Applied Physics - I

ISBN Number : 978-93-5142-855-8

Student Price : Rs.175

Student Dollar Price : 7$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2014

No. Of Pages : 192

About The Book

Best exploration of technology is based on better understanding of fundamental principles of Physics. Keeping this in mind, the text book entitled “Applied Physics”, which caters the complete syllabus of B.Tech I sem- Chemical engineering Chemical and technology Bio technology course of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University has been written in a concise and very simple way. Every Chapter at arts with simple introduction and then related topics are covered with detailed description with the help of figures. Every chapter ends with list of formulae, solved problems unsolved exercise and review questions to test the knowledge and understanding acquired by the students after going through the chapter.

Syllabus of B.Tech Semester-I contain 6 units, starting with Chapter I on Viscosity which is internal friction in fluid. Basic concepts of liquid flow, viscosity, its cause and effect on liquids, verious methods employed for the dertermination of viscosity of liquids like glycerin, castor oil, alcohol etc are explained in detail.

Chapter 2 is on Surface tension, which is a commpnoly observed phenomenon in our daily life. This phenomenon explains why mercury when placed on a table splits up into number of spheres of diffrent sizes, water bead on a leaf, raindrops and soap bubble are spherical in shape, water dripping from a tap is spherical etc. This chapter deals with surface tension and its occurrence, the effect of surface tenstion, and various methods such as Searl's torsion balance method, Jaeger's method and Quincke's method to determine the surface tenstion of the liquids.

Chapter 3. Interference explain the root causes of the striking colour effects caused by white light on soap bubble, oil slick, iridescence of morph butterfly, feathers of peacock, which are well now to us. Experiments based on this phenomenon and their applications are also illustrated.

Chapter 4 is on Polarisation the phenomenon that proved the nature of light. This chapter mainly deals with the property of one sideness of light, types of polarized light, various methods to obtain and detect plane, circularly and elliptically polarised light.

Chapter 5 is on Lasers an invention in search of application is now finding their application in almost every filed. Basic concept of laser operation, requirements for laser production are explained in detail by considering Ruby, He-Ne, Semi conductor diode laser as examples.

Chapter 6 is on Pumps and gauges deals with ultra high vacuum technology and various devices used to measure these low pressures are descussed in detail.

 

Contents :

1. Viscosity
2. Surface Tension
3. Interference
4. Polarisation
5. Lasers
6. Pumps and Gauges

About The Author

Dr.N.Thejo Kalyani is Assistant Professor in the Department Of Physics, Priyadarshini College of Engineering, Nagpur. She obtained her Master`s degree in Physics from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, and stood University 1st position. She persuaded her doctoral work from RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, in 2010 on the topic entitled "Development of Red Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED)". She has received many awards and honors like Young Scientist award, best research paper presentation award and best research poster presentation award in various International / National conferences. She has 31 research papers in various International / National Journals and Conferences to her credit. She is a Ph.D. supervisor in RTM Nagpur University. She is involved in teaching profession for B.E. First Year since last 8 years with good rapport with the students. She is associated with various professional bodies such as MRSI, LSI etc.

Mrs. S.M. Sawde is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Physics, Priyadarshini Institute of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur. She obtained her Master’s degree in Physics from Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur. She is perusing her doctoral work from RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur on the topic entitled “Synthesis and Study of Some Luminescent Organic Complexes”. She has 9 research papers in various International/National Journals and Conferences to her credit. Her research interest is synthesis and characterization of organic complexes by simple chemical reactions. She is involved in teaching profession since last 11 years with good empathy with the students. She is associated with professional bodies such as Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) and Luminescence Society of India (LSI).

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