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ELECTROSTATICS

SUMMARY

1.

Electric Charge : Just as masses of two particles are responsible for the gravitational force,

charges are responsible for the electric force. Electric charge is an intrinsic property of a particle.

Charges are of two types : (1) Positive charges (2) Nagative charges.

The force acting between two like charges is repulsive and two unlike charges it is attractive

between .

2.

Quantization of Electric Charge : The magnitude of all charges found in nature are an integral

multiple of a fundamental charge. Q ne, where e is the fundamental unit of charge.

3.

Conservation of Electric Charge : Irrespective of any process taking place, the algebraic sum

of electric charges in an electrically isolated system always remains constant.

4.

Coulomb's Law : The electric force between two stationary point charges is directly proportional to the product of their charges and inversely proportional to the square of the distance

between them.

Fk

q1 q 2

1 q1 q 2

2

r

40 r 2

If q1 q 2 0 then there is a repulsion between the two charges and for q 2 q 2 0 , there is a attraction between the charges.

5.

Equation for Force using Columbs Law, when two charges are placed in a medium having

dielectric constant k.

(1)

The electric force F experienced by a test charge (q0) due to a source charge (q) when

both are

placed in a medium having dielectric constant k and separated by a distance r, is given by :

P

1 q1 q 2

r

40 kr 2

(q o)

O (q)

1

q1 q 2

r

40

k r2

(2)

(3)

If the source charge and test charge are separated by a number of medium of thickness

electric force

1

4 0

qq 0

k1 d

2

1

k2 d

2

2

k3 d

2

3

r OR F

1

4 0

qq 0

k i d i2

In this equation ki is dielectric constant of medium which spreads through the distance di

along the line joining q and q0.

2

Here, the space between the charges q and q0 is filled with medium (1, 2, 3). The thickness of

medium 1 is d1 and its dielectric consant is k1 Similarly the thickness of medium 2 and 3 is d2 and

d3 of medium 3 and their dielectric constants are k2 and k3 respectively.

6.

Suppose three charges q1, q2 and q are situated on a straight line as shown below :

(1)

Force on q1 F1

q1

q1

q

2

2

40 r1 r2

r1

(2)

Force on q2 F2

q2

q1

q

2

2

40 r1 r2

r2

(3)

Force on q = F

1 q1 q 2

2

40 r12

r2

Now, from above equations, it is clear that various equilibrium conditions can be as follows :

(a)

q

q2

q

r12

r12 r1 r2

q 2 r1 r2 2

q

q1

q

r2

2

2

q1 r1 r2 2

r2

r1 r2

q

r

q1 q 2

2 1 12

2

r2

r2

r1

r2

(b)

(c)

(1) Charge q will be in equilibrium, if

F

(2)

q1

q2

q1

r12

q q1 q 2

r12

r22

q2

r22

40 r12

r22

3

7.

Electric Field Intensity : The electric force acting on a unit positive charges at a given point in

an electric field of a system of charges is called the electric field or the intensity of electric field

E at that point.

E

F

q

The SI unit of E is

N

or Vm 1 .

C

If r1 , r2 ,............rn are the position vectors of the charges q1 , q 2 ,..........q n respectively, then the

resultant electric field at a point of position vector r is,

n

Ek

j1

8.

qj

3

r r

j

r rj

Electric Dipole : A system of two equal and opposite charge, separated by a finite distance is

called electric dipole.

9.

10.

The direction of p is from the negative electric charge to the positive electric charge.

Electric field of a dipole on the axis of the dipole at point z = z

2kp

E z 3 p^ for z a

z

Electric field of a dipole on the equator of the dipole at point y = y

kp

E y 3 p^ for y a

y

The torque acting on the dipole place in an uniform the electric field at an angle ,

p E , | | p E sin

11.

Electric Flux : Electric flux associated with surface of area A , placed in the uniform electric

field.

Nm 2

or V.m.

C

Gauss's Law : The total electric flux associated with the closed surface,

Its SI unit is

12.

q

E

d

a

S

0 where, q is the net charge enclosed by the surface.

13.

E

1

r, where, r is the perpendicular distance from the charged wire.

2 0 r

14.

15.

(1)

(2)

Ek

16.

q

R2

r 2 0 r 2

(1)

Q

Electric field inside the region of the sphere, E 4

0

r

R3

r

3 0

(2)

17.

Q r

R3

40 r 2 3r 2 0

The information about the work done to take an electric charge from one point to the other in a

given electric field, obtained from the quantities called electric potential and electric potential

energy.

B

18.

E dr

is the line-integral of electric field between point A and B and it shows the work done by

the electric field in taking a unit positive charge from A and B. Moreover, it does not depend on

the path and E dr 0 .

19.

"The work required to be done against the electric field to bring a unit positive charge from

infinite distance to the given point in the electric field, is called the electric potential (V) at that

point".

P

It unit is

20.

J

Joule

volt. Symbolically V

C

coulomb

Absolute value of electric potential has no importance but only the change in it is important.

"The work required to be done against the electric field to bring a given change (q) from infinite

distance to the given point in the electric field is called the electric potential energy of that

electric charge at that point."

P

U p q E dr qVp

The absolute value of electric potential energy has no importance, only the change in it is important.

21.

22.

r

The electric potential at a point at distance r from an electric dipole is

vr

1 p

, ( For r > > 2a)

40 r 2

23.

1 p

, Potential on its equator is V 0

40 r 2

Electric potential at a point r due to a system of point charge q1 , q 2 ,.........q n situated at position

n

at position r1 , r2 ,.........rn is V

i 1

kq i

r ri

6

1

4 0

V r

volume

r d '

r ri

V

24.

25.

1

4 0

q

r

For

1

r R and V

4 0

q

R

For

r R

A surface on which electric potential is equal at all points is called an equipotential surface. The

direction of electric field is normal to the equipotential surface.

dV

gives the magnitude of electric field in the direction of dl .

dl

To find E from V, in general, we can use the equation

E

V

V

V

E

i

j

k

y

z

x

The direction of electric field is that in which the rate of decrease of electric potential with

dV

is maximum, and this direction is always normal to the equipotential surface.

dl

distance

26.

The electrostatic potential energy of a system of point charges q1 , q 2 ,..........q n situated at positions

r1 , r2 ,.......rn is

n

i 1

i j

27.

28.

kq i q j

rij

where rij rj ri

U E p Ep cos

When a metallic conductor is placed in an external electric field,

(i)

(ii)

(ii)

(iv) The electric field at every point on the outer surface of conductor is locally normal to the

surface.

(v)

The electric potential inside the region of conductor is the same every where.

(vi) If there is a cavity in the conductor then, even when the conductor is placed in an external

electric field, the resultant electric field inside the conductor and also inside the cavity is

always zero.

This fact is called the electrostatic shielding.

(i) The electric field inside the conductor is zero everywhere.

(ii) The charge is distributed only on the outer surface of the conductor.

(iii) The electric field on the surface is locally normal, and is equal to E n .

0

29.

(iv) If a charge is placed inside the cavity in the conductor, the electric field in the conductor

remains zero.

"A device formed by two conductors seprated from each other is called a capacitor." Its capacitance is C

Q

coulomb

constant. The unit of C is

which is also called farad.

V

volt

1 F 10 6 F. pF 10 12 F

30.

1

1

1

1

..........

C C1 C 2 C 3

C C1 C 2 C 3 .........

31.

32.

stored per unit volume

33.

0A

.

d

Q 2 CV 2 VQ

and the energy density = energy

2C

2

2

1

0 E 2 , where E electric field.

2

When a dielectric is placed in an external electric field E 0 , polarisation of dielectric occurs due

to electrical induction. The electric field produced by these induced charges is in the opposite

direction to the direction of external electric field. Hence the resultant electric field E, inside the

dielectric is less than the external electric field E 0 .

The dipole moment produced per uint volume is called the intensity of polarisation or in short

polarisation

P n b .

0

permittivity of that medium and it is also called the dielectric constant K.

i.e. r K

0

K 1 xe , E

E0

. Thus in the dielectric the electric field reduces to the K th part.

K

written as

34.

when there is air (or vacuum) between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor, the capacitance is

0A

. On placing a medium of dielectric constant K, the capacitance is C' CK. Thus the

d

capacitance becomes K times, due to the presence of the dielectric.

C

35.

With the help of Van-De-Graf generator a potential differance of a few nillion volt can be

established.

10

CONCEPT MAP

MCQ

For the answer of the following questions choose the correct alternative from among the

given ones.

1.

polythene. The mass transferred to polythene is ..... kg.

(A) 11.38 10 19

2.

Q Q

,

3 3

(B) 3.15

(C) 6.25

(D) 1.66

(B)

Q Q

,

2 2

(C)

Q 3Q

,

4 4

(D)

Q 4Q

,

5 5

(B) 100

(C) 99

(D) 89

q

(B) 0.75

(C) 0.25

(D) 0.5

Two small conducting sphere of equal radius have charges + 1c and 2c respectively and

placed at a distance d from each other experience force F1. If they are brought in contact and

separated to the same distance, they experience force F2. The ratio of F1 to F2 is ..........

(A) 8 : 1

9.

(D) 2.16 10 11

(A) 1

8.

(C) 1.25 10 11

Two point charges repel each other with a force of 100 N. One of the charges is increased

by 10% and other is reduced by 10%. The new force of repulsion at the same distance would

be ........ N.

(A) 121

7.

(B) 1.19 10 12

A charge Q is divided into two parts and then they are placed at a fixed distance. The force

between the two charges is always maximum when the charges are .........

(A)

6.

The rate of alpha partical falls on neutral spheare is 1012 per second. The time in which

sphere gets charged by 2c is ......... sec.

(A) 2.25

5.

(D) 9.63 10 19

A copper sphere of mass 2 gm contains about 2 1022 atoms. The charge on the nucleus of

each atom is 29e. The fraction of electrons removed.

(A) 2 10 10

4.

(C) 2.25 10 19

(A) 4.8 105

3.

(B) 1 : 2

(C) 1 : 8

(D) 2 : 1

Three charges, each of value Q, are placed at the vertex of an equilateral triangle. A fourth

charge q is placed at the centre of the triangle. If the charges remains stationery then,

q = ...............

(A)

Q

2

(B)

Q

3

(C)

11

Q

2

(D)

Q

3

10. Tw o small charged spheres repal each other w i th a f orce 2 10 3 N . The charge on one sphere

is twice that of the other. When these two spheares displaced 10 cm further apart the force

is 5 10 4 N , then the charges on both the spheres are ........

(A) 1.6 10 19C, 3.2 10 19C

as shown in figure. The x component of

the force on q1 is proportional to .........

(A)

(C)

q2 q3

sin

b2 a 2

(B)

q2 q3

+ sin

b2 a 2

(D)

q3

q2 q3

cos

b2 a 2

b

q1

q2 q3

+

cos

b2 a 2

1

+q2

12. Two equal negative charges q are fixed at points (o, a) and (o, a). A positive charge Q is

released from rest at the point (2a, o) on the X - axis. The charge Q will ..........

(A) move to the origin and remain at rest there

(B) execute simple harmonic motion about the origin

(C) move to infinity

(D) execute oscillations but not simple harmonic motion

13. Four charges, each equal to Q, are placed at the corners of a square and a charge +q is

placed at its centre. If the system is in equilibrium, the value of q is .........

(A)

Q

1 2 2

4

(C)

Q

1 2 2

2

(B)

(D)

Q

1 2 2

4

Q

1 2 2

2

q

(0, a)

a

Q = ...............

(A) 2 2Q

(C) 2 3Q

(B) 2 2Q

(D) 3 2Q

12

FA

FA

15. Two point positive charges q each are placed at (a, o) and (a, o). A third positive charge qo is

placed at (o, y). For which value of y the force at qo is maximum .........

(A) a

(B) 2a

(C)

a

2

(D)

a

3

16. Two identical charged spheres suspended from a common point by two massless strings of

length l are initially a distance d (d << l ) apart because of their mutual repulsion. The charge

begins to leak from both the spheres at a constant rate. As a result the spheres approach each

other with a velocity . Then function of distance x between them

becomes ...........

(A) v x

(D) v x 2

(C) v x 1

(B) v x 2

17. Three identical spheres each having a charge q and radius R, are kept in such a way that

each touches the other two spheares. The magnitude of the electric force on any sphere

due to other two is ...........

2

R 1

5q

1

(B)

(A)

2 4 0 4 R

8 0

2

3

q

R

1

3q

(C)

4 0 4 R

1

(D)

8 0

3

2

q

R

18. Two equal negative charges q are fixed at points (o, a) and (o, a) on the Y axis. A

positive charge q is released from rest at the point x (x < < a) on the X-axis, then the

frequency of motion is .........

(A)

q2

0 ma 3

(B)

2q2

4 0 ma3

(C)

4q 2

2 0 ma 3

(D)

q2

2 0 ma 3

19. Two identical balls having like charges and placed at a certain distance apart repel each

other with a certain force. They are brought in contact and then moved apart to a distance

equal to half their initial separation. The force of repulsion between them increases 4.5

times in comparison with the initial value. The ratio of the initial charges of the balls is

........

(A) 4 : 1

(B) 6 : 1

(C) 3 : 1

(D) 2 : 1

20. A point charge q is situated at a distance r from one end of a thin conducting rod of length

L having a charge Q (uniformly distributed along its length). The magnitude of electric

force between the two, is ...............

2kqQ

(A) r(r + L)

kqQ

kqQ

(B) r(r + L)

(C) r(r L)

kQ

(D) r(r + L)

21. Two point charges of +16c and 9c are placed 8 cm apart in air. ............... distance of

a point from 9c charge at which the resultant electric field is zero.

(A) 24 cm

(B) 9 cm

(C) 16 cm

13

(D) 35 cm

22. Point charges 4c and 2c are placed at the vertices P and Q of a right angle triangle PQR

respectively. Q is the right angle, PR = 2 10 2 m and QR = 10 2 m . The magnitude and

direction of the resultant electric field at c is .........

(A) 4.28 109 NC1 , 450

23. An inclined plane making an angle of 30o with the horizontal is placed in an uniform

electric field E = 100 Vm1. A particle of mass 1 kg and charge 0.01 c is allowed to slide

down from rest from a height of 1m. If the coefficient of friction is 0.2 the time taken by

the particle to reach the bottom is .......... sec.

(A) 2.337

(B) 4.337

(C) 5

(D) 1.337

24. A small sphere whose mass is 0.1 gm carries a charge of 3 10 10C and is tieup to one end

of a silk fibre 5 cm long. The other end of the fibre is attached to a large vertical conducting

plate which has a surface charge of 25 10 6Cm 2 , on each side. When system is freely

hanging the angle fibre makes with vertical is ...............

(A) 41.80

(B) 450

(C) 40.80

(D) 45.80

25. A Semicircular rod is charged uniformly with a total charge Q coulomb. The electric field

intensity at the centre of curvature is .......

(A)

2KQ

r 2

(B)

3KQ

r 2

(C)

KQ

r 2

(D)

initial velocity 0 parallel to a uniformly charged flat

conducting plate as shown in figure. It strikes the plate

after travelling a distance l along the direction. The surface charge density of conducting plate is equal to

(A)

2d 0 m0

el

(B)

d 0 m20

el

(C)

d 0 m0

el

4KQ

r 2

v0

X

----l----Y

(D)

2d 0 m20

el 2

27. Two point masses m each carrying charge q and +q are attached to the ends of a massless

rigid non-conducting rod of length l. The arrangement is placed in a uniform electric field

E such that the rod makes a small angle 50 with the field direction. The minimum time

needed by the rod to align itself along the field is ........

(A) t =

2ml

3qE

(B) t =

ml

2 2qE

(C) t =

14

ml

qE

(D) t = 2

ml

E

28. Two uniformaly charged spherical conductors A and B having radius 1mm and 2mm are

separated by a distance of 5 cm. If the spheres are connected by a conducting wire then in

equilibrium condition, the ratio of the magnitude of the electric fields at the surfaces of

spheres A and B is .........

(A) 4 : 1

29. Let P(r) =

(B) 1 : 2

(C) 2 : 1

(D) 1 : 4

Q

r be the charge density distribution for a solid sphere of radius R and total

R 4

charge Q. For a point P inside the sphere at distance r1 from the centre of the sphere the

magnitude of electric field is

2

Q

(A) 4 r 2

0 1

30.

Qr1

Qr1

(C)

(B)

4

4 0 R

3 0 R 4

Two point charges q1 2c and q 2 1c are placed at

(B) tan 1

(C) tan 3

(D) tan 2

P(a, b)

q1

and x axes as shown in figure. The electric field vector

at point P (a, b) will subtend an angle with the X - axis

given by,

(A) tan 4

(D) 0

b

a

q2

31. A simple pendulum consists of a small sphere of mass m suspended by a thread of length

l. The sphere carries a positive charge q. The pendulum is placed in a uniform electric

field of strength E directed Vertically upwards. If the electrostatic force acting on the

sphere is less than gravitational force the period of pendulum is

l

(A) T = 2

qE

g m

1

2

l

(B) T = 2

g

1

2

placed at points A, B and C respectively as shown in the

figure. It the radius of the circle is R and CAB = 600

then the electric field at centre 0 is ........

q

(A) 8 R 2

0

q

(C) 6 R 2

0

l 2

ml 2

T

=

2

(D)

(C) T = 2

qE

qE

g + m

q2

(B) 54 R 2

0

B

C

600

A

(D) 0

15

33. In Millikans oil drop experiment an oil drop carrying a charge Q is held stationary by a p.d.

2400 v between the plates. To keep a drop of half the radius stationary the potential difference had to be made 600 v. What is the charge on the second drop ?

(A)

3Q

2

(B)

Q

4

(C) Q

(D)

Q

2

34. Equal charges q are placed at the vertices A and B of an equilateral triangle ABC of side a.

The magnitude of electric field at the point c is .........

(A)

Kq

a2

(B)

3Kq

a2

(C)

2Kq

a2

(D) 2 t a 2

0

35. An electric dipole is placed along the x-axis at the origin o. A point P is at a distance of 20

cm from this origin such that OP makes an angle

3

(A)

tan 1

(B)

3

3

2

(C)

2

3

1

(D) tan

36. A particle having a charge of 1.6 10 19 C enters between the plates of a parallel plate

capaciter. The initial velocity of the particle is parallel to the plates. A potential difference

of 300v is applied to the capacitor plates. If the length of the capacitor plates is 10cm and

they are separated by 2cm, Calculate the greatest initial velocity for which the particle

will not be able to come out of the plates. The mass of the particle is 12 10 24 kg .

(A) 10

m

s

(B) 10

m

s

(C) 10

m

s

(D) 10

m

s

37. A charged particle of mass 1 kg and charge 2c is thrown from a horizontal ground at an

angle = 45o with speed 20m/s. In space a horizontal electric field E = 2 107 V/m exist.

The range on horizontal ground of the projectile thrown is ............... .

(A) 100 m

(B) 50 m

(C) 200 m

(D) 0 m

38. If electron in ground state of H-atom is assumed in rest then dipole moment of electron

proton system of H-atom is ............... .

0

(A) 0.253 10 29 cm (B) 0.848 10 29 cm

(C) 0.305 10 29 cm

(D) 1.205 10 28 cm

39. At what angle a point P must be located from dipole axis so that the electric field

intensity at the point is perpendicular to the dipole axis ?

(A) 530 to 540

16

40. A n el ectri c di pol e i s pl aced at an angl e of 60 o with an electric field of intensity 105 NC1.

It experiences a torque equal to 8 3Nm . If the dipole length is 2cm then the charge on the

dipole is ........... c.

(A) 8 103

(B) 8.54 10 4

(C) 8 10 3

(D) 0.85 10 6

41. An electric dipole coincides on z axis and its mid point is on origin of the cartesian

co-ordinate system. The electric field at an axial point at a distance z from origin is E(z)

E (z)

E ( y)

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 4

(D) 3

42. An oil drop of 12 excess electrons is held stationary under a constant electric field of

2.55 104 Vm 1 . If the density of the oil is 1.26 gm/cm3 then the radius of the drop is

.......... m.

(A) 9.81 10 7

(B) 9.29 10 7

(C) 9.38 10 8

(D) 9.34 10 8

43. A Charge q is placed at the centre of the open end of cylindrical vessel. The flux of the

electric field through the surface of the vessel is ...........

q

(A)

0

2q

(B) 2

0

(C)

0

(D) Zero

44. The inward and outward electric flux for a closed surface in units of Nm2/C are respectively 8 103 and 4 103 . Then the total charge inside the surface is ........... c.

(A)

4 103

0

(C) 4 103

(B) 4 103

(D) 4 103 0

45. A sphere of radius R has a uniform distribution of electric charge in its volume. At a

distance x from its centre, (for x < R), the electric field is directly proportional to ..........

(A) x

(B) x1

(C) x2

(D) x2

46. The electric flux for gaussian surface A that enclose the chrged particles in free space is

.............

(given q1 = 14nc, q2 = 78.85 nc, q3 = 56nc)

(A) 104 Nm2/C

3

2

4

2

(C) 6.2 10 Nm /C (D) 6.3 10 Nm /C

17

47. A hollow cylinder has a charge q coulomb within it. If is the electric flux in units of voltmeter associated with the curved surface B, the flux linked with the plane surface A in units

of volt-meter will be .............

1 q

(A) 2

0

(C)

q

(B) 2

0

q

(D)

0

48. An infinitly long thin straight wire has uniform linear charge density of

1

c/m . Then, the

3

(A) 0.66 1011

(D) 3 1011

49. Two points are at distances a and b (a < b) from a long string of charge per unit length .

The potential difference between the points in proportional to .............

b2

ln

(B) a 2

b

(A) ln

a

(C)

ln

2 0

a

b

(D) 2 ln a

0

50. A long string with a charge of per unit length passes through an imaginary cube of edge

l. The maximum possible flux of the electric field through the cube will be ...........

(A)

l

3

0

l

(B)

0

(C)

l

2

0

6 l 2

(D)

0

51. Two Points P and Q are maintained at the Potentials of 10 v and 4 v, respectively. The

work done in moving 100 electrons from P to Q is ..............

(A) 2.24 1016 J

(B) 9.60 10 17 J

(C) 2.24 10 16 J

(D) 9.60 10 17 J

52. The electric Potential V at any Point o (x, y, z all in metres) in space is given by V = 4x2

volt. The electric field at the point (1m, 0.2m) in volt/metre is ......

(A) 8, along negative x - axis

53. Charges of +

10

10 9 C are placed at each of the four corners of a square of side 8cm. The

3

(A) 150 2 Volt

18

54. Three charges 2q, q, q are located at the vertices of an equilateral triangle. At the centre

of the triangle.

(A) The Field is Zero but Potential is non - zero

(B) The Field is non - Zero but Potential is zero

(C) Both field and Potential are Zero

(D) Both field and Potential are non- Zero

55. In the electric field of a point charge q, a

certain charge is carried from point A to B, C,

D and E. Then the work done ....

(B) Is least along the Path AD

+q

B

E

C

56. Three concentric spherical shells have radii a, b and c (a < b < c) and have surface charge

densities , and respectively. If VA, VB and VC denote the Potentials of the three

shells, then for c = a + b, we have

(A) VC = VB = VA

(B) Vc = VB VA

(C) Vc VB VA

(D) Vc VA VB

57. The electric Potential at a point P (x, y, z) is given by V = x2y xz3 + 4 The electric field

xz 2

(A) i (2xy + z 3 ) + j x 2 + k3

(C) i z 3 + j xyz + k z 2

z2 x

(D) i (2xy z 3 ) + j xy 2 + k3

58. Three particles, each having a charge of 10c are placed at the corners of an equilateral

triangle of side 10 cm. The electrostatic potential energy of the system is

1

= 9 109 N.m 2 /c 2 .

Given

4 o

(A) 100 J

(B) 27 J

(C) Zero

(D) Infinite

59. Four equal charges Q are placed at the four corners of a square of each side is a. Work

done in removing a charge - Q from its centre to infinity is ...

(A) 0

2Q2

(B)

0 a

2Q 2

(C)

4 0 a

19

Q2

(D) 2 a

0

60. Two charged spheres of radii R1 and R2 having equal surface charge density. The ratio of

their potential is ...

R2

(A) R

1

R2

(B)

R1

R1

(C)

R2

R1

(D) R

2

61. Two equal charges q are placed at a distance of 2a and a third charge -2q is placed at the

midpoint. The potential energy of the system is ....

9q 2

(A)

8 0 a

q2

(B)

8 0 a

7q 2

(C)

8 0 a

6q 2

(D)

8 0 a

62. Two point charges 100c and 5c are placed at points A and B respectively with AB = 40

cm. The work done by external force in displacing the charge 5c from B to C where BC

= 30 cm, angle ABC =

(A) 9 J

9

2 2

and 4 9 10 Nm /c .

2

0

(B)

9

J

25

(C)

81

J

20

9

4

(D) J

63. The electric potential V is given as a function of distance x (metre) by V = (5x2 + 10x 9)

volt. Value of electric field at x = 1 is .....

(A) 20

v

m

(B) 6

v

m

(C) 11

v

m

(D) 23

v

m

64. A sphere of radius 1cm has potential of 8000 v, then energy density near its surface

will be ...

5

(A) 64 10

J

m3

(B) 2.83

J

m3

3

(C) 8 10

J

m3

(D) 32

J

m3

65. If a charged spherical conductor of radius 10cm has potential v at a point distant 5 cm

from its centre, then the potential at a point distant 15cm from the centre will be .....

3

2

V

(C) 3V

(D) V

2

3

Electric charges of +10c, 5c, 3c and 8c are placed at the corners of a square of side

(A)

66.

1

V

3

(B)

(A) 1.8 V

(D) 1.8 10 4V

67. Two positive point charges of 12c and 8c are 10 cm apart each other. The work done in

bringing them 4cm closer is .....

(A) 5.8 J

(B) 13eV

(C) 5.8eV

20

(D) 13 J

The work done is .....

e12 + e 2 2

a + b

(A) Q e1 + e2 a 2 + b 2

(B) Q

(C) Q ae1 + be 2

(D) Q ae1 + be 2

69. If an electron moves from rest from a point at which potential is 50 volt to another point

at which potential is 70 volt, then its kinetic energy in the final state will be .....

(A) 1 N

(C) 3.2 10 10 J

(B) 3.2 10 18 J

(D) 1 dyne

of a right-angled triangle as shown. The net electrostatic

energy of the configuration is zero if Q is equal to .....

(A) 2q

(B) 1 + 2

2q

(C) + q

(D) 2 + 2

+q

+q

a

71. Two electric charges 12c and 6c are placed 20cm apart in air. There will be a point P

on the line joining these charges and outside the region between them, at which the electric potential is zero. The distance of P from 6c charge is ........

(A) 0.20 m

(B) 0.10 m

(C) 0.25 m

charges q1 = 5c and q 2 = +2.0c . The work done in

moving

charge

3c

from

to

q1

(B) 2.8 J

is

1

= 1010 Nm 2 /c 2 .

take

4 0

(A) 5.5 J

(D) 0.15 m

(C) 3.5 J

------ 15 cm ------q2

(D) 4.5 J

73. 4 Points charges each +q is placed on the circumference of a circle of diameter 2d in such

a way that they form a square. The potential at the centre is ......

(A) 0

(B)

4d

q

(C)

q

4d

(D)

4q

d

74. Three identical charges each of 2c are placed at the vertices of a triangle ABC as shown

in the figure. If AB + AC = 12 cm and AB . AC = 32cm2, the potential energy of the charge

at A is .....

(A) 1.53 J

(B) 5.31 J

(C) 1.35 J

21

(D) 3.15 J

75. A ball of mass 1 gm and charge 108 c moves from a point A, where the potential is 600 volt

to the point B where the potential is zero. Velocity of the ball of the point B is 20cm/s. The

velocity of the ball at the point A will be .....

(A) 16.8

m

s

(B) 22.8

cm

s

(C) 228

cm

s

(D) 168

m

s

equilateral triangle of side l as shown in the figure. It the

net electrostatic energy of the system is zero, then Q is equal

(A) q

(B) +q

(C) Zero

(D)

q

2

+q

+q

77. Electric potential at any point is V = 5x + 3y + 15z , then the magnitude of the electric

field is ..... N/C.

(B) 4 2

(A) 3 2

(C) 7

(D) 5 2

78. A small conducting sphere of radius r is lying concentrically inside a bigger hollow conducting sphere of radius R. The bigger and smaller sphere are charged with Q and q (Q >

q) and are insulated from each other. The potential difference between the sphers will be

......

1

(A) 4 r R (B) 4 r R

0

0

(C) 4 R + r

(D) 4 R r

79. If 3 charges are placed at the vertices of equilateral triangle of charge q each. What is the

net potential energy, if the side of equilateral triangle is l cm.

1 3q 2

(A)

4 0 l

1 2q 2

(B)

4 0 l

1 q2

(C)

4 0 l

1 4q 2

(D)

4 0 l

80. If identical charges (q) are placed at each corner of a cube of side b, then electric potential energy of charge (+q) which is placed at centre of the cube will be .....

(A)

4q 2

3 0 b

8 2q 2

(B)

4 0 b

8 2q 2

(C)

0 b

4 2q 2

(D)

4 0 b

81. A simple pendulum of period T has a metal bob which is negatively charged. If it is

allowed to ascillate above a positively charged metal plate, its period will ........

(A) Remains equal to T

(C) Infinite

22

82. A charged particale of mass m and charge q is released from rest in a uniform electric field

E. Neglecting the effect of gravity, the kinetic energy of the charged particale after t

second is ......

(A)

Eq 2 m

2t 2

(B)

E 2q 2 t 2

2m

(C)

2E 2 t 2

qm

(D)

Eqm

t

83. A thin spherical conducting shell of radius R has a charge q. Another charge Q is placed at

the centre of the shell. The electrostatic potential at a point p a distance

R

from the centre

2

(q + Q) 2

(A) 4 R

0

2Q

2q

2Q

(B) 4 R 4 R

0

0

2Q

(C) 4 R 4 R (D) 4 R

0

0

0

84. Two point charges q and +q are located at points (o, o, a) and (o, o, a) respectively. The

potential at a point (o, o, z) where z > a is ......

2qa

q

(A) 4 z 2 a 2 (B) 4 a

0

0

(C)

2qa

qa

4 0 z 2

(D) 4 z 2 a 2

Electrical potential will be zero at points .....

(A) x = 2, x = 2

(B) x = 1, x = 5

(C) x = 4, x = 12

(D) x = 2, x = 9

86. Two thin wire rings each having a radius R are placed at a distance d apart with their axes

coinciding. The charges on the two rings are +q and q. The potential difference between

the centres of the two rings is ....

1

R

R 2 + d 2

1

Q

(C) 4

0

in the figure. A third charge q3 is moved along the arc of

a circle of radius 40 cm from C to D. The change in the

potential energy of the system is

(A) 8q2

q3

K , where k is .....

4 0

(B) 8q1

(C) 6q2

23

1

R

R 2 + d 2

1

QR

(D) 4 d 2

0

q3

C

40 cm

(A) 0

Q

(B) 2

0

q2 B

q1

30 cm

(D) 6q1

q3 = 3 10-6C

charges. The electric potencial v of these

source charges at the midpoint P of the base

1

0.3m

of the triangle is

9 109 Nm 2 /c 2

4

-6

(A) 55 KV

(C) 49 KV

q1 = 1 10 C

(B) 63 KV

(D) 45 KV.

R

respectively which are a distance 2L apart, C is the

midpoint between A and B. The work done in

moving a charge +Q along the semicircle CRD

is .......

A

(A) 2 L

0

(B) 6 L

0

(C) 6 L

0

(D) 4 L

0

90. N identical drops of mercury are charged simultaneously to 10 volt. when combined to

form one large drop, the potential is found to be 40 volt, the value of N is ......

(A)4

(B)6

(C) 8

(D) 10

91. Tw o paral l el pl ate ai r capaci tors have thei r pl ate areas 100 and 500 cm 2 respectively. If

they have the same charge and potential and the distance between the plates of the first

capacitor is 9.5 mm, what is the distance between the plates of the second capacitor ?

(A) 0.25 cm

(B) 0.50 cm

(C) 0.75 cm

(D) 1 cm

92. The effective capacitances of two capacitors are 3F and 16F , when they are connected

in series and parallel respectively. The capacitance of each capacitor is

(A) 2F, 14F

(C) 6F, 8F

(D) 10F, 6F

93. An electrical technician requires a capacitance of 2F in a circuit across a potential difference of 1KV. A large number of 1F capacitors are available to him, each of which can

withstand a potential difference of not than 400 V. suggest a possible arrangement that

requires a minimum number of capacitors.

(A) 2 rows with 2 capacitors

94. Two spherical conductors of radii r1 and r2 are at potentials V1 and V2 respectively, then

what will be the common potential when the conductors are brought in contant ?

(A)

r1 v1 + r2 v 2

r1 + r2

(B)

r1 v1 + r2 v 2

r1 r2

(C)

24

r1 v1 r2 v 2

r1 + r2

95. A 5F capacitor is charged by a 220 V supply. It is then disconnected from the supply and is

connected to another uncharged 2.5F capacitor. How much electrostatic energy of the

first capacitor is lost in the form of heat and electromagnetic radiation ?

(A) 0.02 J

(B) 0.121 J

(C) 0.04 J

system across the terminals A and B. All

the capacitors have equal capacitances.

(A) 2C

(C) 3C

(D) 0.081 J

C

A

C

(B) 4C

(D) 5C

4

times its original value if a dielectric

3

slab of thickness t = d/2 is inserted between the plates (d is the separation between the

plates). The dielectric constant of the slab is

(A) 8

(B) 4

(C) 6

(D) 2

98. The plates of a parallel capacitor are charged up to 100 V. If 2 mm thick plate is inserted

between the plates, then to maintain the same potential difference, the distance between

the capacitor plates is increased by 1.6mm the dielectric constant of the plate is

(A) 5

(B) 4

(C) 1.25

(D) 2.5

99. A parallel plate air capacitor has a capacitance 18F . If the distance between the plates is

tripled and a dielectric medium is introduced, the capacitance becomes 72F . The dielectric constant of the medium is

(A) 4

(B) 12

(C) 9

(D) 2

(A) 6.4 106 F

(B) 700 F

(C) 711 F

(D) 700 pF

101. A parallel plate capacitor has the space between its plates filled by two slabs of thickness

d

each and dialectric constant K1 and K2. If d is the plate separation of the capacitor, then

2

(A)

2d 0 K1 + K 2

A K1K 2

(B)

2A 0

d

(C)

2A 0 K1 + K 2

d K1K 2

(D)

2A 0

K1 + K 2

d

25

K1K 2

K1 + K 2

1F

4F capacitor is

(A) 20c

(B) 40c

(C) 30c

(D) 54c

4F

3F

5F

+

10V

103. The capacitors of capacitance 4F, 6F and 12F are connected first in series and then in

parallel. What is the ratio of equivalent capacitance in the two cases ?

(A) 2 : 3

(B) 11 : 1

(C) 1 : 11

(D) 1 : 3

104. Large number of capactors of rating 10F/200V V are available. The minimum number of

capacitors required to design a 10F/700V capacitor is

(A) 16

(B) 8

(C) 4

(D)7

from 2F to 10F . then energy changes is equal to

(A) 2 10 2 J

(B) 2.5 10 2 J

(C) 6.5 10 2 J

(D) 4 10 2 J

106. Two positive point charges of 12c and 8c are placed 10 cm apart in air. The work done

to bring them 4 cm closer is

(A) Zero

(B) 4.8 J

(C) 3.5 J

(D) 5.8 J

107. 1000 similar electrified rain drops merge together into one drop so that their total charge

remains unchanged. How is the electric energy affected ?

(A) 100 times

108. There are 10 condensers each of capacity 5F . The ratio between maximum and minimum capacities obtained from these condensers will be

(A) 40 : 1

(B) 25 : 5

(C) 60 : 3

(D) 100 : 1

109. A parallel plate capacitor is made by stocking n equally spaced plates connected alternately. If the capacitance between any two plates is x, then the total capacitance is,

(A) nx

(B) nx2

(C)

the following statements is true ?

n

x

(D) (n 1)x

v1=30v

S3

v2=20v

C1=2pf

C2=3pf

S1

(B) With S3 closedV1 = V2 = 20V

(C) With S1 and S3 closed V1 = V2 = 0

(D) With S1and S3closed V1 = 30V, V2 = 20V

26

S2

111. Two identical metal plates are given positive charges Q1 and Q2 (< Q1) respectively. If they

are now brought close to gether to form a parallel plate capacitor with capacitance C, the

potential difference between them is

(A)

(Q1 Q 2 )

2c

(B)

(Q1 Q 2 )

c

(C)

(Q1 Q 2 )

2c

(Q1 Q 2 )

c

(D)

C3

C1

C4

combination of capacitors is charged with 140V

C2

140V

B

the equivalent capacitance between the

points A and B is

(A) 18F

C1

A

C2

C3

(B) 9F

C4

(C) 15F

(D) 4.5F

114. The electric potencial V at any point x, y, z (all in metre) in space is given by V = 4x2 volt.

The electric field at the point (1m, 0, 2m) in Vm1 is

(A) + 8i

(B) 8i

(C) 16i

(D) + 16i

115. Two air capacitors A = 1 F , B = 4 F are connected in series with 35 V source. When a

medium of dielectric constant K = 3 is introduced between the plates of A, change on the

capacitor changes by

(A) 16 c

(B) 32 c

(C) 28 c

(D) 60 c

116. A parallel plate capacitor with air between the plates has a capacitance of 9 pF. The

separation between its plates is d. The space between the plates is now filled with two

dielectrics. One of the dielectric constant K1 = 3 and thickness d/3 while the other one has

dielectric constant K2 = 6 and thickness 2d/3. Capacitance of the capacitor is now

(A) 1.8 pF

(B) 20.25 pF

(C) 40.5 pF

27

(D) 45 pF

117. A thin spherical shell of radius R has change Q spread uniformly over its surface. Which of

the following graphs, figure most closely represents the electric field E (r) produced by the

shell in the range 0 r < , where r is the distance from the centre of the shell.

(A)

(B)

r

(C)

(D)

R

118. A parallel plate condenser with dielectric of constant K between the plates has a capacity C

and is charged to potential V volt. The dielectric slab is slowly removed from between the

plates and reinserted. The network done by the system in this process is

(A) Zero

(B)

1

(K 1)cv 2

2

2

(D) cv

(C) (K 1)cv2

(K 1)

K

119. Charges are placed on the vertices of a square as shown. Let E be the electric field and V

the potential at the centre. If the charges on A and B are interchanged with those on D and

C respectively then

q

q

-q

-q

120. The potencial at a point x (measured in m ) due to some charges situated on the x-axis is

20

(A) 53 Vm1 and in positive x - direction

1

(B) 10

9 Vm and in positive x - direction

1

(C) 10

9 Vm and in positive x - direction

28

121. A battery is used to charge a parallel plate capacitor till the potential difference between the

plates becomes equal to the electromotive force of the battery. The ratio of the energy

stored in the capacitor and work done by the battery will be

(A)

1

2

(B)

2

1

(C) 1

(D)

1

4

122. Two spherical conductors A and B of radii 1mm and 2mm are separated by a distance of

5mm and are uniformly charged. If the spheres are connected by a conducting wire then

in equilibrium condition, the ratio of the magnitude of the electric fields at the surfaces of

sphere of A and B is

(A) 1 : 2

(B) 2 : 1

(C) 4 : 1

1

2

3

4

5

identical metal plates marked 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

parallel to each other. Area of each plate is A

and separation between the successive plates

is d. The capacitance between P and Q is

(A) 5

A 0

d

(B)

7 A 0

3 d

(D) 1 : 4

(C)

5 A 0

3 d

p

q

(D)

4 A 0

3 d

1 V battery and charged. A dielectric of dielectric constant 4 and thickness 4 cm is introduced between the plates of the capacitor. The additional charge that flows into the capacitor from the battery is

(A) 2c

(B) 5c

(C) 3c

(D) 10c

125. For circuit the equivalent capacitance between

points P and Q is

(A) 6 C

(B) 4 C

3

(C) C

2

6

(D) C

11

126. Four identical capacitors are connected in series with a 10 V battery as shown in the

figure. Potentials at A and B are

(A) 10 V, 0 V

(B) 5 V, 5V

(C) 7.5 V, 2.5 V

(D) 7.5 V, 2.5 V

127. 64 identical drops of mercury are charged simultaneously to the same potential of 10 volt.

Assuming the drops to be spherical, if all the charged drops are made to combine to form

one large drop, then its potential will be

(A) 100 V

(B) 320 V

(C) 640 V

(D) 160 V

128. Two metal plate form a parallel plate capacitor. The distance between the plates is d. A

metal sheet of thickness d/2 and of the same area is introduced between the plates. What

is the ratio of the capacitance in the two cases ?

(A) 4 : 1

(B) 3 : 1

(C) 2 : 1

(D) 5 : 1

29

129. The circular plates A and B of a parrallel plate air capacitor have a diameter of 0.1 m and are

2 10 3 m apart. The plates C and D of a similar capacitor have a diameter of 0.12 m and

are 3 10 3 m apart. Plate A is earthed. Plates B and D are connected together. Plate C is

connected to the positive pole of a 120 V battery whose negative is earthed, The energy

stored in the system is

(A) 0.1224J

(B) 0.2224J

(C) 0.4224J

are placed 6 mm apart and are both earthed. A third

plate, identical with the first two, is placed at a distance of 2 mm from one of the earthed plates and is

given a charged of 1 C. The potencial of the central

plate is

(A) 6 107 V

(D) 0.3224J

1

2mm

4mm

(D) 4 107 V

(C) 2 107 V

(B) 3 107 V

and B of the network shown in the figure ? (Capacitance of each

capacitor C = 1F )

(A)Zero

(B) 50 J

(C) 12.5 J

(D) 25 J

10v

C

C

C

C

C

132. Two identical capacitors 1 and 2 are connected in series to a battery as shown in figure.

Capacitor 2 contains a dielectric slab of constant K. Q1 and Q2 are the charges stored in 1

and 2. Now, the dielectric slab is removed and the corresponding charges are Q1 and Q2.

Then

2

(A)

1

1

Q

K +1

=

Q1

K

Q21 K + 1

=

(C)

Q2

2K

(B)

1

1

1

1

Q

K

=

Q

2

Q21 K + 1

=

(D)

Q2

K

+ E

133. A parallel plate capacitor has plate of area A and separation d. It is charged to a potential

difference Vo. The charging battery is disconnected and the plates are pulled apart to three

times the initial separation. The work required to separate the plates is

2

(A) A 0 V0

(B)

A 0 V0 2

2d

(C)

A 0 V0 2

3d

(D)

A 0 V0 2

4d

134. Two identical capacitors have the same capacitance C. one of them is charged to a potential

V1 and the other to V2. The negative ends of the capacitors are connected together. When

the positive ends are also connected, the decrease in energy of the combined system is

(A)

1

c v12 v 2 2

4

(B)

1

c v12 + v 2 2

4

(C)

30

1

2

c v1 v 2

4

(D)

1

2

c v1 + v 2

4

135. A parallel plate air capacitor has a capacitance C. When it is half filled with a dielectric of

dielectric constant 5, the percentage increase in the capacitance will be

(A) 200 %

(B) 33.3 %

(C) 400 %

(D) 66.6 %

136. A network of six identical capacitors, each of value C is made as shown in figure. Equivalent capacitance between points A and B is

C

(A)

4

(C)

4C

3

3C

(B)

4

(D) 3 C

137. The capacities of three capacitors are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3. Their equivalent capacity when

connected in parallel is

60

F more then that when they are connected in series. The

11

(A) 4, 6, 7

(B) 1, 2, 3

(C) 1, 3, 6

(D) 2, 3, 4

capacitance between points M and N is

(A)

5

c

4

4

(C) c

3

(B)

C

C

4

c

5

C

M

N

C

C

3

(D) c

4

139. An electric circuit requires a total capacitance of 2F across a potencial of 1000 V. Large

number of 1F capacitances are available each of which would breakdown if the potential is more then 350 V. How many capacitances are required to make the circuit ?

(A) 24

(B) 12

(C) 20

(D) 18

140. Read the assertion and reason carefully to mark the correct option out of the options given

below :

(a)

If both assertion and reason are true and the reason is the correct explanation of the

assertion.

(b)

If both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of the

assertion.

(c)

(d)

(e)

31

1.

Reason

2.

Assertion : If three capacitors of capacitance C1 < C2 < C3 are connected in parallel then

their equivalent capacitance Cp > C3

1

Reason

3.

: Electric field at a point superimpose to give one resultant electric field.

Assertion : If a proton and an electron are placed in the same uniform electric field.

They experience different acceleration.

Reason

9.

: Capacity of the capacitor does not depend upon the nature of the material.

Reason

8.

Assertion : A parallel plate capacitor is connected across battery through a key. A dielectric slab of constant K is introduced between the plates. The energy which

is stored becomes K times.

Reason

7.

: In a hollow shherical shield, the electric field inside it is zero at every point.

Assertion : If the distance between parallel plates of a capacitor is halved and dielectric

constant is made three times, then the capacitance becomes 6 times.

Reason

6.

Assertion : Electrons move away from a low potential to high potential region.

Reason

5.

Assertion : A metalic shield in form of a hollow shell may be built to block an electric

field.

Reason

4.

: C C C C

p

1

2

3

Assertion : Dielectric breakdown occrus under the influence of an intense light beam.

Reason

10. Assertion : When charges are shared between any two bodies, no charge is really lost,

but some loss of energy does occur.

Reason

32

KEY NOTES

1(A)

17(C)

33(D)

49(D)

65(D)

81(B)

97(D)

113(C)

129(A)

2(B)

18(A)

34(C)

50(A)

66(B)

82(B)

98(A)

114(B)

130(A)

3(D)

19(D)

35(A)

51(A)

67(D)

83(C)

99(B)

115(C)

131(C)

4(C)

20(B)

36(A)

52(A)

68(C)

84(D)

100(B)

116(C)

132(C)

5(B)

21(A)

37(C)

53(C)

69(B)

85(C)

101(B)

117(B)

133(A)

6(C)

22(B)

38(B)

54(B)

70(D)

86(B)

102(B)

118(A)

134(C)

7(D)

23(D)

39(D)

55(C)

71(A)

87(A)

103(C)

119(A)

135(D)

8(A)

24(C)

40(C)

56(D)

72(B)

88(D)

104(A)

120(B)

136(C)

9(B)

25(A)

41(B)

57(A)

73(D)

89(B)

105(D)

121(A)

137(B)

10(C)

26(D)

42(A)

58(B)

74(C)

90(C)

106(D)

122(B)

138(A)

11(C)

27(B)

43(D)

59(B)

75(B)

91(A)

107(A)

123(C)

139(D)

12(D)

28(C)

44(D)

60(D)

76(D)

92(C)

108(D)

124(B)

13(B)

29(B)

45(A)

61(C)

77(C)

93(D)

109(D)

125(D)

14(A)

30(D)

46(B)

62(D)

78(B)

94(A)

110(D)

126(C)

15(C)

31(A)

47(A)

63(A)

79(A)

95(C)

111(D)

127(D)

16(B)

32(C)

48(C)

64(B)

80(A)

96(A)

112(A)

128(C)

140 :

33

1(D)

2(C)

3(A)

4(A)

5(B)

6(C)

7(E)

8(B)

9(B)

10(B)

(9)

2

a sin 60

Distance OA =

3

2

3

. a.

3

2

= a

O

q

F2

A

F

F1

The Resultant of theses force is

F1 2 F cos 30

F1 = 2

kQ 2 3

a2 2

3KQ 2

q2

F2

3KQq

a2

Now for equilibrium of the Charges, F1 F2 Now Calculate q.

(10) Let q and 2q be the Charges and r the distance between them.

Then 2 103

20

So,

=

5

2 kq 2

2 kq 2

4

5

10

and

( r 0.1) 2

r2

br 0.1g

r2

r 0.1

r 0.1 m .

r2

2=

2 10

q2

2q 2

= 9 10

(0.1)2

9

107

10 14

q

3

9

kq1q2

along axis

b2

kq q

Force on -q1 due to q3 is F13 12 3 at negative direction of yaxis.

a

x component of force on -q, is Fx = F12 F13 sin

= Fq1

LM q

Nb

2

2

i.e = Fx

q3

sin

a2

OP

Q

q2 q3

sin

b2 a 2

35

Q2

a2

Charge Q are F1 amd F2 which are equal and

have a magnitude F KQq

2

r

inclined with the X-axis is along the -X direction to wards the origin.

so, F '2 F 2 F 2 2F 2 cos = 2 F 2 (1 cos )

since F

1 1

1

, F is also Proportional to 2 ,

2

r

r

Hence charge Q will move towards the origin and because of its inertia it will

overshoot the origin o. Thus charge Q will oscillate about o but its motion is not

simple harmonic.

a

2

(13) OA OC r

F1 F2

KQ 2

a2

F3

KQ 2

2a 2

F4

2KQq

a2

KQ 2

a2

Now for equilibrium F 1 F4 .

From this find out q.

(14) Net attraction force on q due to Q = repulsion force due to q

2 FA F 1 from find out q.

(15)

F1

kq0 q

kq q

F2 2 0 2

2

2

a y a y

F1 F2

cancel each other while along y axis will add up

The resultant force on + q is

F 2 F1 cos

2kqq0

y

.

2

2

a y

a2 y2

32 y (2y)

1

2kq0 q 2

3

2

2 5

(a y 2 ) 2 (a y ) 2

1

3y2

Now find out y.

0

3

2

2 5

2

2 2

a

y

a y

2

h c

36

dF

=0

dy

F

mg

tan

x

q2

2

2 x

q 2 x3

q2 x

dq 3 1 2 dx

x

dt 2

dt

V x

12

dq

dt Constant

(17) FAB

1 92

2 (along BA )

4 4 R

FAC

1 92

2 (along CA )

4 4 R

FAB FAC F

F 1 F 2 F 2 2 F 2 cos 60

kq 2

kq 2

(18) Force on q is F

( a x ) 2 (a x ) 2

LM

N

2

ma = F kq (a x ) 2 (a x ) 2

2

q x

ma 3

OP

Q

(19) Suppose the balls having charges Q1 and Q2 respectively..

Initially,....... F =

kQ1Q2

r2

It is given that F 1 4. 5 F

K Q1 Q2

r2

bQ Q g

1

= 4.5

Q1 Q2

r2

37

Q1

Q2 .

(20) Consider a small element of the rod of length dx, at a distance x from the point

charge q.

The force between q and charge element will be,

kqdQ

Q

But dQ = dx ,

2

x

L

kqQ dx

dF

L x2

dF =

r L

kqQ

dF

L

r +L

1

dx

x2

(21)

k . q1

kq

22 then find x

2

( x 0. 08)

x

(22) E p

EQ

kq p

( PQ )

NC1

NC1

kqQ

(QR)

in PQR, cos

2

QR 1

= 60

PR 2

tan

Q sin

p EQ cos

(23) From the fig, Net force F acting

along the inclined plance ...(i)

F = mg sin - qE cos - f

ma = mg sin - q E cos

So, ma = mg sin qE cos

- (mg cos + q E sin )

from this, find out a.

Now, d vot 1 at 2 use this equation and calculate t.

2

Tcos mg

E

o

Tcos

q

mg

Now calculate .

38

(25) Let be the charge Per unit length so, charge on Portion PQ ...

k rd

r

= Intensity at o is dE =

dE

k d

r

Total intensity E =

dE

and

Now find out E.

(26) Here E =

and t l / vo

Along y axis vo = 0,

a=

F

eE / M

M

1

2

So, d vot at 2

Now Put the values

(27) qE l sin

qEl

FlI

I mG J

H 2K

F lI

mG J

H 2K

Now, = I =

ml 2

2

qE

ml

T

So, T = 2 and rod will become Paralled to E in a time t = Now calculate.

4

KQ1 KQ 2

Q

r

1 = 2

r1

r2

Q 2 r1

KQ1

E1

r12

Q1 r22

=

=

E 2 KQ 2

r12 Q 2

r22

Now Calculate

39

The area of this Spherical shell = 4 x 2 dx

LM Qx OP4 x dx 4Q x dx

R

N R Q

2

r1

r

4Q

4Q x 4

Q

radius r1 is = 4 x 3dx = 4 = 4 r14

R 0

R 4 0 R

LM

MM

N

Q 4

r

4 1

1

R

.

=

2

4

r1

OP

PP

Q

(30) E1 =

Kq

Kq1

and E2 2 2

2

b

a

Now, tan =

E2 q2 a2

E1 q1 b 2

So, T

g1 g

gE

m

l

Now Put the Value of g ' .

g'

q

will get cancelled.

3

q2

= 6 R 2

R2

QE mg Q

V 4 3

r g

d 3

r3

Now find out Q2

V

1

,tan tan 3 tan 1 3

2

3

2

1

So, tan 3 2

3

(35)

40

(36)

1

1 qE x

d at 2

2

2 m v

qE

V0 x

2md

2

Where ax

2voy

g

1

2

qE

m

(38) P e ro Calculate P..

tan

, Shown in fig 90

(39) As tan

tan( 90 )

tan

1

tan

tan

2

2

1

tan ( 2) 52 to 53

(40) PE sin = q(2q)E sin

cot

tan

2

tan 2 2

(2a ) E sin

(41) Theory related quesition.

(42) As the drop is stationary, weight of drop = froce due to electric field.

q

4

r 3 g = neE

3

So, r 3

neE

now find out r..

4 g

(44) =

Q enclosed

Q enclosed f 0 (8 103 4 103 ) 0

0

Now find Q.

(45) Applysing gauss law

E .4 x 2

q v 4 3

x = E x

(47) total = A B C

So, 2

q

0

q

Assume b = and A = C = 1

1

2

41

(48)

q

E . da

E

q

2 rl

(49) E

vb

va

E.2 rl

dv

dr

dv

E

dv

q

0

0 r

0 r

dv

2 r

dr

1

dr

r

Now calculate.

(50) maximum length of string =

maximan enclosed charge =

3l

3 l

= -1400(-1.6 10-19) J = 2.24 10-16 J

(52) (A) The electric Potential V ( x , y , z ) 4 x 2 Volt

dv

dv

dv

Now E i j k

dy

dz

dx

dv

dv

dv

0

= 8x , dy 0 and

dx

dz

Now

q

4

9

So = 4 9 10

10

109

3

8 102

= 1500 2 Volt

2

centre electric field is non - zero. Potential

at the centre due to 2q charge V2q q and

r

Total Potential V V2q V q V q = 0

42

shifing a chrge from one place to another.

(56) VA (a b c )

IJ

K

FG

H

a2

b c

b

VB

2

2

VC = a c b c C

on Putting C = a +b VA = VC VB

dv

2 xy z 3

dx

dv

Ey

x2

dy

(57) E x

Ez

dv

3xz 2

dz

E E xi E y j C z k xy z 3 i x 2 j 3xz 2 k

LM

MN

OP

PQ

LM

MN

1

10 10 6 10 10 6

10 106 10 106

U= 4

+

10

10

100

100

OP

PQ +

LM10 10 10 10

MN 10100

6

OP

PQ

=

= 27 J

10

4

a

2

W Q V V0 QV0

Q 2

Q 2

a

4 a

(60) (D) Let Q1 , and Q2 are the Charges on Sphere of radii R1 and R2 respectively

ch arg e

Area

According to given Problem, 1 2

Q

1

2

= 4 R 4 R

2

2

2

Q1

R1

Q = R 2 .....(1)

2

2

43

R

1 Q1

1 Q2

V1 = 4 R , V2 = 4 R

FRI

= G J

HR K

V1 Q1 R2

V R Q

2

1

2

Rz

1

= Q R

2

1

R2 R1

.....(using (i) )

R1 R2

7q 2

1

( q)( 2q )

1 ( 2q)( q)

1 ( q )( q)

(61) Usystem =

=

8 o a

4

q

4

a

4 2a

W 5 109 (Vc Vb ) where

VB

106 v

0. 4

4

VC

106 v

0.5

5

So W 5 106

(63)

FG 9 10

H5

IJ

K

9

9

106

J

4

4

dv d

5x 2 10 x 9 10x 10

dx

dx

E (x ) 10 20

v

m

FG IJ

HK

v

(64) Energy density ue = 1 2 E 2 1 2 8.86 10 12

r

= 2.83 J / m3

(65) Potenti al i nsi de the Sphere w i l l be sam e as that on i ts Surf ace i .e. v = V surface

=

q

volt

10

Vout =

q

volt

15

vout 2

v

3

2

Vout V

3

2m

2

1m

2

Potential at the centre

V 9 109

LM10 10

N 1

1

1

1

V 1.8 105 V

44

OP

Q

LM 1 1 OP

Nr r Q

L 1

8 10 M

N 4 10

6

9

= W 9 10 12 10

= 12. 96 10 J 13 J

(68) By using W = Q E . r

1

10 10 2

OP

Q

6

18

(69) K.E. = q0 (VA VB ) 1.6 (70 50 ) 10 J

2

(70) Net electrostatic energy U KQq Kq KQq 0

a 2

Kq

Q

Qq

a

2

(71) Point P will lie near the Charge which is smaller in magnitude i.e. -6lic Hence

Potential at P.

V

1 (12 6 )

(6 6 )

x

4 (0.2 x)

x 0. 2m

(72) Calculate as MCQ 67.

(73) Calculate as MCQ 66.

(74) (C) AB+AC = 12 cm

= AB . AC = 32 cm2

.......(i)

= AB AC ( AB AC ) 2 4 AB . AC

= AB AC 4

From equation (i) and (ii)

AB = 8 cm; AC = 4cm

Potential energy at Point A

VA

1

q1 q2

AB AC

V A 1. 35 J

2

2

(75) Use the equation 1 2 m V1 V2 = QV

45

kQq kq 2 kqQ

0

l

l

l

KQ

(Q q Q ) 0

l

(77)

Ex

q

2

dv

(5) also find E an E

y

z

dx

Enet =

E x E y Ez

(5) 2 ( 3) 2 15

(79) U

Unet

LM

N

1 Q1Q2 Q2 Q3 Q1Q3

r1

r2

r3

4

OP

Q

1 q2

3

.

=

40 l

(80) Length of the diagonal of a cube having each side b is 3 b. So distance of centre

3b

.

2

1 ( q)(q)

=

U = 8 4

3b

0

2

4q 2

3 b

(81) When a negatively charged Pendylum oscillates overa Positively charged Plate

then effective Value of 9 increases so, according to T 2 decreases

g

(82) When charge q is released in uniform electric field E then its acceleration

qE

a = m (is constant) so its motion will be uniformly accelerated motion and itss

Velocity after time is given by

2

V at

qE

1 qq

q 2 E 2t 2

t = K = 1 mv2

2

m

2 m

2m

V

KQ

R

2

Kq

Q

q

R 4 R 4 R

46

V1

q

.

0 ( z a )

1

q

.

4 ( z a)

= V2

Now calculate

(85) (C) Potential will be zero at two Points .....

LM

MN

1 106

1 2 10 6

At internal Point(M) = 4 ( 6 l )

l

h OP 0

PQ

l2

1 2 6 (1 6 )

l'

4 (6 l )

l'

(86) Potential at the centre of rings are

VO 1

k .q

k (q )

,

R

R2 d 2

VO 2

k ( q)

kq

R

R2 d 2

1

1

VO 1 VO 2 2kq

R2 d 2

R

q 1

1

R2 d 2

2 R

Now calculate

(88) Theory base Question

(89) Potential at C, VC = 0

Potential difference VD -VC =

2 kq

3 L

(90) V N

V 40 N

10

N 3 4 N 2 64 N 8

(91) C1 C2

A1

A

A

2 d 2 2 d1 Now find d .

1

A1

d1

d2

47

So, C1 C2 16 11

CC

CC

1 2

1 2

in series connection C5 C C So, = C C .....(2)

1

2

1

2

g b

or C1C2 Now, C1 C2 2 = C1 C2 2 4C , C2

C1 C2 8 ........(3)

Adding the question (1) and (3) we have

C1 C2 + C1 C2 16+8

gb

or

a F & C2 C1 F

(93) Suppose that the techinician makes a combination use of N Capacitors and

connects them in m rows, each row having m Capacitors Then N=mn

Capacitance of each capacitor = 1 l1 F required Capacitance of the combination

C = 2 l1 F

Voltage rating of each < apalitor = 400V

required Voltage rating of the combination = 103 V

When capacitars are connected in series P.d. a cross their Plates get added. for

n capacitors

Voltage ...to 400 nv

400n 103

103

2.5

400

or n 3

1

1 1 1

1

C'

1

3

V

C

C '

C1 C2

4 r1 4 r2

r1v1 r2 v2

r1 r2

1

2

2

(95) U 1 C1V1 0.121 J

C C1V2 5l1 F 2. 5l1 F 7. 5l1 F 7. 5 106 F

9 440

V

C

3

1

U 2 CV 2 0. 081 J Now, energy lost = U 1 U 2 find it.

2

48

A

4

A

1

with dielectlic slab C

Now C = C

(d t t / k )

3

d

(97) Cair

Fd t t I

H kK

4 A

3 d

4t

4(q / 2)

= K = 4t d 4(d / 2 d ) = 2

(98) As P.d. remains the same, Capacity must remain the same,

1

x = t 1

k

x = 1.5 mm

t= 2mm

A

k A

72

18 C

Now, find out K.

3 d

d

R

(100) C = 4 R . Put the Values of R&K.

k

(99) Co

(101) C1

k1 0 A 2k1 0 A

d

d

2

1

2 k2 d

2

Now, C C C

3

1

2

(102) Apply lawa of series & Parallel conection of Capacitor

C2

(103) C C C C

5

1

2

3

Cs

C p C1 C2 C3 Now fiud out C

p

V

3. 5

voltage rat int g required 200

i . e 4.

Ceq

10

2.5r1 F

4

Capacityrequired

10

4

Number of rows required = Capacityof each row

2.5

Total number of Capacitor 4 4 = 16

1

2

1

2

2

2

(105) U1 C1V & U 2 C2V U U 1 U 2

49

q1q2

4

1 1

r r Now Calculate.

2 1

4

3

2

(107) Volume of big drop = 1000 volume of small drop R 1000 l

3

3

Now find out initial energy

1000q

q2

U1 1000

then final energy U 2

2C

2C1

U2

then U

1

(108) minimum capacity is Cs (Series Connection) & maximum Capaciy is C P (Parallel

Cp

s

(109) Theory base question

(110) With S1 & S3 Closed , the Capacitors C1 & C2 are in series arrangenent. So

C

3

V11

1

1

2 &V2 V2 V1 V2 30 20 50V Now simplify..

1

C1 2

V2

1

2

1

1

(111) E 2 2 2 A 2 A Now Simplify..

1

23

4

120

pf Total charge Q =CV

7

Q

Q

Q

V1 , V2 V3 V23

&V4

C1

C23

C4

shown in figule Now find out.

(114) V = 4x2 E =

1

dv

= 8x

dr

5

1

2

(116) C

A

9 PF

d

1

C1

3k1 0 A

d

and

Now C C C

3

4

2

50

C2

3k 2 0 A

2

(118) Knowledge base question.

(119) Knowledge base question.

(120) Use equation E

dV

dx

(121) W QV ( CV )V CV 2 and

1

U

CV 2 Now find

2

w

(122) When Spheres are connected by a conducting wire their Potentials become equal.

C1 r1 1 q1 C1V C1 1

= =

=

=

=

C2 r2 2 q 2 C2 V C 2 2

Kq1

E

r2

Now, 1 1 Now find out rativ..

E 2 Kq 2

r22

(123)

(124) Q = CV = 5c

1

= C

F tI

d t

H kK

A / d

t tk

1

d

F

GG

H

I

JJ

K

(126)

q q q q

10

c c c c

or

10

2.5V

C 4

Again V N VB ..... O VB 2.5 VB 25V

64q

64 q

(127) V = 4 R = 4 (4 r )

C

1

(128) C

F 1I

d t 1

H kK

51

6

1

(129) C1 d 4 and C2

5

1

Now C

(130) C =

C1C2

C1 C2

3 A

2 d

and V

Q

C

Charge on Capacitor between the terminals

Q CV

2

= Enegy stored in capacitor =

A and B is

2

2

2C

(133) Work done = Final energy - initial energy =

1

2

2

2

(134) U i C V1 V2

and

V=

Q2 Q2

2C 1 2C

q1 + q2 V1 + V2

=

c1 + c2

2

1

( 2C )V 2 Now find U iU f

2

A

A

C2

(135) C1 d 10

d 2

Uf

C5

5C

3

(137) Theory base question.

(138) Theory base question.

(139) n =

1000

= 2.8 = 3

350

1

m

CS = F = F

3

3

m

F = 2F

3

m=6

total no = mn = 3 6 = 18

52

C5 C

100%

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