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Experiment No.-9

STEFANS LAW

OBJECTIVE: To verify Stefans law by electrical method. APPARATUS: 6V battery, D.C. Voltmeter, D.C. ammeter, Electric bulb (having tungsten filament) of 6V, 6W, Rheostat (100 ohm). FORMULA USED: Log10P= Log10T + Log10C Where, P = Total power emitted by a body at temperature T, = power of T close to 4 T = temperature of a body C = some constant depending on the material and area of such a body. THEORY: For black bodies, Stefans law is E = (T4-T04), Where E is the net amount of radiation emitted per second per unit area by a body at temperature T and surrounded by another body at temperature T0. is called Stefans constant. A similar relation can also hold for bodies that are not black. In such case, we can write P = C (T -T0), Where P is the total power emitted by a body at temperature T surrounded by another at temperature T0. is a power quite closed to 4 and C is some constant depending on the material and area of such a body. Further the relation can be put as P = C T (1-T0/ T), If T>> T0 (e.g., T = 1500K, and T0 300K), we can write P = C T Or Log10P = Log10T + Log10C The graph between Log10P and Log10T should be a straight line whose slope gives . Therefore, in order to verify Stefans law, we have to measure the following two parameters: (i) Power radiated P: We use in this experiment tungsten bulb as the radiating body and in the steady state the electrical power V.I should be equal to the radiation power P (neglecting power lost in the leads and through the gas in the bulb). (ii) Temperature of the radiating body, T: In our experiment we need measure the temperature of tungsten filament. This is achieved by measuring the resistance of filament, Rt, and then using the relation Rt = R0 (1+ t + t2) With and being known for tungsten, we can find temperature of the filament. One serious limitation arises in the measurement of R0 (resistance of filament at 0C or 273K, one can write R0 or R273). At very small current, V/I ratio will give filament

-2resistance as well as lead resistance. In order to calculate R 0 then we measure the resistance (Rg) at the stage when the filament first starts glowing and temperature at this stage is approximately 800K. At this temperature contribution of lead resistance becomes smaller by a factor of 4 as compared with that at 273K. Therefore measurement of Rg (=R800) and using the computed factor, R800/R273, a more accurate value of R273(=R0) is found. PROCEDURE: 1. Make the connections as shown in the figure. In order to connect voltmeter across the bulb, the two wires are soldered to the base points of the bulb. 2. With different increasing and decreasing values of current, we adjust such that the bulb glows each time. Then for value of V and I, ratio V/I is found which gives Rg. This is the filament resistance at 800K. From Rt/R0 vs. T graph, we note that Rt/R0 = R800/R273 = 3.9 Therefore R800/3.9 = R273 Or Rg/3.9 = R0 Graph Rt/R0 vs. T is to be provided to the student (see table3). 3. Now filament current I is increased from a value below glow stage to values high enough to get dazzling white light, measuring voltage V across bulb every time. From these V and I values, we deduce power P (=VI) and Rt (=V/I). From Rt using the value R0 (or Rg /3.9) or R273K , we deduce the temperature T of the filament and obtain a graph in Log10P against Log10T. Observations: Current Increasing S.No. Voltage V volts 1 2 3 4 Table 2. Determination of Power P: for different temperature T S.No. Pot. Current Rt=V/I Rt/Ro Temp.From Log10T Diff. I amp. Ohms Table 3 or v from graph volts K Min. 10 values Current I amp. Rg=V/I Ohms Voltage V volts Current I amp. Rg=V/I Ohms Current Decreasing

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Table 3. For plotting Rt/Ro versus T graph Temp. in O0C 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 CALCULATIONS: Slope =AB/BC = RESULT: Plot the graph between log10P vs. log10T SOURCE OF ERROR AND PRECAUTIONS: 1: Use the bulb having tungsten filament. 2: Increase the current in steps. 3: Note down the voltage reading after every change in current. 4: Choose the rheostat of appropriate range. 5: Connection should be tight. Rt/Ro 1.00 1.53 2.07 2.13 3.22 3.80 4.40 5.00 5.64 6.37 6.94 7.60 8.26 8.90 9.70 10.43

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