal and Subramanian
of
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICI./T
B Sc Ptr{YSICS MAIN SYLLABUS (2004 ADMISSION ONWARDS)
PAPER. V- OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY
IJNIIT Ii(2O
IHIIRS
/
XO
MARKS)
l)
Fenmat's pnimciple amd flts opplicatiom
at the interface between isofiopic
Law of reflection from Fermat's principle. Refraction of rays
ray path in an inhomogeneous
and
and anisofiopic medium (optic axis nonnal to the surface)
I
medium. (Section 2.lto2.4of
OpticsbyAjoyGhatak)
')#J,;::Tr',fl:
refraction
and
ion,
appricatigr,_
1O'3
&
1O'4
o{ Huygens' grinclqre to the studv of
of Optics by Ajoy Ghatak)
inner's expt., superposition of two sinusoidal
Ghatak)
t
coherence, interference
I
l's two rnirror
t
change on reflection. (Section
l2.l to
12'12
of light waves'
the
arrangement, Fresnel biprism'
fringes, the Lloyd's mirror arrangements,
of Optics by Ajoy Ghatak)
phase
oPtics bY Mathur)
6) Fraunhofer Diffnaction
iieliminarier, ,irgi" slit diffraction pattern,
h[-;li1#";ffi1ffiil*-"h'Jnr;JifiT];:fr
Section 16.1 to 16.7 of Optics by Ajoy Ghatak)
7) Fresnel Diffraction
Preliminaries, Fresnel half period zones
- explanation
at a straight edge' (Section 7'1 to 17 '4
trcr'llar disc'
a circular aperture, diffraciion at an opaque
pl"t", diffr."tlon
SubrahamanYam)
ar
9) SPectroscoPY
Iet Spectroscopy, (Section 5'1 to 5'3 of optics an{
naytiigli t""ti"tiog (section 11'4 of optics
-g -
and
t
a
a
a
.f
I
1
a
i
I
a
10) Molecunlar Spectra
Introduction, Theory of the origin of pure rotational spectrum of a molecule, theory of the origin
of vibration-rotation spectrum of a molecule. Electronic spectra of a molecule (section 19.6 to
19.9 of Modem Fhysics, gh edition by R. Murugeshan.
11) IRamnam trf'fiect
Experimental study, Quanturn theory of Rarnan effect, Raman effect ind fluorescence,
applications of R.ainan-effect (sections 19.11 to 19.14 of Modern Fhysics, th edition by R.
Murugeshan)
UNIIT nV
(116
hrs /
I
mnarks)
12) Qnnamtum optics
t
of laser operation - Einstein's coefficients - population inversion - Threshold
condition - the line shape frrnction optical resonators (basic ideas only) - Coherence Directionality - Ruby laser, He-Ne laser, CO2 l-aser, Nd-YAG laser, semi conductor laser
(working principles only). (Section23.l to 23.6 of Optics by Ajoy Ghatak, sections 9.2to 9.8
Easic principles
t
I
Lasers-Theory and applications in material processing laser tracking, Lidar, lasers in medicine,
length measllrement, velocity rneasurements. (Sections 14.1 to 14.7 of Laser-Teory and
application by Thyagarajan and Ghatak). Maser, the ammonia gas nuser (basic ideas only),
section 12.6 to 12.7 ol optics and spectroscopy, 3d edition by R.. Murugeshan)
13)
Holography
Holography theory (recovery and reconstruction) Hologram, Applications of
holography, (Sections 18.1 to 18.4 of Optics by Ajoy Ghatak, Optics by Kakani & Bhandari.)
Principles
of
UNIT V (n0 hrs/ 5 man[<s)
14) Fhotomics
Optical detection principles, Absorption, Quantum efficiency, R.esponsivity, p-n photodiodes,
Avalanche photodiodes, Fhoto ftansistors, Photoconductive detectors (sections 8.3 to 8'6, 8.8.1,
8.11, 8.12 of Optical fiber communications by John Senior)
I
I
15) IFihen Optics
Optical fiber, numerical apeture, step index fiber, pulse dispersion, graded index fiber, single
.od. frb.rr, fiber optic communication system, fiber optic sensors. (Section 24.1 to 24.7 & 24.9
to 24.11 of Optics by AjoY Ghatak)
Text Books for StudY
C
I
Optics by Ajoy Ghatak
Optics by Mathur
Optics by Brijlal & Subrahamanyam
Lasers- theory and application by Thyagarajan and Ghatak.
Optics and spectroscopy by R. Murugeshan
Modem physics by R Murugeshan
Optical fibi..o*-*ications by John M. Senior. (2nd Edn, Frentice-Hall India)
Eooks'flon Relleremce
r
Optics by Jenkins and White
Spectroscopy by Born and Wolf
Modem Physics bY G.B. Rajam
Optics by kakani and Bhandari
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{JN]MER.S[1IY O]F'C
(2004
{Jmit
,
admnissf,om omwands)
[ (24 hns / n4 man[<s)
l. Fanticle pnopenties of wavps
Black body radiation. IJltraviolet catrophe, Fhotoelectric effect. Nature of light, wave particle duality.
Compton effect and its demonstration ; part production.
(Section 2.2 to 2.4,2.7 and,2.8 of Modern Fhysics by Amhur tseiser)
'
2. Wave pnopentfles of panticles
'
,
'1
'
de Broglie waves, waves of probability, phase and gropu velocity. Farticle diffraction, Davison Genner
experiment, electron microscope, tmcertainty principle, applyrng the uncertainty principoe, energy tirne
uncertainty.
(Sections 3.1 to 35. and 3.7 to 3.9 of Modern Fhysics by Authur tseiser)
3..Atomic stnuctune
The Bohr atom, energy levels and spectra, correspondence principle, nuclear motion, atomic excitation,
Frank and Hertz experiment.
(Sections 4.4 to 4.8 of Modern Fhysics by Arthur tseiser)
'
.
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'-
UNIIT [[ (22 hns/]12 noanks)
4. Wave rmechamics
Classical mechanics as an approximation. Schrodinger's equation. Time dependent form, expectation values,
schrodingers equation. Time independent form, quantisation, eigen values and eigen functions. Particle in a
box, potential barrier and tunnel effect. Scanning funneling rnicroscope, harmonic oscillator wave
functions - energy levels, zero point energy.
(Section 5.1, 5.3 to 5.9 of Modern Fhysics by Arthur Eeiser)
-
5.
,
'
'
HydroEem atom
Schrodinger equation for hydrogen atom - separation of variables. Equation for
Q quantum numbers.
Electron probability density, radioactive transition, Selection nrles. Zee man effect, magnetic moment, Bohr
magneton, stark effect.
(Section 6.1 to 6.10 of Modem Physics by Arthur tseiser)
&
6. Atomic Nucleus
Nuclear composition, properties of nucleus, stable nuclei - Binding energy, Liquid drop model, shell model.
Meson theory of nuclear forces.
(Section 1 1.1 to I 1.7 of Modern Physics by Arthur Eeiser)
7. Nuclean
Trannsllormnatfloms
Radioactive decay - half life, radio active series, alpha decay, beta decay and gama decay. Cross sections,
nuclear reactions, fission, nuclear reactors, radiation hazards, a nuclear world, nuclear fusion in stars, fusion
' -
reactors.
(sections
l2.l to 12.12 of Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser)
UNIT IV (24 hours /
8. Panticle
,
'
t
13 marks)
acceXenatons
The linear accelerators
-
'-
cyclotron and its limitations
-
betatron
Murugeshan)
/o
- synchrotron - (Modern
Physics by R.
I
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t
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I'3
i
a
l
e
i
a
D
t
t'
j'
;
J
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a
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chamber,
description of ionization chamber, proportional counter, G.M. counter, bubble
from this section')
scintillation counter, cloud chamber, (No essay type uestions shall be asked
(Modern Physics bY R.. Murugeshan)
Detectors
- brief
r0.
I
L--
pion, heavy mesons and hyperons,
Discovery of cosmic rays ; hard and soft components, discovery of muon,
mass and life time determinatiron for muon and pion.
conservation ofstrangeness in particle
Resonant Farticles ; discovery and important properties. Strangeness,
quasars, black holes, Schwarz
interactions, quark hypothesis, photons and gpvity, gravitational red shift,
child radius.
(s..ti"n, l3.2to 13.6 of Modern Fhysics by Authur Beiser an Modem Fhysics by R.. Murugeshan)
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1. ,Astro ]Physflcs
stellar distance and absolute
Basic Asffo physics, celestial coordinates, apparent luminescence of stars,
luminosities.
galaxies by K.I Abhayankar published
(Section 2.1to2.6,3.1 to 3.3 and 4.1 to 4.5 of Astro physics stars and
by universal press)
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Eooks for Study
:
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I
1.
Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser'
2.
Modem PhYsics bY R..Murugeshan
Astro Physics, stars and galaxies by K.I. Abhayakar
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