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Name of Department: PHYSICS

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Name of Lab

Details of experimental
         Set up

No. of equipments

Experimental Details

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Physics  I Lab
 

(i) Searle’s apparatus (ii) four thermometers( two reading 1/2˚ C and the other two 1/10˚ C) (iii) stop watch (iv) Beaker (v) slide callipers (vi) a meter scale .(vi) arrangement of circulation of water and production of steam.

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Determination of thermal conductivity of a good conductor by Searle’s method.

2

(i)Lee’s apparatus (ii)steam generator (iii)two thermometers (iv)slide callipers (v)screw gauge (vi)bad conductor disc(ebonite disc)

1

Determination of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor by Lee’s method.

3

(i) Fresnel’s biprism (ii) Source of monochromatic light (Na vapour lamp) (iii) A slit (iv) a micrometer (v) A convex lens (v) an optical bench with four stands.

1

Determination of wavelength of light by Fresnel’s biprism method.

4

(i) Carey Foster’s bridge (ii) two equal one ohm resistances (iii) Power supply (iv) unknown resistance (v) Table galvanometer (vi) Resistance box (vii) plug commutator.

1

Determination of unknown resistance by Carry Foster’s method

 

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(i)Beam (ii) slide callipers (iii) meter scale (iv) travelling microscope (v) spirit level.

 

 

 

1

 

 

Determination of Young’s modulus and bending moment of a beam by flexure’s method.

6

(i) Barton’s apparatus (ii) slide callipers (iii) meter scale (iv) screw gauge (v) weights

1

Determination of rigidity modulus of the material of a wire by static method.

7

(i) manometer (ii) measuring cylinder (iii) stop watch
(iv) water source (tap)   (v) pipes.

 

1

Determination of coefficient of viscosity of water by Poiseulli’s method.

8

(i) White light source (ii) spectrometer (iii) spirit level     (iv) prism

1

Determination of dispersive power of a prism.

9

(i) Optical bench (ii) Laser source (iii) Diffraction grating (iv) Spirit level.

1

Determination of wavelength of laser source by diffraction method.

10

(i) Sodium vapour lamp (ii) Newton’s ring apparatus
(Plano convex lens placed on a glass plate, another glass plate making an angle 45˚ with the source).

1

Determination of wavelength of sodium light by Newton’s ring method.

11

(i) Fiber optic analog transmission kit (ii)  one one meter PMMA cord (iii) one five meter PMMA cord  (iv) inline SMA adaptor

 

1

Determination of numerical aperture and energy losses related to optical fiber.

1

Physics II lab

(i) Dielectric constant kit (ii) Dielectric material ply (iii) Dielectric material glass. (iv) Gold plated discs.

 

1

Determination of dielectric constant of a given material.

2

(i) Ballistic galvanometer(ii) 2 resistance boxes(iii) Tapping Key (iv) Lamp with stand and scale(vi) capacitor (vii) fixed resistance (viii) Commutator

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Determination of resistance of ballistic galvanometer by half deflection method and study of variation of logarithmic decrement with series resistance.

3

(i) Thermocouple kit with copper-constantan thermocouple.
(ii) Emersion heater. (iii) Beaker.

1

Determination of thermoelectric power of a given thermocouple at a certain temperature.

4

(i) Two bar magnets (ii) Cathode ray tube (iii) Magnetic compass (iv) Wooden stand (v) e/m set up

1

Determination of specific charge e/m by J.J. Thomson’s method.

5

-(i) 0-5V DC at 2mA, continuously variable IC regulated and short circuit protected power supply with 1K ten turn potentiometer
for fine voltage control.
(ii) Digital panel meter 20 Volt DC
(iii)Digital panel meter 2000mA DC
(iv) For different colour LED'S (Red, Yellow, Blue, Green)
(v) Mains ON/OFF switch & Fuse.

1

Determination of Planck’s constant by using LED.

6

(i) Cathode ray oscilloscope (ii) Electron spin resonance spectrometer (iii) Helmhotz coil (iv) Radio frequency oscillator (v) Power supply.

1

Determination of Lande’ g factor by using electron spin resonance spectrometer.

7

(i) Stefan’s radiation constant kit(DC voltmeter 0-10 V and DC ammeter 0-1A) (ii) connecting wires (iii) Tungsten filament electric bulb( 6V, 6 watt).

1

Determination of Stefan’s constant.

8

(i) Frank Hertz experiment kit with a tetrode filled with argon vapour. (ii) CRO

1

Verification of Bohr’s orbital theory by using Frank Hertz experiment.

9

(i)spectrometer, (ii) a grating with either 6000 lines/cm,
(iii) a hydrogen discharge lamp and power supply, (iv) a magnifying glass, (v) a small light.

1

Determination of Rydberg constant by using hydrogen/ helium spectrum.

10

(i) Hall probe (ii) Hall Effect set up (Digital milivoltmeter), (iii) Electromagnet (iv) Constant current power supply (v)Digital gauss meter

1

Determination of Hall coefficient of the given semiconductor material.

11

(i) Four probe set up.
(ii) Sample
Germanium crystal in the form of a chip
(iii)Oven
It is a small oven for the variation of temperature of the crystal from the room temperature to about 200°C(iv) Thermometer

1

Determination of band gap of a semi conductor by Four Probe method.

12

(i) Solar cell kit (ii) solar cell(silicon p-n junction) (iii) connecting wires.

1

Determination of maximum power output of a solar cell from the current voltage characteristics.

Lab Equipment of Mechanical Workshop

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Materials Description

Qnty

Name

1

Table- 5'x3'x3'

8

2

Table- 5'x3'x2'6"

8

3

Self Centering Chuck with Back Plate

3

4

Drill Vice

1

5

Lathe Machine

3

6

200 mm Dog Chuck

3

7

1 HP Motor

1

8

1/2" Drill Machine

1

9

1/2 HP Motor

1

10

10" Bench Ginder

1

11

Welding Machine (350 Amp)

1

12

9" Carpentry Vice

8

13

V Block

2

14

12" Brever Protector

2

15

Bench Vice

16

16

9" Carpentry Vice

6

  
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