Modern Physics Virtual Lab

Modern physics refers to the post-Newtonian conception of physics developed in the first half of the 1900's. These concepts embody the study of tiny (subatomic) particles or lightening fast speeds. They find applications in technologies such as atomic energy or semiconductors.

Franck-Hertz Experiment
The Franck-Hertz Experiment makes it possible to observe the quantization of energy states in an atom.
Soldering (Remote Trigger)
Soldering is a process in which two or more metal items are joined together by melting and flowing a filler metal into the joint, the filler metal having a relatively low melting point.
Solar Panel Experiment (Remote Trigger)
Sunlight hits the solar cell - if the energy of the photon is high enough (>= bandgap energy), it is absorbed on the P-side. This sends the "holes" towards the N-side. A potential difference (voltage) is thereby created across the p-n junctio
Photoelectric effect
The emission of photo electrons from meal surface when certain electromagnetic radiation incident on it is called Photoelectric effect.
Determination of Planck's Constant
This arrangement helps to determine the Planck's Constant.
Abbe's Refractometer
Aim is to find refractive index of the given liquid sample and study the variation of refractive index with (a) temperature of the liquid sample (b) wavelength of the light source .
Emission spectra
A characteristic pattern of spectral lines, either absorption or emission, produced by the hydrogen atom. The various series of lines are named according to the lowest energy level involved in the transitions that give rise to the lines.
Millikan's oil drop experiment
Oil-drop experiment was the first direct and compelling measurement of the electric charge of a single electron. It was performed originally in 1909 by the American physicist Robert A. Millikan.
Magnetic Material Characterization via Hystersis (Remote Trigger)
In this laboratory session you will learn about the basic principles of magnetic hysteresis; learn about the properties of ferromagnetic materials and determine their dissipation energy of remagnetization.

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