Written strictly according to the syllabus prescribed by the CBSE, New Delhi for Class XII, the book aims at developing scientific attitude towards observing, researching and analysing.
About the AuthorDr. R.S. Mittal
- Simple, lucid and easy language to explain the experiments.
- Basic concepts explained with examples.
- Extensive tables, diagrams and graphs with suitable labels for easy comprehension.
- Latest set of Demostrations prescribed by the CBSE.
a gold medalist in school days in one of the rare Physics, Post Graduates who have got the distinction of getting a degree in teaching from Delhi University CIE. He has 40 years of teaching experience of graduate classes at Ramjas College, Delhi University, where he also served as Head of Department of Physics. He has authored several books for Secondary and Sr. Secondary classes.
Subhas Singal completed his M.Sc in Physics from Delhi University in 1969 and joined Atomic Energy Commission, Trombay as Research Fellow. Later he joined one of the most renowned schools of India where he also worked as Head of Physics Department. He has also worked as the Principal of reputed Sr. Secondary School. He has also been conferred National Award for Teachers in 1998 and an award from NCERT for the best essay on Innovation in Science Education. He also received associateship of Chelsea College, University of London, U.K. Poonam Singh
did her M.Sc. (Physics) from Delhi University and has experience of more than eight years of teaching at Senior Secondary level.Table of Contents
- Aim of the Experimental Study
- Importance of Laboratory Work
- General Introduction for Performing Experiments
- How to Record an Experiment in the Practical File
- Observations and Experimental Errors
- Accuracy and Dispersion of Observations
- Accuracy of the Results
- Permissible Errors in the Results
- How to Estimate the Permissible Error in the Result
- Estimating Maximum Permissible Error: Some Exaples
- Percentage Error
- Significant Figures (Precision of Measurement)
- Rouding off
- How to Read Four Figured Logarithm Tables
- How to Plot a Graph
- Calculating the Slope of a Straight Line Graph
- International System of Units (S.I. Units)
- Rules of Measurements in the Laboratory
- Sources of Electric Current and Electrical, Accessories
- Demontration Experiments
- Tables of Physical Constants
- Various Types of Diodes, Resistors and Capacitors
- Greek Symbols and Physical Constants
- S.I and C.G.S. Units
- Logarithmic and other Tables