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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Lecture 1 : Introduction Download
2Lecture 2 : Basic tools and apparatusDownload
3Lecture 3 : Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
4Lecture 4 : Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
5Lecture 5 : Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
6Lecture 06: Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
7Lecture 07: "Basic components "Download
8Lecture 08: Basic apparatusDownload
9Lecture 09: Basic apparatus (Contd.)Download
10Lecture 10: Basic analysisDownload
11Lecture 11: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
12Lecture 12: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
13Lecture 13: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
14Lecture 14: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
15Lecture 15: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
16Lecture 16 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
17Lecture 17 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
18Lecture 18 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
19Lecture 19 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
20Lecture 20 : Determination of Young's modulusDownload
21Lecture 21: Demonstration on the experiment of Young's modulus of mettalic bar and data collectionDownload
22Lecture 22: Calculate the value of young's modulus of given metallic bar form the recorded datasDownload
23Lecture 23: Experimental demonstration to calculate the spring constant of a given springDownload
24Lecture 24: Calculate the value of calculate the spring constant of a given spring form the recorded datasDownload
25Lecture 25: Theory regarding Moment of inertia of a flywheelDownload
26Lecture 26: Experimental demonstration to calculate the moment of inertia of a given flywheelDownload
27Lecture 27: How to calculate the value of moment of inertia of a flywheelform the recorded dataDownload
28Lecture 28: Theory regarding surface tension of the liquidDownload
29Lecture 29: Demonstration on the experiment of surface tension and data collectionDownload
30Lecture 30: How to calculate the value of surface tension of water from the recorded dataDownload
31Lecture 31: Theory regarding viscosity of liquidDownload
32Lecture 32: Demonstration on the experiment of viscosityDownload
33Lecture 33: Data analysis of recorded data on viscosityDownload
34Lecture 34: Forced Oscillations – Pohl’s pendulumDownload
35Lecture 35: Coupled PendulumDownload
36Lecture 36: Demonstration on the experiment of compound pendulumDownload
37Lecture 37: Theory regarding compound pendulum has been discussedDownload
38Lecture 38: Experimental demonstration on the standing Waves on a String has been shown clearly how to determine the linear mass density of the string.Download
39Lecture 39: Linear expansion of metalDownload
40Lecture 40: Expt. to study linear expansionDownload
41Lecture 41: Determine the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor Download
42Lecture 42: Determination of electrical equivalent of heatDownload
43Lecture 43: Determination of specific heat of the given solid metals using Dulong-Petit's lawDownload
44Lecture 44: Determination of the calibration curve of a given (Type K chromel–alumel) thermocouple and hence determination of Seebeck coefficient Download
45Lecture 45: Theorey and Demonstartion Platinum Resistance thermometer Download
46Lecture 46: Experiment on Platinum Resistance thermometer Download
47Lecture 47: To study the current-voltage relationship of an L-R circuitDownload
48Lecture 48: To study the variation in current and voltage in a series LCR circuitDownload
49Lecture 49: Sensitivity of Blastic GalvanometerDownload
50Lecture 50: Expt. for Sensitivity of Blastic GalvanometerDownload
51Lecture 51: Theory on RC CircuitDownload
52Lecture 52: Expt. on RC CircuitDownload
53Lecture 53: Theory regarding the magnetic field along the axis of a circular coilDownload
54Lecture 54: Experiment regarding the magnetic field along the axis of a circular coilDownload
55Lecture 55: Study the induced e.m.f of inductance coil Download
56Lecture 56: Mutual inductance Download
57Lecture 57: Theory regarding permeability of airDownload
58Lecture 58: Experiment to determination the permeability of airDownload
59Lecture 59: Devices around usDownload
60Lecture 60: Devices around us (Contd.)Download

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1Lecture 1 : Introduction Download
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2Lecture 2 : Basic tools and apparatusDownload
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3Lecture 3 : Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
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4Lecture 4 : Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
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5Lecture 5 : Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
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6Lecture 06: Basic tools and apparatus (Contd.)Download
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7Lecture 07: "Basic components "Download
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8Lecture 08: Basic apparatusDownload
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9Lecture 09: Basic apparatus (Contd.)Download
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10Lecture 10: Basic analysisDownload
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11Lecture 11: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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12Lecture 12: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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13Lecture 13: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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14Lecture 14: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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15Lecture 15: Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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16Lecture 16 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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17Lecture 17 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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18Lecture 18 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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19Lecture 19 : Basics analysis (Contd.)Download
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20Lecture 20 : Determination of Young's modulusDownload
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21Lecture 21: Demonstration on the experiment of Young's modulus of mettalic bar and data collectionDownload
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22Lecture 22: Calculate the value of young's modulus of given metallic bar form the recorded datasDownload
Verified
23Lecture 23: Experimental demonstration to calculate the spring constant of a given springDownload
Verified
24Lecture 24: Calculate the value of calculate the spring constant of a given spring form the recorded datasDownload
Verified
25Lecture 25: Theory regarding Moment of inertia of a flywheelDownload
Verified
26Lecture 26: Experimental demonstration to calculate the moment of inertia of a given flywheelDownload
Verified
27Lecture 27: How to calculate the value of moment of inertia of a flywheelform the recorded dataDownload
Verified
28Lecture 28: Theory regarding surface tension of the liquidDownload
Verified
29Lecture 29: Demonstration on the experiment of surface tension and data collectionDownload
Verified
30Lecture 30: How to calculate the value of surface tension of water from the recorded dataDownload
Verified
31Lecture 31: Theory regarding viscosity of liquidDownload
Verified
32Lecture 32: Demonstration on the experiment of viscosityDownload
Verified
33Lecture 33: Data analysis of recorded data on viscosityDownload
Verified
34Lecture 34: Forced Oscillations – Pohl’s pendulumDownload
Verified
35Lecture 35: Coupled PendulumDownload
Verified
36Lecture 36: Demonstration on the experiment of compound pendulumDownload
Verified
37Lecture 37: Theory regarding compound pendulum has been discussedDownload
Verified
38Lecture 38: Experimental demonstration on the standing Waves on a String has been shown clearly how to determine the linear mass density of the string.Download
Verified
39Lecture 39: Linear expansion of metalDownload
Verified
40Lecture 40: Expt. to study linear expansionDownload
Verified
41Lecture 41: Determine the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor Download
Verified
42Lecture 42: Determination of electrical equivalent of heatDownload
Verified
43Lecture 43: Determination of specific heat of the given solid metals using Dulong-Petit's lawDownload
Verified
44Lecture 44: Determination of the calibration curve of a given (Type K chromel–alumel) thermocouple and hence determination of Seebeck coefficient Download
Verified
45Lecture 45: Theorey and Demonstartion Platinum Resistance thermometer Download
Verified
46Lecture 46: Experiment on Platinum Resistance thermometer Download
Verified
47Lecture 47: To study the current-voltage relationship of an L-R circuitDownload
Verified
48Lecture 48: To study the variation in current and voltage in a series LCR circuitDownload
Verified
49Lecture 49: Sensitivity of Blastic GalvanometerDownload
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50Lecture 50: Expt. for Sensitivity of Blastic GalvanometerDownload
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51Lecture 51: Theory on RC CircuitDownload
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52Lecture 52: Expt. on RC CircuitDownload
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53Lecture 53: Theory regarding the magnetic field along the axis of a circular coilDownload
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54Lecture 54: Experiment regarding the magnetic field along the axis of a circular coilDownload
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55Lecture 55: Study the induced e.m.f of inductance coil Download
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56Lecture 56: Mutual inductance Download
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57Lecture 57: Theory regarding permeability of airDownload
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58Lecture 58: Experiment to determination the permeability of airDownload
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59Lecture 59: Devices around usDownload
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60Lecture 60: Devices around us (Contd.)Download
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