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ReAccredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS BACHELOR OF PHYSICS COURSE STRUCTURE (w.e.f. 2011 – 2014 batch onwards) Semester – I
Semester – II
Semester – III
Semester – IV
Semester – V
Semester – VI
THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE – AUTONOMOUS, MADURAI – 625 009 (Re Accredited With ‘A’ Grade by NAAC) DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS (From 2011 – 14 batch onwards)
PROPERTIES OF MATTER Course Objectives :
UNIT I ELASTICITY (15 Hours) Introductiondifferent moduli of elasticityrelation between angle of shear and linear strainrelation between volume strain and linear strainbehaviour of a wire under progressive tensionrelation between the elastic modulitorsion of a bodydetermination of rigidity modulus( static torsion method)work done in twisting a wiretorsional oscillations of a bodybending of beamsexpression for bending moment depression at the midpoint of a beam loaded at the middleuniform bending of a beammeasurement of Young’s modulus. UNIT II VISCOSITY (12 Hours) Introductionstreamline flow and turbulent flowPoiseuille’s formula for the flow of liquid through a capillary tubecorrections to Poiseuille’s formulacomparison of viscositiesOstwald’s viscometerPoiseuille’s method for determining the coefficient of viscosity of a liquidterminal velocity and Stoke’s formulaStoke’s method for the coefficient of viscosity of a viscous mediumvariation of viscosity with temperature and pressurefriction and lubrication. UNIT III SURFACE TENSION (15 Hours) Introductionexplanation of surface tension on kinetic theorywork done in increasing the area of a surfacework done in blowing a bubbleforms of liquid dropsangle of contactspreading of one liquid over anotherpressure difference across a liquid surfaceexcess pressure inside a curved liquid surfaceJaegar’s method of determining surface tensionvariation of surface tension with temperatureQuinke’s method vapour pressure over flat and curved surfacesdrop weight method of determining the surface tension of a liquidexperiment 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 gasesIntroductionexperimental determination of osmotic pressurelaws of osmotic pressureosmosis and vapour pressure of a solutionosmosis 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 GBoy’s experimentgravitational field and gravitational potentialgravitational potential and field due to a spherical shell gravitational potential and field due to a solid spherevariation 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:
THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE – AUTONOMOUS, MADURAI – 625 009 (Re Accredited With ‘A’ Grade by NAAC) DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS (From 2011 – 14 batch onwards)
HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS Course Objectives :
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 – C_{P}, C_{V} 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: 812190417X). REFERENCE BOOK:
THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE – AUTONOMOUS, MADURAI – 625 009 (Re Accredited With ‘A’ Grade by NAAC) DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS (From 2011 – 14 batch onwards)
MEDICAL PHYSICS – I Course Objectives:
