## What is the anomalous Zeeman effect | Atomic Physics

Anomalous Zeeman effect In general case, we observed the interaction of the magnetic field with a magnetic dipole moment. Its interpretation is complex when S’≠0. The Lorentz classical theory can’t explain the interaction theory and further the splitting of energy levels. But remember, along with the…

## Magnetic Units and Conversion Factors

In this table, basic physical quantities which are used in magnetic materials are included. The symbol and conversion from one unit to the other. This conversion will be helpful in numerical problems. Quantity Symbol SI Unit CGS emu Unit Conversion Remarks Magnetic Induction or Magnetic…

## Zeeman Effect

Introduction In 1896, it was observed by the Zeeman (the Dutch physicist Pieter Zeeman) that, when an atom is placed in an external magnetic field, and then it excited, the spectral lines emits in the deexcitation process are split into several components. These several components…

## Atomic Dipole Moment: Key to Understand the Material’s Properties

I start it with a simple example of a classroom. As you know, in the classroom when there is no teacher students sit in random directions. While teacher enters into the classroom all the students get aligned towards the teacher. The orientation of students because of…

## Specifications of Different Optical Fibers

Single mode step index fiber: Core diameter: 7 to 11 μm Cladding diameter: generally 125 μm Coating diameter: 200 to 300 μm Numerical aperture: 0.08 to 0.15 Performance: 2 to 5 dB/km with a scattering limit of around 1 dB/km at a wavelength of 0.85 μm Bandwidth: Greater…

## Signal Attenuation in an Optical Fiber

Signal attenuation within the optical fibers is usually expressed in the logarithmic unit of the decibel. Decibel is defined by the input and output power ratio of the signal for a specific operating wavelength. The overall signal attenuation is defined by the number of dB,…

## Total Internal Reflection- Optical Fiber

Ray Theory Transmission Let’s see what happens when a light ray encounters a boundary separating two different media? In the figure given below, n1 and n2 are the refractive indices of the two media. Here n1 & n2 represents the denser and rare mediums respectively. The…

## Basic Introduction of Optical Fiber- Refractive Index

Some of the questions that arise about the optical fibers (OF) are: What is the structure of an optical fiber? How does light propagate along a fiber? What materials are used to make optical fibers? What is the process of making the OF? What is…

## Resistors in Series |Ohms Law| apni Physics for 10th class science

Resistors in Circuits There are three things, in Ohm’s Law Resistance Voltage Current In this equation if I increases then R will decrease. It means the result of product remain same i.e., V. If voltage remain constant between two points it means it is balanced…

## Quiz trial -2 Quantum Mechanics. Superconductivity and Magnetic Materials

In this quiz, I have used mathematical equations to judge the output, in HTML its little difficult to write the math equations. These are two basic questions of the quantum mechanics.

## Vector Physics for class 11th, JEE, and NEET examination

These videos covers Vector Calculus for the class 11. The first video video includes a definition of a vector, mathematical operation of vector, linear and angular shifting of a vector, addition of vectors. Vector-Part 2 Part-3 This video covers Vector quantity. This video includes the…

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