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Marks Distributions: Experiment + Record: 60; Viva: 30 Question: From Materials Physics Lab (Prof.

Anshuman Dalvi)
Q.1. Measure the electrical conductivity of silver iodide in the range room temperature to 125 degrees. Plot conductivity (in !-1cm-1) as a function of 1000/T (T in Kelvin). Obtain activation energies in eV. (you may use log or semi log graph) Q.2. In a DTA experiment (i) plot "T (arb. Units) versus T (0C) (ii) Obtain phase transition temperature of AgI

Model Questions

Question: From Surface Science/Liquid Crystal Lab (Prof. Raj Kumar Gupta)
Q.1. Obtain the IV curves for the given material at different temperatures. Plot the IV curves and estimate the conductance from the graph. Q.2. Plot the spectra of the given LEDs and calculate the spectral purity. Q.3. Calculate the thickness of the given film using ellipsometer.

Question: From Microwave Lab. (Prof. Debashis Bandyopadhyay) Q.1. Question: Gunn Diode
(a) Assembled the experimental setup and show the signal on oscilloscope for any attenuation. (b) Show the Gunn characteristic and calculate negative resistance. (c) Experimentally find out the frequency of the microwave and compare with the value obtained by the frequency meter. (d) Viva (Marks will be deducted wrong method/alignment to perform the experiment) (15+15+10+15+5) (30)

Q.2. Question: Klystron Characteristic


(a) Arrange the experimental setup. (b) For 230V beam voltage obtained the any two tuning zones by taking at least 7 readings in each zone and corresponding frequencies. (c) Draw voltage and frequency response curves. (d) Viva (Marks will be deducted for wrong method/alignment to perform the experiment) (15+30+15) (30)

Q.3. Question: Antenna wave pattern


(a) Assembled the experimental setup and show the signal on oscilloscope screen. (b) Calculate the minimum distance of separation between two given horns to study the antenna wave pattern assuming average frequency as 10Gz. (c) Show the antenna wave pattern in H and E planes.

(d) Calculate the FWHM in both the planes. (e) Viva (Marks will be deducted for wrong method/alignment to perform the experiment)

(15+5+25+15) (30)

Question: From Thin Film lab (Prof. Subhashis Gangopadhyay)


Q.1. Electrical resistivity and magnetic susceptibility measurements (a) Determine the resistivity (#) of a given metal sheet of thickness 0.5 mm at 320K, using 4-probe resistivity measurement technique. (b) Find the frequency response (10-1000 Hz) of magnetic susceptibility ($) of a given material at room temperature and determine the frequency range suitable for temperature dependent magnetic susceptibility measurement. Marks distribution (Total 90 marks) Lab performances (20+20) = 40 Graphs and figures = 12 Discussion = 08 Viva: =30