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HOMI BHABHA CENTRE FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION Tata Institute of Fundamental Research V. N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd, Mumbai, 400 088

Instructions: Write your Roll Number on every page of this booklet. Fill out the attached performance card. Do not detach it from this booklet. Booklet consists of 26 pages (excluding this sheet) and seven (7) questions. Questions consist of sub-questions. Write your detailed answer in the blank space provided below the sub-question and ﬁnal answer to the sub-question in the smaller box which follows the blank space. 5. Extra sheets are also attached at the end in case you need more space. You may also use these extra sheets for rough work. 6. Computational tools such as calculators, mobiles, pagers, smart watches, slide rules, log tables etc. are not allowed. 7. This entire booklet must be returned. Table of Information Speed of light in vacuum c Planck’s constant h Universal constant of Gravitation G Magnitude of the electron charge e Mass of the electron me Stefan-Boltzmann constant σ Permittivity constant ǫ0 Permeability constant µ0 Acceleration due to gravity g Universal Gas Constant R = = = = = = = = = = 1. 2. 3. 4.

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3.00 × 108 m·s−1 6.63 × 10−34 J·s −2 6.67 × 10−11 N·m2 ·kg 1.60 × 10−19 C 9.11 × 10−31 kg 5.67 × 10−8 W·m−2 · K−4 8.85 × 10−12 F·m−1 4π × 10−7 H·m−1 9.81 m·s−2 8.31 J· K−1 ·mole−1

2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 1.INPhO . y}.(1)). A long wire of radius ‘a’ is carrying a direct current I. [ 2.5 + 4 + 1.5 = 8 ] Y I x y (x. Obtain the components of force Fx and Fy on the electron at any arbitrary point {x.y) O A v0 HB CS Figure 1: (a) At x and y the components of the velocity are vx and vy respectively. E X . From its surface at point A. Ignore gravity. an electron of charge −e (e > 0) escapes with velocity v0 perpendicular to this surface (see Fig.

INPhO . HB CS Page 2 E .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 Fx = Fy = (b) Integrate the equation of motion to obtain vx .

00 × 10−3 m. HB CS xmax = Page 3 2.50 is introduced in front of one of the slits.00 m and the distance between the slits S1 and S2 is d = 2. The distance between the slits and the screen is D = 1.50 − 0. Note that the illuminations at S1 and S2 are from coherent sources with zero phase diﬀerence. A glass plate of thickness tg = 3.5 + 1 + 2 + 2 = 10 ] E . [ 2.2011 vx = Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 (c) Find the maximum distance xmax of electron from the axis of the wire before it turns back.25.60 × 10−5 m and refractive index µg = 1.INPhO .5 + 2. In a modiﬁed Young’s double slit experiment the region between screen and slits is immersed in a liquid whose refractive index varies with time t (in seconds) as µl = 2.25t until it reaches a steady state value 1.

INPhO . d=2mm D=1m HB CS Page 4 E (a) Consider the point P on the screen at distance y from O (S1 O = S2 O. OP = y). . µ g µ l O y X *P D . Obtain the expression for the optical path diﬀerence ∆x in terms of the refractive indices and the lengths mentioned in the problem.2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 Y S1 d S2 tg .

E . Obtain the expression for y as a function of time. e. HB CS y= Page 5 (c) Obtain the time (tm ) when central maximum is at point O.2011 ∆x = Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 (b) Now let P denote the central maximum. S1 O = S2 O.INPhO . equidistant from S1 and S2 i.

2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 tm = (d) What is the speed (v) of the central maxima when it is at O.INPhO . E . HB CS v= Page 6 (e) If monochromatic light of wavelength 6000 ˚ is used to illuminate the slits. deterA mine the time interval (∆t) between two consecutive maxima at O before steady state is reached.

The cycle uses one mole of an ideal gas with CP /CV = γ. You must express all answers in terms of the given parameters {α. Here CP and CV are the speciﬁc heats at constant pressure and volume respectively. Minimum and maximum volume at state 1 and state 3 are V0 and nV0 respectively. The cycle runs between temperatures TH = αT0 and TL = T0 (α > 1). Page 7 E V . V0 . V. (2). [3+4+1=8] 2 4 3 V 0 nV 0 Figure 2: (a) List {P. T } of all the four states. T0 . n. γ} and universal gas constant R. A Carnot engine cycle is shown in the Fig.INPhO .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 ∆t = HB CS P 1 3.

HB CS Page 8 E T1 = T2 = T3 = T4 = .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 P1 = P2 = P3 = P4 = V1 = V2 = V3 = V4 = (b) Calculate the work done by the engine in each process: W12 . W23 . W34 .INPhO . W41 .

INPhO .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 HB CS W12 = W23 = W34 = W41 = Page 9 E .

2011 (c) Calculate Q. Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 HB CS Q= F = q1 q2 1 β ˆ + 3 r 2 4πǫ0 r r (a) Obtain the Bohr radius (rn ) for this modiﬁed law. Page 10 4. q2 separated by r given by where β is a constant. Consider a modiﬁcation of Coulomb’s law by replacing it with the force between two charges q1 .INPhO . As far as possible express your answers in terms of the standard Bohr radius ao = 4πǫ0 2 /me2 where the symbols have their usual meanings. [ 3 + 4 + 1 = 8] E . the heat absorbed in the cycle.

INPhO .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 rn = (b) Obtain the expression for the energy (En ) for the nth orbit of this modiﬁed law. HB CS Page 11 E .

Take the binding energy of the standard Bohr hydrogen atom to be 13.INPhO .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 HB CS En = ∆E = Page 12 (c) Take β to be small (β = 0.60 eV. For your calculation you may ignore terms of order β 2 and higher. Calculate the transition energy (∆E) from n = 2 to n = 1 for this modiﬁed law.1a0 ). E .

v its velocity and τ a typical collision time. We assume steady state i.e. Obtain the expression for the angular cyclotron frequency ωc and its numerical value for the case B = 5. Take the magnitude of the electron charge to be e ( note e is positive). [ 1 + 2 + 2.5 = 12] (a) State the equation of motion of the electron.48 × 10−14 s. Consider the motion of electrons in a metal in the presence of electric (E) and magnetic (B) ﬁelds. HB CS ωc = Value of ωc = Page 13 (b) Consider the case E = 0 and τ → ∞.2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 5.5 + 3 + 2 + 1. E . the acceleration dies down and terminal speed is attained. electrons per unit volume.45 × 1028 m−3 and τ = 2. Ignore gravity.70 T.INPhO . (c) Consider the case of B = 0 and E = Eˆ If n is the number of free (valence) i. obtain the expression for the conductivity σ0 of the sample. Obtain also the numerical value for the conductivity of Cu given that n = 8. Due to collisions there arises a “retarding” force on the electron which is modeled by mv/τ where m is the electron mass.

jz } to {Ex Ey . Page 14 ˆ ˆ (d) Consider the case E = Ey ˆ + Ez k (Ex = 0) and B = B k.2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 σ0 = Value of σ0 = HB CS jx = σxy Ey + σxz Ez jy = σyy Ey + σyz Ez jz = σzy Ey + σzz Ez where σij ’s are to be written in terms of σ0 . ωc and τ . Ez }.INPhO . jy . Assume steady state j and relate {jx . E . Here j’s are the current densities (current per unit area).

Page 15 E .INPhO .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 HB CS σxy = σxz = σyy = σyz = σzy = σzz = (e) Sketch jx (y-axis) versus B (x-axis) .

Assume that the collision is elastic. Two blocks.INPhO . where xB and xC are the coordinates of the blocks B and C respectively. (3)). for what value of the magnetic ﬁeld will jx be a maximum? HB CS B= V0 A B C 6. say B and C. each of mass m are connected by a light spring of force constant k and natural length L. B and C just after the collision at t = 0? Express the velocities in terms of V0 and γ = m/M . Another block (named A) of mass M . [ 3 + 2 + 2 + 3 = 10] Figure 3: (a) Obtain the velocities of blocks A. The whole system is resting on a frictionless table such that xB = 0 and xC = L. Page 16 E .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 (f) Taking Cu as an example. which is travelling at speed V0 collides head-on with the block B at an instant t = 0 (see Fig.

Express α and β in terms of V0 .) . Free body diagram: HB CS Equation of motion: (c) For t > 0 the positions of the blocks are given by xB = αt + β sin(ωt) xC = L + αt − β sin(ωt) Page 17 E (1) (2) Find ω in terms of m and k. ignore the motion of block A. (For this part. γ and ω.2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 VA = VB = VC = (b) Draw free body diagrams for the blocks B and C after the collison and write down the equation of motion.INPhO .

2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 HB CS ω= α= β= Page 18 (d) Obtain the condition on γ such that the block A will collide with the block B again at some time t > 0? E .INPhO .

δ and α are real and positive. Page 19 7.INPhO . The Cubic Potential: Consider a particle of mass m moving in one dimension under the inﬂuence of potential energy E [ 6 + 3 = 9] . (a) Sketch typical plots of u(x) and identify extrema if any.2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 HB CS Condition on γ: u(x) = mω 2 x2 αx3 − δx − 2 3 Here ω.

INPhO .2011 Roll Number:P 1 1 0 0 0 HB CS Page 20 √ (b) Consider the case where (in appropriate units) we have m = 1. boundedness and periodicity. ω = 2. If the total energy of the particle moving in this one-dimensional potential is E = 0 (in same units). E . α = 1 and δ = 1/2. Sketch the potential energy u(x). discuss the motion of the particle in terms of allowed regions.

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