Physics Projects For Class 12

by admin on September 13, 2012


Physics is one the natural sciences that deals with the mathematical analysis, experiments and measurements with the idea of discovering quantitative physical laws from microcosmos nano-world to the solar systems, planets and galaxies which occupy the macrocosmos.

The laws of nature are used in order to find the behavior of the world and all types of machines. Most of the daily technological inventions which we today take for granted are the results of various discoveries in physics. The fundamental laws of physics are universal. However, physics today has become a vast discipline that numerous subfields of physics are considered as individual sciences.

Long ago, Greeks found the first quantitative physics laws, like buoyancy of bodies in water and the Archimedes’ descriptions of the principle of levers. However, they never conducted any experiments, and as science physics stood still for many centuries. However, during the seventeenth century, Galileo Galilei and afterwards Issac Newton helped in establishing the usage of mathetics as a basic tool of physics, which directed to many advances of today‚Äôs technologies.

Following are some of the physics project ideas for Class 12 students:

  1. Fermi-Dirac Statistics
  2. Coherence
  3. Quantum Statistics of Solids
  4. Nuclidic Masses
  5. Stable Nuclei
  6. Muon Detection
  7. Leptons
  8. Magnetic Properties of Solids
  9. Hadrons
  10. Lorentz Covariance
  11. Bose-Einstein Statistics
  12. Particle Physics
  13. Symmetry Principles
  14. Fluid Stability
  15. Strong Interaction
  16. Photoconductivity
  17. Rotating Flows
  18. Compressible Flow
  19. General Relativity
  20. Electroweak Theory
  21. Quantum Statistics of Ideal Gases
  22. Flip-Flops
  23. Partition Function
  24. Statistical Mechanics
  25. Quantum Electrodynamics
  26. The Isotropic Navier-Stokes Fluid
  27. Density Functional Methods
  28. Dislocations
  29. The Isotropic Thermoelastic Solid
  30. Spin Tensor Fields
  31. Temperature
  32. Motion at High Reynolds Numbers
  33. Biomechanics
  34. Diffraction
  35. Black Holes

  36. Shock Waves
  37. Irreversible Processes
  38. Lattice Vibrations
  39. Transport Theory
  40. Multiresonance Spectroscopy
  41. Free-Electron Model
  42. Helium Atom
  43. Biophysics
  44. Injection Lasers
  45. Laser Spectroscopy
  46. Crystal Diffraction
  47. Entropy
  48. Liquids
  49. Insulators
  50. The Standard Model
  51. Quantum Magnets
  52. Hamiltonian Mechanics
  53. Sonoluminescence
  54. Annihilation
  55. Linear Systems Theory
  56. Potential Flow
  57. Fluid Equations of Motion
  58. Phase Transitions
  59. Turbulence
  60. Amorphous Solids
  61. Propagator Theory
  62. Spontaneous Symmtery Breaking
  63. Constitutive Relations
  64. Quantum Jumps
  65. Tunneling
  66. Raman Spectroscopy
  67. Non-Abelian Gauge Theories
  68. Gamma Ray Transitions
  69. Reversal Mechanisms
  70. Nuclear Reactions
  71. Ferrimagnetism
  72. Quark Model
  73. IR Detectors
  74. Fluctuation
  75. Condensed Matter Physics
  76. Metals
  77. Hadron Collisions
  78. Ultrasonics
  79. Flourescence
  80. Surface Gravity Waves
  81. Gauge Theory
  82. Periodic Potentials
  83. Scattering Theory

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