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THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS) MADURAI – 9

Re-Accredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS


BACHELOR OF PHYSICS


COURSE STRUCTURE

(w.e.f. 2011 – 2014 batch onwards)


Semester – I



Code

Subject

Contact hrs. / week

Credits

Total no.

of hrs.

allotted

Max Marks CA

Max Marks SE

Total

P111

Tamil / Other Language

6

3

90

25

75

100

P211

English

6

3

90

25

75

100

MP11

Properties of Matter

5

4

5

25

75

100

MP12

Heat and Thermodynamics

5

4

5

25

75

100

MPL21

Practicals – I

2

-

2

40

60

100

ESP 11

Medical Physics – I / Practical Electric Circuits –I

2

2

2

15

35

50

SE 2

Bio-Physics – I (Practicals)

2

2

2










ES

Environmental Studies

2

2

2

15

35

50




Total

30

20















Semester – II


Code

Subject

Contact hrs. / week

Credits

Total no. of hrs. alotted

Max Marks CA

Max Marks SE

Total

P111

Tamil / Other Language

6

3

90

25

75

100

P211

English

6

3

90

25

75

100

MP21

Mechanics

5

4

5

25

75

100

MP22

Optics

5

4

5

25

75

100

MPL21

Practicals – I

2

3

2

40

60

100

ESP21

Medical Physics – II / Practical Electric Circuits –II

2

2

2

15

35

50

SE4

Bio-Physics – II (Practicals)

2

2

2










VE

Value Education

2

2

2

15

35

50




Total

30

23














Semester – III


Code

Subject

Contact hrs. / week

Credits

Total no. of hrs. alotted

Max Marks CA

Max Marks SE

Total

P111

Tamil / Other Language

6

3

90

25

75

100

P211

English

6

3

90

25

75

100

MP31

Programming in C

4

4

4

25

75

100

MPL41

Practicals – II

2

-

2

40

60

100

AP31(C)

Allied Chemistry - I

4

3



25

75

100

APL31(C)

Allied Practicals – I

2

2



40

60

100

EMP31

Modern Optics / Material Science and Applied Physics

4

4

4

25

75

100

NME I

ENP31

ULTRASONIC NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING

2

2

2

15

35

50




Total

30

21















Semester – IV

Code

Subject

Contact hrs. / week

Credits

Total no. of hrs. alotted

Max Marks CA

Max Marks SE

Total

P111

Tamil / Other Language

6

3

90

25

75

100

P211

English

6

3

90

25

75

100

MP41

Electricity and Magnetism

4

4

4

25

75

100

MPL41

Practicals – II

2

3

2

40

60

100

AP41(C)

Allied Chemistry - II

4

3



25

75

100

APL41(C)

Allied Practicals – I

2

2



40

60

100

EMP41

Non-Conventional Energy Sources

/ Numerical Methods

4

4

4

25

75

100

ENMP41

ULTRASONIC NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING-II

2

2

2

15

35

50




Total

30

24














Semester – V

Code

Subject

Contact hrs. / week

Credits

Total no. of hrs. alotted

Max Marks CA

Max Marks SE

Total

MP51

Elementary Solid State Physics

5

4

6

25

75

100

MP52

Analog Electronics

5

4

6

25

75

100

MP53

Modern Physics

5

4

6

25

75

100

MPL61

Practicals – III

2

-

3

40

60

100

MPL62

Practicals – IV

2

-

3

40

60

100

AP51(M)

Allied Mathematics – I

6

5



25

75

100

EMP51

Experimental Design/Optical Fibers and Communication Systems

3

3

4

25

75

100

ESP51

Environmental

Physics – I / Mathematical Physics

2

2

2

15

35

50

Self Study

VISUAL ASTRONOMY























Total

30

22













Semester – VI

Code

Subject

Contact hrs. / week

Credits

Total no. of hrs. allotted

Max Marks CA

Max Marks SE

Total

MP61

Molecular Spectroscopy

5

4

6

25

75

100

MP62

Industrial Physics and Instrumentation

5

4

6

25

75

100

MP63

Digital Principles & Applications

5

4

6

25

75

100

MPL61

Practicals – III

2

3

3

40

60

100

MPL62

Practicals – IV

2

3

3

40

60

100

AP61(M)

Allied

Mathematics – II

6

5



25

75

100

EMP61

Applied Electronics / Introduction to Nanoscience

3

4

4

25

75

100

ESP61

Quantum Mechanics / Environmental Physics - II


2

2

2

15

35

50




Part V




1
















Total

30

30
















  1. Consolidation of Contact Hours and Credits : UG

Semester

Contact Hour / Week

Credits

I

30

20

II

30

23

III

30

21

IV

30

24

V

30

22

VI

30

29

Part V




01

Total

180

140




  1. Curriculum Credits : Partwise

PART

PAPER

CREDITS

I

TAMIL

12

II

ENGLISH

12


III

CORE

60

ALLIED

20

ELECTIVE

15



IV

NME

04

SE

12

ES

02

VE

02

V

EA

01

TOTAL

140


THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE – AUTONOMOUS, MADURAI – 625 009

(Re Accredited With ‘A’ Grade by NAAC)

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

(From 2011 – 14 batch onwards)

Course

: B.Sc. Physics

Code :

MP11

Semester

: I

No. of hrs. allotted :

5

Paper

: Core

No. of credits :

4

PROPERTIES OF MATTER

Course Objectives :

  • To interpret the concepts of elasticity, viscosity, surface tension and gravity.

  • To discuss the measurement of parameters of respective physical properties through theory and experiments.

  • To appreciate the importance of properties of matter in other sciences including engineering and space applications.

UNIT I ELASTICITY (15 Hours)

Introduction-different moduli of elasticity-relation between angle of shear and linear strain-relation between volume strain and linear strain-behaviour of a wire under progressive tension-relation between the elastic moduli-torsion of a body-determination of rigidity modulus( static torsion method)-work done in twisting a wire-torsional oscillations of a body-bending of beams-expression for bending moment depression at the midpoint of a beam loaded at the middle-uniform bending of a beam-measurement of Young’s modulus.

UNIT II VISCOSITY (12 Hours)

Introduction-streamline flow and turbulent flow-Poiseuille’s formula for the flow of liquid through a capillary tube-corrections to Poiseuille’s formula-comparison of viscosities-Ostwald’s viscometer-Poiseuille’s method for determining the coefficient of viscosity of a liquid-terminal velocity and Stoke’s formula-Stoke’s method for the coefficient of viscosity of a viscous medium-variation of viscosity with temperature and pressure-friction and lubrication.

UNIT III SURFACE TENSION (15 Hours)

Introduction-explanation of surface tension on kinetic theory-work done in increasing the area of a surface-work done in blowing a bubble-forms of liquid drops-angle of contact-spreading of one liquid over another-pressure difference across a liquid surface-excess pressure inside a curved liquid surface-Jaegar’s method of determining surface tension-variation of surface tension with temperature-Quinke’s method- vapour pressure over flat and curved surfaces-drop weight method of determining the surface tension of a liquid-experiment to determine the interfacial tension between water and kerosene.

UNIT IV DIFFUSION AND OSMOSIS (10 Hours)

Introduction- Fick’s law of diffusion- experimental determination of coefficient of diffusion- Graham’s law of diffusion of gases-Introduction-experimental determination of osmotic pressure-laws of osmotic pressure-osmosis and vapour pressure of a solution-osmosis and boiling point of a solution- osmosis and freezing point of a solution –determination of molecular weight- determination of percentage of dissociation of an electrolyte.

UNIT V GRAVITATION (8 Hours)

Newton’s law of gravitation- Kepler’s law of planetary motion- determination of G-Boy’s experiment-gravitational field and gravitational potential-gravitational potential and field due to a spherical shell- gravitational potential and field due to a solid sphere-variation of g with latitude- variation of g with altitude- variation of g with depth- the compound pendulum.

TEXTBOOK:

Properties of Matter, R.Murugeshan, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi, 2007.

REFERENCE BOOK:

  1. Elements of Properties of Matter, D.S. Mathur, S.Chand & Co., New Delhi, 2005.

  2. Properties of Matter, Brijlal & Subrahmanyam, S.Chand & Co., New Delhi, 2002

THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE – AUTONOMOUS, MADURAI – 625 009

(Re Accredited With ‘A’ Grade by NAAC)

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

(From 2011 – 14 batch onwards)

Course

: B.Sc. Physics

Code :

MP12

Semester

: I

No. of hrs. allotted :

5

Paper

: Core

No. of credits :

4

HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS

Course Objectives :

  • To explain the behavior of thermal expansion of solids, liquids and gases

  • To throw light on the elementary aspects underlying changes of state

  • To discuss the fundamental laws of thermodynamics, concept of phase transitions in matter and to the elements of statistical thermodynamics

UNIT – I EXPANSION (10 Hours)

Expansion of Solids – Coefficient of Linear Expansion – Relation between α & β – Coefficient of Cubical expansion – Relation between α and √ – Determination of coefficient of Linear expansion: Spherometer method, Optical lever method – Expansion of Liquids – Relation between √r and √a - Determination of coefficient of real expansion of liquid by Dulong and Petit’s method – Anomalous expansion of water - Expansion of Gases – Determination of the Pressure coefficients of a gas – Determination of the volume coefficient of a gas.

UNIT – II CHANGE OF STATE (12 Hours)

Change of state – Latent heat of Fusion – Laws of Fusion – Determination of Latent heat of Fusion of ice – Vapourisation and Condensation – Latent heat of Vapourisation – Determination of Latent heat of steam – Cooling effect due to Vapourisation – Ammonia ice plant – Solid carbon dioxide – Gas and vapour - Saturated and un Saturated Vapours - Vapour pressure of liquids – Triple point - Gibbs Phase rule

UNIT – III ZEROTH AND FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS (8 Hours)

Thermodynamic system – Zeroth law of thermodynamics – Concept of heat – Heat – A path function – work – a path function – comparison of heat and work – First law of thermodynamics – Applications – Isothermal, Adiabatic, Isochoric, Isobaric process – Gas equation during adiabatic process – Slopes of adiabatic and isothermals – Reversible and Irreversible process.

UNIT – IV SECOND AND THIRD LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS (15 Hours)

Second law of thermodynamics – Carnot’s reversible engine – Carnot’s Theorem – Entropy and second law of thermodynamics – Change in entropy in a reversible process – Third law of thermodynamics – Temperature – entropy diagram – entropy of a perfect gas – zero point energy – Maxwell’s thermo dynamical relations – Helmholtz function – thermo dynamic potentials - enthalpy – CP, CV and µ - Maxwell’s equations – Joule Kelvin coefficient – First order Phase transition.

UNIT – V STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS (15 Hours)

Statistical Mechanics – Statistical equilibrium – Probability theorems in statistical thermodynamics – Maxwell - Boltzmann distribution law – Maxwell - Boltzmann distribution law in terms of temperature – Quantum Statistics – Phase space – Fermi - Dirac distribution law – Electron gas – Bose - Einstein distribution law Photon gas – Comparison of three statistics.

TEXT BOOK:

BRIJLAL & SUBRHAMANYAM, : Heat and Thermodynamics, S.Chand & Co., New Delhi, 2006 (ISBN: 81-219-0417-X).

REFERENCE BOOK:

  1. P.K.NAG: Basic and applied Thermodynamics, Tata McGraw – Hill company Ltd., New Delhi, 2005.

  2. M.W. Zemansky, Heat and Thermodynamics (7th ed.), McGraw-Hill, New York, 1996.

THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE – AUTONOMOUS, MADURAI – 625 009

(Re Accredited With ‘A’ Grade by NAAC)

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

(From 2011 – 14 batch onwards)


Course

: B.Sc. Physics

Code :

ESP11(M)

Semester

: I

No. of hrs. allotted :

2

Paper

: Skill Based Elective

No. of credits :

2


MEDICAL PHYSICS – I

Course Objectives:

  • To introduce to the students the various medical equipments and the physics behind, their working.

  • To provide a basic idea about X-Rays and the hazards of radiation on human health.

  • To help the students appreciate the physical processes involved in the working of the equipments.
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