Allied Physics Paper- I And II

Allied Physics Paper- I And II

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Publisher SChand Publications All Physics books by SChand Publications
ISBN 9788121924443
Author: R. Murugeshan
Number of Pages 273
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Allied Physics Paper- I And II by R. Murugeshan
Book Summary:

This book is written to meet the requirements of B.Sc., Allied Physics, students of Madras University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The subject matter in this book has been astutely developed keeping in view the actual difficulties faced by the students who hail mostly from rural areas of Tamil Nadu. The book strictly adheres to the range permitted by the syllabus and Question Papers of Madras University. SI system of units has been used throughout the text. Great care has been taken in dealing with the subject with modern outlook. A large number of questions and problems have been given at the end of each chapter.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for physics students.
Table of Contents:

Physics Paper-I

1. Waves & Osciiiations

2. Properties Of Matters

3. Thermal Physics

4. Electricity And Magnetism

5. Geometrical Optics

Physics Paper-II

1. Physical Optics

2. Atomic Physics

3. Nuclear Physics

4. Elements Of Relativity And Uantum Mechanics

5. Electronics

Practical Physics

1.Young'S Modulus By Non-Uniform Bending

2. Young'S Modulus (E) Non-Uniform Bending

3. Rigidity Modulus (Static Torsion Method)

4.Rigidity Modulus By Tosicenal Oscillations

5. Surface Tension And Interfacial Surface Tension Drop Weight Method

6. Comparision Of Viscosities Of Two Liquids—Burette Method

7. Specific Heat Capacity Of A Liquid

8. Sonometer— Frequency Of A.C. Mains

9.etermination Of Radius Of Curvature

10. Air Wedge — Thickness Of A Wire

11. Spectrometer-Diffraction On Gravity- Wevelength Of Hg Lines

12. Potentiometer-Voltmeter Calibration

13. Post Office Box-Measure Of Resistance And Specific Resistance

14. Ballistic Galvanometer Figure Of Merit

15. Logic Gates And, Or, Not

16. Zener Diode Characteristics

17. Nand Gate As A Universal Gate