Theory of relativity:Inertial and non inertial frame and fictitious force, Michelson Moreley experiment and postulates of special theory of relativity, Galilean and Lorentz transformations of space and time – Length contraction, time dilation, relativistic velocity, equivalence of mass and energy;Dynamics of fluid:Continuity equation, Bernoulli’s theorem and its application,Torcelli’s theorem, Viscosity flow of liquid through a capillary tube, capillaries in series and parallel, poiseuille’s equation Stoke’s formula, application of stoke’s theorem, effect of temperature and pressure on viscosity;Acoustics:Propagation and superposition of sound waves, reflection, diffraction and refraction of sound waves, production and application of ultrasonics, acoustics of buildings;Thermal Physics:Kinetic theory of gases – Maxwellian dist., imperfect gases, Vanderwaal’s equation of states, production and measurement of low and high pressure;Geometrical optics:Review of formation of images by lenses, combination of thin and thick lenses,Aberrations, doublets, location and properties of cardinal points, graphical construction of images;Physical optics:Interference:Superposition principle, intensity distribution, condition for interference, coherent and non coherent source, classification of fringes,system for observing the interfernce phenomna and engineering application of interference phenomena;Diffraction:Fraunhoffer diffraction for Single slit and double slit, diffraction grating, resolving power of a grating, image forming systems;Polarisation:Propagation of electromagnetic wave and its representation, concept of phase, randomly, plane, circular and elliptical polarized light,polarization of light by reflection, polarizer (Malus law), and crystal, retardation plated and polarimeter;Experiment Error analyses:Decay of current in an RC circuit – Determination of Planck’constant using Photocell – Focal length of combination of lenses – Coefficient of viscosity of water – Thermal conductivity of a bad and good conductor – Calibration of a thermocouple and measurement of unknown temperature – Determination of wavelength of light by Newton’s ring method – Determination of slit width by single slit method – Dispersive power of the material of the prism – Polarization of light – Use of Carry foster bridge – Study of electromagnetic induction – Study of electromagnetic damping and determination of terminal velocity reached by a magnet falling in a metallic tube – Study of LCR circuit with ac current

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Introduction Details 30:32
Malus law & Superposition of ways Details 29:54
Double Refraction Details 40:22
Interference of polarized light Details 37:48
Optical Activity Details 33:51
Introduction. Details 34:53
Stationary Waves & Reflection, Refraction and Diffraction Details 35:46
Ultrasonics Details 34:22
Acoustics of Buildings – Part I Details 28:34
Acoustics of Buildings – Part II Details 33:36
Interference of light Part-1 Details 48:20
Interference of light Part-2 Details 53:2
Interference of light Part-3 Details 30:35
Interference by Division of Wave front Details 25:12
Interference by Division of Amplitude Details 32:35
Coherence and Application of Interference Details 26:17
Diffraction Part-01 Details 41:38
Diffraction Part-02 Details 53:36
Diffraction Part-03 Details 36:53
Diffraction by a circular aperture Details 33:15
Kinetic theory of gases- part 01 Details 0:40
Kinetic theory of gases- part 02 Details 29:57
Maxwellian distribution law of velocity -part 01 Details 42:4
Maxwellian distribution law of velocity -part 02 Details 43:51
Maxwellian distribution law of velocity -part 03 Details 23:32
Vanderwaal’s equation of states-part01 Details 39:55
Vanderwaal’s equation of states-part02 Details 39:48
Vanderwaal’s equation of states-part03 Details 42:51
Fluid Mechanics-part01 Details 46:2
Fluid Mechanics-part02 Details 34:25
Introduction of special relativity Details 50:47
Consequences of special relativity-1 Details 46:24
Consequences of special relativity-2 Details 49:44
Consequences of special relativity-3 Details 43:56
Consequences of special relativity-4 Details 53:34
Consequences of special relativity-5 Details 0:42
Introduction.. Details 45:28
Image formation by lenses Details 39:25
Lens aberrations – Part I Details 24:4
Lens aberrations – Part II Details 29:15

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