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138

/Acad-II

Dated: 21 / 08 /1999

NOTIFICATION.

It is notified for the general information of all concerned that the Academic Council in its

meeting held on 20.04.1999 and the Syndicate dated 29.04.1999, approved the new Scheme of

Studies for B.Sc. Physics which will be effective from the current session.

The Admission to B.Sc. Physics (Part-I) class for the year 1999 will be based on the new

attached Syllabus.

Deputy Registrar (Acad),

University of Peshawar.

No. 6998 7010 /Acad-II,

Copy to:

1.

Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Peshawar.

2.

The Chairman, Department of Physics, University of Peshawar.

3.

All Principals of Constituent/Affiliated Degree Colleges alongwith a copy of

B.Sc. Physics Syllabus for record/necessary action please.

4.

The Controller of Examinations B.A/B.Sc., University of Peshawar.

5.

The Deputy Controller of Examinations (Conduction), B.A/B.Sc., University of

Peshawar.

6.

P.S. to Vice-Chancellor, University of Peshawar.

Sd/xxx xxx xxx

Deputy Registrar (Acad),

University of Peshawar.

Paper I:

MECHANICS

Marks: 30

TOPICS

1. VECTOR OPERATIONS:

Vector in 3 dimensions.

SCOPES.

Introduction, Direction Cosines,

Spherical polar coordinates, applications.

Vector Products

Multiple Products

operations.

and gradient of a scalar.

curl of a Vector.

Divergence and Flux of a Vector

field, curl and line integral

[mutual relation]

Vector Integrations

Divergence Theorem.

application to specific cases.

Converting from differential to

integral forms.

Stokes' Theorem.

topics are being covered in B.Sc.

Mathematics Course, need not teach

this part of the curriculum.

2. PARTICLE DYNAMICS.

[Advanced applications

of Newton's laws].

basis of this force.

Dynamics of Uniform

motion

the banked curve.

Equation of motion.

using integrations. Constant and Non

constant Forces and special examples.

integration method.

on motion.

V(t) for the case of motion with time

dependent drag (viscous) forces, terminal

velocity. Projectile motion/air

resistance.

Pseudo forces.

Calculation of pseudo forces for simple

Cases (linearly accelerated reference

frame).

Centrifugal force as an example of pseudo

force, carioles force.

Limitation of Newton's

Laws.

Discussion.

Suggested level.

(R.H.K.) Vector Analysis, Dr. Muhammad Ali

Khattak, University of Peshawar.

Vector Analysis, Muhammad Afzal.

Vector Analysis, Dr. S.M. Yousaf.

Work done by a constant force,

work done by a variable force

(1-Dimention).

Work done by a variable

force (2-dimemsional case).

General proof of work

energy theorem.

4. Power.

Reference Frames.

Suggested Level:

use of integration work done (e.g. in

vibration of a spring obeying Hook's Law).

Obtaining general expression force

and applying to simple cases e.g. pulling

a mass at the end of a fixed string

against gravity.

Qualitative Review of work energy

theorem. Derivation using integral

calculus. Basic formula; and applications.

Energy changes with respect to observers

in different inertial frames.

Ch.7 of R.H.K.

5. CONSERVATION OF ENERGY.

Conservative, and non

conservative forces.

& examples; work done in a closed path.

1-D conservative system; force as the

gradient of potential energy, applications

in the case of a spring and force of

gravity.

One-dimensional

conservative system.

stable, unstable and neutral equilibrium.

Analytic solution for x(t).

2,3 dimensional

conservative system.

the gradient of the potentials. Work done

in 2,3, dimensional motion.

Conservation of energy

in a system of particles.

isolated system.

Suggested Level:

Ch.8 of H.R.K.

6. SYSTEMS OF PARTICLES.

Two particle systems and

generalization to many

particle systems.

equation of motion.

objects.

objects using integral Calculus.

Calculating C.M. of;

i)

Uniform Rod.

ii)

Cylinder.

iii)

Sphere.

Momentum changes in a

system of variable mass.

to motion of rocket (determination of its

mass as a function of time).

Suggested level:

Ch.9 H.R.K.

7. COLLISION.

Elastic collision, Conservation

of momentum during collision.

a)

b)

centre of mass reference frame.

obtaining velocities in c. m. frame.

Suggested Level:

Ch.10 of H.R.K.

One dimensions.

Two dimensions (Oblique collisions)

8. ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS.

Overview of rotational Dynamics.

variables, scalar and vector form. Kinetic

energy of rotation; Moment of inertia.

cases.

Determination of moment

of inertia of various shapes.

Rotational dynamics of rigid

bodies.

of application of torque.

transactional motion.

Suggested Level:

Ch.12 of H.R.K.

9. ANGULAR MOMENTUM.

Angular velocity.

momentum, effects of Torque.

precessional motion.

Suggested Level.

Ch. 13 H.R.K.

10. GRAVITATION.

Review of basic Concepts of

gravitation. Gravitational effect

of a spherical mass distribution.

Gravitational potential energy.

Mathematical treatment.

Develop equation using integration

techniques; calculation of escape

velocity.

(Derivation & explanation). Motion of

satellites.

Energy considerations in planetary and

satellite motion, Qualitative discussion

on application of gravitational law to the

Galaxy.

Suggested Level:

Ch.16. of H.R.K.

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Elastic properties of matter.

Physical basis of elasticity Tension,

Compression & Shearing. Elastic Modulus,

Elastic limit.

Suggested Level:

Ch.14 H.R.K.

Fluid Statics.

with height in the atmosphere.

Surface Tension.

and bubbles.

Suggested Level:

Ch.17 H.R.K.

and the equation of continuity.

Bernoulli's Equation.

dynamic lift thrust on a rocket.

Viscosity.

of viscosity, practical example of

viscosity, fluid flow through a

cylindrical pipe [ Poisenille's law ].

Suggested Level:

Ch.18 R.H.K.

Trouble with classical Mechanics.

or paradoxes in classical ideas of time,

length, and velocity.

Postulates of Relativity.

inverse transformation.

application of the same Transformation of

Velocities.

Consequences of Lorentz

transformation.

Relativistic momentum.

Derivation.

Relativistic energy.

Derive E = mc2.

Suggested level:

6

PAPER-II.

Marks : 30

TOPICS.

SCOPES.

1. Harmonic Oscillations.

Simple harmonic oscillation

(SHM).

of motion x(t), v(t), a(t) Energy.

Considerations in S.H.M.

Application of SHM

simple pendulum.

motion, combinations of

Harmonic motions.

Lissaajous patterns.

discussion of its solution.

Examples of resonance.

of its solution.

Suggested level:

Ch. 15 of H.R.K.

2. WAVES.

Mechanical waves Travelling

waves.

sinusoidal waves; Group speed and

dispersion.

Waves speed.

Mechanical analysis.

Wave equation.

Discussion of solution.

motion.

Principle of superposition

(basic ideas)

Phase changes on reflection; Natural

frequency, resonance.

Suggested level.

Ch. 19 of H.R.K.

3. SOUND.

Beats Phenomenon.

Analytical treatment.

Doppler Effect.

object and source moving.

Suggested level.

Ch. 20 of H.R.K

4. LIGHT.

Nature of light.

Light as an Electromagnetic

wave.

aspects, path difference, phase difference

etc.

Suggested level:

Ch. 42 H.R.K.

INTERFERENCE

`

interference, analytical treatment. Adding

of Electromagnetic waves using phasors.

Michelson Interferometer.

compensating plate; Michelson

interferometer use in determining velocity

of light.

Fresnels Biprism and its use.

Suggested level.

Ch. 45 H.R.K.

Diffraction.

single slit diffraction using phasor

treatment and analytical treatment using

addition of waves. Double slit

interference & diffraction combined.

Diffraction at a circular aperture.

slits.

Diffraction grating.

Dispersion and resolving power of

gratings.

Suggested level.

Holography.

Qualitative discussion.

Polarization.

polarization by polarizing sheets, by

reflection, by double refraction and

double scattering.

Description of polarization

states.

Rotation of plane of

polarization.

Use of polarimeter.

Suggested level:

Ch. 48 H.R.K.

5. THERMODYNAMICS

Temperature, Kinetic theory

of the ideal gas, work done on

an ideal gas.

Intermolecular forces.

Qualitative discussion.

Suggested level:

Ch. 23 H.R.K.

6. STATISTICAL MECHANICS.

Statistical Distribution and

Mean values.

calculations of mean free path.

distribution of energies.

energy distribution; internal energy of an

ideal gas.

Brownian motion.

conduction and viscosity.

Suggested level.

Ch. 24 H.R.K.

7. HEAT.

Review of previous concepts.

First law of thermodynamics,

transfer of heat.

applications to adiabatic, isothermal,

cyclic and free expansion.

Suggested level:

Ch.25 H.R.K.

Reversible and irreversible

processes, 2nd law. Carnot cycle,

Carnot engines.

Refrigerators& Second Law. Calculation of

efficiency of heat engines.

Thermodynamic temperature

scale.

(discussion).

Entropy.

irreversible process. Entropy & Second

Law. Entropy & probability.

Suggested level:

Ch. 26 H.R.K.

effect.

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Paper III:

Marks : 30

TOPICS.

SCOPE.

1. ELECTROSTATICS.

Electric Charge: Conductors and

Insulators Vector form of

Coulomb's Law.

Coulomb's law for point charges.

Quantization and conservation of charge.

(Discussion)

Suggested level

Ch.27 H.R.K.

2. ELECTRIC FIELD.

Field due to a point charge; due to

several point charges, electric dipole.

Electric field of continuous

charge distribution.

infinite line of charge.

Dipole in an electric field.

uniform field.

Suggested level.

Ch. 28 H.R.K.

Gauss's Law.

(Integral and differential forms)

( Integral Form ).

with a cavity, field near a charged

conducting sheet. Field of infinite line

of charge; Field of infinite sheet of

charge. Field of spherical shell. Field of

spherical charge distribution.

Suggested level:

Ch. 29 H.R.K

3. ELECTRIC POTENTIAL.

Potential due to point charge. Potential

due to collection of point charges.

Potential due to dipole. Electric

potential of continuous charge

distribution. Equipotent surfaces.

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potential.

potential. Potential and field inside and

outside an isolated conductor.

Suggested level:

Ch.30 H.R.K

Capacitance; calculating the electric

field in a capacitor. Capacitors of

various shapes, cylindrical, spherical

etc. Energy stored in an electric field.

Energy per unit volume.

Capacitor with dielectric.

1) An atomic view.

2) Application of Gauss' Law to capacitor

with dielectric.

Suggested level:

Ch. 31 H.R.K.

5. ELECTRIC CURRENT.

Electric Current.

conductivity (Microscopic & macroscopic

view of resistivity).

Ohm's Law.

and heat flow. Microscopic view of ohms

law. Energy transfers in an electric

circuit.

Semiconductors, superconductors.

Suggested level:

Ch.32 H.R.K.

6. DC CIRCUITS.

Calculating the current in a

single loop, multiple loops;

voltages at various elements of

a loop.

RC Circuits.

circuit. Analytical treatment.

Suggested level:

Ch. 33 H.R.K.

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Magnetic field, B.

Basic idea.

particle, magnetic force on a derive.

current. Torque on a current loop.

Magnetic dipole.

field. Discuss quantitatively.

Suggested level:

Ch. 34 H.R.K.

8. AMPERE'S LAW.

Biot-Savart Law.

current loop, force on two parallel

current carrying conductors.

Ampere's Law.

application to solenoids and

toriods. (Integral form ).

Suggested Level:

Ch. 35 H.R.K.

Faraday's Law.

Magnetic flux. consequences of Faraday's

Law.

Lenz's Law.

Motional E.M.F.

Quantitative analysis.

Suggested Level:

Ch.36 H.R.K.

Gauss's Law for Magnetism

magnetic moments.

conservation of magnetic flux;

differential form of Gausses Law.

Basic ideas; Bohr Magneton.

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Magnetization.

Defining M, B, U.

Magnetic Materials.

Paramagnetism, Diamagnetism,

Ferromagnetism, Discussion. Hysteresis in

Ferromagnetic materials.

11. INDUCTANCE.

Inductance.

Solenoid; Toroid.

LR Circuits.

treatment.

field.

field.

Electromagnetic Oscillation.

analysis using differential

equations.(without considering damped

and forced oscillations). Forced

electromagnetic oscillations and

resonance.

Suggested level:

Ch. 38 H.R.K.

Alternating current.

capacitative elements.

solution. Graphical analysis, phase

angles.

Power in A. C. circuits.

factor.

Transformer.

Suggested level:

Ch. 39 H.R.K.

Summarizing the electromagnetic

equations.

Law; Ampere's Law.

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& displacement current.

Maxwell's equations.

and implications.

Suggested level:

Ch. 40 H.R.K.

Generating an electromagnetic wave.

Traveling Waves and Maxwell's

equations.

differential form of Maxwell's equations;

obtaining the velocity of light from

Maxwell's equations.

Vector.

physical concepts.

Suggested Level:

Ch.41 H.R.K.

15. ELECTRONICS.

Semiconductor materials.

gaps (qualitative). P-type, n-type

materials.

b) Junction diode.

as rectifiers.

c) Transistor.

Transistor biasing.

common base, common emitter, common

collector, load line, operating point,

hybrid parameters.

e) Transistor as an amplifier.

oscillators.

Multivibrators.

g) Logic gates.

basic applications.

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Paper IV :

MODERN PHYSICS

Marks : 30

TOPIC.

SCOPE.

1. QUANTUM PHYSICS

1. Thermal Radiations

(Black body radiation).

consequences.

Einstein's photon theory.

Analytical treatment.

6. Line spectra.

quantum theory.

Suugested level:

Ch. 49 H.R.K.

Wave behavior of particles.

De Broglie hypothesis.

Testing De Broglie's

hypothesis.

particles.

Heisenberg's uncertainty

principle (HUP).

Time; H.U.P. applied to single slit

diffraction.

Wave Function.

particle.

Schrodinger Equation.

applied to specific cases e.g. step

potentials, and free particle, Barrier,

Tunnelling. (basic idea).

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Trapped particles and

probability densities.

using wave function of states. Discussion

of particle in a well. Barrier tunnelling.

The correspondence

principles.

Discussion.

(Waves & particles).

Discussion.

Suggested level:

Ch.50 H.R.K.

Bohr's Theory.

Franck Hertz experiment. Energy levels of

electrons; Atomic spectrum.

momentum; space quantization, orbital

angular momentum & magnetism, Bohr's

Magneton.

Electron Spin

experiment, experimental results.

Suggested level:

Ch.51 H.R.K.

5. ATOMIC PHYSICS.

X-ray spectrum

Explanation.

Development of periodic table.

and its use in developing the periodic

table.

Laser.

6. NUCLEAR PHYSICS.

Discovering the nucleus.

interpretation.

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No; Isotopes).

b).Nuclear Force ( Basic Ideas).

c) Nuclear Radii.

d) Nuclear Masses Binding Energies Mass

defect.

e) Nuclear Spin & Magnetism.

Radioactive decay:

Alpha decay.

Basic ideas.

Beta decay.

Basic ideas.

(Units).

Natural Radioactivity.

Nuclear Reactions.

exothermic - endothermic.(Some discussion

of reaction energies in the contact of

nuclear stationery states).

Suggested level

Ch. 54 H.R.K.

Nuclear Fission.

description, Theory of N. Fission.

Nuclear Reactors.

Basic principles.

Thermonuclear Fusion

(T.N.F)

Controlled thermonuclear

fusion.

reactor.

Suggested level:

Ch. 55 H.R.K.

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PRACTICALS B. Sc.

The sub-committee reviewed the existing approved list of practicals and agreed to

recommend the practicals as per list for introduction at B.Sc. level. While reviewing the status of

B.Sc. Physics practicals the committee strongly felt that the existing format was too highly

structured and the students were not getting sufficient training in constructing equipment for

innovation. With this in view the Committee recommended as follows:a)

During the two years of B.Sc. the students be required to perform one mini project, in

addition to 12 experiments per section ( i.e. Section-A: 12 Experiments, Section-B: 12

Experiments, + 1 mini project). The distribution of marks between experiments and

project would be,

Practical-A

Practical-B

:

:

15 marks,

15 marks,

OR

__________________________

Total

30 marks.

Practical-A :

10 marks,

Practical-B

:

10 marks,

Project

:

10 marks,

____________________________

Total :

30 marks.

While the students would be expected to construct and submit the report of the project, they

would be expected to demonstrate working and be examined in detail for the project at the time of

final examination.

b)

The projects should conform to a standard requiring a level of construction and data

acquisition etc. To specify this level, a list of projects with the detailed write-ups

was provided by the committee. It would be the responsibility of the colleges to

provide the student with major equipment while the students would be expected to

provide consumable parts. The teachers would be expected to help and guide the

students in the choice, construction and use of the projects to obtain data.

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UNDER:

PRACTICAL A

TITLE OF EXPERIMENT:

(Mechanics, Properties of matter, Heat, Waves, Electricity and Magnetism).

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

To study the damping features of an oscillating system using Simple pendulum of

variable mass.

Measurement of viscosity of liquid by stoke's/ Poiseulli's method.

To study the dependence of centripetal force on mass, radius, and angular velocity of a

body in circular motion.

Investigation of phase change with position in a travelling wave and measure the velocity

of sound by C.R.O.

Calibration of thermocouple, metal resistance and thermister using a digital multimeter.

Determination of stefan's constant.

Measurement of refractive index of liquid by Newton's rings.

Measurement of velocity of light using Laser and a rotating mirror.

Measurement of Planck's constant using spectrometer.

To study the characteristics of photo emission and determination of Planck's constant

using a photo cell.

Measurement of specific rotation of sugar by polarimeter and determination of sugar

concentration in a given solution.

Determination of wavelength of Laser Light by diffraction grating and comparing the

resolution of different grating.

Measurement of time constant ( T=CR) of capacitor (RC) system and use of the same as

differentiator and integrator.

Measurement of Dielectric constant of different solids using read switch method.

To study variation of magnetic field produced by a Current carrying (a) straight

Conductor.

(b)

Circular Loop as a function of position and current using a search coil and CRO.

To study magnetic force law between two current carrying coils.

To study the B-H curve and measuring the magnetic parameters.

PRACTICAL B

19.

20.

To Study the characteristic curves of a G. M. counter and use it to determine the

absorption coefficient of (-Particle in Aluminium.

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21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

31.

32.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

response (ii) Band width (iii) phase relation

(iv) Measurement of L.

Determination of e/m of electron.

To set up a half wave and fullwave rectifier and study the following factors:

(i) Smoothing effect of a capacitor.

(ii) Ripple factor and its variation with load.

(iii) Study of regulation of output voltage with load.

To set up a single stage transistor amplifier and measure its

(i) voltage gain

(ii) Band width.

To set up an oscillator circuit and measure its frequency by an oscilloscope.

To set up and study various logic gates (AND,OR NAND etc.) using diode and to

develop their truth table.

To set up an electronics switching circuit using transistor LDR and demonstrate its use as

a Not Gate.

Determination of Range -Energy Curve for particle and determination of air equivalent of

Mica and Aluminium.

To study randomness of nuclear decay using G. M. counter and determining the decay

characteristics of radioactive materials.

Detection of Nuclear Radiations by parallel plate ionization chamber and verification of

inverse square law.

To study the properties of a plasma using a flame and metallic pendulum.

To study Voltage-Current characteristics of an Electric discharge in

(i)

Neon

(ii)

Krypton

(iii)

Argon

(iv)

Mercury

(Any three) discharge tubes.

LIST OF SUGGESTED PROJECTS

Colliding objects.

Energy transformations ET-1.

Angular Momentum.

Energy Transformation-II.

Falling objects.

Vibrating systems.

Electrostatic Force.

Building and Electrometer/application.

Building high voltage power supply.

Building an amplifier using op-amps.

Building a low voltage power supply.

To Construct an Electrical Resonance system.

Magnetic forces.

Centripetal force.

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The Board of Studies endorsed the following recommendations of the curriculum

committee along with certain modifications.

1.

The Committee approved and finalized the decision reached at, in the earlier meeting of

March, Dec. 1995 and unanimously recommended to adopt Physics by D. Halliday,

Resnick, K. S. Krane. (4th Edition Published by John Wiley and Sons: 1992) as the text

book.

2.

The Committee decided that all questions for future B.Sc. Exams be taken from this book.

This may include both the conceptual questions and problems at the end of each chapter.

The sub- Committee noted with satisfaction that the above book has already been adopted

by the Karachi University and recommended by the Multan University. The availability of

book should be made easier and the UGC be asked to contact both the publishers & the

local book authorities such as the National Book foundation of Pakistan.

3.

The Committee recommended that the pattern of question papers should be as follows: a)

Numerical Problems.

40%

b)

Theoretical questions.

40%

c)

Conceptual questions.

20%

(Labelled as questions at the end of chapters H.R.K)

With the passage of time, the weightage given to theoretical questions be reduced in

favour of Numerical and conceptual questions.

4.

The committee recommended very strongly that the spirit of book viz. problem solving and

analysis was only possible if the examinations are held more frequently. All Universities be

urged to hold separate examinations i.e. B.Sc. Part-I & Part-II. This would make it possible

for the students to concentrate on portion of the course at one time, thereby improving the

performance.

The committee felt in principle that decentralization of examination is imperative.

5.

The Committee considered the following aspects while deciding the list of Practicals:

a)

Experiment proposed should as for as possible avoid new and expensive

experiments and try to utilize the existing facilities to the maximum. If new equipment is

needed it should be of the kind which is readily

available in the local market.

b)

Experiment should concentrate both on illustrating the physical principles &

developing some experimental skills of students.

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c)

The Committee endorsed the comments of the sub-committee dated December

1995 subject to the above changes and agreed to have them approved as an appendix with

these recommendations.

6.

The Committee endorsed the idea of double physics, Mathematics alternative to Physics

mathematics and noted that the logistics of this be looked into separately calling the need

for qualified master trainers, to train our teachers in this field. Only when the required

training, equipment and funds have been provided, the same will be implemented.

7.

The Committee also requests to UGC that if examination are to be improved, the efforts

required in preparing & grading quality papers be properly appreciated. In particular the

remuneration for this purpose be increased substantially & the paper work/unnecessary

formalities be eliminated.

8.

recommended that the choice not be more than 50% e.g. a student is required to do 10

questions out of 15. This step is essential to eliminate the partial coverage of course by the

students & teachers.

9.

The Committee felt that a number of affiliated colleges are functioning in a highly

unsatisfactory manner. Particularly in relation to experiments and laboratory work. The

committee recommend that affiliation committee be formed/activated at each University to

continuously visit and inspect the affiliated colleges. Those colleges who do not fulfill

minimum requirements and standards of B.Sc. teaching have their affiliation suspended.

10.

The Board of Studies strongly recommend to increase marks per paper to fifty(50) in order

to have better marking scale. The Board feels that this will only be possible when the same

standard of marks is adopted in all other subjects taught at B.Sc level.

Sd/x x x

CONVENER,

BOARD OF STUDIES IN PHYSICS,

UNIVERSITY OF PESHAWAR.

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