Content of lectures: IX. Magnetism Origin of magnetic field, Magnetic field (magnetic induction), Magnetic force on moving charged particle, Magnetic dipole, Magnetic field due to electric current, Ampere's law, Biot  Savart law, Solenoid. Magnetic induction, Faraday's law, Lenz's law, Induced electric field, Inductance, Self induction, RL circuit, Energy stored in magnetic field, Mutual induction. X. Electromagnetic Oscillations and Alternating Current LC oscillations, RLC oscillations, Damped oscillation in RLC circuit, Alternating current, Forced RLC oscillation, Parallel and series RLC circuit, Power in alternating current circuit, Transformer. XI. Magnetism of Matter Magnetism and electrons, Magnetic materials, Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism and Feromagnetism. XII. Electromagnetic wave Electromagnetic wave spectrum, Traveling electromagnetic wave, Energy transport Poynting vector, radiation pressure, Light, Chromatic dispersion, Polarization, Reflection and Refraction of electromagnetic waves, Light in anisotropic matter. XIII. Optics Images from plane, spherical reflecting and refracting surfaces, Spherical refractive surface, Magnification, Lens and mirror equations, thin lenses, Optical aberrations, Optical instruments. XIV. Interference and Difraction Mathematics of interference. Double slit experiment, intensity in double slit interference, Coherence, Interference from thin layer. Difraction and wave theory of light, Diffraction by single slit, circular aperture, diffraction grating, dispersion and resolving power. XV. Fundamentals of quantum and nuclear physics Fundamental experiments of quantum mechanics history, Photon, Compton scattering, wave particle duality, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, Wave function, Operators, Schrödinger wave equation, Probability interpretation of the wave function, Simple quantum mechanics problem, Quantum tunneling, Orbitals, Hydrogen atom, Spin momentum, Angular momentum and magnetism, Periodic table, Light and matter, Atomic spectra, Lasers, Conduction of electricity in Solids, Semiconductors, Basics of nuclear physics, Nuclear particles, Nucleus, Radioactive decays, Ionizing radiation, Energy from nucleus. Content of practicals: To teach the students so as to achieve an understanding of fundamental concepts of physics. Provide the basic training preparing students to become competent to use knowledge of physics in chemistry.
