Our students perform a variety of experiments linked to our introductory Engineering Physics and modern intermediate physics courses, where students explore and verify the physical concepts and laws. Our laboratories are equipped with essential apparatuses and computers for data collection and analysis. Each teaching laboratory has nine computer-equipped workstations, which helps us provide students with the proper attention. We have a wide spectrum of experiments ranging from basic gravitational constant measurement to more sophisticated Frank-Hertz experiment or Millikan oil drop experiment setup. The following list briefly describes some of the instruments that are available in our teaching laboratories
Helium-Neon Laser (Single mode operation with Etalon, Operation with infrared lines etc.): Is a very useful source for many undergraduate modern physics experiments such as Fraunhofer-Diffraction, Fourier Optics, Michelson Interferometer and more. He-Ne Laser with some optics set-up is useful is a useful tool for research in AMO and materials fields.
Hall Effect: Students will be able to determine the Hall voltage developed across selected materials, to calculate the Hall coefficient and, to find the carrier concentration of the selected materials. The method depends on tuning magnetic force with electric force, hence, electrical resistivity will be measured and more.
Zeeman Effect with Electromagnet: The new design, the set-up and the operation are easy to be handled by students, so they can ocus on understanding the principles and the related theory. Students will be able to observe the normal transverse Zeeman Effect, verifify Bohr magneton, and will be able to measure Planck's constant, speed of light, and perform calibration of the magnetic field.
Other Introductory Experiments: Linear Expansion of Solids, Surface Tension, Ideal Gas Law, Heat Engine, Adiabatic Gas Law, Young’s Double Slit. Variety of Light Sources, Diode Laser, Geometric Optics, Precision Interferometer, Charge-to-Mass ratio of the Electron, Millikan Oil Drop Apparatus, Photoelectric Effect.