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Laboratory courses (list of works)
Laboratory course "Measurement devices and methods"
  1. The analysis of measurement errors.
  2. Work with the measuring devices.
  3. Ocscillographs.
  4. Compensation methods of measurements.
  5. Studies of sonic vibrations in the air.
  6. Anharmonic oscillator.
  7. Electrical measurements of non-electric values.
  8. The measurement of the sound speed by means of colliding rods.
  9. The measurement of sonic vibration frequency and the speed of rotation.
  10. Determination of defects in the electronic schemes.
  11. Studies of aerosols.
  12. The measurement of magnetic field intensity and its gradient.

Laboratory course "Molecular Physics"
Atomic structure of the matter.
  1. Studies of the Brownian movement.
  2. Observation of the heat noise and determination of the Boltsmann constant.
  3. Measurement of the means free path length of metal atoms in vacuum.
  4. Methods of vacuum preparation.
  5. Methods of vacuum measurements.
  1. Determination of the temperature limit for metal atom sorption on the solid surface.
  2. Determination of the time of vibrational relaxation in carbon dioxide by means of a full-head tube.
  3. Determination of the temperature dependence of the saturated vapor pressure and evaporation heat of liquid nitrogen.
  4. Observation of phase transitions and the determination of critical temperature for Freon-13.
  5. Determination of specific heat capacity of metals by cooling.
  6. Measurement of the specific heat capacity by means of a dynamic C-calorimeter.
  7. Determination of the specific heat capacity of metals by the modulation method.
Liquid and Gas Dynamics
  1. Determination of viscosity of liquids by the Stokes' method and of gases by the capillary method.
  2. Investigation of shock waves in gases (measurements of speed).
  3. Wave method for the measurement of surface tension in liquids.
  4. Determination of the parameters characterizing gases and their mixtures by means of the pulse acoustic tube.
  5. Measurements of the profile of a single wave movement (soliton).
  6. Studies of the internal waves in a liquid.
  7. Study of the laminar and turbulent movement of a liquid in a tube.
  8. Study of the diagonal hydraulic jumps in a liquid.

Laboratory course "Electric and magnetic phenomena"
Electrostatics of conductor and dielectrics.
  1. Measurement of excitation and ionization potentials of atoms.
  2. Non-independent discharge in gases.
  3. Independent discharge in gases.
  4. Conductivity current in vacuum.
  5. Electrical conductance of liquids.
  6. Study of the speed distribution of thermal electrons.
  7. Determination of the work function of electrons according to the calorimetric technique.
  8. Determination of the electron charge using the shot effect.
Magnetic field in vacuum and in substance.
  1. Ferromagnetics.
  2. Magnetic susceptibility near the Curie point.
  3. Movement of charge carriers in the magnetic field. Hall effect.
  4. NMR.
Quasi-stationary processes.
  1. Transition processes in the electric chains with concentrated parameters.
  2. Forced vibrations in a circuit.
  3. Rogovsky's girdle.
  4. Electromagnet field penetration into the substance.
  5. A conductor in the variable magnetic field. Contactless measurement of the electric conductance.

Laboratory course "Optics"
  1. The study of Fraunhofer diffraction.
  2. Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction at a slit.
  3. Determination of the speed of supersound by means of the optical technique.
  4. Optical filtration of images.
  5. Principles and methods of holography.
  6. Diffraction optical elements.
  7. The sudy of Pokkel's effect and modulation of light.
  8. The investigation of Fraunhofer diffraction picture at the periodic structure and the comparison with theory.
  9. Diffraction of light at the sonic vibrations in crystals.
Interference and coherency.
  1. Determination of the wavelength of light with the help of Fresnel biprism.
  2. Newton's rings.
  3. The studies of the photon grouping effect.
  4. A static Fourier spectrometer.
  1. Generation and studies of the polarized light.
  2. Investigation of the phenomena of chromatic polarization of light.
  3. Studies of the laws of polarized light reflection from solid surfaces (ellipsometry).
  4. The study of natural rotation of the light polarization plane.
  5. The study of the rotation of the light polarization plane in a pulse field.
  6. The study of the rotation of the light polarization plane.
Principles of lasers
  1. Investigation of the spectral composition of laser radiation.
  2. A three-mirror laser interferometer.
  3. Spectral characteristics of the dye laser.
  4. Gauss beams and laser resonators.
Optical devices.
  1. Study of a prism spectrograph.
  2. Study of the phase diffraction grating.
  3. Study of the methods of filtering the optical images.
  4. Study of the Fabry-Perrot interferometer.
  5. Holographic interferometry in real time.
  6. Study of the density and temperature distribution over the flame by means of the Mach-Zender interferometer.
  7. Specl interferometry.
  8. Light propagation in thin-film wave guide.
  9. Laser Doppler speed measurer.
Radio optics.
  1. The major elements and devices used in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) techniques.
  2. Studies of the methods of measuring UHF wave characteristics in free space.
  3. Studies of the laws describing reflection and refraction of electromagnet waves and the boundary between two dielectrics.
  4. Polarization of the electromagnet wave. A complete internal reflection.
  5. Tunnel effect in the complete einternal reflection.
  6. Electromagnet wave interference in the UHF range.
  7. Diffraction of the electromagnet wave at a round hole and a disc.
  8. Electromagnet wave scattering at the dielectric ball.

Atomic laboratory course
Atomic spectroscopy.
  1. The studies of hyperfine splitting structure of spectral bands.
  2. The studies of alkaline metal spectrum structure.
  3. Determination of the I2 molecule dissociation energy.
  4. Raman scattering.
  5. The spectrum of hydrogen.
Magnetic properties of atoms.
  1. The study of the simple Zeeman effect.
  2. ESR spectrometer.
  3. NMR spectrometer.
The interaction of radiation with the substance.
  1. Photoluminescence.
  2. Photoeffect.
  3. Determination of the amplifying coefficient of an optical quantum amplifier.
  4. Investigation of ligh-induced drift of sodium vapor.
Movement of charged particles in the magnetic and electric fields.
  1. Mass spectrometer.
  2. Diffraction of electrons and the work with the electron microscope.
  3. Determination of the specific electron charge by means of magnetic focusing.
  1. Alpha-spectrometer. Determination of the energy of alpha-particles from its free path length.
  2. Beta-spectrometer. Study of the beta-decomposition energy according to the absorption technique.

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