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# Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -3 Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -3

1. What is thin film? Give the theory of interference due to reflected light in 1. What is thin film? Give the theory of interference due to reflected light in
thin films thin films
2. Why Newtons rings are circular? Show that the radius of rings is proportional 2. Why Newtons rings are circular? Show that the radius of rings is proportional
to square root of natural numbers. to square root of natural numbers.
3. Define optical activity? Obtain an expression for specific rotation of solutions 3. Define optical activity? Obtain an expression for specific rotation of solutions
4. Explain the construction and working if Michelsons interferometer 4. Explain the construction and working if Michelsons interferometer
5. What is electric dipole? Obtain the expression for the electric potential at 5. What is electric dipole? Obtain the expression for the electric potential at
any point any point
6. What are faradays and Kerr effect? 6. What are faradays and Kerr effect?
Derive an expression for torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field Derive an expression for torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field

Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -3 Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -3
1. What is thin film? Give the theory of interference due to reflected light in 1. What is thin film? Give the theory of interference due to reflected light in
thin films thin films
2. Why Newtons rings are circular? Show that the radius of rings is proportional 2. Why Newtons rings are circular? Show that the radius of rings is proportional
to square root of natural numbers. to square root of natural numbers.
3. Define optical activity? Obtain an expression for specific rotation of solutions 3. Define optical activity? Obtain an expression for specific rotation of solutions
4. Explain the construction and working if Michelsons interferometer 4. Explain the construction and working if Michelsons interferometer
5. What is electric dipole? Obtain the expression for the electric potential at 5. What is electric dipole? Obtain the expression for the electric potential at
any point any point
6. What are faradays and Kerr effect? 6. What are faradays and Kerr effect?
Derive an expression for torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field Derive an expression for torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field

Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -3 Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -3
1. What is thin film? Give the theory of interference due to reflected light in 1. What is thin film? Give the theory of interference due to reflected light in
thin films thin films
2. Why Newtons rings are circular? Show that the radius of rings is proportional 2. Why Newtons rings are circular? Show that the radius of rings is proportional
to square root of natural numbers. to square root of natural numbers.
3. Define optical activity? Obtain an expression for specific rotation of solutions 3. Define optical activity? Obtain an expression for specific rotation of solutions
4. Explain the construction and working if Michelsons interferometer 4. Explain the construction and working if Michelsons interferometer
5. What is electric dipole? Obtain the expression for the electric potential at 5. What is electric dipole? Obtain the expression for the electric potential at
any point any point
6. What are faradays and Kerr effect? 6. What are faradays and Kerr effect?
Derive an expression for torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field Derive an expression for torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field
Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -1 Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -1
1. Obtain an expression for instantaneous final velocities of the rocket motion 1. Obtain an expression for instantaneous final velocities of the rocket motion
under the gravity and free space. under the gravity and free space.
2. Obtain an expression for final velocities of particles undergoing head on 2. Obtain an expression for final velocities of particles undergoing head on
collision collision
3. Derive an expression radial and transverse components of velocities and 3. Derive an expression radial and transverse components of velocities and
acceleration of a particle moving in a plane acceleration of a particle moving in a plane
4. State the theorems of moment of inertia and derive the expression for kinetic 4. State the theorems of moment of inertia and derive the expression for kinetic
energy of a rotating body energy of a rotating body
5. Define co-efficient of viscosity. Arrive the Stokes law using the method of 5. Define co-efficient of viscosity. Arrive the Stokes law using the method of
dimensional analysis dimensional analysis
6. Deduce Poisulles formula for co-efficient of viscosity of thin liquids 6. Deduce Poisulles formula for co-efficient of viscosity of thin liquids

Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -1 Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -1
1. Obtain an expression for instantaneous final velocities of the rocket motion 1. Obtain an expression for instantaneous final velocities of the rocket motion
under the gravity and free space. under the gravity and free space.
2. Obtain an expression for final velocities of particles undergoing head on 2. Obtain an expression for final velocities of particles undergoing head on
collision collision
3. Derive an expression radial and transverse components of velocities and 3. Derive an expression radial and transverse components of velocities and
acceleration of a particle moving in a plane acceleration of a particle moving in a plane
4. State the theorems of moment of inertia and derive the expression for kinetic 4. State the theorems of moment of inertia and derive the expression for kinetic
energy of a rotating body energy of a rotating body
5. Define co-efficient of viscosity. Arrive the Stokes law using the method of 5. Define co-efficient of viscosity. Arrive the Stokes law using the method of
dimensional analysis dimensional analysis
6. Deduce Poisulles formula for co-efficient of viscosity of thin liquids 6. Deduce Poisulles formula for co-efficient of viscosity of thin liquids

Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -1 Department of Physics 2nd Internal Test Paper -1