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Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits
PHY108 APPLIED PHYSICS-II 13563::Neeraj Kumar 3.0 0.0 0.0 3.0
Course Category Courses with conceptual focus
TextBooks
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
T-1 Applied Physics Arthur Beiser, Ajoy
Ghatak, S.C. Garg
1st 2013 Mc graw Hill
Reference Books
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
R-1 Solid State Electronic Devices Ben G. Streetman, Sanjay
Banerjee
6th 2009 PHI Learning Private Limited
R-2 Lasers and Non Linear Optics B. B. Laud 3rd 2011 New Age international ltd,India
R-3 Quantum Physics of Atoms,
Molecules, Solids, Nuclei and
Particles
Robert Eisberg, Robert
Resnick
2nd 2006 Wiley
R-4 Introduction to Solid State Physics Charles Kittel 8th 2012 Wiley
Other Reading
Sr No Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference)
OR-1 Physics -2 Class XI, NCERT ,
Relevant Websites
Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
RW-1 http://www-g.eng.cam.ac.uk/mmg/teaching/linearcircuits/diode.html Diffusion and Drift Currents in semiconductors
RW-2 http://jas.eng.buffalo.edu/education/pnapp/solarcell/index.html Solar cell design
RW-3 http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/primer/lightandcolor/particleorwavehome.html Dual nature of light
RW-4 http://en2k6.blogspot.in/2008/02/free-electron-theory.html Free electron theory
RW-5 https://www.osha.gov/dte/library/radiation/laser_rmcoeh_20021007/slide1.html Laser Safety ppt
RW-6 http://www.slideshare.net/Alisha1991/ppt-on-remote-sensing-system-10099057 Remote sensing
Audio Visual Aids
Sr No (AV aids) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
AV-1 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19886534 History of LED
AV-2 http://juniorscience.net/JuniorScience08/jsss/files/electronics.html Introduction to diode audio
AV-3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbkEfYohXTA A video on convection
Virtual Labs
Sr No (VL) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
VL-1 http://jas.eng.buffalo.edu/education/semicon/neutrality/forwardPN/index.html Forward biased pn junction
VL-2 http://www.absorblearning.com/media/attachment.action?quick=14r&att=2923 Formation of depletion layer
VL-3 http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/states-of-matter-basics Change in state when heat is applied
VL-4 http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/quantum-tunneling Quantum mechanical tunneling
VL-5 http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/lasers Simulation on lasers
VL-6 http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/hydrogen-atom Models of hydrogen atom
VL-7 http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/semiconductor Simulation on Semiconductors
VL-8 http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/states-of-matter-basics States of matter
VL-9 http://www.absorblearning.com/media/attachment.action?quick=12p&att=2775 An animation which shows sea floor spreading due to convection
VL-10 http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/optical-tweezers Optical tweezers
Week
Number
Lecture
Number
Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections
of Text/reference
books
Other Readings,
Relevant
Websites, Audio
Visual Aids,
software and
Virtual Labs
Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool
Demonstration/ Case
Study / Images /
animation / ppt etc.
Planned
Week 1 Lecture 1 Solid State Physics(Free electron
theory (Introduction))
T-1:10.5 RW-4 Free electron theory,
Drift velocity and
electrical conductivity
Concept of drift
velocity and
conductivity
Discussion
Lecture 2 Solid State Physics(Fermi energy) T-1:9 FD distribution function Concept of fermi level
and fermi energy
Brainstorming
Solid State Physics(Fermi-Dirac
distribution function)
T-1:9 FD distribution function Concept of fermi level
and fermi energy
Brainstorming
Lecture 3 Solid State Physics(Band Theory
of Solids -formation of allowed
and forbidden energy bands)
T-1:10.6 Classification on the
basis of energy bands
Concept of energy
bands
Brainstorming
Detailed Plan For Lectures
LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)
Weeks before MTE 7
Weeks After MTE 7
Spill Over 3
Week 2 Lecture 4 Solid State Physics
(Semiconductors and insulators)
T-1:10.6 VL-7 Semiconductors and their
types
To know difference
between direct and
indirect semiconductors
Animations and videos
Solid State Physics(Direct &
indirect band gap semiconductors)
R-1:3.1.4 Semiconductors and their
types
To know difference
between direct and
indirect semiconductors
Animations and videos
Lecture 5 Solid State Physics(Fermi level for
intrinsic and extrinsic
semiconductors)
T-1:10.6 Fermi level and energy Concept of fermi level
and its variation with
doping
Brainstorming
Lecture 6 Solid State Physics(Diffusion and
drift current (qualitative))
T-1:10.7 RW-1
VL-1
VL-2
Diffusion and drift and
effective mass of charge
carriers
Concept of diffusion
and drift currents an
variation with doping
and Concept of
effective mass of
charge carriers
Simulations
Solid State Physics(Concept of
effective mass - electrons and
holes)
T-1:10.7 Diffusion and drift and
effective mass of charge
carriers
Concept of diffusion
and drift currents an
variation with doping
and Concept of
effective mass of
charge carriers
Brainstorming
Week 3 Lecture 7 Solid State Physics(Hall effect
(with derivation))
R-1:3.4.5 Hall effect To know applications
of hall effect
Brainstorming
Lecture 8 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Classification of different types of
diode on the basis of doping
concentration -rectifier diode)
T-1:10.7 AV-2 Different types of
diodes- pn diode, Tunnel
diode and zener diode
To know construction
of various diodes
Audio on construction
of diodes
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Zener diode)
T-1:10.7 Different types of
diodes- pn diode, Tunnel
diode and zener diode
To know construction
of various diodes
Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Tunnel diode)
T-1:10.7 Different types of
diodes- pn diode, Tunnel
diode and zener diode
To know construction
of various diodes
Brainstorming
Lecture 9 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Light Emitting Diode (as direct
band gap material))
T-1:10 Optoelectronic devices To know functioning of
LEDs
Simulation
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Concept of optoelectronics)
T-1:10 VL-10 Optoelectronic devices To know functioning of
LEDs
Simulation
Week 4 Lecture 10 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(solar cell)
T-1:10 RW-2 Photodiodes and solar
cell
Concepts of
photodiodes and solar
cell
Weblinks
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Avalanche and photodiode)
T-1:10 Photodiodes and solar
cell
Concepts of
photodiodes and solar
cell
Weblinks
Lecture 11 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Radiation matter interaction)
T-1:26.1 Introduction to lasers Lasers principle and
construction
Discussion
Week 4 Lecture 11 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Fundamentals of LASER- Energy
levels in atoms)
T-1:4.9 and 26.1 VL-5 Introduction to lasers Lasers principle and
construction
Simulation on lasers
Lecture 12 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Absorption of light)
T-1:26.1.1 Absorption and emission Concept of stimulated
emission
Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Spontaneous emission of light)
T-1:26.1.1 Absorption and emission Concept of stimulated
emission
Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Stimulated emission of light -
population of energy levels)
T-1:26.1.1 Absorption and emission Concept of stimulated
emission
Brainstorming
Week 5 Lecture 13 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Metastable state)
T-1:26.6 Einstien's coefficients to
explain lasers
Concept behind
population inversion
Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Einstein A and B coefficients)
T-1:26.6 Einstien's coefficients to
explain lasers
Concept behind
population inversion
Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Population inversion)
T-1:26.6 Einstien's coefficients to
explain lasers
Concept behind
population inversion
Brainstorming
Lecture 14 Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Resonant cavity)
T-1:26.1.2 Lasing action How a laser works Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Lasing action)
T-1:26.1.2 Lasing action How a laser works Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Properties of laser)
T-1:26.1.2 Lasing action How a laser works Brainstorming
Solid State Devices and Lasers
(Resonant cavity)
T-1:26.1.2 Lasing action How a laser works Brainstorming
Lecture 15 Term Paper,Test1
Week 6 Lecture 16 Types of Lasers and Holography
(Characteristics of different types
of laser)
T-1:26.1 Characteristics of lasers
and solid state lasers
construction and working
Lasers properties,
construction and
working of solid state
lasers
Discussion
Types of Lasers and Holography
(Solid State Laser: Nd - YAG)
R-2:7.5 Types of lasers: Solid
state lasers
Construction and
working of Nd-YAG
laser
Brainstorming
Lecture 17 Types of Lasers and Holography
(Gas Laser:He - Ne)
T-1:26.4 Gas lasers construction
and working
He-Ne lasers uses and
working
Brainstorming
Lecture 18 Types of Lasers and Holography
(Semiconductor Laser)
R-2:9.1-9.4 Semiconductor lasers
construction ad working
Doped and intrinsic
semiconductor lasers
Brainstorming
Week 7 Lecture 19 Types of Lasers and Holography
(Applications of Laser in
Engineering - drilling and welding)
R-2:17 Applications of lasers Uses of laser in various
fields
Brainstorming
Types of Lasers and Holography
(Micro machining)
R-2:17 Applications of lasers Uses of laser in various
fields
Brainstorming
Types of Lasers and Holography
(Measurement of long distances)
R-2:17 Applications of lasers Uses of laser in various
fields
Brainstorming
Types of Lasers and Holography
(CD write devices and printers)
R-2:17 Applications of lasers Uses of laser in various
fields
Brainstorming
Week 7 Lecture 19 Types of Lasers and Holography
(Medicine - as a surgical tool)
R-2:17 Applications of lasers Uses of laser in various
fields
Brainstorming
Types of Lasers and Holography
(Nuclear fusion)
R-2:17 Applications of lasers Uses of laser in various
fields
Brainstorming
Lecture 20 Types of Lasers and Holography
(Holography)
T-1:21.1 Holography Concept of 3D images Images
Lecture 21 Types of Lasers and Holography
(Laser safety)
RW-5 Signal processing and
safety
To know concept of
signal processing with
lasers
Weblinks
Types of Lasers and Holography
(Optical signal processing and
Remote sensing of the atmosphere)
RW-6 Signal processing and
safety
To know concept of
signal processing with
lasers
Weblinks
MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 22 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
I(Concept of de Broglie's Matter
waves)
T-1:3.1 RW-3 De Broglie Waves Dual nature of matter Brainstorming
Lecture 23 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
I(Derivation of wavelength of
matter waves in different forms)
T-1:3.1 and 3.2 Wavelength of matter
waves
Matter waves Brainstorming
Lecture 24 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
I(Concept of Phase velocity and
Group velocity (qualitative))
T-1:3.4 Phase velocity and group
velocity
Relation of phase
velocity and group
velocity with particle
velocity
Brainstorming
Week 9 Lecture 25 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
I(Heisenberg's Uncertainty
principle)
T-1:3.7 to 3.9 Uncertainty principle and
applications
Uncertainty principle
for microscopic
particles
Brainstorming
Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
I(Illustration- why an electron
cannot exist in the nucleus)
T-1:3.7 Uncertainty principle and
applications
Uncertainty principle
for microscopic
particles
Brainstorming
Lecture 26 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
I(Concept of wave function and
interpretation of its square)
T-1:5.1 Wave function Significance of wave
function
Discussion
Lecture 27 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
I(Schrodinger's Time independent
equation)
T-1:5.2 and 5.7 Wave equation and
Schrodinger's equation
Time independent wave
equation
Brainstorming
Week 10 Lecture 28 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
II(Applications of Schrodinger's
equation (qualitative treatment)
Particle in one dimensional rigid
box)
T-1:5.8 Particle in a box, to draw
wave function and
probability density
To know allowed
energy levels in a box
Brainstorming
Lecture 29 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
II(Potential Barrier (emphasis on
tunneling effect))
T-1:5.9 and 5.10 VL-4 Potential barrier Tunneling through a
barrier
Simulation on
tunneling
Lecture 30 Term Paper,Test2
Week 11 Lecture 31 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
II(Scanning Tunneling
microscope)
T-1:5 Applications of tunneling
effect
STM principle Brainstorming
Week 11 Lecture 32 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
II(Harmonic Oscillator)
T-1:5.11 Harmonic oscillator Energy levels of
harmonic oscillator
Brainstorming
Lecture 33 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
II(Hydrogen atom model
(qualitative))
T-1:6.3 VL-6 Introduction to hydrogen
atom model (Discussion
of Quantum numbers)
Qualitative idea of
hydrogen atom and
quantum numbers
Simulation
Week 12 Lecture 34 Introductory Quantum Mechanics -
II(Selection rules)
T-1:6.9 Selection rules in
quantum mechanics
A knowledge of
selection rules
Brainstorming
Lecture 35 Thermal Physics(Specific heat) T-1:13.5 Heat and specific heat Concept of heat and
specific heat
Brainstorming
Thermal Physics(Concept of Heat) T-1:13.5 VL-8 Heat and specific heat Concept of heat and
specific heat
Simulation
Lecture 36 Term Paper,Test3
Week 13 Lecture 37 Thermal Physics(Attaining low
temperature by variation of
parameter X (like pressure,
magnetic field etc.))
T-1:10.2 to 10.4 Attaining Low
temperature
Attaining Low
temperature by
changing various
parameters
Brainstorming
Lecture 38 Thermal Physics(Liquifaction of
gas with changing Pressure)
T-1:10.4.2 Liquefaction of gases Liquefaction by
changing pressure
Brainstorming
Lecture 39 Thermal Physics(Adiabatic
demagnetization)
T-1:10.5 Adiabatic
demagnetization
Concept of
demagnetization
Week 14 Lecture 40 Thermal Physics(Transfer of heat
by conduction)
OR-1 Conduction of heat Conduction of heat in
solids, liquids and gases
Brainstorming
Thermal Physics(Conduction in
solids, liquids and gases)
OR-1
VL-3
Conduction of heat Conduction of heat in
solids, liquids and gases
Simulation
Lecture 41 Thermal Physics(Convection - heat
and mass transfer)
OR-1 Convection of heat concept of convection Brainstorming
Thermal Physics(Convection) OR-1
AV-3
VL-9
Convection of heat concept of convection Video on convection
Lecture 42 Thermal Physics(Radiation) OR-1 Heat transfer by
radiation and Stefan's
law
Concept of Radiation Brainstorming
Thermal Physics(Radiation -
Stefan's law (statement and
equation))
T-1:11.3 Heat transfer by
radiation and Stefan's
law (Result only)
Concept of Radiation Brainstorming
SPILL OVER
Week 15 Lecture 43 Spill Over
Lecture 44 Spill Over
Lecture 45 Spill Over
Scheme for CA:
Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks
Term Paper,Test 2 3 10 20
Total :- 10 20
Details of Academic Task(s)
AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task
(group/individuals/field
work
Evaluation Mode Allottment /
submission Week
Term Paper1 To enhance the
technical writing
skills and formatting
Written report and two reviews (one before MTE and one after
MTE) to be submitted by student
Individual Written report -15
marks, Viva -10
marks and Mid term
Review -5 marks
2 / 10
Test1 To check the
conceptual and
numerical capability
of students
Test will be of 30 marks and 45 minutes duration. Questions must
be in multiples of 5. Syllabus will be upto 14th lecture.
Individual 30 marks scaled
down to 10 marks
3 / 5
Test2 To check numerical
and logical thinking
of students
Test will be of 30 marks and 45 minutes duration. Questions must
be in multiples of 5. Syllabus will be from lecture 22 to lecture
35.
Individual 30 marks scaled
down to 10 marks
10 / 12
List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper)
Sr. No. Topic
1 Hall effect and applications
2 LASER and its types
3 Holography
4 MOSFET
5 Scanning Tunneling Microscope
6 Transmission Electron Microscope
7 Opto-electronic Devices
8 Solar Cells
9 Superconductivity
10 Atomic Force Microscope
11 X-Ray diffraction
12 Scanning electron microscope
13 Fermi Dirac distribution and fermi levels
14 BJT and FET
15 Tunnel diode