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The B.Sc. (Honours) Third year and M.Sc. (Previous) laboratory can accommodate 130 – 140 students. It caters approx. 80 -90 students of B.Sc. (Hons.) IIIrd year and approx. 40 – 50 students of M.Sc. (Previous), in one semester. Third year laboratory is situated at the second floor of the department. Following are the Experiments offered in the third year laboratory:

  • Determination of wavelength of given light sources using interferometer (Michelson, Twymen Green & Febry-Perot).
  • Determination of refractive index of different materials (air, glass & plastic sheets).
  • Study of polarization of light.
  • Measure the wavelength of “He-Ne” laser light with the help of “Fresnel Biprism” and “Newtons Rings”.
  • Identification of element using constant deviation Spectrograph.
  • Determine the fine structure of sodium D-lines using Michelson interferometer.
  • Determine the value of “e/m” by observing Zeeman splitting” of the given Cadmium spectral line.
  • Determination of excitation energies in Mercury atom using Frank Hertz tube.
  • Calibration of given Electromagnet.
  • Study of Magnetic properties of given specimen and draw its B-H curve.
  • Determination of Hall voltage produce in a metallic strip and evaluation of charge carrier in the same sample.
  • Study of properties of Optical Fiber and its applications.
  • Verification of Biot Savart law by current balance.
  •   Third Year Lab
    Third Year Lab
  • Study of absorption of beta and gamma radiation in given material.
  • Determination of Half life of given radio active element.
  • Study of the characteristic curve of Ionization chamber.
  • Determination of dead time and efficiency of G.M. tube.
  • Study of Nuclear decay process.
  • Study of alpha spectroscopy with the help of Semiconductor Detector and single channel analyzer.
  • Designing and study of the response curves of Passive filters circuits.
  • Obtain the response curve of a Push-Pull amplifier.
  • Designing of a single stage Amplifier and draw its frequency response curve.
  • Designing of a RC oscillator and determine the phase shift across each RC network and the frequency of the oscillator.
  • Determination of h-parameters of given transistor.
  • Characteristics of operational amplifier.
  • Find the voltage across and current through each element of the circuit by applying Superposition Theorem. Verify experimentally the Thevinin’s and 1Norton’s Theorem.
  • Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) experiment.
  • Compton scattering experiment.
  • Rutherford scattering experiment.