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B.Sc.Physics Experiments

To Verify Theorem Of Perpendicular

Object: To determine the movement of inertia of an irregular of an irregular body, an axis passing through its centre of gravity and perpendicular to its plane by dynamical method (inertia table).

Apparatus used :
*inertia table
*irregular body whose moment of inertia is to be determined,
* regular body whose moment of inertia can be calculated by measuring its dimensions and mass,
* stop watch ,
* spirit level ,
*physical balance with weight box
* vernier calipers.

Study Moment Of Inertia With Variation

Object: To study the variation of moment of inertia of a system with the variation in the distribution of mass and hence to verify the theorem of parallel axes.

Apparatus used :
* Maxwell ‘ s needle apparatus with solid cylinder only and
*a stop watch or
*a light aluminum channel about 1.5 meter in length and 5 cm. in
*breadth fitted with a clamp at the centre to
* suspend it horizontally by means of wire,
* two similar weights stop watch
* a meter scale.

To Study Value Of Acceleration Due To Gravity-INSIF

Object: 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.

Apparatus used :
* Bar pendulum,
*stop watch,
*knife edges fixed to a rigid support and
*meter scale.

To Study Center Of Gravity By Katers Pendulam-INSIF

Object: To determine the value of acceleration due to gravity at a place , by means of Katter’s reversible pendulum.

Apparatus used :
*Katter’s pendulum,
* stop watch and
*sharp knife edges.

To Study Time Period Of A Simple Pendulam

Object: 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 ,
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vernier calliper
stop watch
meter scale
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To Determine Simple Harmonic-Damping

Object: To study simple harmonic under-damped oscillations and to calculate (i) time period T of oscillation, (ii) angular frequency w, (iii) relaxation time t and (vi)the quality factor q of the oscillations.

Apparatus used :
* A long (nearly 1.5 meter) wooden bar like meter scale;
* 2 to 3 meter long suspension wire ,
* two dampers (thin semicircular aluminum plate of nearly 0.10 m radius),
* two 0.10 kg. Weights and a stopwatch.

Study of SIMPLE HARMONIC-DAMPING

Object: To study simple harmonic under-damped oscillations and to calculate (i) time period T of oscillation, (ii) angular frequency w, (iii) relaxation time t and (vi)the quality factor q of the oscillations.

Apparatus used :
* A long (nearly 1.5 meter) wooden bar like meter scale;
* 2 to 3 meter long suspension wire ,
* two dampers (thin semicircular aluminum plate of nearly 0.10 m radius),
* two 0.10 kg. Weights and a stopwatch.

To Study Coupling Factor-INSIF

Object: To measure the coupling factor, Cc, between pendulums and study its dependence on different parameters.

Apparatus used :
* Two rigid pendulums identical in all respects including the placement of their
* slidind masses,
* coupling device and
* lissajous figure device,
* stop watch.

To Study Youngs Modulus Of A Beam -INSIF

Object: To determine the Young’s modulus of the material of a given beam supported on two knife-edges and loaded at the middle point.

Apparatus used :
* The given Young’s modulus,
* 0.5 k.gm. wts.,
* a hanger,
* Vernier calipers,
* Meter scale,
* leclanche or dry cell,
* plug key and
* a shunted galvanometer or
* a bulb.

To Study Young Modulus By Koenig

INSIF
Object: To determine the Young’s modulus of the material of a given beam supported on two knife-edges and loaded at the middle point.

Apparatus used :
* The given YOUNG MODULAS
* 0.5 k.gm. wts.,
* TWO G CLAMPS
* ONE METER LONG SQUARE CHROMED ROD
* TWO MIRRORS WITH HOLDERS TO BRACKETS WITH SCREW TO FIT GIVEN ROD

To Study Modulus Of Rigidity By A TORSION PENDULAM CYLINDER

INSIF
Object: To determine the modulus of rigidity of the material of wire with the help of a torsional pendulum.

Apparatus used :
* Experimental wire,
* screw gauge,
* metre scale,
* stop watch,
* a heavy sphere and
* vernier calipers.

To Study Modulus Of Rigidity By Static Methos using Horizontal pattern

INSIF
Object: To determine the modulus of rigidity of a wire by statical method, using horizontal pattern of apparatus.

Apparatus used :
* Horizontal pattern of the apparatus (Barton‘s) ,
* set of 1/2k.gm.weights,
* screw gauge and
* meter scale .

TO STUDY Youngs modulas of Rigidity by dynamical method

INSIF
Object: To determine Young’s modulus, modulus of rigidity and Poisson’s ratio of the material of a given wire by Scale’s dynamical method.

Apparatus used :
* Two identical bars,
* given wire,
* stop watch,
* screw gauge,
* vernier calipers,
* balance,
* candle and
* match box.

To Verify The Law Of Parallel Axis BY MAXWELL needle

INSIF
Object: To study the variation of moment of inertia of a system with the variation in the distribution of mass and hence to verify the theorem of parallel axes.

Apparatus used :
* Maxwell ‘ s needle apparatus with solid cylinder only and
*a stop watch or
*a light aluminum channel about 1.5 meter in length and 5 cm. in
*breadth fitted with a clamp at the centre to
* suspend it horizontally by means of wire,
* two similar weights stop watch
* a meter scale.

To Determine the value of y(the ratio of two specific heat of Gas) for air by Clement & Desormes

INSIF
OBJECT To Determine the value of y(the ratio of two specific het of Gas) for air by Clement & Desormes -INSIF
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*A large flask of capacity 5 or 10 ltrs
*flask sealed in wooden box with brass cap having three brass stop cocks
*one for manometer , one for pump & one for air
*liquid glass manometer
*compression pump or rubber bellow
*calcium tower not required
*few drops of sulphuric acid

To Study Extension Of Spiral Spring By Static Method-INSIF

Object: To determine the restoring force per unit extension of a spiral spring by statical and dynamical methods and also to determine the mass of the spring.

Apparatus used :
* A spiral spring,
* half-a-kilogram weights,
* scale bpan,
* pointer and
* stop watch.

To Study Oscillation Of A Rubber APP-INSIF

Object: To determine the Poission ‘ s ratio for rubber.

Apparatus used :
* Rubber tube ,
* meter scale,
* small pointer,
* slotted weights,
* hanger,
* burette and
* rubber stopper.

To Study Surface Tension Of Liquid BY CAPILLARY RISE METHOD

Object: To determine the surface tension of a liquid (water)by capillary rise method.

Apparatus used :
*Capillary tube,
*Travelling microscope,
*Water,
*Beaker
*Wooden vertical supporting stand.

To Study Surface Tension Of Liquid BY CAPILLARY RISE

Object: To determine the surface tension of a liquid (water)by capillary rise method.

Apparatus used :
*Capillary tube,
*Travelling microscope,
*Water,
*Beaker
*Wooden vertical supporting stand.

To Study Surface Tension Of Liquid BY CAPIILLARY RISE METHOD-INSIF

Object: To determine the surface tension of a liquid (water)by capillary rise method.

Apparatus used :
*Capillary tube,
*Travelling microscope,
*Water,
*Beaker
*Wooden vertical supporting stand.

Study Viscosity Of Water By Poiseuille

Object: To determine the surface tension of a liquid (water)by capillary rise method.

Apparatus used :
*Capillary tube,
*Travelling microscope,
*Water,
*Beaker
*Wooden vertical supporting stand.

Viscosity Of Water By Rotating Cylinder-INSIF

Object: To determine the coefficient of viscosity of water by rotating method.

Apparatus used :
*Rotating cylinder arrangement
*Stop watch
*Lampand
*Scale arrangement
*Meter scale
*water

To Study Viscosity Of Air By Anderson-INSIF

Object: To determine the coefficient of viscosity of air by Anderson’s method.

Apparatus used :
* Anderson’s apparatus,
* Compression pump
* Stopwatch
* Travelling microscope and
* Meter scale.

To determine the movement of inertia of a flywheel

INSIF P-002
Object: To determine the movement of inertia of a flywheel about its own axis of rotation.
>Apparatus used :
*flywheel,
* metre scale,
*vernier calipers,
*stops watch,
* set of weights and a pan.

To determine the movement of inertia of an irregular of an irregular body

INSIF P-001
Object: To determine the movement of inertia of an irregular of an irregular body, an axis passing through its centre of gravity and perpendicular to its plane by dynamical method (inertia table).
Apparatus used :< /b>
*inertia table
*irregular body whose moment of inertia is to be determined,
* regular body whose moment of inertia can be calculated by measuring its dimensions and mass,
* stop watch ,
* spirit level ,
*physical balance with weight box
* vernier calipers.

To study the variation of moment of inertia of a system & to verify the theorem of parallel axes

INSIF P-003
Object: To study the variation of moment of inertia of a system with the variation in the distribution of mass and hence to verify the theorem of parallel axes.
Apparatus used :
* Maxwell ‘ s needle apparatus with solid cylinder only and
*a stop watch
*a light aluminum channel about 1.5 meter in length and 5 cm. in
*breadth fitted with a clamp at the centre to
* suspend it horizontally by means of wire,
* two similar weights stop watch
* a meter scale.

To study the variation of T with L for a compound pendulum (bar pendulum) and then to determine

INSIF P-004
OBJECT: (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.

Apparatus used :
* Bar pendulum,
*stop watch,
*knife edges fixed to a rigid support and
*meter scale.

To determine the value of acceleration due to gravity at a place , by means of Katters reversible pendulum

INSIF P-005
Apparatus used :
*Katter’s pendulum,
* stop watch and
*sharp knife edges.

To dertmine (i) the coefficient of damping K, (ii) relaxation time t and (ii) the quality factor q of a damped simple harmonic motion using a simple pendulum

INSIF P-006
Apparatus used :
* A long simple pendulum with
* brass bob and two extra bobs one of aluminum and the other of wood of the same mass or of the same diameter as that of brass,
* meter scale and
* a stop-watch.

To study simple harmonic under-damped oscillations and to calculate (i) time period T of oscillation, (ii) angular frequency w, (iii) relaxation time t and (vi)the quality factor q of the oscillations

INSIF
Apparatus used :
* A long (nearly 1.5 meter) wooden bar like meter scale;
* 2 to 3 meter long suspension wire ,
* two dampers (thin semicircular aluminum plate of nearly 0.10 m radius),
* two 0.10 kg. Weights and a stopwatch.

To study the oscillation in a bifilar suspension arrangement and to verify that while other things remaining the same INSIF P-008

Apparatus used :
* Bifilar suspension arrangement ,
* two equal weights and
* a stop-watch.

To measure the coupling factor, Cc, between pendulums and study its dependence on different parameters INSIF P-009

Apparatus used :
* Two rigid pendulums identical in all respects including the placement of their
* slidind masses,
* coupling device and
* lissajous figure device,
* stop watch.

To determine the Youngs modulus of the material of a given beam supported on two knife-edges and loaded at the middle point INSIF P-010

Apparatus used :
* The given Young’s modulus,
* 0.5 k.gm. wts.,
* a hanger,
* Vernier calipers,
* Meter scale,
* leclanche or dry cell,
* plug key and
* a shunted galvanometer or
* a bulb.

To determine the value of the modulus of rigidity of the material of a given wire by a dynamical method using Maxwells needle INSIF P-11

Apparatus used :
*Maxwell’s needle,
* screw gauge,
* given wire,
*meter scale,
*stop watch,
*physical balance and
* weight box.

To determine the modulus of rigidity of the material of wire with the help of a torsional pendulum INSIF P-12

Apparatus used :
* Experimental wire,
* screw gauge,
* metre scale,
* stop watch,
* a heavy sphere and
* vernier calipers.

To determine the modulus of rigidity for the material of a wire by statical method using Bartons apparatus INSIF P-13

Apparatus used :
* Barton’s apparatus,
* half k.gm. wts.,
* screw guage,
* vernier calipers and
* metre scale.

To determine the modulus of rigidity of a wire by statical method, using horizontal pattern of apparatus INSIF P-014

Apparatus used :
* Horizontal pattern of the apparatus (Barton‘s) ,
* set of 1/2k.gm.weights,
* screw gauge and
* meter scale .

To determine Youngs modulus, modulus of rigidity and Poissons ratio of the material of a given wire by Scales dynamical method INSIF P-015

Apparatus used :
* Two identical bars,
* given wire,
* stop watch,
* screw gauge,
* vernier calipers,
* balance,
* candle and
* match box.

To determine the Poissions ratio for rubber INSIF P-16

Apparatus used :
* Rubber tube ,
* meter scale,
* small pointer,
* slotted weights,
* hanger,
* burette and
* rubber stopper.

To study the oscillation of a rubber band and a spring INSIF P-018

Apparatus used :
* Rubber band (cycle tube),
* a pan ,
* mounting arrangement,
* weight of 50 gm. Stop watch and
* spring

To determine the surface tension of a liquid (water)by capillary rise method INSIF P-019

Apparatus used :
*Capillary tube,
*Travelling microscope,
*Water,
*Beaker
*Wooden vertical supporting stand.

To determine the surface tention of a liquid (water) by Jaegers method INSIF P-020

Apparatus used :
*Jaeger’s apparatus,
*Travelling microscope
*Scale
*Beaker
*Capillary Jets
*Thermometer

To determine the surface tention of water by Searles apparatus INSIF P-21

Apparatus used :
*Searle’s apparatus,
*weight box
*a dish
*screw gauge
*thermometer
*clip.

To determine the surface tension of a liquid by Ripples method INSIF P-022

Apparatus used :
*A set of electrically maintained tuning forks
*Trough(about 25 cm. long ,15cm. wide and 5cm. deep)
*Battery
*Key
*Induction coil
*Neon discharge tube
*Scale to measure wavelength
*Travelling microscope.

To determine the surface tention of a liquid by Ferguson method INSIF P-023

Experiment No: - 23 Object: To determine the surface tention of a liquid by Ferguson method.

Apparatus used :
*Ferguson apparatus
*Clean glass tube with a small capillary portion(if not fitted with the apparatus),
*Lamp
*Travelling microscope.

To determine the coefficient of viscosity of water, by Poiseuilles method

INSIF P-024
Apparatus used :
*A capillary tube of uniform bore and
*A constant level reservoir fitted on a board
*A manometer
*Travelling microscope
*Stop watch
*Graduated jar

To determine the coefficient of viscosity of water by rotating method

INSIF P-25
Apparatus used :
*Rotating cylinder arrangement
*Stop watch
*Lampand
*Scale arrangement
*Meter scale
*water

To determine the coefficient of viscosity of a liquid (eg, glycerine or castor oil) by stokes method

INSIF P-026
Apparatus used :
*Stoke’s viscometer (falling sphere viscometer),
* experimental liquid,
* steel balls of different sizes,
*stop watch, screw guage,
*thermometer and
* meter scale.

To determine the coefficient of viscosity of air by Andersons method

INSIF P-027
Apparatus used :
* Anderson’s apparatus,
* Compression pump
* Stopwatch
* Travelling microscope and
* Meter scale.

To determine the self inductance of given coil by Rayleighs method.

To determine the self inductance of given coil by Rayleigh’s method. PO Box , Stop Watch

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