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Constant Deviation Spectrograph SET UP

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Experiments: Precisely to find EFFECT IN VACUUM of Monochromatic lightAPPARATUS USED 1. Constant Deviation Spectrograph For direct reading for Visible wavelength of Spectrum, fluorescence spectra, Band Spectra , Zeeman Effect and determination analysis. Collimator / Telescope Prism Housing A) Telescope tube: 2” with Ramsden type Eyepiec..

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Mechanical Eqivalant of Heat by Calender & Barne’s Method

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Experiments: To determine the value of lathe mechanical equivalent of heat by using Calender & Barne’s constant flow calorimeterAPPARATUS USED 1. Calender & Barne’s Apparatus: It has horizontal corning glass tube open at both ends inside of which a heating element coil about 40 cm long made of Nichrome wire , is fitted operatable 6V ..

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MICHELSON’S INTERFERROMETER SET UP L.C 0.01M

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 Experiments: Precisely to find wave length of Monochromatic light APPARATUS USED 1. Michelson’s Interferometer Calibrated scale L.C.0.01mm with Telescope. It has following parts :- A) It consist of two plane front coated mirrors M1 & M2 and two exactly similar optically plane, parallel glass plates p1, p2. The plates p1 is pa..

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NODAL SLIDE ASSEMBLY SET UP

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Experiments: for determination of focal length of a combination of two convergent lenses separated by a distance APPARATUS USED 1. OPTICAL BENCH 1. It consists of two metallic rods (one rod is engraved in mms) overall length 160 cms , Scale length 150 cms. supported by heavy cast iron feet, provided with 4 metal riders -2 of these prov..

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BAR PENDULUM - ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY

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Experiments: To study the variation of T with L for a compound pendulum (bar pendulum) and then to determine (I) the value of the acceleration due to gravity (g) in the laboratory , (ii) the position of centre of gravity of the bar, (iii) The radius of gyration K of the bar about an axis passing through C.G. and perpendicular to its length.T..

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BARTON’S APPARATUS (VERTICAL)

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Experiments: To determine the modulus of rigidity for the material of a wire by statical method using Barton’s apparatus. RIGIDITY APPARATUS (DYNAMICAL METHOD) P-883 It consists of an iron stand 900 mm length fixed on a 4 kg cast iron heavy base with two levelling screws each rod 12.5 mm thick . APP: METALLIC STAND, WEIGHT CYLINDERICAL ,..

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BENDING OF BEAM

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Experiments: To determine the Young’s mudulus of the material of a given beam supported on two knife-edges and locaed at the middle point SPECIFICATIONS The consists of two G clamps having KNIFE EDGE which can be fitted on Table with screw provided. A spherometer is fitted on a cast iron body with TRIPOD to be placed in the middle with ..

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BIFILAR SUSPENSION ARRANGEMENT

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Experiments: To determine the moment of inertia of a horizontal rectangular drop bar about its center of mass using the bifilar suspension technique. The bifilar suspension is a technique used to determine the moment of inertia of any type of object about any point on the object. We can find moment of inertia of a given metal of rectangular ..

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Coefficient of expansion of Liquid by Upthrust method

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Experiments:The Determination Of the coefficient of Real expansion of a liquid (water) by Upthrust MethodAPPARATUS USED 1. CHEMICAL BALANCE Double door glass case, 100gm, Sens 1/10 Gm. Short beam of Brass graduated in 100 divisions, zero at the center, with best selected Agates and edges ground to optical precision fitted in glass case made ..

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COUPLED OSCILLATIONS

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Experiments: To measure the coupling factor , Cc between pendulums & Study its dependence on different parametersTwo rigid pendulums identical in all respects including the placement of masses, coupling device ( spring flexible) , stop watch, two triangular shape base with levelling screws, two metal rods 30 cm height , connected with one..

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DAMPED HARMONIC MOTION

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Experiments: To study simple harmonic under damped oscillations and to calculate 1. Time period Tof oscillation 2. Angular frequency w 3. Relaxation time t 4. The quality factor Q of the oscillationsTwo rigid pendulums identical in all respects including the placement of masses, coupling device ( spring flexible) , stop watch, one triangula..

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DAMPED HARMONIC MOTION

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Experiments: To study simple harmonic under damped oscillations and to calculate1. Time period Tof oscillation 2. Angular frequency w 3. Relaxation time t 4. The quality factor Q of the oscillations A one meter long aluminum scale 50 mm wide x 4mm thick. Heaving Chuck in the centre with Pin vice which can be hanged with a wall clamp wit..

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DAMPED HARMONIC MOTION

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Experiments: To study simple harmonic under damped oscillations and to calculate 1. Time period Tof oscillation 2. Angular frequency w 3. Relaxation time t 4. The quality factor Q of the oscillationsOne inch thick rod x 30 cm long is fixed on a rigid heavy 4 kg triangular base with levelling screws , at top of which a 9 mm aluminium rod of ..

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Determination of Angle of Prism By Spectrometer

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Experiments: Schuster’s method determination of angle of prism Measure Dispersion Relation of a Glass Prism in the Visible Spectrum To determine the dispersive power of the material of the prism for violet & yellow colors of mercury light with the help of spectrometer APPARATUS USED 1. SPECTROMETER Base : painted base with 3 level..

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FEBRY PEROT INTERFERROMETER SET UP L.C 0.0001MM

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Experiments:Precisely to find wave length of Monochromatic lightAPPARATUS USED 1. Febry Perot Interferometer Long Bed 200 mm threaded 0.1mm .One main knob 1mm divided into 100 parts i.e 0.01 mm. Side knob .01 divided into 100 parts i.e. 0.0001 mm 1) Bed :Optically ground length 250 mm. 2) Main Round Screw : length 200 mm pitch 1mm for moving..

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