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follows
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function.
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diffusion pump.
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(ii) Write short notes on


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a. T Distribution
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sources of random error.


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quenching phenomenon.
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N.B. : (1) All questions are compulsory.

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b. Poisson Distribution
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c. Binomial Distribution
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published value of c = 1.1693 nm


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(2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Degrees of Freedom
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(3) Draw neat diagrams wherever necessary.

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gauge. What is the ultimate pressure measured by Pirani gauge?


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(ii) What is desorption and outgassing? Explain both the phenomena.


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(i) Get the expression for conductance when pipes are connected in series.
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(i) With the help of a neat diagram explain the construction and working of a
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Explain the principle, construction and working of a linear drift tube accelerator.
(i) What is Random error and Systematic error? Explain in brief the different

(i) The data given below is of the lattice dimension c of the unit cell of 8 crystals
created by an experimenter in a lab. At a = 0.05 level of significance,

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determine whether the sample mean of the values differs significantly from the

The t values for different confidence levels at n-l degrees of freedom are as

Explain the working mechanism of Geiger Muller counter. Also describe the
Fmd the mean and standard deviation for the following probability distribution

(ii) With the help of a neat diagram explain the construction and working of Pirani
1 c (in nm) 11.1685 11.1665 11.167211.1675 11.1695 11.169211.170211.1683 1

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circuit will have:


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a. True Value
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c. Sample Mean
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b. Population Mean
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Explain the terms briefly:


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a. No faulty connection
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F7 C 52 A 41 68 8 ED C4 C 9D 94 08 7E CA 52 A5 12 68 83 characterization technique.
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planes, calculate the lattice constant.


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41 68 B83 ED C4 CA 9D 94 08 7E CA 524 A5 412 68B 83 D 45 CA 9D
26 B8 E C 5C 9 94 20 F7 C 52 A 41 68 8 ED C4 CA 9D 94

b. More than one faulty connection.


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C4 5C 9D 94 208 F7E CA 52 A5 412 68 83 ED C45 CA 9D 942 08F 7E CA
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the observed counting rate is 1000 per minute?


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Explain briefly any three leak detection methods.


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08 7E A 24 A5 12 8B 83 D 45 A D 42 8F E A 24 54 12 8B
F7 C 52 A 41 68 8 ED C4 C 9D 94 08 7E CA 52 A5 12 68 83
EC A5 4A 54 26 B8 3E C 5C A9 94 20 F7 C 52 4A 41 68 B8 ED

Given: mp = 1.67 x 10- 27 Kg and q = 1.6 X 10- 19 C.


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24 54 12 8B 83E DC 45 A D9 420 8F EC A5 24A 54 26 8B8 3E C 5C
A5 12 68 83 D 45 CA 9D 42 8F 7E A 24 5 12 8B 3E DC 45 A

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Backscattering Spectrometry (RBS) with the applications.

2Wb/m2 . What will be the energy of the protons and deuterons?


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spectroscopy. Describe its use in materials characterization.

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Explain principal ofUV -visible spectroscopy. State its advantages.


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5C A9 94 20 F7 C 52 4A 41 68 B8 ED C4 CA 9D 94 08 7E CA 524
A9 D9 20 8F7 EC A5 4A 541 26 B8 3ED C4 5C 9 94 208 F7 CA 52 A
D9 420 8F EC A5 24A 54 26 8B8 3E C 5C A9 D9 20 F7 EC 52 4A 541
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08 7E A 24 A5 12 8B 83 D 45 A D 42 8F E A 24 54 12 8B
(i) Distinguish between an electron synchrotron and proton synchrotron.

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Draw a schematic diagram of a vacuum system neatly labeling all the parts.
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construction and working of X-ray diffractometer. Discuss the 8-28 scan.

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(ii) What are the advantages of semiconductor detectors over gas filled detectors?

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peak at 28 = 62.3°. If the diffraction is first order diffraction from the {3 3 I}


(ii) What is X-ray diffraction? With the help of neat labeled diagram, explain the

(ii) What do you mean by Rutherford Backscattering? Discuss its use in Rutherford
(i) With the help of energy level diagram explain the principle of Mossbauer

(i) What is the principle of photoelectron spectroscopy? Hence explain XPS as a

0.2% of the electrical connections are faulty, what is the probability that an assembled

Scanning of FCC cubic sample of InSb by X-rays with wavelength 0.154 nm exhibit a
The assembly of a hybrid circuit requires the soldering of 58 electrical connections. If

A Gieger Muller counter has a dead time of 400 Ilsec. What is the true counting rate if
The pole pieces of a cyclotron are 1.6 m in diameter and provide a magnetic field of
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F7 C 52 A 41 68 8 ED C4 C 9D 94
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