PHYSICS II (Non E) (F. Y. B. Tech.)

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PHYSICS

II (Non E) (F.

Y.

B.

Tech
.
)


Teaching Scheme



Examination Scheme

Lectures : 3hrs/week

Practical : 2hrs/week


Mid
-
Sem
-

30, Assignments/Quiz
-

20



End
-
Sem Exam

-

50.


1
.

Structure of Solids and its Characterization


Crystalline state,
s
pace lattice,
c
rystal structure basis and lattice
, u
nit cell and
primitive cell in two dimensional lattice
,
Miller indices,
i
nter

planer distance of
lattice plane
, c
rystal systems
in brief
(cubic, monoclinic …Triclinic),
a
tomic
radius (simple cubic, fcc, b
cc)
, n
o. of atoms in unit cell
,

c
oordination number
,
p
acking fraction, X
-
ray diffraction: Bragg’s law,
X
-
ray spectrometer, analysis

2
.

Solid
S
tate
P
hysics


Free electron theory, band theory of solids,
c
lassification of solids on the basis of
band theory, Fermi
-
Dirac probability function,
po
sition of Fermi level in intrinsic
(with derivation) and extrinsic semiconductors,
s
emiconductor conductivity, Hall
Effect

3
.

S
tatistical
M
echanics


Microscopic and m
acroscopic systems,
b
asic postulates of statistical

mechanics,
p
robability ensembles,
p
artition function,
Fermi Dirac, Bose Einstein and
Maxwell Boltzmann statistics

4.

Statistical Thermodynamics


Reversible and irreversible processes,
laws of thermodynami
cs; z
eroth,

first,

second and third, s
tatistical interpretation of basis thermodynamic variables;
energy,

work, pressure, entropy, Helm
h
o
l
tz free energy.

5.

Thermal properties of solids


Thermal vibrations, specific heat of solids,
c
lassical theory: Dulong

P
etit law,
Einstein’s theory of specific heat,
D
ebye’s theory of specific heat: vibrationa
l
modes, density of
vibrational

mode, Debye’s approximation.

6.

Magnetism and
S
uperconductivity


Origin of
m
agnetic
m
oment, Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism; Langevin’s

Theory,
Ferromagnetism; Weiss Theory (Spontaneous magnetization and Domain

hypothesis), Anti
ferromagnetism, Ferrimagnetism


P
rinciple of superconductivity, Meissner effect,
p
roperties of superconductors,
Type
-
I and Type
-
II superconductors.



References:



Solid State Physics, Niel W. Aschcroft & N. David M
e
rmin, Thomson Books
Cole.



Solid State Physics,
S. O. Pillai
,
New Age International Publishers
.



Solid state electronic
d
evices, Ben G. Streetman, Sanjay Banerjee
Pearson
Prentice
-
Hall



Semiconductor devices
, physics and technology, S. M. Sze
,

Wiley



Concepts of Modern Physics
-

Arthur Beiser; Tata Mc

Graw


Hill Edition



Fundamentals of statistical Mechanics, B
.

B
.

Laud, New Age International

Publishers