Determine the Co-efficient of Viscosity by Poiseull’s Capillary Flow method

Objective: To determine the co-efficient of viscosity of water by poiseull’s capillary flow method Theory: When a liquid flows through a capillary tube of length l and radius r then the volume of liquid flowing per second is given by, where, η = Co-efficient of viscosity P = Pressure difference between two ends = hρg … Read more

Determination of modulus of rigidity of a wire by statically method using horizontal pattern of apparatus

Objective: To determination of modulus of rigidity of a wire by statically method using horizontal pattern of apparatus Theory: The Modulus of Rigidity   where, M= load suspended. D= Diameter of the pulley. R = Radius of the experimental rod. G =Acceleration due to gravity. L1 – L2 = distance between two pointers. θ1– θ2 … Read more

Dermine the wavelength of the incident light by Newton’s ring method

Objective: – To determine the wavelength of the incident light by Newton’s ring method.  Theory:- When a parallel beam of monochromatic light is incident normally on a combination of a plano-convex lens L and a glass plate P, as shown in the fig below, a part of each incident ray is reflected from the lower … Read more

Determine the wavelength of unknown light by laser diffraction method

Objective: To Determine the wavelength of unknown light by laser diffraction method. Theory:  If a parallel beam of light of wavelength λ is coming out  from a diffraction grating,  placed  vertically  on  the   optical bench, then  the  diffracted rays  from  the  grating  will  form  at  the  focal plane, a  number  of  primary  maxima  of  different  order  numbers(n)  on  both  sides  … Read more

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