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Contents:

Section – I

Applied Physics

1.    Electric Field

1.1   Introduction

1.2   Coulomb’s Inverse Square Law

1.3   Electric Field

1.4   Intensity of Electric Field

1.5   Electric Lines of Force

1.6   Electric Flux

1.7   Electric Flux Density

1.8   Relation between Intensity of Electric Field and Electric Flux Density

1.9   Electric Flux due to a charge

1.10  Electric Field Intensity due to charged Sphere

2.    Electric Potential

2.1   Introduction

2.2   Potential due to Point Charge using Integration Method

2.3   Potential Difference between Two Points

2.4   Dielectric Strength

3.    Condenser

3.1   Introduction 

3.2   Capacity of a Condenser

3.3   Principles of a Condenser

3.4   Capacity of a Parallel Plate condenser

3.5   Series Combination of Condensers

3.6   Parallel combination of condensers

3.7   Energy of Charged Condenser

3.8   Types of condensers

4.    Fiber Optics

4.1   Introduction

4.2   Structural and Material of Optical Fiber 

4.3   Total Internal Reflection (TIR) and Critical Angle (qC)

4.4   Numerical Aperture (NA) and Acceptance Angle (qC)

4.5   Types of Optical Fiber

4.6   Application of Optical Fibers in communication System

5.    Band Theory of Solids

5.1   Introduction

5.2   Energy Levels in Solids

5.3   Valence, Conduction and Forbidden Band

5.4   Conductors, Semiconductors and Insulators

5.5   P-Type and N-Type

5.7   V-I Characteristics of PN-Junction Diode

6.    Introduction to Nanotechnology

6.1   Introduction

6.2   Nanoscale, Nanometer and Nanoparticle

6.3   Nano-Structured Materials

6.4   Application of Nanotechnology

 

Section – II

Applied Chemistry

1.    Electrochemistry

1.1   Introduction 

1.2   Ionization and Electrolytic Dissociation

1.3   Arrhenius Theory of electrolytic Dissociation

1.4   Conductivity of an Electrolyte

1.5   Concept of pH and pOH

1.6   Buffer Solution

2.    Cell and Batteries

2.1   Introduction

2.2   Some Important Terms

2.3   Classification of Batteries

2.4   Primary Cell

2.5   Secondary Cell

2.6   Difference between Primary and Secondary Cell

2.7   Reserve Battery

2.8   Fuel Cell

2.9   Difference between Fuel Cell and Battery Cell

2.10  Solar Cells

3.    Non-Metallic Engineering Material

3.1   Introduction

3.2   Adhesives

3.3   Ceramics

3.4   Glass Materials

3.5   Optical Fibers

3.6   Conducting Polymers

4.    Metals and Alloys

4.1   Metallurgy

4.2   Copper

4.3   Aluminum

4.4   Semiconductors

4.5   Alloys

5.    Corrosion

5.1   Introduction 

5.2   Definition of Corrosion

5.3   Why Protection of Metals from Corrosion is necessary 

5.4   Types of Corrosion

5.5   Atmospheric Corrosion or Chemical Corrosion

5.6   Electrochemical corrosion or immersed Corrosion

5.7   Protection of Metals from Corrosion

5.8   Inorganic Protective coatings

5.9   Methods of Applying Metal Coating

5.10  Non-corrosive Materials

5.11  Organic Coating

Section – I

Applied Physics

  1.     Electric Field

1.1   Introduction

1.2   Coulomb’s Inverse Square Law

1.3   Electric Field

1.4   Intensity of Electric Field

1.5   Electric Lines of Force

1.6   Electric Flux

1.7   Electric Flux Density

1.8   Relation between Intensity of Electric Field and Electric Flux Density

1.9   Electric Flux due to a charge

1.10  Electric Field Intensity due to charged Sphere

  1.     Electric Potential

2.1   Introduction

2.2   Potential due to Point Charge using Integration Method

2.3   Potential Difference between Two Points

2.4   Dielectric Strength

  1.     Condenser

3.1   Introduction 

3.2   Capacity of a Condenser

3.3   Principles of a Condenser

3.4   Capacity of a Parallel Plate condenser

3.5   Series Combination of Condensers

3.6   Parallel combination of condensers

3.7   Energy of Charged Condenser

3.8   Types of condensers

  1.     Fiber Optics

4.1   Introduction

4.2   Structural and Material of Optical Fiber 

4.3   Total Internal Reflection (TIR) and Critical Angle (qC)

4.4   Numerical Aperture (NA) and Acceptance Angle (qC)

4.5   Types of Optical Fiber

4.6   Application of Optical Fibers in communication System

  1.     Band Theory of Solids

5.1   Introduction

5.2   Energy Levels in Solids

5.3   Valence, Conduction and Forbidden Band

5.4   Conductors, Semiconductors and Insulators

5.5   P-Type and N-Type

5.7   V-I Characteristics of PN-Junction Diode

  1.     Introduction to Nanotechnology

6.1   Introduction

6.2   Nanoscale, Nanometer and Nanoparticle

6.3   Nano-Structured Materials

6.4   Application of Nanotechnology

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