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Physics Projects For Class 12

Students in class 12 have to study Physics among other subjects and doing interesting projects in this subject will teach them how to present papers in the future. Below is a list of meaningful Physics projects which students can try in class or at home:

  1. Which Diameter String Has the Purest Tone: to discover which set of violin strings will create the purest tone by testing three different sets of strings with different diameters to prove that the thinner diameter strings will create the purest tone.
  2. Will a Guitar String Vibrate Forever
  3. Effectiveness of Recycled Materials as Thermal Insulation: to find which recycled material would be an effective thermal insulator: fiberglass, wood shavings, polystyrene, polyurethane, cellulose, perlite, polyethylene foil, or bubble wrap.
  4. Creating Sound with Heat
  5. Across the Universe: to calculate the constant velocity at which a person in a spaceship would have to travel to get from earth to the edge of the portion of the universe visible from Earth, which is about 13.7 billion light years.
  6. Cosmic Ray Shower Array Reconstruction
  7. Cooler Roofing
  8. The Franck-Hertz Experiment
  9. Simulation and Animation of the n-Body Problem in Two-Bodies
  10. Effect of UV Light on Depressions on CH Plastic Films: The CH plastic films were exposed to UV light in four different environments to determine if the combination of oxygen and UV light have an effect on the depths of depressions in the films.
  11. Effect of Reduced Pressure on the Yield Volume of Popcorn
  12. Cold Nuclear Fusion
  13. Brass Instruments and Artificial Lips
  14. Analysis of Black Hole Thermodynamics: to determine the effects of the temperature of the universe on Black Holes as the universe ages.
  15. 181.4°C in the Sun: the oven with no insulation would have the lowest temperature, and the oven insulated with the combination of shredded newspaper + Al foil baffle + Styrofoam would achieve the highest temperature independent of the energy source.
  16. AC Transformer
  17. Analysis of Voice Frequency across Ethnic Identities
  18. Determining the Type of Particle in an Air Sample
  19. Spectrum and Its Relationship to Temperature: To determine and compare the temperature of two or more light sources by measuring maximum intensity of each using the spectrum.
  20. Testing Tesla
  21. Study of the Qualities that Determine Maximum CPU Cooling Efficiency
  22. The Gauss Rifle
  23. Zero Gravity Elevator Experiment
  24. Voltage Regulator Using Zener Diode
  25. Using Sound to Measure Temperature: to determine the temperature of the air inside a pipe by measuring the speed of sound.
  26. To Study the Variation of Electrical Resistance
  27. To Determining the Time Constant for an RC Circuit
  28. To Demonstrate the Production of Induced EAIF: due to the movement of a magnet towards and away from it and a similar coil carrying current toward and away from it.
  29. To Demonstrate The Phenomenon Of Total Interval Reflection: proving that when light travels from a denser to a rarer medium and is incident in denser medium at an angle more than critical angle ‘C’, then it is totally internally reflected.
  30. Tired of Noise
  31. Long and Short Wavelength Colors
  32. Blackbody Thermal Emission: to determine if color has any effect on thermal emission within an enclosed environment. It is known that black objects warm up at a faster rate compared to non-black objects. This project tries to find out if black objects emit and therefore cool at a faster rate.
  33. The Solar Heating and Night Cooling of Surfaces
  34. Testing Sound Decay in Different Gasses
  35. To Calculate the Specific Heat Capacity of Water
  36. The Solar Heating and Night Cooling of Surfaces
  37. The Most Efficient Automobile Sunshade: to find out which type of sunshade material is most efficient for insulating your automobile when parked in the hot sun.
  38. The Liquid Lens: If a liquid is sandwiched between the lens and the mirror, the focal length of liquid lens can be calculated when you know the focal length of the combination and that of the convex lens. From this, the refractive index of the fluid can easily be calculated.
  39. Study of Diffusion of Solids in Liquids
  40. Refractive Indices of Water And Turpentine Oil
  41. Study of the Force Generated from a Changing Magnetic Field
  42. Finding out if the temperature of a magnet affected its magnetic pull and to know in which ways and rates the magnetic pull would be affected by temperature changes and how the rates can return to normal.
  43. Insulation Value
  44. Living Color
  45. Light Reflection and Refraction off Liquids
  46. Study of Constituents of Alloys
  47. Photo-resistor
  48. Make a Telescope
  49. Logic Gate
  50. Investigate the Relation between Output and Input Voltage
  51. Catching Rays
  52. Creating Electric Current with a Magnet
  53. The Invisible Force
  54.  Specific Heat in Materials: to understand which materials would retain maximum heat after being heated and then cooled down; this will help to understand how the climate of different places is affected by the materials around them.
  55. How Fish Achieve Neutral Buoyancy
  56. Electronic Eye
  57. A Dying Star
  58. Analysis of Voice Frequency across Ethnic Identities
  59. A New Perspective with a Digital Pinhole
  60. Are There More Cosmic Rays at Higher Altitudes
  61. Quantifying the Effect of Tungsten Illumination on Color Rendering of Low-Pressure Sodium
  62. Color vs. Heat Absorption
  63. Wavelength Controlled Holographic Polarization
  64. Does Horizontal Speed Help
  65. Effect of a Magnetic Field and Applied Voltage
  66. Effects of Rotational Inertia on a Fastball
  67. Evaporation Sensation
  68. Glassic Music
  69. Doppler Effect and the Fiber Gyroscope
  70. Radioactive Attenuation and the Inverse Square Law
  71. Effect of Color on the Characteristics of a Heat Barrier Material
  72. Effect of Electric Fields on the Heat of Vaporization of Water
  73. Experimental Investigation of High Frequency Plasma
  74. Ringing Saturn
  75. Mechanical Exfoliation
  76. Photo electrochemical cell
  77. Photometric Study of Eclipsing Binary Stars
  78. Proving Universal Gravitation by Warping Space-Time
  79. Exploring Evaporation through Colors
  80. Viscosity and Volcanoes
  81. How Do Different Color Filters Affect the Energy of a Laser Beam
  82. Reflections on Reflection
  83. Effect of Bottom Reflectivity on Solar Pond Performance
  84. Using Sound to Measure Temperature
  85. How Temperature Affects a Magnet’s Strength
  86. The Effect of Shields on Beta Particles and Gamma Rays
  87. Relativistic Stress
  88. Rubens Tube
  89. Seeing Through the Haze
  90. Selective Isolation and Manipulation
  91. Semi-classical Method to Predict Helium
  92. How Does Sugar Density Affect the Index of Refraction of Water
  93. Do Acoustic Tiles Really Block Sound
  94. Liquid Viscosity and Temperature
  95. Study of the Wavelike Properties of Light
  96. The Greenhouse Effect
  97. The Study of Alternating Magnetic Fields
  98. Solar Tubes vs. Conventional Fluorescent
  99. Measuring the Speed of Light
  100. Comparison of the Adhesion of Liquids on Regular Shapes

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