E-ISBN: Publication Year: 2020
Binding: Paper Back Dimension: 160mm x 240mm Weight: 845
About the book
ENGINEERING PHYSICS is designed as text book for first year engineering students of two semester course in Applied Physics according to as per new revised syllabus. However, the scope of this book is not only limited to undergraduate engineering students and science students, it can also serve as a reference book for practicing scientists.
Fifth Edition of this book specifically introduces a new chapter on Electrodynamics. Electrodynamics is the basic and hardest subject in the Electrical and Electronics – Telecommunication branch in T.E & S.E. but in the revised new syllabus of the first-year engineering, fundamentals of the course on Electrodynamics has been recently introduced, which is nicely explained step by step in this text with numerous examples of solved and unsolved problems.
While the first part contains Crystal structure, Liquid Crystal, Thermoelectric effect, Thermionic emission, Ultrasonics, Acoustics, Semiconductor, and Magnetic Materials, the second part discusses Optics, X-rays, Electron Optics, Dielectric Materials, Quantum Physics and Schrodinger Wave Equation, Laser, Fiber optics and Holography, Radioactivity, Superconductivity, Nano Science, Photonic Crystal, NMR- Spectroscopy and Electrodynamics.
NEW TO FIFTH EDITION:
• Some changes in the explanation of B.C.S. Theory of Superconductivity
• Chapter on Electrodynamics
Table of Contents
Preface to the Fifth Edition / Preface to the First Edition / Part - 1 : Crystalline Solid and Liquid Crystal / Thermoelectricity / Thermionic Emission / Ultrasonic / Acoustics / Semiconductors / Magnetic Materials / Part - 2 : Optics / X-Rays / Electron Optics or Motion of the Charged Particle in Electric and Magnetic Field / Dielectric Materials / Quantum Physics and Schrodinger Wave Equation / Laser, Holography and Fiber Optics / Radioactivity and Nuclear Reactions / Superconductivity / Brief Introduction to Nanoscience / Brief Introduction to Photonic Crystal / Brief Introduction to NMR Spectroscopy / Electrodynamics