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Curriculum | B.Sc (Non- Medical) | Solid State Physics & Electronics Devices Code 09010505

Curriculum

Solid State Physics & Electronics Devices

Code 09010505

S. No Topic Learning Objectives Teaching guidelines Methodology Time
1 Crystal Structure
1. Crystalline materials, liquid crystals. glass transition
2.Crystal structure, periodicity, lattice and basis, crystal translational vectors and axes,
3.Unit cell and primitive cell, Winger Seitz primitive cell
4.Symmetry operations for a two dimensional crystal
5. Bravais lattices in two and three dimensions.
6. Crystal planes and Miller indices.
7.Inter-planner spacing,
8. Crystal structures of Zinc Sulphide, Sodium Chloride and diamond.
Crystalline materials, liquid crystals. glass transition, Crystal structure, periodicity, lattice and basis, crystal translational vectors and axes, Unit cell and primitive cell, Winger Seitz primitive cell, Symmetry, operations for a two dimensional crystal, Bravais lattices in two and three dimensions,
Crystal planes and Miller indices, Inter-planner spacing, Crystal structures of Zinc Sulphide, Sodium Chloride and diamond.
To cover basic concept and explanation of Crystalline materials, liquid crystals. glass transition, Crystal structure, periodicity, lattice and basis, crystal translational vectors and axes, unit cell and primitive cell, Winger Seitz primitive cell, symmetry operations for a two dimensional crystal, Bravais lattices in two and three dimensions, Crystal planes and Miller indices, Inter-planner spacing, Crystal structures of Zinc Sulphide, Sodium Chloride and diamond. 1. Conventional Method         ( White- Board Teaching)
2.Power Point Presentation
10 hours
2. X-Ray Diffraction
1. X-ray diffraction,
2. Laue’s theory of X-ray
3. Bragg’s Law and experimental x-ray diffraction methods.
4. Reciprocal lattice and its physical significance, reciprocal lattice vectors.
5. Reciprocal lattice to a simple cubic lattice,
B.C.C and F.C.C.
6.Lattice vibrations,
7. Specific heat of solids,
8.Einstein’s theory of specific heat
9. Debye model of specific heat of solids.
10.Free electron theory
11. Band theory (qualitative), metals, insulator, and semiconductor
To discuss X-ray diffraction, Laue’s theory of X-ray, Bragg’s Law and experimental x-ray diffraction methods, Reciprocal lattice and its physical significance, reciprocal lattice vectors, Reciprocal lattice to a simple cubic lattice,
B.C.C and F.C.C.
Lattice vibrations,
Specific heat of solids, Einstein’s theory of specific heat, Debye model of specific heat of solids, Free electron theory, Band theory (qualitative), metals, insulator, and semiconductor.
 To cover basic concept explanation and derivation of X-ray diffraction, Laue’s theory of X-ray Bragg’s Law and experimental x-ray diffraction methods, Reciprocal lattice and its physical significance, reciprocal lattice vectors, reciprocal lattice to a simple cubic lattice,
B.C.C and F.C.C. ,Lattice vibrations,  Specific heat of solids,
Einstein’s theory of specific heat, Debye model of specific heat of solids, Free electron theory, band theory (qualitative), metals, insulator, and semiconductor.
1. Conventional Method         ( White- Board Teaching)
2.Power Point Presentation
9 hours
3. Solid State Electronics:
1.P-N junction diode and their V-I characteristics
2. Zener and avalanche breakdown. Resistance of a diode,
3. Light Emitting diodes (LED).
4. Photo conduction in semiconductors.
5. Photodiode, Solar Cell.
6. P-N junction half wave rectifier.
7. P-N junction full wave rectifier.
8. Bipolar transistors, working of NPN Transistor connections (C-B, C-E, C-C mode),
9. Constants of transistor. Transistor characteristic curves (excluding h parameter analysis), transistor amplifiers.
10. Working of PNP Transistor connections (C-B, C-E, C-C mode), constants of transistor.
11.Transistor characteristic curves (excluding h parameter analysis),
12. Transistor amplifiers.
To discuss P-N junction diode and their V-I characteristics, Zener and avalanche breakdown. Resistance of a diode, Light Emitting diodes (LED), Photo conduction in semiconductors. Photodiode, Solar Cell, P-N junction half wave rectifier, P-N junction full wave rectifier, Bipolar transistors, working of NPN Transistor connections (C-B, C-E, C-C mode), Constants of transistor, Transistor characteristic curves (excluding h parameter analysis), transistor amplifiers.
Working of PNP Transistor connections (C-B, C-E, C-C mode), constants of transistor, Transistor characteristic curves (excluding h parameter analysis), Transistor amplifiers.
To cover basic concept and explanation P-N junction diode and their V-I characteristics, Zener and avalanche breakdown, Resistance of a diode, Light Emitting diodes (LED).
Photo conduction in semiconductors, Photodiode, Solar Cell, P-N junction half wave rectifier, P-N junction full wave rectifier, Bipolar transistors, working of NPN, Transistor connections (C-B, C-E, C-C mode),
Constants of transistor. Transistor characteristic curves (excluding h parameter analysis), transistor amplifiers, Working of PNP Transistor connections (C-B, C-E, C-C mode), constants of transistor, Transistor characteristic curves (excluding h parameter analysis),  Transistor amplifiers
1. Conventional Method         ( White- Board Teaching)
2.Power Point Presentation
11 hours