1 | Study of photo cell (Selenium) |

2 | Power factor of AC circuits by Joule’s Calorimeter |

3 | Determination of resistance of a given wire using P.O. box & specific resistance of the material of wire |

4 | Determination of internal resistance of a primary cell by MANCE’s method using P.O. box |

5 | Determination of resistance of a Galvanometer by KELVIN’s Method using P.O. box |

6 | Combined set-up of above given expt. No. 03,04,05 |

7 | Determination of internal resistance of a primary cell by using potentiometer |

8 | Calibration of a Voltmeter with help of a potentiometer |

9 | Calibration of a Am-meter with help of a potentiometer |

10 | Study of the variation in potential drop with length of wire using potentiometer |

11 | Comparison of two small resistance by using a potentiometer |

12 | Comparison of electro motive forces (EMF’s) of two primary Cells by using potentiometer |

13 | Determination of mechanical equivalent of heat (J) by electrical method(Joule’s Calorimeter) |

14 | Determination of Plank’s Constant by solar cell |

15 | Study of resonance in LCR circuit and damping effect |

16 | Determination of resistance of a wire using Voltmeter and Am-meter |

17 | Relationship between the resistance and length of wire using Voltmeter and Am-meter |

18 | Verification of law of resistance in series and parallel combination using Voltmeter and Am-meter |

19 | Verification of law of resistance in series and parallel combination using P.O. box |

20 | Determination of internal resistance of cell using Voltmeter and Am-meter |

21 | Study of rise and decay of current in LR circuit with a source of constant EMF |

22 | Determination of resistance of a given wire using Meter Bridge and the specific resistance of the material of the wire |

23 | Verification of law of resistance in series and parallel combination using MeterBridge |

24 | Determination of internal resistance of cell using Voltmeter and Resistance box |

25 | Determination of specific resistance of a material and difference between two small Resistances using carry Foster’s Bridge |

26 | Determination of the value of horizontal components of Earth Field (BH) using Tangent Galvanometer and Am-meter |

27 | Determination of ‘J’ by Callendar and Barne’s method |

28 | Determination of Velocity of sound in air |

29 | Study of Power Factor with frequency of a given coil using CRO |

30 | Determination of Stefan’s Constant |

31 | Study of Electro-Magnetic induction and verification of Farady’s Laws |

32 | Study of thermo E.M.F. using Digital DC micro-voltmeter and sand bath |

33 | Study of the random Decay and determination of Decay constant using statistical board |

34 | Study of the Viscous Fluid (AIR) damping of a compound pendulum |

35 | Study of Electromagnetic Damping of a compound pendulum and to find out the variation of damping co-efficient with the distance of the conducting Lamina |

36 | Determination of value of Modulus of Rigidity of the material of given wire with Maxwell’s needle |

37 | Study of compound pendulum system, study of oscillations in mixed modes and Determination of the period of energy exchange between the two oscillators |

38 | Study of the verification of time period with amplitude in large angle oscillations Using compound pendulum |

39 | Study of Damping using compound pendulum |

40 | Study of excitation of normal modes and frequency spliting measurements using coupled oscillators |

41 | Study of the frequency of energy transfer as a function of coupling strength using Coupled Oscillators |

42 | To find out melting point of a given substance using platinum resistance thermometer |

43 | Determination of Young’s Modulus by bending beam |

44 | To determine the value of Young’s Modulus of rigidity and poisson’s ratio by Searle’s apparatus |

45 | Determination of the ballistic constant of a Ballistic Galvanometer |

46 | Measurement of resistivity of semiconductor by four probe method at different temp. and determination of the band gap |

47 | Susceptibility of parmagnetic solution by Quincke’s method |

48 | Hall Effect experiment set-up |

49 | Newton ring experimental set-up |

50 | Refractive Index of prism by spectrometer |

51 | Refractive Index of liquid by spectrometer |

52 | Measurement of wavelength by diffraction grating by spectrometer |

53 | Resolving power of a prism by spectrometer |

54 | Resolving power of a telescope |

55 | Refractive Index of prism using I.D. curve by spectrometer |

56 | Determination of Cauchy’s constant by spectrometer |

57 | Absorption Co-efficient of liquid with the help of photo voltaic cell method |

58 | Determination of Hysteresis Loss of a transformer by C.R.O. |

59 | Variation of the angle of rotation of the plane of polarization using polarimeter |

60 | Measurement of wavelength of sodium light by diffraction grating |

61 | Refractive Index of prism using sodium light by spectrometer |

62 | Young’s Modulus ‘Y’ of glass by Cornu’s method |

63 | Curie temperature of monel metal |

64 | Absorption spectrum of Iodine vapour |

65 | Plank’s constant by spectrometer and photo voltaic cell |

66 | Polarisation of light by simple reflaction |

67 | Brewter’s angle and refractive index of glass by using spectrometer and Polaroid |

68 | Malus law (Cosine square law) for plane polarized light by photo voltaic cell |

69 | Elliptically polarized light by means of photo voltaic cell |

70 | Fresenel’s formula for the reflaction of light by spectrometer |

71 | Harmenn’s formula using a prism and spectrometer |

72 | Dispersive power of a plane transmission diffraction grating |

73 | Refractive indices of calcite for the ordinary and extra ordinary rays by spectrometer |

74 | Magnifying power of telescope by slit method using a microscope |

75 | Hydrogen spectrum and Rydberg’s constant |

76 | Melde’s experiment using electrically tuning fork |

77 | Thickness of a thin foil by wedge method arrangement |

78 | Frequency of AC supply and capacitance of a capacitor by using electrical vibrator |

79 | Experiments with Sonometer |

80 | Temperature co-efficient of resistance of conductors |

81 | Conductivity of a solution using a P.O. box and moving coil galvanometer |

82 | Resolving power of a diffraction grating by spectrometer |

83 | The wave length of sodium light and thickness of a Mica sheet with the help of a Fresenel’s Bi-Prism |

84 | Dispersive power of the material of prism by spectrometer |

85 | Comparison of capacities of two condensers using coulomb meter |

86 | High resistance by leakage method using digital D.C.microvoltmeter |

87 | Measurement of high resistance by substitution using digital nanometer |

88 | Comparison of capacities method of mixtures using coulomb meter |

89 | Determination of capacitance of a capacitor using coulomb meter |

90 | Characteristics of a solar cell |

91 | Fermi energy apparatus |

92 | Resistance and current sensitivity of moving coil galvanometer using P.O. box |

93 | Moment of Inertia of given body using Inertia table |

94 | Determination of the value ‘g’ with bar pendulum |

95 | Verification of Newton’s law of cooling |

96 | Determination of specific heat of a given liquid by Newton’s law of cooling |

97 | Finding the focal length of a convex lens by displace method |

98 | Finding the focal length of a convex mirror using plane mirror and convex lens |

99 | Determination of the refractive index of a liquid using concave mirror |

100 | Determination of acceleration due to gravity using simple pendulum and finding Length of second pendulum |