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76 HSIIDC
Ambala Cantt 133001 (India) |
Physics |
Heat & Sound | Light | Electricity | Mechanics | Electronics | New Physics Experiments | ||||
Optics | |||
To Determine the wave length of Sodium light by Newton’s Rings Method | |||
To Determine the wave length of Prominent lines of Mercury light by Plane Diffraction gratings with the help of Spectrometer |
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To Determine the wave length of Sodium light using diffraction gratings | |||
To Determine the Dispersive Power of the material of a prism for violet and yellow colour of Mercury light with the help of Spectrometer |
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To Find the Cauchy ‘s Constant of a Prism using a Spectrometer | |||
To Determine the specific Rotation of Sugar using Laurent’s Half shade Polarimeter | |||
To Determine the specific Rotation of Glucose/Sugar solution using Bi-quartz Polarimeter | |||
To Determine the Height of an object with the help of a Sextant | |||
To Determine the Wave length of monochromatic light with the help of Fresnel’s Bi-prism | |||
To Determine the Numerical Aperature of an Optical Fiber with laser | |||
To Determine the Profile of a He-Ne Laser with laser He-Ne laser 2mW with Power supply for above |
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To Verify the Expression for the Resolving Power of a Telescope | |||
To Determine the Focal Length of a Combination of two convergent lenses using Nodal Slide arrangement |
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Wave length of Sodium light by Michelson Interferometer | |||
To Determine the specific Resistance by Carey foster Bridge | |||
To Determine Ballistic Constant of a Ballistic Galvanometer Galvanometer | |||
To Determine the Electronic charge by Millikan’s Method | |||
Electrical and Electronics | |||
To find the value of e/m for an Electron by Thomson Method | |||
To Determine the value of e/m for electron by Helical Method | |||
To Determine the variation of Magnetic field with the distance along the axis of a circular coil |
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To Determine the high Resistance by Leakage Method | |||
Hall Effect Experimental set up | |||
Four Probe Resistivity Experiment | |||
Energy Band gap of a Semi Conductor Diode (KIT Form) | |||
To Convert a Galvanometer into an ammeter of range 1.5A and calibrate it | |||
To Convert a Galvanometer into a Voltmeter of range 1.5V and calibrate it | |||
To Convert a Galvanometer into a Voltmeter (KIT Form) | |||
To Convert a Galvanometer into an ammeter (KIT Form) | |||
To Verify Stefan’s Law by Electrical method (KIT ForM) | |||
Apparatus for e.c.e of a Copper using Tangent/Helmoltz Galvanometer | |||
To Determine the Internal Resistance of a Primary cell using 10 wire Potentiometer | |||
To Calibrate a Moving Coil Electrodynamometer type | |||
Ammeter using DC Slide wire Potentiometer | |||
To Calibrate a Moving Coil Electrodynamometer type | |||
Voltmeter using a DC Slide Wire Potentiometer | |||
To Calibrate a Electro Dynamometer type single phase Wattmeter, using Slide wire Potentiometer | |||
OSAW Calibration of Dynamometer Power Factor Meter | |||
To Calibrate a Moving Coil Electrodynamometer type | |||
Ammeter using DC Crompton Potentiometer | |||
To Calibrate a Moving Coil Electrodynamometer type | |||
Voltmeter using a DC Crompton Potentiometer | |||
Measurement of Parameters of a choke coil using 3 voltmeter & 3 Ammeter |
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To Calibrate a Voltmeter using 10 wire Potentiometer | |||
To Calibrate a Ammeter using 10 wire Potentiometer | |||
To Measure Self Inductance using Maxwell’s Bridge | |||
Measurement of Capacitance using Schering bridge | |||
Measurement of Frequency by Wein’s Frequency Bridge And Anderson Bridge, Wein’s Capacitance Bridge, Hay’s Bridge, Owen’s Bridge etc |
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NOTE :- IF THE ABOVE BRIDGES ARE REQUIRED WITH DIGITAL NULL DETECTOR THEN COST OF DIGITAL NULL DETECTOR WILL BE EXTRA |
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Variation of THERMO EMF of Thermocouple with temperature | |||
To Calculate Hysteresis loss by tracing B H curve for Given sample (without CRO) |
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To Find the value of High Resistance by Substitution Method Mechanics |
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To Determine the Modulus of Rigidity of a wire by Maxwell’s Needle | |||
To find the Young’s Modulus, Modulus of rigidity and Poisson’s Ratio for The material of a wire by Searle’s method |
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To Find the Surface Tension of water by Jager’s Method | |||
To Find the Co-efficient of thermal conductivity of copper using Searle’s Conductivity apparatus |
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To Find the co-efficient of Thermal conductivity of bad conductor Using Lee’s Disc method |
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To Determine the Mechanical equivalent of Heat by Callender and Barne’s method |
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To Determine the frequency of AC mains using Sonometer | |||
To Determine the frequency of Electrically maintained Tuning fork using Melde’s method |
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To Find the Frequency of AC mains using Electrical Vibrator | |||
To Find the Co-efficient of self Inductance by Raleigh Bridge | |||
To find the Ionization Potential of a Mercury | |||
Measurement of Resistively by P O Box | |||
Measurement of Plank’s Constant by LED | |||
Charging and discharging of a condenser | |||
To study the Rise and decay of current in RC/LR circuit | |||
LCR Impedance Kit | |||
Richardson Equation Kit | |||
Voltage doubler and Trippler kit | |||
RMS Average Peak kit | |||
Study of capacitances, Resistances and diodes | |||
Dielectric Constant complete set up | |||
Determination of Coupling Co-efficient of Peizoelectric | |||
Crystal Complete set up | |||
OSAW Biot’s Savart Law complete set up | |||
To verify Malus Law | |||
Instrument test scale (ITS) | |||
Tripod Testing Stand (TTS) | |||
Definition Collimator | |||
Resolution Collimator | |||
Auxillary Telescope | |||
G.P. Collimator | |||
Quarter wave plate | |||
Half wave plate | |||
Calibration of Ammeter using Slide Wire Potentiometer | |||
Calibration of Voltmeter using Crompton Potentiometer | |||
Measurement of Resistance using Crompton Potentiometer | |||
Measure of Low Resistance using Student Kelvin double bridge | |||
Polarisation of Light using Simple Reflecting using laser diode | |||
compare illumination Power of a 2 given sources of light using L B Photometer | |||
To Determine diameter of a lycopodium powder using Corona Rings | |||
To determine the velocity of ultrasonic waves in a given liquid | |||
To Study the absorption spectrum of iodine | |||
To study the Hydrogen spectrum and determine the Rydberg constant | |||
To verify the black body radiation phenomenon using a spectrometer | |||
The constant deviation spectrometer | |||
The Fabry Perot Interferrometer | |||