Physics at Osmania University


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Address:  Department of Physics,
University College of Science, Osmania University
Phone:  091-40-7097376
Fax:  091-40-7019020
Chair: Dr. M N Chary
General Department Info
  Bachelors Masters Doctorate
Staff & Student
Faculty: 48

  Staff: 30
Post Docs: 8

  Grads: 300
Under Grads: 1200

  Superconductivity, ferroelectrics, ferrites, Ultrasonics, Magnetoelectric effect, Composites, galsses, Photo Luminisence , nuclear Phyics, Optics, Kerr effect, Raman Studies, Astrophysics and Low temperature Physics
Facilities:  Low temperature studies, Magnetic studies, XRD, Electron Microscope,DSC, Photo spectrophottometer, High temperature furnaces, Liquid Nitrogen, High field Magnets, radiation studies, Mossuber effect Thermal conductivity studies, thermal expansion,Crystallography.

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