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Code No.RR-10201 I-B.Tech. Regular Examinations April/May 2003 SOLID STATE PHYSICS (Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics and Control Engineering, Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Electronics and Telematics, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) Explain the forces between the two interacting atoms when they are brought nearer to form a molecule. b) Derive the expression for the equilibrium spacing of two atoms for which the potential energy is minimum and hence obtain the dissociation energy. 2.a) b) 3.a) b) c) 4.a) b) What are Miller indices? How are they obtained? Explain Schottky and Frankel defects with the help of suitable figures. What are matter waves? Explain their properties. Derive the expression for de-Broglie wave length. Calculate the wavelength associated with an electron with energy 2000eV. Explain the origin of energy bands in solids. Assuming the electron – lattice interaction to be responsible for scattering of conduction electrons in a metal, obtain an expression for conductivity in terms of relaxation time and explain any three draw backs of classical theory of free electrons. Find the temperature at which there is 1% probability that a state with an energy 0.5eV above fermi energy will be occupied. With usual notations show that P = ∈o (∈r – 1 )E . What is dipolar relaxation? Discuss the frequency dependence of orientational polarization. A solid elemental dielectric, with density 3 × 10 28 atoms / m3 shows an electronic polarisability of 10-40 farad m2. Assuming the internal electric field to be a Lorentz field, Calculate the dielectric constant of the material. Define magnetic moment. Explain the origin of magnetic moment at the atomic level. What is a Bohr magneton? In hydrogen atom an electron ‘e’ revolves around the nucleus at a distance of ‘r’ meter with an angular velocity ‘ω’ rad/s. Obtain expression for magnetic moment associated with it due to its orbital motion. (Contd…2)

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Distinguish between intrinsic and extrinsic impurity semiconductors with suitable examples. Derive an expression for the density of holes in the valence band of an intrinsic semiconductor. The following data are given for intrinsic germanium at 300 K. ni = 2.4 x 1019/m3 , µe = 0.39 m2 V-1s-1, µp = 0.19 m2 V-1s-1. Calculate the resistivity of the sample. Explain the characteristics of a laser beam. Mention any two applications of laser each in the field of scientific research, engineering & medicine. Describe the construction and working of a Ruby laser. *** *** ***

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Code No.RR-10201 I-B.Tech. Regular Examinations April/May 2003 SOLID STATE PHYSICS (Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics and Control Engineering, Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Electronics and Telematics, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) Plot and explain the variation of (i) attractive potential energy (ii) repulsive potential energy (iii) resultant potential energy with interatomic distance, when two atoms are brought nearer. b) Estimate the bond energy for the NaCl molecule as formed from sodium and chlorine atoms. The inter ionic equilibrium distance is 236 pm. Born constant is 8. The ionization energy of sodium is 5.14 eV and electron affinity of chlorine is 3.65eV. 2.a) b) c) 3.a) Explain the significance of Miller indices. Derive an expression for the number of Schottky defects in equilibrium at a temperature T. The fraction of vacancy sites in a metal is 1 x 10-10 at 500 oC. What will be the fraction of vacancy sites at 1000 oC. Show that the wavelength ‘λ’ associated with an electron of mass ‘m’ and kinetic energy ‘E’ is given by b) c) 4.a) b) c)

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Derive time independent Schrodinger’s wave equation. An electron is bound in one-dimensional box of size 4x10-10m. What will be its minimum energy. Explain the salient features of quantum free electron theory. Discuss the Krong-penny model for the motion of an electron in a periodic potential. Fermi energy of copper is 7eV at room temperature. What is the total number of electrons/unit volume with the energy greater than 8 eV?

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What is Piezo electricity? Obtain an expression for the internal field seen by an atom in an infinite array of atoms subjected to an external field. The dielectric constant of He gas at NTP is 1.0000684. Calculate the electronic polarizability of He atoms if the gas contains 2.7 x 1025 atoms per m3

Define the terms magnetic susceptibility, magnetic permeability, magnetic induction and magnetization. b) What are the sources of permanent dipole moment in magnetic materials ? c) Explain the important properties of Ferrittes. Explain the effect of temperature and dopent on the fermi- level in a semiconductor. (i) Find the conductivity of intrinsic silicon at 300K. It is given that ni at 300K in silicon is 1.5 x1016/m3 and the mobilities of electrons and holes in silicon are 0.13m2/V-S and 0.05 m2/V-S respectively. (ii) If donor type impurity is added to the extent of one impurity atom in 10 8 silicon atoms, find the conductivity. (iii) If acceptor type impurity is added to the extent of one impurity atom in 108 silicon atoms, find the conductivity. What do you understand by population inversion? How it is achieved? Derive the relation between the probabilities of spontaneous emission stimulated emission in terms of Einstein’s coefficients *** *** *** and

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Code No.RR-10201 I-B.Tech. Regular Examinations April/May 2003 SOLID STATE PHYSICS (Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics and Control Engineering, Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Electronics and Telematics, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) Explain the terms (i) basis (ii) space lattice and (iii) unit cell. b) Describe the seven crystal systems with diagrams.

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Derive Bragg’s law of x-ray diffraction. Describe Laue’s method for determination of crystal structure. A beam of X-rays is incident on a NaCl crystal with lattice spacing 0.282 nm. Calculate the wavelength of X-rays if the first order Bragg reflection takes place at a glancing angle of 8o 35′. Also calculate the maximum order of diffraction possible. Derive time independent Schrodinger’s wave equation for a free particle. Explain the physical significance of wave function. An electron is bound in one dimensional infinite well of width 1x10-10m. Find the energy values in the ground state and first two excited states. What are the salient features of the “free electron gas” model? Obtain the ohm’s law based on it. Explain the concept of “effective mass”. Explain Clausius – Mosotti relation in dielectrics subjected to static fields. What is orientational polarization. Derive an expression for the mean dipole moment when a polar material is subjected to an external field. The relative dielectric constant of sulphur is 3.75 when measured at 27º C Assuming the internal field constant γ = ⅓, calculate the electronic polarisability of sulphur if its density at this temperature is 2050 kg/m3. The atomic weight of sulphur being 32. How materials are classified as dia or para or ferromagnetic? Explain. Explain ferri-magnetism and anti-ferromagnetism. Explain hysteresis of a fero-magnetic material. (Contd…2)

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7.a) Explain Hall effect? b) Show that for a n- type semiconductor the Hall coefficient RH = - 1/ne. c) The RH of a specimen is 3.66 x 10-4m3c-1. Its resistivity is 8.93 x 10-3 Ohm-m. Find µ and n. 8.a) b) Explain the purpose of an active medium in a gas laser? With the help of suitable diagrams, explain the principle, construction and working of a helium-neon laser. *** *** ***

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Code No.RR-10201 I-B.Tech. Regular Examinations April/May 2003 SOLID STATE PHYSICS (Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics and Control Engineering, Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Electronics and Telematics, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) Show that FCC is the most closely packed of the three cubic structures by working out the packing factors. b) Describe the structure of NaCl. 2.a) b) c) State and explain Bragg’s law. Describe with suitable diagram, the powder method for determination of crystal structure. A beam of X-rays of wavelength 0.071 nm is diffracted by (110) plane of rock salt with lattice constant of 0.28 nm. Find the glancing angle for the second order diffraction. Explain the concept of matter waves? Describe Davison and Germer’s experiment and explain how it enabled the verification of wave nature of matter. Calculate the velocity and kinetic energy of an electron of wavelength 1.66x10-10m. Explain the following: Drift velocity, mobility and relaxation time Effective mass Bloch theorem.

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What is intrinsic break down in dielectric materials. Explain electronic polarization in atoms and obtain an expression for electronic polarisability in terms of the radius of the atom. c) A parallel plate capacitor has an area of 100 cm2, a plate separation of 1 cm and is charged to a potential of 100 V, Calculate the capacitance of the capacitor and the charge on the plates.

6.a) What is ferromagnetism? What are the distinguishing features of ferromagnetism? b) What are ferrites? Explain the magnetic properties of ferrites and mention their industrial applications. (Contd…2)

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Explain the difference between metals and semiconductors from the consideration of temperature, coefficient of resistivity . b) The electron and hole mobilities in a Si sample are 0.135 and 0.048 m2/V-S respectively. Determine the conductivity of intrinsic Si at 300 K if the intrinsic carrier concentration is 1.5X1016 atoms/m3. The sample is then doped with 1023 phosphorus atoms/m3. Determine the equilibrium hole concentration, conductivity and position of the Fermi level relative to the intrinsic level. 8.a) b) Explain the need of a cavity resonator in a laser. With the help of suitable diagrams, explain the principle, construction and working of a Ruby laser. *** *** ***

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