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SCILAB:

SEM: III

1. To find resistance using Ohm's Law. Click Here

2. To verify Hooke's law of elasticity. Click Here

3. To find area of a circle. Click Here

4. To find area of a square. Click Here

5. To find volume of a sphere. Click Here

6. To find current in a LR circuit. Click Here

7. To find current in a RC circuit. Click Here

8. To find current in a LCR circuit. Click Here

9. To find eigen value of a matrix. Click Here

10. To find the determinant of a given matrix. Click Here

11. To find inverse of a matrix. Click Here

12. To solve the differential equation dy/dx=-x with x(0)=0. y(0)=-2 from x=0 to 10
with interval =1.  Click Here

13. To solve the differential equation dy/dx=x+y, with x(0)=0. y(0)=1 from x=0 to 10
with interval h=1.  Click Here

14. To find the spring constant 'k' from Hooke's Law when mass & time period are given. Click Here

15. To evaluate & plot Bessel function in scilab. Click Here

16. To evaluate & plot Legendre Polynomial in scilab. Click Here

SEM: V
1.  An electron trapped in a one-dimensional region of length 1.0 × 10-10 m (a) In the ground state, what is the probability of finding the electron in the region from x = 0.0090 nm to 0.0110 nm? (b) In the first excited state, what is the probability of finding the electron between x = 0 and x = 0.025 nm.      CLICK
2. Find the value of <x> of a particle in the region x=0 to 6 nm in the ground state of one dimensional rigid box of length 12nm.  CLICK
3. In the ground state of an electron bound in a one-dimensional Coulomb potential energy, what is the probability to find the electron located between x = 0 and x = a0. Take a0 = 2.    CLICK
4. For the n = 2 states (l = 0 and l = 1), compare the probabilities of the electron being found inside the Bohr radius.      CLICK

SEM: VI
1. # Plot Maxwell distribution function with energy at different temperature in scilab. CLICK

2. Plot Specific heat of solid (a) Dulong-Petit law, (b) Einstein distribution function, (c) Debye distribution function with temperature and compare them with scilab.

3. Compare the plot for intensity vs wavelength for Black body radiation for                         Planck’s law and Wien’s law at different temperature.    CLICK

4. Planck's Law in Scilab  CLICK

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