Emerging Physics (Term I)

BI 890


Emerging Physics

Includes: History and Philosophy of physics, Lasers and laser applications, Sensors and Transducers, Bioelectricity, Nanomaterials

According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2008 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

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1. History and Philosophy of physics  


1.2 Early Modern Physics 16th Century  

1.3 Physics of 17th century

1.4 Physics of 18th Century

1.5 Physics of 19th Century

1.6 Physics of 20th Century

1.7 Indian Scientists

2. Lasers and laser applications


2.2 A Brief History of Lasers    

2.3 Important Concepts in Lasers 

2.4 The Three Processes    

2.5 Amplification of Light 

2.6 Einstein’s Relations   

2.7 Population Inversion   

2.8 Pumping    

2.9 Active Medium    

2.10 Meta-stable States

2.11 Some Important Terms Related to Pumping  

2.12 Pumping Schemes  

2.13 Characteristics of Lasers    

2.14 Types of Lasers  

2.15 Applications of Lasers 

3. Sensors and Transducers


3.1 Transducers and Sensors

3.2 Overview: Definition, Classification, Need, Types and Qualities of transducers     

3.3 Temperature Transducers

3.4 Light Sensors    

4. Bioelectricity


4.1 Electricity observed in living systems   

4.2 Origin of bio electricity    

4.3 Sodium and Potassium transport

4.4 Resting potential and action potential   

4.5 Nernst equation  

4.6 Conduction Velocity    

4.7 Compound action potential    

4.8 Neuron Structure and functions

4.9 Axon as a cable  

4.10 Membrane Resistance and capacitance

5. Nanomaterials


5.2 Reduction of Dimensions 3-D, 2-D, 1-D, 0-D Materials 

5.3 Surface and Interface Effects

5.4 Modelling of Quantum Size Effect   

5.5 Synthesis of Nanoparticles-Bottom-up and Top-down approach 

5.6 Idea of Biomimicking

5.7 Naturally occurring Nanocrystals

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