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LABORATORY MANUAL OF PHYSICS (Vol. 1)
Dr. Madhusudan Jana
First Published: 2020
- Introduction and Instruments
- Waves and Optics
- Thermal Physics
- Elements of Modern Physics
- Solid State Physics
- Electromagnetic Theory
- Some Physical Constants
ABOUT THE BOOK
1. The Laboratory Manual of Physics covers all the experiments in UGC CBCS SEMESTER-based curriculum introduced recently in all Universities. This volume – I covers experiments related to Mechanics and GPM, Sound and Optics, Thermal Physics, Modern Physics, Solid State Physics, and Electromagnetic theory in separate chapters.
2. The book is written in very lucid manner so that students can follow easily.
3. The book is useful to Physics Core, GE as well as General Students.
4. The theoretical background and procedure or steps to be followed to perform each experiment are described thoroughly.
5. The tables for systematic data recording are given in the experimental observations section of each experiment.
6. Precautions along with discussions are appended in each experiment.
7. Required physical constants are given in the appendix for the benefit of the users.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dr. Madhusudan Jana, did his Ph.D. work from the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur. Many international papers on his field have been published from various journals of repute. He presented his works in many national and international conferences including the 17th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition in Munich, Germany. He has authored (1) Statistical Mechanics: ISBN- 9788184873632: Narosa Publishing House (New Delhi), (2) Statistical Mechanics: ISBN-9781842659113: Alpha Science International Pvt. Ltd. (U.K.), (3) Fundamentals Of Quantum Mechanics: ISBN - 978-81-8487- 653-6: Narosa Publishing House (New Delhi), (4) Fundamentals Of Quantum Mechanics: ISBN - 978-1783324057: Alpha Science International Pvt. Ltd. (U.K.) for UG students and others for +2 level students. He is presently working as an Associate Professor in Physics. He has an active interest in experimental Physics.