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Q1- Four identical charges , each of value Q , are placed at the corners of a square. Find the fifth charge which should be placed at the center of the square so that all the five charges reaches in equilibrium. (a) – Q [ 2√2 +1 ]/4 (b) -Q[ 2√2 +2 ]/4 (c) none of these Q2- If x-component of the electric field is integrated with respect to the position coordinate x, with lower limit x1 and upper limit x2 , we will get (a) potential at position x1 - potential at position x2 (a) potential at position x2 - potential at position x1 Q3-If uniform electric field directed from A towards B is multiplied with length AB, we get (a) potential at position B - potential at position A (a) potential at position A potential at position B Q4- In a spherical region with center at C, charge is distributed with constant density only up to the radius b . With the center at C ,imagine two spherical surfaces of radius b/ 2 and 2b . The ratio between the electric fluxes linked with these surfaces will be (a) 1 : 4 (b) 1 : 8 (c) 1 : 64 (d) 1 : 512 Q5- The point charges Q , Q and –Q are placed at the corners A , B and C respectively of an equilateral triangle of side length L. What is the net electric potential (b) Q√3/ ( 2π ε0 ) at the centroid of the triangle ? (a) Q/ ( 4π ε0 ) L L (c) Q√3/ ( 4π ε0 ) L Q6- In a spherical region with centre at a point O, electric field at any point P is found to be proportional to (OP)N directed along OP vector . Let us a consider a Gaussian surface which is spherical with centre at the point O. If the charge enclosed with in this Gaussian surface is proportional to the cube of the radius of the Gaussian surface, then N = (a) 2 (b) 1 (c) 3 (d) 0 Q7-A person brings 0.5 coulomb charge from infinity to a point which 100 m away from positive charge of 40 microcoulomb. How much work was performed by the person against the electric forces ? (a) 180 joules (b) 1800 joules (c) 3600 joules (d) none of these Q8-A positive charge is moved against electric field. In this process, the work by the electric force is We and electrostatic potential energy of the moving charge rises by ∆ U. Which of these two are positive ? (a) We (b) ∆ U (c) both Q9- There is a long thin cylinder of radius R. On its surface, uniform surface charge density σ is given. Total charge on unit length of the cylinder is (a) π R2 σ (b) π R σ (c) 2 π R σ Q10- On the axis of a uniformly charged ring of radius R, electric potentials at distances R√3 and R√8 from the center of the ring, electric

potentials will be in ratio (a) 2: 3 (b) 4 : 9

(c) √3 : √8

(d) 3 : 2

**TEST : Class 12th / field & potential, energy / 1516May-13
**

Q11- A uniformly charged thin spherical shell of radius R, carry total charge Q . It is surrounded by another spherical shell of radius 3 R and carry charge 3 Q uniformly distributed. The net electric potential at distance 2 R from the center is Q/ ( 4π ε9 ) R multiplied by (a) ½ (b) 3 /4 (c) 3 /2 (d) none Q12- In the previous problem if both the shells are conducting, then charge on the outer surface of the bigger shell will be (a) 2Q (b) 3 Q (c) 4 Q (d) zero Q13- A positive charge Q and a negative charge – 2Q are placed at x =0 and x = 2 d respectively on the x –axis . A third charge Q0 is moved from A( d, 0 ) to B ( -d, 0 ). How much work against the electric forces , is required to be done in displacing Q0 from A to B ? (a) zero (b) 3Q Q0 / ( 4π ε9 ) d (c) Q Q0 / ( 3π ε9 ) d (d) none Q14- Two conducting spheres of radii R and 3R are placed at large separation from each other. They are charged up to potentials V volt and zero volt respectively. Afetr both are interconnected by a wire, they will reach at a common potential of (a) V/2 (b) V /3 (c) V/4. Q15-At different point on the x axis, electric field in xdirection is plotted . It decreases from 100 v/m to zero uniformly from x =0 to x = 2.0 m. If the electric potential at the position x =0 is 120 volt, then the potential at the position x = 2.0 m will be (a) 20 volt (b) 220 volt (c) -80 volt Q16- The electric potential at a point , which is situated at large distance r and whose position vector makes angle θ from the dipole moment vector of an electric dipole , will be proportional to (a) cos θ / r2 (b) cos θ / r3 (c) sin θ / r2 Q17- Two parallel large plane sheets are given surface charge density σ and - σ /3 and they are placed at the separation d . The potential difference between the plates will be (a) σ d /( 3ε0 ) (b) 2 σ d /( 3ε0 ) (c) 4 σ d /( 3ε0 ) (d) none Q18-As one moves from a negative point charge to another negative point charge, the net electric potential (a) increases continuously (b) increases first and then decreases (c) decreases first and then increases (d) keeps on increasing Q19- When two charges of opposite sign are moved apart, the electrostatic energy of this system (a) increases (b) decreases Q20- An electric dipole when placed in an electric field , has maximum electric potential energy due to the interaction with the field applied, when the applied field vector (a) is parallel to the dipole moment (b) anti parallel to the field vector

by Viresh Singh

Usefull for 12th moving as well as JEE and Neet aspirants

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