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Curriculum | B.Sc (Non- Medical) | Subject: Atomic, Molecular And Laser Physics Subject Code: 09010604

Subject: Atomic, Molecular And Laser Physics

Subject Code: 09010604

S.No. Topic Learning Objectives(At the end of the session, the student should be able to know) Teaching Guidelines Methodology Time
1 1..Vector Atom  Model

2. Penetrating & non penetrating orbits.

3. Alkali Spectra.

4. Spin orbit Interaction and Doublet Term separation.

5 LS and JJ coupling.

1. Basic concept of atom model and need of vector atom model.

2.Vector atom model

3. Quantum numbers associated with vector atom model.

4.Penetrating & non- penetrating orbits.

5. Alkali spectra (Description)

6. Spectral lines in different series of alkali spectra..

7. Spin orbit interaction and doublet term separation.

8. LS coupling and jj coupling description

9. Expression for interaction energy in LS coupling

10. Expression for interaction energy in jj coupling.

To cover

Basic concept of atom model and need of vector atom model, Vector atom model , Quantum numbers associated with vector atom model, Penetrating & non- penetrating orbits, Alkali spectra (Description), Spectral lines in different series of alkali spectra, Spin orbit interaction and doublet term separation. LS coupling and jj coupling description, Expression for interaction energy in LS coupling, Expression for interaction energy in jj coupling.

1. White board teaching

2. Power point presentation

3. Video related to subject for better understanding of concepts

4.Classroom discussion.

 

10 hrs
2 1. Zeeman Effect (Normal & Anomalous).

2.Paschen Back effect.

3. Weak field Strak effect of H atom.

4.Electronic energies of molecules.

5. Quantization of  Vibrational & Rotational energies.

6. Raman Effect.

1. Normal Zeeman effect

2. Anomalous Zeeman Effect

3.  Zeeman pattern of D1 and D2 lines of Na atom.

4. Paschen Back effect of a single valance electron system.

5. Weak field Stark effect of H-atom.

6. Discrete set of electronic energies of molecules.

7. Quantization of vibrational energies.

8. Quantization of rotational energies.

9. Raman effect (Quantitative Description)

10. Stokes and Anti-stokes lines

To cover:

Normal Zeeman effect, Anomalous Zeeman Effect, Zeeman pattern of D1 and D2 lines of Na atom, Paschen Back effect of a single valance electron system, Weak field Stark effect of H-atom, Discrete set of electronic energies of molecules, Quantization of vibrational energies, Quantization of rotational energies Raman effect (Quantitative Description), Stokes and Anti-stokes lines

1. White board teaching

2. Power point presentation

3. Video related to subject for better understanding of concepts.

 

 

 

10 hrs
3 1. Main features of Laser.

2. Einstein coefficients.

3.Momentum Transfer & life time of a level.

4.Kinetics of optical absorption,

5. Threshold condition for Laser action.

6. He –Ne Laser

7. Ruby Laser

1. Main features of Laser (Directionality and Intensity)

2. Main features of Laser (Monochromaticity and Coherence)

3 Einstein coefficients and possibility of amplification

4. Momentum transfer & life time of a level absorption

5. Kinetics of optical,

6. Laser pumping

7. He-Ne Laser (Principle, construction & working)

8. RUBY Laser (Principle, construction & working)

9. Application of Laser in the field of medicine and industry.

To cover:Main features of Laser (Main features of Laser (Monochromaticity and Coherence), Einstein coefficients and possibility of amplification, Momentum transfer & life time of a level, Kinetics of optical absorption, Threshold condition for Laser emission, Laser pumping

,He-Ne Laser (Principle, construction & working), RUBY Laser (Principle, construction & working) Application of Laser in the field of medicine and industry.

1. White board teaching

2. Power point presentation

3.Lab. Demonstration

4. Video related to subject  for better understanding of concepts.

4. Numerical and conceptual problem solving.

 

 

10 hrs
Admission 2017