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Experiments in Applied Physics 1(1.0 credits)

Code:163
Course Type:Basic Specialized Courses
Class Format:Experiment
Course Name : Applied Physics
Starts 1 : 2 the previous term
Elective/Compulsory : Compulsory
Lecturer : Koji ASAKA Lecturer  Mitsuo SAKASITA Assistant Professor  Hitoshi NAKAHARA Assistant Professor 
Yasunori YOKOYAMA Assistant Professor  Hisaaki TANAKA Assistant Professor  TAKEUCHI Wakana Assistant Professor 
Tetsuya YAMAMOTO Assistant Professor  Takafumi ISHIDA Assistant Professor  Takafumi HATANO Assistant Professor 
Yuto NAKAMURA Assistant Professor  Takahiro URATA Assistant Professor 

•Course Purpose
We provide a minimum set of basic experiments on physics which is necessary to learn before entering each subject of research. Through the experiments, students are to acquire not only basic experimental techniques but also attitudes toward the experimental research and to obtain total power of both knowledge and experimental technique for research of applied physics.

•Prerequisite Subjects

•Course Topics
After the orientation and a lecture on data processing, 2-3 students are grouped together to make 10 experiments below every week. Lectures on how to make reports and presentations are made. At the last week, students make their oral presentations. Tutorials on each experiment are made by assistant professors.
1.Optical fibers
2.The Stefan-Boltzmann's law
3.Digital circuits
4.Analog circuits
5.Planck's constant
6.Elementary electric charge
7.Heat capacity of solids
8.Electric properties of metals and semiconductors
9.Experiments on vacuum
10.Sound-velocity of ultrasonic pulse

•Textbook
Basic Experiments in Applied Physics (ed.by Dept.of Appl.Phys., Nagoya Univ.) (in Japanese). The textbook is distributed in the first lecture. Students should bring their own notebook, scientific calculator, and graph paper.

•Additional Reading
none

•Grade Assessment
Evaluated by the report on data processing and ten reports on each subject and the oral presentation. Record more than 60/100 is qualified. Delay of report submission is marked.

•Notes

•Contacting Faculty
If you have any question, contact to e-mail: asaka@nuqe.nagoya-u.ac.jp

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