VISVESWARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAUM.I/II SEMESTER B.E. ENGINEERING PHYSICS 06PHY12
TIME : 3 HRS MAX. MARKS 100
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Note: 1. Answer any five full question selecting atleast two questions from each part2.
Answer all objective types questions only in first and second writing pages.3.
Objective types questions should not be repeated.
PART – A
1.a. I. If the momentum of a particle is increased to four times, the de-Brogliewavelength isA) become twice B) become fourtimes C) become one-fourth D)become half II Black body radiation spectrum, maximum intensity is shifting towardsA) shorter wavelength B)longer wavelength C) no change D) none of theseIII Group velocity of wave is equal toA) V
C) Velocity of light D) none of theseIV de-Broglie wavelength of an electron accelerated by a potential of 60v isA) 1.85Å B) 1.58Å C) 1.589Å D) 1.57Å b. Describe Davission –Germer experiment to prove the dual nature of matter waves.c. Explain Phase velocity and Group Velocity. Derive de-Broglie wavelength usingGroup velocity.
2,a. I The product of uncertainty between energy and time isA)
II According to Max Born approximation,
representsA) Energy density B) Particle density C) Probability density D) Charge densityIII The first permitted energy level is calledA) Excited energy level B) Zero point energy C) Ground level D) none of theseIV The wave function associated with a material particle isA) Finite B) continuous C) Single valued D) all the above b. Set up time independent one dimensional Schrodinger wave equationc. What are eigen values and eigen function.d. Compute the first three perm;itted energy values for an electron in a box of width4Å
3.a. I In a metal, if the temperature is increased then resistivityA) Increases B) decreases C) remains same D) none of theseII The T > 0K probability of occupancy of Fermi level isA) 75% B) 90% C) 100% D) 50%III The electron mobility in metals is given byA) v
/V B) v
/E C) v
/L D) v
IV The Fermi factor for E = E
at any temperature isA) 1 B) 1/2 C)0 D)2 b. Define drift velocity, mobility and relaxation time for free electron, derive theexpression for conductivity in metals.