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LECTURE


PLAN

For B. Tech. Ist Year (
IInd

Semester) Engineering Students of all Branches

APPLIED PHYSICS
-

I
I

(2012
-
13)

PAPER CODE: ETPH
-
10
4

Total

Theory Classes


28; Tutori
al Classes
-
14.

Lecture/Tutorial

Topics


First Term
: Electromagnetic Theory and Quantum Mechanics
:


L1:
Motion of Charged Particles in Electric and Magnetic Fields, Lorentz Force on Charged Particles.

L2:

Charged Particle’s motion in Crossed Electric And Magnetic Fields, Velocity Selector Technique,
Principle of Magnetic Focussing.

T1: Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lectures.


L3:
Gauss Law of Electrostatics and its Applications, Amp
ere’s Law , Maxwell’s Displacement Current
.

L4:
Charge Continuity Equation, Inconsistency in Ampere’s Law, Gradient, Divergence and Curl of a
Physical Quantity, Maxwell’s Equations of Electro
-
Magnetic Fields ( Integral and Differential Forms).

T2:
Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lectures.

L5:
Poynting Vector and Poynting

Theorm

(Statement Only), Propagation and Energy Flow in Electro
-
Magnetic Waves.

L6:


Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves in Non
-
Conducting Medium, Direct
ion of E and H , Phase
of E and H, Poynting Vector and Power Flow.


T3: Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lectures.

L7:
Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves in Conducting Medium, Cases of Poor Conductors
and Good Condu
ctors.

T4: Numerical Problems relating to above One Lecture.

L8:
De
-
Broglie Hypothesis, Matter waves, Davisson and Germer Experiment on Diffraction of Electrons.

L9:
Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Concept of wave Packet, Experimental P
roofs of the Principle.


T5: Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lectures.

L10:
Postulates of Quantum Mechanics, Physical Interpretations of Wave Function,
Expectation value.

L11:
Schrodinger Wave Equation for a Free Particle, Time Depend
ent and Time Independent Schrodinger
Wave Equations.

T6: Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lectures.



L12:
Quantum Particle in a Box, its Energy Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions.

L13: Single Step Potential Barrier for a Quantum Particle,

Reflection, Transmission and Tunneling
Phenomena at the Barrier.


T
7
: Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lectures.


Se
cond Term
:

Statistical Physics and Solid State Physics (Semiconductors and
Superconductors):

L14:
Maxwell
-
Boltzman
n , Bose
-
Einstein and Fermi
-
Dirac Statistics and Their Features.

L15:
Derivation of Fermi
-
Dirac and Bose
-
Einstein Distribution Functions from Quantum Statistics.


L16:
Applications of Fermi
-
Dirac Distribution Function for Electron Gas and Bose
-
Einste
in Distribution
Function for Heat Radiation from a Black body.

T8: Numerical Problems relating to above
Three

Lecture
s
.

L17:
Band Theory of Solids, Classification of Solids,

Semiconductors.

L18:
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors, Concentr
ation of Electrons and Holes in Semiconductors.



T9: Numerical Problems relating to above
Two

Lectures.

L19: P
-
N Junction Diode,

Breakdown in Diodes

, Zener Diode , Tunnel Diode, Their Current
-
Voltage
Characteristics and Applications.

T10: N
umerical Problems relating to above One Lecture.

L20:
Superconductivity, Meissner Effect, Type I and Type II Superconductors.

.

L21:

BCS Theory of Super
-
Conduction, with its Salient features.


T1
1
:
Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lec
tures.


L22:
Current Flow in Normal Conductors and Superconductors. London’s Equations for Current Density
,
Electric

and Magnetic Field
s

in Superconductors.


L23:
Explanation of Meissner Effect from London’s Equations. Penetration Depth of Mag
netic Induction B
in Superconductors.
Applications of Superconductors.


T1
2
: Numerical Problems relating to above Two Lectures.



Third

Term
:

Crystal Structures, X Rays and Ultrasonics:


L24:
Crystalline and Non
-
Crystalline Solids. La
ttice and Basis Structure in Crystalline Solids.

L25:

Reciprocal Lattice Structure, Crystal Lattice Planes and Directions.


L26:
Bragg’s Law of Diffraction of X
-
Rays, X
-
Rays Production and their Properties and Applications.

T1
3
: Numerical Proble
ms relating to above T
hree

Lectures.

L2
7
:
Ultrasonic Waves, Piezoelectricity and its Inverse, Generation and Reception of Ultrasonic Waves by
Piezoelectric Oscillators and Megneto
-
striction Oscillators,


L28:
Non
-
destructive Testing, and Characteriz
ation of Materials

by Ultrasonics and their Applications in
Engineering.


T14: Numerical Problems relating to above
Two

Lecture
s
.


TEXT BOOKS:

1)


Engineering Physics by R. K. Gaur and S. L. Gupta.

2)

Engineering Physics by Abhijit Nayak.

3)

Applied Physic
s, Volume
I
I ,

by S. P. Taneja.

4)

Introduction to Electrodynamics by Griffith.

5)

Solid state Physics by Charles Kittel.

R
EFERENCE

B
OOKS
:

1.

Concepts of
Modern Physics by A, Beiser.

2.

Electromagnetic Waves and Radiation Systems by Jordan and Balmain.

3.

Quantum Me
chanics by L. I. Schiff.