Experiment 25
Prepare M/20 oxalic acid solution. Find out the percentage purity of impure KMnO4 solution whose 5.2 gm has been desolved per litre of solution.

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Class 12 Physics Practicals List


Experiment: 1
To determine the angle of minimum deviation for a given glass prism by plotting a graph between angle of incidence and the angle of deviation.
Experiment: 2
To determine resistance of a galvanometer by half deflection method.
Experiment: 3
To determine resistance per cm of a given wire by plotting a graph of potential difference verses current.
Experiment: 4
To find the value of V for different values of u in case of a concave mirror and to find the focal length.
Experiment: 5
To find the refractive index of a liquid (water) using a concave mirror.
Experiment: 6
To compare the e.m.f. of the given primary cells (Daniel and Leclanche) using a potentiometer.
Experiment: 7
To find the focal length of a convex lens by plotting graph.
Experiment: 8
To determine the internal resistance of a given primary cell by using potentiomenter.
Experiment: 9
To find resistance of a given wire using meter bridge and hence determine the specific resistance of its material.
Experiment: 10
To verify the laws of combination (series/parallel) of resistance using a meter bridge.
Experiment: 11
To convert the given galvanometer into an ammeter of desired range and verify the same.
Experiment: 12
To convert the given galvanometer into a voltmeter of desired range and verify the same.
Experiment: 13
To draw I-V characteristic curve of a p-n junction in forward bias and reverse bias.
Experiment: 14
To draw the characteristic of a zener diode and to determine its reverse breakdown.
Experiment: 15
To determine the refractive index of a glass slab using a travelling microscope.
Experiment: 16
To assemble a household circuit comparing three bulbs, three (on - off) switches, a free a power source.
Experiment: 17
To assemble the component of a given electric circuit
Experiment: 18
To observe diffraction of light due to a thin slit between sharp edges of major blades.
Experiment: 19
To observe the polarisation of light using two polaroids.
Experiment: 20
To identify a diode, and LED, a transistor, integrated circuit (IC), a resistor and a capacitor from a mixed collection.
Experiment: 21
To study the size and nature of the image formed by a concave mirror using a candle and a screen (for different distances of the candle from the mirror.)
Experiment: 22
To design an appropriate logic gate combination for a given truth table.
Experiment: 23
To prepare M/50 standard solution of Mohr's salt and by using this solution find out the molarity and strength of the given KMnO4 solution.
Experiment: 24
Prepare M/50 KMnO4 solution and use this solution to find the molarity and strength of Mohr's salt.
Experiment: 25
Prepare M/20 oxalic acid solution. Find out the percentage purity of impure KMnO4 solution whose 5.2 gm has been desolved per litre of solution.
Experiment: 26
Prepare M/50 solution of KMnO4 with help of the solution. Find out the molarity and strength given unknown solution of oxalic acid.
Experiment: 27
Find the percentage (%) Purity of impure sample of Mohr's salt, 25.6 gm of which dissolve in 1L (one litre) solution. Prepare the standard solution M/50 KMnO4.
Experiment: 28
Prepare M/10 standard solution of Mohr's salt. Titrate it against the unknown solution of KMnO4 and find the molarity of KMnO4.
Experiment: 29
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observation and write one confirmatory test for each.
Experiment: 30
To identify the given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 31
To identify the given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test for each.
Experiment: 32
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 33
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observation and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 34
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 35
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write on confirmatory.
Experiment: 36
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observation and write one confirmatory test for each.
Experiment: 37
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 38
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 39
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 40
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations.
Experiment: 41
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write confirmatory test.
Experiment: 42
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observation and write confirmatory test.
Experiment: 43
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observation.
Experiment: 44
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations.
Experiment: 45
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 46
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 47
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observations and write one confirmatory test.
Experiment: 48
To identify given sample of salt containing 1 Anion and 1 Cation. Tabulate your observation.
Experiment: 49
To identify the functional group in organic sample.
Experiment: 50
To identify the functional group in organic sample.
Experiment: 51
To identify the functional group in organic sample.
Experiment: 52
To identify the given organic compound sample.
Experiment: 53
To identify the given organic sample.
Experiment: 54
To identify the functional group in the given organic sample.
Experiment: 55
To identify the functional group in the given organic sample.
Experiment: 56
To deduct carbohydrates from given food stuf.
Experiment: 57
To deduct facts or oil in given food sample.
Experiment: 58
To deduct protein is given sample of food sample.
Experiment: 59
To prepare a sample of starch solution.
Experiment: 60
To prepare a colloidal solution ir solution of gum arabic.
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