Engineering Physics

Syllabus


MODULE-I

  • Interference of Light
  • Principle of Superposition
  • Coherent Sources
  • Interference due to Division of Wavefront - Biprism Experiment
  • Division of Amplitude in thin film - Newton's Ring Experiment
  • Diffraction of Light
  • Fresnel And Fraunoffer Diffraction
  • Diffraction due to Single Slit and N Slit
  • Polarisation
  • Concept Of Polarisation
  • Phenomenon of Double Refraction
  • SuperPosition of Ordinary and Extra-ordinary rays
  • Quarter and Half Wave Plate
  • Optical Activity
  • Fresnel's theory for Optical Rotation
  • Specific Rotation
  • Biquartz Polarimeter

MODULE-II

  • Solid State Physics and Super Conductivity
  • Bands in Solid
  • Bands formation in Solids/li>
  • Fermi Level and Fermi Energy
  • Temperature dependence of Conductivity and Semiconductor
  • Hall Effect
  • Temperature dependence of Resitivity in Super Conducting Materials
  • Meissner Effect : Type 1 and Type 2 Semiconductor
  • Temperature dependence of Critical Field
  • Application of Superconductor
  • NanoScience and Nano Technology
  • Electro Magnetic and Di-Electric
  • Gauss Law in Electrostatics
  • Ampere's Law
  • Faraday's Law
  • Maxwell's Equation (Integral and Diffrential form)
  • Equation of Continuity
  • Inconsistency in Ampere Circuital Law : Displacement Current
  • Propagation of E-M waves in Free Space and in Conducting Medium
  • Pointing Theorem and Pointing Vector
  • Dielectric Behaviour of Materials

MODULE-III

  • Relativistic Mechanics
  • Internal And Non Internal Frames
  • Galilean Transformation
  • Michelson and Morley Experiment
  • Einstein's Postulates
  • Lorentz's Transformation Equation
  • Length Contraction
  • Time Dilation
  • Addition of velocity
  • Variation of Mass with Velocity
  • Wave function and its Normalization
  • Mass Energy Equivalence
  • Mechanics and X-Ray Diffraction
  • Partial Duality
  • >de-Broglie Hypothesis
  • Phase and Group Velocity : Wave Packets
  • >Heisenber's Uncertainity Principle and Applications
  • Schrodinger's Wave Equations
  • Particle in one dimension Potential Box : Braggs Law
  • Cromptons effect


Notes


INTERFERENCE


DIFFRACTION


POLARISATION


RELATIVISTIC PHYSICS


SOLID STATE
PHYSICS


MODULE II


MODULE III