General Physics Laboratory - 247
Physics laboratory works are carried out for deeper knowledge of the basic laws of physics: performing them students learn to work with measurement devices and are introduced to measurement methods; they learn to depict methods as graphs and evaluate the reliability of the experimental results. Physics 2 (optics and atomic physics) laboratory works.

"Optics, semiconductors, radioactivity (gama radiation), photoelectric effect and atomic physics

Field of Science:
Diagnostic and measurement technologies, New materials for high-tech
Technical specification:
1. Determination of light wavelength by Fresnel biprism 2. The diffraction gratings 3. Diffraction of laser light 4. Verification of Malus‘s law and determination of Brewster‘s angle 5. Investigation of polarization light rotation 6. Investigation of elliptical polarized light 7. Investigation of light dispersion in prism 8. Investigation of refractive index of solutions by refractometer 9. Stefan and Boltzmann law verification 10. Investigation of thermal radiation 11. Investigation of photoelectric effect 12. Investigation of internal photoeffect of semiconductor photoresistor 13. Temperature dependence of semiconductor conductivity 14. Qualitative spectral analysis 15. Franck-Hertz experiment 16. Determination of Planck constant by excitation voltage of laser 17. Investigation of attenuation of g rays in material 18. Investigation of surface tension dependence on liquid concentration 19. Coefficient of linear thermal expansion of solid body determination 20. Investigation of metal resistance dependence on the temperature 21. Determination of conductor specific resistivity 22. Investigation of electrostatic field 23. Investigation of phenomenon of thermionic emission
Usage area:
General Physics Laboratory works are carried out by the first and second year students at KTU.
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