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PHY 102E Physics-II

Individual Assignment

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PHY 102E Physics-II Individual Assignment Page 1 of 6 INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT PANIPAT PHY 102 E Physics-II

INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT PANIPAT PHY 102 E Physics-II

86141/86142/86143/86144

HAND OUT DATE

11.03.2015

HAND IN DATE

11.04.2015

MARKS

100

INSTRUCTION TO CANDIDATES:

1.

Use daily life’s example to explain the basic phenomena studied in Physics.

2.

Late submission will be awarded zero (0) unless Extenuating Circumstances (EC) is

upheld.

3.

Cases of plagiarism will be penalized. Copy the assignment of others will be awarded

with zero marks in final assessment.

4.

The assignment should be in hardcopy. The hard copy of the assignment should be

bound in an appropriate style (comb Bound or stapled).

5.

The writing and diagram should be neat and clean.

6.

The representation of answer is important.

7.

The basic definition of the principle/law/rule should be original.

8.

Students are encouraged and awarded with additional marks for new kind of solutions

other than given in various books.

9.

Care should be taken for page numbers during binding. The random page

number (Not in the sequence) will be results zero marks.

PHY 102E Physics-II

Individual Assignment

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Instructions:

Individual assignment contributes 20% of your Internal Assessment marks for this module.

Learning Outcomes

ON COMPLETION OF THE MODULE YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING

After completion of this assignment, Students are able to explain the application of physics in various phenomena occurring in our daily life.

They can explain the principle and applications of modern physics like photoconductivity, superconductivity used in different branch of engineering

The band theory of solid helps the student to understand the application of semiconductor Physics.

The knowledge of crystal structure helps the student to understand the different properties of materials.

PHY 102E Physics-II

Individual Assignment

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Assignment Title: Physics-II

Each question carries 10 marks

1. What do you mean by Miller Indices? Find a relation between inter-planar spacing and Miller indices.

2. Discuss the Schottky defect in solids. Derive an expression for the concentration and

discuss the effect of temperature.

3. Explain diffraction of X-rays and derive Bragg’s Law. How powder method can be used for determination of crystal structure.

4. Derive time dependent Schrödinger equation and discuss the physical significance of ψ

5. What do you mean by Thermionic emission? Derive Richardson-Dushman Equation.

6. Write a short note on any two

(5x2=10)

(i) Fermi Dirac Distribution (ii) Density of state (iii) Widenmann Franz law

7. What do you mean by photoconductivity? Discuss a simple model to show the variation of photoconductivity with illumination.

8. What do you mean by paramagnetism? Discuss the Lavagevin’s theory of paramagnetism and discuss the effect of temperature on paramagnetic susceptibility.

9. Derive London equations. Show that the London equations explain the Maxwell’s equation and flux penetration.

10. Draw the following Miller planes (001) (010) (001) (110) (101) (011) (111) (121) (221)

(131)

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Marks allocation:

1. Maximum marks for assignment

: 100 MARKS

Assignment will be assessed on the basis of following marking criteria.

Q. No-1

Marking Scheme

Definition of Miller Indices

02 Marks

Steps to find out MI

02 Marks

Derivation

05 Marks

Concluding remarks

01 Marks

Q.

No-2

Answer: Discussion on Schottky defects

02 Marks

Derivation for concentration

05 Marks

Discussion on temperature

02 Marks

Concluding remarks

01 Marks

Q.

No-3

Answer: Discussion on X-Ray Diffraction

03 Marks

Derivation of Bragg’s Law

03 Marks

Experimental set and discussion on powder method

04 Marks

Q.

No-4

Answer: Derivation of Schrödinger equation

07 Marks

Significance of wave function

03 Marks

Q.

No-5

Answer. Description of thermionic emission

02 Marks

Derivation

06 Marks

Discussion on graph

02 Marks

Q.

No-6

Answer. (i) Fermi Dirac function

02 Marks

Effect of temperature

03 Marks

(ii) Definition of density of state

02 Marks

Derivation

03 Marks

(iii) Statement of law

02 Marks

Derivation

03 Marks

Q.

No-7

Answer Definition of Photoconductivity

02 Marks

Simple model Description and derivation

06 Marks

Concluding remarks

02 Marks

Q. No-8

Answer: Definition of paramagnetism

02 Marks

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Derivation of the magnetic susceptibility

05 Marks

Effect of Temperature and graph

03 Marks

Q.No-9

Answer: Need of London Equation

02 Marks

Derivation of London Equation

05 Marks

Discussion on Meissner effect and flux exclusion

03 Marks

Q.No-10

Answer: Each Plane on separate unit cell

1 Marks

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ASSIGNMENT REQUIREMENTS

You are required to work individually.

Expected length of the report is from 2500 to 3000 words (20-25 A4 sheets both

side).

Marking scheme is attached with the assignment. Carefully read it and answer

accordingly.

Ensure that the assignment is written on standard A4 (210 X 297 mm) sized

paper. Paper weight of 75 GSM is highly recommended. The report must be in

spiral binding.

Left space 1” on each side of paper

Every assignment must have a printed front cover. A transparent plastic sheet can

be placed in front of the report to protect the front cover.

Plagiarism is a serious offence and will automatically be awarded zero (0)

marks.

The total marks obtained in the assignment will be added in final internal assessment according to following formula

Final assessment (Out of 10) = Marks obtained in assignment/10

The fractional marks will be rounded off as per standard rule.

Important Notes: Submission after last date will not be accepted and zero marks will be

awarded in final internal

of plagiarism/copying the assignment of others, otherwise he/she will be penalized.

It is advised to student to not involve in any kind