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0 School: Science Programme: Master of Science (M. Sc.) Physics Ye ar : Second Semester - III Course: Nuclear Physics Course Code: PPH301 Theory: 4Hrs/Week Max. University Theory Examination: 50 Marks Max. Time for Theory Exam.: 3 Hrs Continuous Internal Assessment: 50 Marks Objectives 1 Demonstrate an understanding of the Nuclear structure their properties and parameters related to them. 2 Demosntrate the basic idea about twi important nuclear reaction : Nuclear Fission and Fusion. 3 To develop the understanding about importance of acceleration of paricles and methods related to it. 4 To develop the understanding about importance of Detection of paricles and methods for the same. 5 To explain the classificion of elementary Paricles. Unit Number Details Hours 1 Nuclear Structure and properties: Introduction, Two-nucleon problem and nuclear forces: Deuteron ground state, Excited states, Two-nucleon scattering, n-p scattering, Partial wave analysis, Phase-shift, scattering length, p-pscattering (qualitative discussion), Charge symmetry and charge independence of nuclear forces. Exchange nature of nuclear forces, Elementary discussion on Yukawa’s theory. 12 2 Nuclear Fission and Fusion: Characteristics of fission, Energy in fission, Energy distribution between the fission fragments, Cross section of neutron induced fission, Controlled fission reactions, Q-value calculations, Introduction to the fission reactors, Basic components of the reactor: Four factor formula, Sub-critical, critical and super-critical states, Critical size and critical mass, Basic fusion process, Cross section of fusion reaction, Critical temperature, Lawson criterion, Fission explosives. 12 3 Particle Accelerators and Detectrors: Need of accelerators, Types of accelerators, Linear acccelerators Working of Cyclotron with it's limitations, Synchrocyclotron, Betatron, The protron synchrotron, Introduction to detectors, Classification of detectors, Gas filled counters, Scintillation detectors, Semiconductor detectors, Counting Statistics, Energy measurements, Measurement of nuclear lifetime. 12 4 Radioactive Decay: Introduction to the theory ofAlpha decay, Experimental study/results on alpha decay, Alpha spectra, Geiger-Nuttal relation, Beta Spectra, Fermi’s theory of beta decay, Parity violation in beta decay, Detection of neutrino, Beta decay: Continuous beta ray spectrum, Nuclear energy levels from beta decay, Gamma emmission, Multipolarity of gamma rays, Selection rules, Theorotical prediction of decay constants. 12 5 Elementary Particles: Classification of elementary particles, Conservation Laws, Fundamental interaction in nature, Elementary idea of CP (Charge & Parity) and CPT (Charge, Parity and Time reversal) invariance, Quark hypothesis: classification, Quark structure of meson and baryons, Gellman- Okubo mass formula, Properties of particles. 12

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Year : Second Semester - III
Theory: 4Hrs/Week Max. University Theory Examination: 50 Marks
Max. Time for Theory Exam.: 3 Hrs Continuous Internal Assessment: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 Demonstrate an understanding of the Nuclear structure their properties and parameters related to them.
2 Demosntrate the basic idea about twi important nuclear reaction : Nuclear Fission and Fusion.
3 To develop the understanding about importance of acceleration of paricles and methods related to it.
4 To develop the understanding about importance of Detection of paricles and methods for the same.
5 To explain the classificion of elementary Paricles.
Unit
Elementary discussion on Yukawa’s theory.
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Nuclear Fission and Fusion: Characteristics of fission, Energy in fission, Energy distribution between the fission fragments, Cross section of neutron induced fission, Controlled fission reactions, Q-value calculations, Introduction to the fission reactors, Basic components of the reactor: Four factor formula, Sub-critical, critical and super-critical
states, Critical size and critical mass, Basic fusion process, Cross section of fusion reaction, Critical temperature, Lawson criterion, Fission explosives.
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measurements, Measurement of nuclear lifetime.
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Radioactive Decay: Introduction to the theory ofAlpha decay, Experimental study/results
on alpha decay, Alpha spectra, Geiger-Nuttal relation, Beta Spectra, Fermi’s theory of beta decay, Parity violation in beta decay, Detection of neutrino, Beta decay: Continuous beta ray spectrum, Nuclear energy levels from beta decay, Gamma emmission, Multipolarity of gamma rays, Selection rules, Theorotical prediction of decay constants.
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Elementary Particles: Classification of elementary particles, Conservation Laws,
Fundamental interaction in nature, Elementary idea of CP (Charge & Parity) and CPT (Charge, Parity and Time reversal) invariance, Quark hypothesis: classification, Quark structure of meson and baryons, Gellman- Okubo mass formula, Properties of particles.
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Reference
Books
1.Concept of Modern Physics: Arther Beiser (Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing) 2.Introductory nuclear Physics, Kenneth S . Krane, John Wiley and Sons.
3.Basic ideas and concepts in Nuclear Physics, K. Heyde, IOP publishing limited. 4.Atomic Nucleus, Evans, Robley D., Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing. 5.Introduction to Nuclear Radiation Detectors, Cooper, Cambridge University Press.
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Year : Second Year Semester - III
Course: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Course Code: PPH302
Theory: 4Hrs/Week Max. University Theory Examination: 50 Marks
Max. Time for Theory Exam.: 3 Hrs Continuous Internal Assessment: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 To provide an intensive and in-depth learning to the students in field of Nanotechnology.
2 To develop awareness & knowledge in the students about the research trends in different
organizations requirement through the course.
3 To train the students to take up wide variety of roles like researchers, scientists, consultants, entrepreneurs, academicians, industry leaders and policy
Unit
nanoscience and nanotechnology, Micro/macro to nano: size effects, surface to volume ration, surface effects.
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and bottom-up approaches, Synthesis methods: Chemical Bath Deposition, Successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR), Spin Coating, Dip coating, Electrodeposition, Hydrothermal and Chemical Vapour Deposition: Principle, Instrumentation, optimization of parameters.
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Properties of Nanomaterials: Size dependence of the structural, electrical, optical, morphological, magnetic and thermal properties of various materials at the
nanoscale.
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devices, Sensors, Environmental, Medical, Biological, Automobiles, Space, Defense, Cosmetics.
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Resources
Recommended
Books
1. Edward L. Wolf, Nanophysics and Nanotechnology: An Introduction to Modern Concepts in Nanoscience, Wiley-VCH 2. C. Bre´chignac P. Houdy M. Lahmani, Nanomaterials and Nanochemistry, Springer
Berlin Heidelberg, Germany 3. Edelestein A.S and Cammarata RC, Nano materials synthesis, properties and applications. 4. Nanotechnology: Principles and Practices | Sulabha K. Kulkarni
5. George W. Hanson, Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Pearson Education, 2009,
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Applications, World Scientific Publishing Pvy. Ltd., Singapor 3. Physics of Semiconductor Devices, Sze, wiley Interscience.
Journals 1. Nature Nanotechnology 2. ACS Nano, American Chemical Society.
3. Advanced materials, Wiley Online Library. 4. ACS Sensors, American Chemical Society. 5. IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, IEEE.
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Year : Second Year Semester - III
Course: Materials Science Course Code: PPH303
Theory: 4Hrs/Week Max. University Theory Examination: 50 Marks
Max. Time for Theory Exam.: 3 Hrs Continuous Internal Assessment: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 To understand the theoretical concepts of Physics of Materials.
2 To provide the knowledge on crystal structure, electron transport and Classification of solids.
3 To impart understanding on various properties of materials with examples.
Unit
Structure and Properties of materials: Structure of atoms, Quantum states, Atomic bonding in solids, binding energy interatomic spacing, variation in bonding characteristics, Single crystals, polycrystalline, Amorphous solids.
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Phase Diagrams, Solid Solutions and Alloys : Phase diagrams, Gibbs phase rule, Single component systems, Eutectic phase diagram, lever rule, Properties
of phase diagrams, Some typical phase diagrams and applications, Phase transformation, Nucleation kinetics and growth.
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solids, Atomic, electronic interaction, non – radiative transition, refraction, reflection, Absorption, Transmission, Insulators, luminescence.
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energy, antiferromagnetism.
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Resources
Recommended
Books
1. W. D. Callister, "Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction", John Wiley & Sons.
2. K. Vijayamohanan Pillai and Meera Parthasarathi Functional Materials: A Chemist’s Perspective by, Orient Blackswan. 3. C. Kittel, "Introduction to Solid State Physics" Wiley Eastern Ltd. 4. V. Raghavan, “Materials Science and Engineering: A First Course",
Prentice Hall. 5. A.J. Dekker, "Solid State Physics”, Macmillan & Co.
Reference Books 1. Harald Ibach and Hans Lueth, Solid State Physics, 2nd edition Springer. 2. H.P.Myers, Introductory Solid State Physics, 2nd edition, Viva Books Pvt. Ltd. 3. M.Ali Omar, Elementary Solid State Physics, revised printing Pearson
Education.
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Year : Second Year Semester - III
Course: Experimental techniques Course Code: PPH304
Theory: 4Hrs/Week Max. University Theory Examination: 50 Marks
Max. Time for Theory Exam.: 3 Hrs Continuous Internal Assessment: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 Provide basic underlying science in the working of various experimental techniques used for
the physio-chemical characterizations
2 Provide introductory understanding of important techniques in terms of the instrumentation, working principles and information obtained and possible analysis of the materials.
3 Systematic development of the understanding, how materials behave in practical applications
Unit
I Structural Characterization: X-ray Diffraction: Generation and properties of X-rays, Bragg’s diffraction condition, principle, instrumentation (with filters) and working, X- ray characterization of single crystal, polycrystalline, thin films, super-lattices and
nanomaterials. Determination of crystal structure, lattice parameter and strain (Tensile and compressive), Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM).
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Microscope (FESEM) – Advantages over SEM, Selected Area Electron Diffraction (SAED). Probe Microscopy: Principle, Instrumentation and Working of Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) and Atomic Force Microscope (AFM).
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characterizations (principle, instrumentation and working): cyclic voltammetry, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, Numerical.
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Resources
Recommended
Books
1. Characterization of Materials, John B. Wachtman & Zwi. H. Kalman, Pub. Butterworth Heinemann (1992).
2. Elements of X- ray diffraction, B.D. Cullity, Addison- Wesely Publishing company, 1956. 3. Transmission electron microscopy: A text book of Materials Science, David Williams and C.B.Carter, 2009.
4. Scanning Electron Microscopy: Physics of Image Formation and Microanalysis: Ludwig Reimer, 1998. 5. Introduction to Thermal Analysis Techniques and Applications, Brown and M Ewert, 2001.
6. A practical approach to X-Ray diffraction analysis by C.Suryanarayana 7. Nanotechnology: Principles and Practices – Sulabha K. Kulkarni – Capital Publishing Company.
Reference Books 1. Instrumentation: Devices and Systems, C.S. Rangan, G.R. Sarma and V.S.V. Mani, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.
2. Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis, G. Chatwal and S. Anand, Himalaya Publishing House 3. Instrumental Methods of Analysis by H.H. Willard, L.L. Merritt, J.A. Dean, CBS Publishers
4.Elements of X-ray diffraction, Bernard Dennis Cullity, Stuart R. Stock, (Printice Hall, 2001 - Science - 664 pages)
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Year: Second Year Semester - III
Course: Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and
Practical: PG - 4Hrs/Batch (10 Students) Practical Examination: 50 Marks
Term Work: 50 Marks
Objectives 1 To provide an intensive and in-depth learning to the students in field of synthesis of
Nanomaterials or Nanoparticles. 2 To introduce the students with various physico-chemical characterization techniques in
physics
3 To impart awareness in the students about the research trends in different organizations through the laboratory course.
4. To introduce Geiger-Muller radiation counter tubes (G. M. Tubes) to study its characteristics and for the detection of alpha particles, beta particles, gamma or X-radiation.
Sr.
1 Synthesis of nano-particles of different sizes: Optimization of preparative parameters
2 Synthesis of Conducting Thin Films (Polymers/Carbon/Graphene etc): Optimization of preparative parameters
3 Doping of nano-materials through chemical solution technique
4 X-ray Powder Diffraction (Theoretical analysis of given data) a. Phase determination by JCPDS b. Analysis of broadening due to induced strain in thin films (Demo)
5 Study of the characteristics of a Geiger-Müller Tube and to determine the counting statistics of radioactive decay.
6 End point energy and Absorption coefficient using G. M. tube.
Term Work: Term Work assessment shall be conducted for the Project, Tutorials and Seminar. Term work is continuous assessment based on work done, submission of work in the form of report/journal, timely completion, attendance, and understanding. It should be assessed by subject teacher of the institute. At the end of the semester, the final grade for a Term Work shall be assigned based on the performance of the student and is to be submitted to the University.
Notes 1 Each student should perform at least 4 experiments from the list of experiments.
2 The experiments from the regular practical syllabus will be performed (40 Marks).
3 The regular attendance of students during the syllabus practical course will be monitored and
marks will be given accordingly (05 Marks).
4 Good Laboratory Practices (05 Marks)
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Practical/Oral/Presentation: Practical/Oral/Presentation shall be conducted and assessed jointly by internal and external examiners. The performance in the Practical/Oral/Presentation examination shall be assessed by at least a pair of examiners appointed as examiners by the University. The examiners will prepare the mark/grade sheet
in the format as specified by the University, authenticate and seal it. Sealed envelope shall be submitted to the head of the department or authorized person.
Notes 1 One experiment from the regular practical syllabus will be conducted. (Total 40 Marks).
2 Viva-voce (10 Marks).
Year: Second Year Semester - III
Course: Materials Science and
Practical: PG - 4Hrs/Batch (10 Students) Practical Examination: 50 Marks
Term Work: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 To provide an intensive and in-depth learning to the students in field of Materials Science.
2 To study and impart knowledge on various properties of materials with examples
3 To impart awareness in the students about the various physio-chemical characterization techniques used to study transformations in the materials.
4 To impart awareness in the students about the research trends in different organizations through the laboratory course.
Sr.
1 Determination of crystal structure of given material/data by X-ray Diffractometer.
2 Determination of size of given samples/data from broadening of X-ray.
3 Determination of Band gap of given material/data by UV-Visible-IR spectroscopy.
4 Study of absorption spectra of given material/data by UV-Visible-IR spectroscopy. 5 Study of Thermogravimatric analysis of given sample/data
6 Determination of the energy band gap of Ge (Germanium) crystal by four probe method.
7 Determination of dielectric constant.
8 Ionic conductivity of NaCl: Study of the temperature variation of σ and estimation of activation energy
9 Electrical conductivity of metals and alloys with temperature-four probe method
10 Study of the phase transformations in ferroelectric crystals.
Term Work: Term Work assessment shall be conducted for the Project, Tutorials and Seminar. Term work is continuous assessment based on work done, submission of work in the form of report/journal, timely
completion, attendance, and understanding. It should be assessed by subject teacher of the institute. At the end of the semester, the final grade for a Term Work shall be assigned based on the performance of the student and is to be submitted to the University.
Notes 1 Each student should perform at least 8 experiments from the list of experiments.
2 The experiments from the regular practical syllabus will be performed (40 Marks).
3 The regular attendance of students during the syllabus practical course will be monitored and marks will be given accordingly (05 Marks).
4 Good Laboratory Practices (05 Marks)
Practical/Oral/Presentation: Practical/Oral/Presentation shall be conducted and assessed jointly by internal and external examiners.
The performance in the Practical/Oral/Presentation examination shall be assessed by at least a pair of
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examiners appointed as examiners by the University. The examiners will prepare the mark/grade sheet in the format as specified by the University, authenticate and seal it. Sealed envelope shall be
submitted to the head of the department or authorized person.
Notes 1 One experiment from the regular practical syllabus will be conducted. (Total 40 Marks).
2 Viva-voce (10 Marks).
School: School of Science Programme: Master of Science (M.Sc.) Physics
Year : Second Year Semester - III
Course: Advanced Electronics Course Code: PPH305
Theory: 4Hrs/Week Max. University Theory Examination: 50 Marks
Max. Time for Theory Exam.: 3 Hrs Continuous Internal Assessment: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 To introduce students to the block diagram, working principle and designing of power supplies using various ICs
2 To study data conversion (ADC and DAC) and their applications
3 To study various concepts regarding LASER and Optical Fiber through a series of experiments
4 To study designing of digital circuits such as various counters using state machines
5 To impart the information about digital system interfacing to the students for future applications
Unit
I Voltage Regulators: Introduction, Block diagram, Principle, important specifications, and operating procedures of fixed voltage power supply, Voltage
references, band gap references, LM385, Linear regulators: Fixed three terminal regulator IC’s: 78XX, 79XX, Adjustable three terminal regulator IC’s: LM317, LM337, LM723: Block diagram, working, Design for Low and High regulators, Design for Low and High O/P current, PWM controller IC 3524.
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II Data Convertors: Digital to Analog Convertors: Weighted resistive network, R- 2R network, D/A accuracy and resolution, Analog to digital Convertors: Binary
weighted type, R-2R ladder type, Successive approximation, Single slope, Dual slope, A/D accuracy and resolution, IC 0808, IC 7109.
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III Advanced Digital Communication: Digital communication system: Block diagram, Advantages of digital communication system, bit rate, baud rate, bandwidth, Serial and parallel communication, Revision of ASK, FSK, PSK, Pulse
modulation, Pulse Code Modulation, Differential Pulse Code Modulation, Time Division Multiplexing, Frequency division Multiplexing, Introduction to MODEM and Set-up box.
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IV Sequential Circuits: State table, State diagram, excitation table, transition table, Design of counters using state machines: Synchronous, asynchronous, modulus and Up-down counter, sequence generator (3 bit and 4 bit Johnson Counter).
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V Digital System Interfacing and Applications: Interfacing of LED’s, Single and
Multi-digit seven segment display/driver, switches, Keypad, Thumb-wheel switches, relays. Interface considerations for ADC/DAC with digital systems.
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1. Digital Principles and Applications: Leach and Malvino, McGraw-Hill Education 2. Power Supplies, B. S. Sonde, McGraw-Hill Education.
3. R P Jain, Modern digital electronics, Tata mac’Hill.
Reference Books 1. Thomas Floyd, Electronic Devices, 9th edition, pearson. 2. Digitsl Circuit Design, Morris mano, PHP. 3. W. H. Gothman, Digital Electronics: An Introduction To Theory And Practice, Prentice Hall of India.
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School: Science Programme: Master of Science (M. Sc.) Physics Year : Second Semester - III
Course: LASER, Fiber Optics and
Applications
Theory: 4Hrs/Week Max. University Theory Examination: 50 Marks
Max. Time for Theory Exam.: 3 Hrs Continuous Internal Assessment: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 Demonstrate an understanding about working mechanism of laser.
2 Demosntrate the working of some useful laser divices their advantages and disadvantages.
3 To develop the idea about non linear optics.
4 To develop the understanding about basics of optical fiber its principle and construction.
5 To explain about various optical fiber cables.
Unit
Characteristics and mechanisms of Laser Historical background of laser, Einstein coefficients,Characteristics of
laser (coherence, monochromaticity, unidirectionlity, high intensity), Mechanism of Laser (stimulated emission, pumping, population inversion, metastable stste ), Laser beam propagation, properties of Gaussian beam, resonator, stability, various types of resonators, resonator for high gain and
high energy laseres, Gaussian beam focussing.
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The working and principle of various lasers: Nitrogen laser, carbon
dioxide laser, Dye laser, Ruby laser, Helium Neon laser, Nd: Yag laser,
liquid laser, semiconductor laser, Applications of lasers: Holography,
Engineering applications (welding, drilling, Non-destructive testing),
Industrial applications, Medical applications, P lasma, Lasers in astronomy.
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Non linear optics Introduction, qualitative description of non linear optical process, Non
linear processes generated by arbitrary fields: spatial and temporal dispersion, techniques for Q-switching, mode locking and hole burning, Non linear oscillator model, non linear polarizaion and wave equation, perturbative solution of the non linear oscillator equation , Optical wave
mixing,Parametric generation of light, parametric oscillation, yuning of parametric oscillator, non linear suscaptibilities, non linear materials.
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Propagation of light through optical fiber, Acceptance angle, Types of optical fiber:step index, graded index, momomode, multimode, , Numerical aperture of step index optical fiber, Losses in optical fiber,Attenuation coefficient, Waveguide Imperfections, Advantages of optical fiber over copper wire, Application of optical fiber.
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Fiber optic cables and Detection of optical radiation Optical fiber cable, multi fiber cable, splicing and connectors (fusion
splices, mechanical splices), fabrication methods for fiber manufacturing, Detection of optical radiation: Thermal detector (bolometer, pyro-electric), photon detector (photoconductive detector, photo voltaic detector and photo emissive detector), p-i-n photodiode, APD photodiode.
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Resources
Recommended
Books
1.B.Laud , Laser and non-liner optics, Wiley Eastern Ltd.,(1991) 2.A.K. Ghatak and K.Thyagarajan,optical electronics,Cambridge University press.
3.Laser spectroscopy –Basic concepts and instrumentation by Demtroder, Springer
Reference Books 1.S.C Gupta Optoelectronic devices and systems, Prentice Hall of India. 2.Principles of Lasers, Orazio Svelto, Springer.
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Year: Second Year Semester - III
Course: Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and
Practical: PG - 4Hrs/Batch (10 Students) Practical Examination: 50 Marks
Term Work: 50 Marks
Objectives 1 To provide an intensive and in-depth learning to the students in field of synthesis of
Nanomaterials or Nanoparticles.
2 To introduce the students with various physico-chemical characterization techniques in physics
3 To impart awareness in the students about the research trends in different organizations through the laboratory course.
4. To introduce Geiger-Muller radiation counter tubes (G. M. Tubes) to study its characteristics and for the detection of alpha particles, beta particles, gamma or X-radiation.
Sr.
1 Synthesis of nano-particles of different sizes: Optimization of preparative parameters
2 Synthesis of Conducting Thin Films (Polymers/Carbon/Graphene etc): Optimization of preparative parameters
3 Doping of nano-materials through chemical solution technique
4 X-ray Powder Diffraction (Theoretical analysis of given data) a. Phase determination by JCPDS b. Analysis of broadening due to induced strain in thin films (Demo)
5 Study of the characteristics of a Geiger-Müller Tube and to determine the counting statistics of radioactive decay.
6 End point energy and Absorption coefficient using G. M. tube.
Term Work: Term Work assessment shall be conducted for the Project, Tutorials and Seminar. Term work is
continuous assessment based on work done, submission of work in the form of report/journal, timely completion, attendance, and understanding. It should be assessed by subject teacher of the institute. At the end of the semester, the final grade for a Term Work shall be assigned based on the performance of the student and is to be submitted to the University.
Notes 1 Each student should perform at least 4 experiments from the list of experiments.
2 The experiments from the regular practical syllabus will be performed (40 Marks).
3 The regular attendance of students during the syllabus practical course will be monit ored and
marks will be given accordingly (05 Marks).
4 Good Laboratory Practices (05 Marks)
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Practical/Oral/Presentation: Practical/Oral/Presentation shall be conducted and assessed jointly by internal and external examiners. The performance in the Practical/Oral/Presentation examination shall be assessed by at least a pair of examiners appointed as examiners by the University. The examiners will prepare the mark/grade sheet
in the format as specified by the University, authenticate and seal it. Sealed envelope shall be submitted to the head of the department or authorized person.
Notes 1 One experiment from the regular practical syllabus will be conducted. (Total 40 Marks).
2 Viva-voce (10 Marks).
Year: Second Year Semester - III
Course: Materials Science and
Practical: PG - 4Hrs/Batch (10 Students) Practical Examination: 50 Marks
Term Work: 50 Marks
Objectives
1 To provide an intensive and in-depth learning to the students in field of Materials Science.
2 To study and impart knowledge on various properties of materials with examples
3 To impart awareness in the students about the various physio-chemical characterization techniques used to study transformations in the materials.
4 To impart awareness in the students about the research trends in different organizations through the laboratory course.
Sr.
1 Determination of crystal structure of given material/data by X-ray Diffractometer.
2 Determination of size of given samples/data from broadening of X-ray.
3 Determination of Band gap of given material/data by UV-Visible-IR spectroscopy.
4 Study of absorption spectra of given material/data by UV-Visible-IR spectroscopy.
5 Study of Thermogravimatric analysis of given sample/data
6 Determination of the energy band gap of Ge (Germanium) crystal by four probe method.
7 Determination of dielectric constant.
8 Ionic conductivity of NaCl: Study of the temperature variation of σ and estimation of activation energy
9 Electrical conductivity of metals and alloys with temperature-four probe method
10 Study of the phase transformations in ferroelectric crystals.
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Term Work: Term Work assessment shall be conducted for the Project, Tutorials and Seminar. Term work is continuous assessment based on work done, submission of work in the form of report/journal, timely completion, attendance, and understanding. It should be assessed by subject teacher of the institute. At
the end of the semester, the final grade for a Term Work shall be assigned based on the performance of the student and is to be submitted to the University.
Notes 1 Each student should perform at least 8 experiments from the list of experiments. 2 The experiments from the regular practical syllabus will be performed (40 Marks).
3 The regular attendance of students during the syllabus practical course will be monitored and
marks will be given accordingly (05 Marks). 4 Good Laboratory Practices (05 Marks)
Practical/Oral/Presentation: Practical/Oral/Presentation shall be conducted and assessed jointly by internal and external examiners. The performance in the Practical/Oral/Presentation examination shall be assessed by at least a pair of
examiners appointed as examiners by the University. The examiners will prepare the mark/grade sheet in the format as specified by the University, authenticate and seal it. Sealed envelope shall be submitted to the head of the department or authorized person.
Notes 1 One experiment from the regular practical syllabus will be conducted. (Total 40 Marks).
2 Viva-voce (10 Marks).
Year: Second Year Semester - III
Course: Electronics II &LASER
Term Work: 50 Marks
Objectives 1 To study various concepts regarding LASER and Optical Fibre through a series of experiments 2 To study designing of power supplies using various ICs
3 To study designing of digital circuits using various ICs
Sl.
1 Study of characteristics of LED and PIN Photo Detector
2 Study of frequency response of optical receiver
3 To study attenuation in optical fibers
4 To find numerical aperture of optical fibers
5 Study of CVCC/SMPS
6 Study of Regulated Power Supply using IC 723 (Low and High Voltage, 1 Ampere Current)
7 Designing of Power supply using IC 78XX/79XX.
8 DAC using R-2R Ladder
9 ADC using IC 0808/ IC 7109/ IC 741 / IC 324.
10 FSK Modulator and demodulator using XR 2206 and XR 2211.
11 PAM, PPM, PWP using IC 555
12 Designing of Time Multiplexing Circuit
13 Design of 3 bit synchronous counter using flip-flops (7476)
14 Design of asynchronous Up-down counter (min 3 bit)
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Term Work: Term Work assessment shall be conducted for the Project, Tutorials and Seminar. Term work is continuous assessment based on work done, submission of work in the form of report/journal, timely completion, attendance, and understanding. It should be assessed by subject teacher of the institute. At the end of the semester, the final grade for a Term Work shall be assigned based on the performance of
the student and is to be submitted to the University.
Notes 1 Each student should perform at least 8 experiments from the list of experiments.
2 The experiments from the regular practical syllabus will be performed (40 Marks).
3 The regular attendance of students during the syllabus practical course will be monitored and
marks will be given accordingly (05 Marks).
4 Good Laboratory Practices (05 Marks)
Practical/Oral/Presentation: Practical/Oral/Presentation shall be conducted and assessed jointly by internal and external examiners. The performance in the Practical/Oral/Presentation examination shall be assessed by at least a pair of examiners appointed as examiners by the University. The examiners will prepare the mark/grade sheet
in the format as specified by the University, authenticate and seal it. Sealed envelope shall be submitted to the head of the department or authorized person.
Notes 1 One experiment from the regular practical syllabus will be conducted. (Total 40 Marks).
2 Viva-voce (10 Marks).