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QUESTTON BANK GORREGT

ONLY ONE OPTION IS

(D) 1 (c) lo?'o t1"-:'.,1':: rn" t=qu" no tne intensitv of a beam of lisht f"l!!9 "-i :l?:?i""?'?:fl1,1"t"titt oe *". i*"iiil ;#"i";.y pLrnrXorcerroi eration

/l

- -t) |

(A) 'L l"o

9lo

b{
are increased

il: ffi;

"t ilfi'l3:i:::llx";:1"' [,,n. [A] il$::::,'ffi;'#ffi'*]i..'"i',lLilis]


factor of two'

',1'X#:ffi;ifti
"r

ff,tl:l':fl::::::il:"ll3l"3lXil"Ji,1'ixli increase the photoelectric current o,,.,re s,su,.,,J,,r.nd would

:T:ltiill#:#:;

'( -T
I

produced' ffect on the magnitude of photoelectric current photoelectric emitted electrons but will increase the (D) not produce any effect on the kinetic current bY a factor of two.

ncreasethemaximumkineticenergyofthephotoe|ectronsbyafactorofgreaterthantwoandwi||have

;.*gt;iih"

nr!,"-d,yil1.1vli,?9:ll"^'5^","-[Ti:**::lTJ'otoerectric urDv,rrarYvjs::'^',:-,^';^i;;r;Y; rro-I1l a disctrarserub: comins from Lisht comlng Lrgnt nno nf tha followino values

cerl

e A point source of ligth is used in a photoelectric metal, the stoPPing Potential : (A) will 1t^lYlli*-:::?:: (D) willeither increase or decrease'

increase
remain

constant

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A point source causes photoelectric effect from a small metal plate. Which of the following curves may
represent the saturation photocurrent as a function of the distance between the source and the metal ?

Erin
(c)
Flage
corresponding to l"r.

Let K., be the maximum kinetic energy of photoelectrons lf 1.., = 2fr, then :
(B) K.' =

emitted by a light of wavelength 1., and K,

Irt
I

ie,

Hng

(A)2K.' = K,

2Q

K,.

K"

(D) K1> 2K2

In a photoelectric experiment, the potential ditference V that must be maintained between the illuminated surface and the collector so as justto prevent any eleciron from reaching the collector is determined for different frequencies f of the incident illumination. The graptl obtained is shown.

The maximum kinetic energy of the electrons emitted at frequency f.' is

(A)hfl

(fl _ fo)

(D) eV.,(f.,-fo)

Radiation of two photon energies twice and five times the work function oi metal are incident sucessively on the metal surface. The ratio of the maximum veloci$ of photoelectrons emitted is the two cases will be

(B)2 : 1

(C) 1

:a

(D)a:1

;lffiar

Cut off potentials for a metal in photoelectric etfect for light of wavelength 1",, 1", and 1., is found to be V.,, V, and V. volts if V., V, and V. are in Arithmetic Progression and 1,,', 1., and 1". will be: (B) Geometric Progression (A) Arithmetic Progression (D) None mon ic Prog ression Photons with energy 5 eV are incident on a cathode C , on a photoelectric cell. The maximum energy of the eV. When photons of energy 6 eV are incident on C, no photoelec emitted ping potential of A relative to C is reagh

p the

sQ{gv photoelectric

-3v

(c)-1v

(D)4v

experiment, the collector plate is at 2.0V with respect to the emitter plate made of copper In a a = 4.sev). The emitter is illuminated by a source of monochromatic light of wavelength 200nm. (Afthe minimum kinetic energy of the photoelectr !,6)the maximum kinetic energy of the photoelect if the polarity of the battery is reversed then an if the polarity of the battery is reversed then an
By increasing the intensity of incident light keeping frequency 1v > v6) Trxeo on rne surTace oT meral

-'

(A) kinetic energy of the photoelectrons increases umber of emitted elections increases inetic energy and numberof electrons increases (D) no effect
In a photoelectric experiment, electrons are ejected from metals X and Y by light of intensity I and frequency

f. The potential difference V required to stop the electrons is measured for various frequencies. lf Y has a greaterwork function than X ; which one of the following graphs best illustrates the expected results?

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(c) The photoelectric currentwill remain the same.(u) None

oTlnese

toheavyparticleis
(B)

4eoh
t

3q' -rr

K3t*1

_ -.^.

(c)

,%t * J' J2
3h

(D)

,^,

3q

+on

r In 1 &. e -l * Jn*In ,&. ,


Jn

The angular momentum of an electron in the hydrogen atom is energy of this electron is: (A'l 4 53

Inotn In dn

a' (B)l,.at
(B) (B) 1,. )'-

(G) l'n l.^ cc

(D) none oTmese of these

fn.tlere

h is Planck's constant' The kinetic

eV (A)a.ffiev

1.51

eV

(C) 3'a eV (G)3'4ev

(D) 6'8 eV (uro'

d with shortest and longbst wavelengths would

be emitted from the atom by the transitions-labelled: (A) D and C

respectively

-T.]m^.
r'\-'

"

='

(B)CandAresPectivelY

)CandDlesPectivelY
(D)Aand C

n=2 n=
1

respectivelY

2Enlnh
lf the electron in a required to ionise the (A) 6.54 x

(B)2Enn/h
n

hYdrogen atom? 1O-1e (B)

varies with its hydrogen like atoms, the ratio of difference of energies Eon-Ern and Ern-En hydrogen and hYdrogen ln hYdrogen atomic number z and n as: (C)zln (B) r'tna (A) z2 ln2

state by atom, the electron is in nth excited state. lt may come down to second excited In a hydrogen -g an atiffaranr rerarralannfhq What is the value of n: n: tf n -\ 1 f differentwavelengths. ten Cn-t)
(B)

(c)

it's (n-1)th Bohr's radius. the value

(A)

(B) 2

(c) 3
I

jump between energy states n1 and An electron in hydrogen atom after absorbing energy photons._can in emission spectrum' n"(no > n,). Then it may return to ground state afteremitting six differentwavelengths photons. Then nl and jr"rlv absorbed the or"rittJ dnotons is e-itherequalto, less than orgreaterthan ii?

(A)nr=4,n1=3 (B)[2=5'ot=3
centripetal acceleration of the electron is

z=4
48.

Thee|ectroninahydrogenatommakestransitionfromMsh

(A)9:4

(B)sl:16

(C)a:9

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The radius of Bohr's first orbit is ao. The electron in nlOrUit has a radius:
(A)

nao

(B) aotn

lPfn'?ao
m is 13.6 volt. The energy required (C) 13.6 by an identically charged particle

(D)aJn2

to
(D

ron from the

eV

muo

times thatof

electron. Now the radius of K shellwill be

Hydrogen atoms absorb the light and subsequently emit radiations of ten different wavelengths. The value of

l" is
103 nm (C) 73 nm (D) 88 nm

40.

Whenahydrogenatom,initiallyatrestemits,aphotonresultingintransitionn=5-+n=l,itsrecoilspeed
is about

(A) 10a

m/s

(B) 2 x

1f2

m/s

.2

m/s

(D) 3.8 x 10-2 m/s

An electron collides with a fixed hydrogen atom in its ground state. Hydrogen atom gets excited and the colliding electron lose all its kinetic energy. Consequenty tre hydrogen atom may emit a photon conesponding to the largest wavelength of the Balmer series. The min. K.E.of colliding electron will be 42. :. l\,=3

\ 'a{t

(B) wbo

,=

(D).)
"bo

L-

flof lbe

Consider the spectral line resulting from the transition n = 2 -+ n = 1 in the atoms and ions given below. The shortestwavelength is produced (B deuterium atom (A) hydrogen oubly ionized lithium (C) singly ionized

atom helium

by:

v I
fr its

(A)1:4

(B)4:1 i
-

(D)8:
tate, then the numberof different spectrum lines

The electron in hydrogen atom in a sample obtained in its emission spectrum witlbe: 1) 1 + 2 + 3 + ..........+(n + + + 1 2 3 ....................+ ( n ) 1 + 2 + 3 + ..........+(n + 1)

(D)1x2x3x

x(n-l)

The total energy of a hydrogen atom in its ground state is -13.6eV. lf the potential energy in the first excited state will be : state is taken as zero then the total energy (D) 6.8eV (B) 3.4
,

and

(A)-3-4eV

eV

in

8eV

Fum. r and

staBonary stationary n is less than n is less than

hy----^- -1^- :- ---"-r ^t-'^ ny


than 13.6eV.

when (D) perfectly inelastic collision cannot take place.


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initialk

The electron in a hydrogen atom make a transition from an excited state to the ground state. Which of the following statement is true? Its kinetic energy increases and its potentialand totalenergies decrease Its kinetic energy decreases, potential energy increases and its total energy remains the same. (C) lts kinetic and toalenergies decrease and its potentialefergy increases. (D) its kinetic potential and total energies decreases. Academy (I) Pvt. Ltd.'A-14(A)"
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of electron in hydrogen atom The magnitude of angular momentum, orbit radius and frequency of revolution to Boh/s theory of hydrogen according Then corresponding to quantum number n are L, r and f respectively. atom, frl is constant folallslqjlx (A) fr2l is constant for all orbits frl2 is constant for all orbits (C) PrL is constant for all orbits

o
o 6

The "Ko" X-rays emission line of tungsten occ levels in this atom is about

8 MeV and that for C13 is 7'5 MeV' The energy required to
(C) 9.5

MeV 2E,,+E,

(D) 9'34 MeV

ndE,respective|y.TwoatomsofXfusetogiveoneatomofY
(C) Q= (D) Q= 2E2+E1

Radius of the second Bohr obit of singty ionised helium atom ts


n electron in Bohr's hydrogen

hln

abm has an energy of -3.4 eV. The angular momentum of the electon is (B)h t2n

nh | 2rc ( n is an integer)

(D)2hlt

'

must occurs per second to produce lf each fission in a U235 nucleus releases 200 MeV how many fissions a power of 1 l(A/ (D) 2.135 x (C) 1.235 x 1013 .125 x 1013 (A) 1.325 x 1013 rest mass of a proton is Th. rest mass of the deuteron , f H , .is equivalent to an energy of 1976 MeV the g40 MeV. A deuteron may disintegrate to a proton and a equivalent to g3g MeV and that of a neutron to

69.

1013

neutron if

it

is48MeVandQ-va|ueofthereactionis50MeV.Thema.ss
at daughter nucleus is in ground state) (D) none of these (C)

104

final nucleus is rrPb206'.When the ln the uranium radioactive series the initialnucleus is rrU238, and the is.. and the number of p-particles uranium nucleus decays to lead, the number of o - pi'rtictes emitted emitted'.. (D) 32'12 (c)16' (A) 6, 1/(d) a, hr respectively, initially contain the same number The radioactive sources A and B of half lives of 2hr and 4ti^i^taara+i^^ 6ra ^a ratio ': the refin in tha are in of radioactive atoms. At the end of 2 hours, their rates of disintegration

8
1

(A)

a:

(B) 2:1

(D)1:1

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In a RA element the fraction of initiated amount remaining after its mean life time is

Iogen

(A)

1- e

(B)

40o/ool a radioactive sample is left undecayed aftertime t has elapsed. What percentage of the initialsample willdecay in a totaltime 2t :

(D)

1-

(A)20To

t -Wtr*

(QaOTo

(D)38%

-I

tand L
Activity of a radioactive substance is R, at time t, and R, at time t2(t2

R2 t1) Then the ratio

is:

tb

the

(A)

t2

(B) .-i.(q+tr;

,.,"[T)
(c) e
(D) e-'

ied

to

,,'Therc are two radionuclei A and B. A is an alpha emitter and B is a beta emitter. Their distintegration
constants are in the ratio of 1 : 2. What should be the ratio of number of atoms of two at time t = 0 so that probabilities of getting a and B particles are same at time t = 0.

(B)1:2

tsnofY

,r'fhe
(A)

activity of a sample reduces from Ao to Ao /

^f

in one hour. The activity after 3 hours more will be

Ao

(c)

IlS
poduce

68.
69. , \ z

Half life of radium is 1620 years. How many radium nuclei decay in 5 hours in 5 gm radium? ( Atomic weight of radium =223) (D) 3.3 x 1017 (C) 1.72 x 1020 (B)3.23 x 1015 (A)9.1 x 1012 Half life for certain radioactive element is 5 min. Four nuclei of that element are observed at a certain instant of time.Afterfive minutes

'F

tF

Ao

(D\

An

Toton is

Assertion (A) : lt can be definitely said that two nucleiwill be left undecayed. Reasoning (R) : After half life i.e. 5 minutes, half of total nucleiwilldisintegrate. So onlytwo nucleiwill be left
undecayed. Then (A) A is correct & R is conect explanation of A. (B) Both are correct. But R is not conect explanation of A. s incorrect & R is correct. th are incorrect.

land

.
- t]..
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A certain radioactive nuclide of mass number m, disintegrates, with the emission of an electron and y radiation only, to give second nuclied of mass r umber m' Which one of the following equation correctly relates m, and mr? (G)mv=mx-1 ffiY=ffi* (B)mv=mx-2 (A)mv=tr*1
The number of a and p- emitted during the radioactive decay chain starting from 33unu and ending at

len

the

)prticles
72.

rt3uPt i. (A) 3o & 60-

(B) ac & 5p-

lnumber

The activi$ of a sample of radioactive


(A) A,t, =

material is A, at time t., and A, at time t, (! t

\96cr

a +g-

(D)

6cr &

6p-

t,). lts mean life is T.

Ar!

At -Az (B) t, _ tl

= constant

= Al e(tr-t2)/T

(D)4=A'e(t,/rt2)
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,fz
(B) f 1<

of a radioactive sample decays in one mean life, and a fraction f, decays in one half-life'

(c)[=f,

f2

(D) trjtaybe (A), (B) or (C) depending on the values of the mean life and half life

A radioactive substance is being produced at a constant rate of 10 nuclei/s. The decay constant of the substance is 1/2 sec-1. Afterwhattime the number of radioactive nucleiwill become 10? Initiallythere are no nuclei present. Assume decay law holds forthe sample. C , N"
(B) los (2)

sec l!B(1s86sec
T

(o)

sec

(A) (RlTl

- R2T2)

vity of a sample is R, at time T,, and R, at have disintegrated in time (T2 -Tl) is prol
1

^i;
(D)(Rr- )(Tr

R2)

(c)(Rr -R2)/T

ay constant of the end product of a radioactive series is (C) finite (non zero) (B)

Nr- \-

,-Ril'T
of
i

infinite

(D) depends on the end product


1",

77.

At time t = 0, N., nuclei of decay constant l.i & N2 nuclei

of decay constant

are mixed. The decay rate

the mixture is

(A) N,Nre{i"'+r'')t (c) *lNrlle-^r'+Nzl2


I t. r +\

(B) +

"-nr') lmagine a Young's double slit interferen produced from an electron gun. Thedi
(D)the distance between the slits is decreased.

(D) + N,,1., Nrl,re-(lr+lz)t

wit ive

with bst movif,g eectrons se maximum

if

(A) the accelerating voltage in the electron gun is decreased

al

79.

lf radiation of allwavelengths from ultraviolet to infra absorption lines will be observed in the :

(A) Lyman

series

(B) Balmer

series,

oth (A) and

(B)

(D) neither (A) nor (B)

ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION MAY BE CORREGT h question.


ntialdepends on
(B) intensi$ of the incident light by varies source distance

\i,

(E

mitte/s properties

(D) frequency and intensity of the incident light

An electron in hydrogen atom first jumps from second excited state to first excited state and then, from first excited state to ground state. Let the ratio of wavelength, momeqtup anct energy of photons in the tivo cases be x, y and z, then select the wrong answer/(s)
:

*' t7s 3;Yrt

"d"1
t= \^ h'\ =- ltd
''
lf the kinel

L, then of the electron is E and its de-Broglie wavelength is 1,,

(A) E = 6.8 eV l. = 6.6 x 10-10 m (C) E = 3.4 eV tr. = 6.6 x 10-11 m

E= 3.4 eV l, = 6.$ x lQ-ro t (D) E = 6.8 eV i. = 6.6 x 10-11 m

then

f Earn ";

be brought to almost rest by this

when electron of kinetic energy 125eY

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q.\ " f

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A beam of ultraviolet light of all wavelengths passes through hydrogen gas at room temperature, in the x-direction. Assume that all photons emitted due to electron transition inside the gas emerge in the y4irection.
Let A and B denote the lights emerging from the gas in the x and y directions respectively. ome of the incident wavelengths will be absent in A.

t of the )are no

(B) Only those wavelengths will be present in B which are absent in A. e e ,

e level of potential energy is assumed to be zero at the ground state ase in the value of n se in the value of n.
mains the same.
.6 eV.

level. Choose the incorrect statement. {umber

*ir
troduct.
y

rate of The speed of electron in the first Bohr orbit of de The wavelength of flrst Balmer line of deuterium (D) The angular momentum of electron in the first Bohr orbit of deuterium is more than that of hydroEen.
An be the area enclosed by the nu orbit in a hyd

'lFn

, I $;-

will pass through origin

*ctrons

will be a stright line will sloPe 4 (C) will be a monotonically increasing nonlinear curv
(D) will be a circle.
A neutron

collkje headon with

a stationary hydrogen

rerature,

are correct (Assume that the hydrogen atom and neutron has same mass) : lf kinetic energy of the neutron is less lhan20.4 eV collision must be elastic.

lf kinetic energy of the neutron is less than 20.4 eV coliision may be inelastic. Inelastic collision may be take place only when initial kinetic energy of neutron is greater than 20.4 eV. Perfectly inelastic collision can not take place.
n a nucleus with atomic number Z and mass numberA undergoes a radioactive decay process:

dstance

oth Z and A will decrease, if the process is cr decay will decrease but A will not change, if the process is pt decay (C) Z will decrease but A will not change, if the process is p- decay Z and Awill remain unchanged, if the process is 1 decay.

benergy

(A) electrons accelerate through a potentialdifference of 12.75 kV in the Ooolidge tube lectrons accelerate through a potential difference of 18.75 kV in the Coolidge tube (C) de-Broglie wavelength of the electrons reaching the anticathode is of the order of (D) de-Broglie wavelength of the electrons reaching the anticathode is
1

rn
b. Then:

Opm

0.01A.
t^--tL

oten1al difference applied to an X-ray tube is increased. As a result, in the emitted radiation:

.-41,
q.\ "

increases (C)the intensity decreases


e intensity

-:-.,(B) the minimum wave length increases

...^..^

i-^-^^^^^

he minimum wave length decreases

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ses and laterdecreases

itia||ybindingenergypernucleonincreasesand|aterdecreases neufon-proton ratio increases' e binding energy per nucleon increases when the

ot

a lf;Canucleus. Then

s/t '|
(B) M2 > 2Ml

(A) M, =

2M.

IBIM, '

2s.'
:

,,<10(mn*mp)_

is 0.1 73 (years)-1 ' Therefore The decay constant of a radio active substance

1/0.173) Year'
nearlY 8 Years' (D) allthe above statements are true'

In the following,

value of energy from column ll for each of associated with some of them. Choose the appropriate letterA' B' C etc' against the number (i)' physical quantities in column I and write the conesponding the sequence of column ! should (iii), etc. of the physicalquantity in the answer book. ln youranswer,
maintained.

column

lists some physicalquantities &

the column ll gives apProx'

energy val

Golumn I (i) Energyof thermalneutrons


(ii) Energyof

X-raYs E
nucleon

(iii) Binding energy Per

(iv) Photoelectricthreshold of

metal C

Column ll (A) 0.025 eV (B) 0.5 eV (c) 3 eV (D) 20 eV


(E) 10 keV

(F) 8 MeV

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EXER.CISE.II
1. 4.
, the mass

885

2.

(a) 2.25eV, (b) 4.2eV (c) 2.0 eV 0.5 eV

3.

(a) 0.6 volt, (b) 2.0 rnA

when the potential is steady, photo electric emission just stop when hu = (3 + 1)eV = 4.0 eV 5.76 x 10-11A

5.

6.

15/8V

7'
15.

G' 8or,

1020

8'
12.

2 eV 6.53 x 22.8 nm

10aJ-s

9.

487.06 nm

10. 4.26m1s,13.2eV 11. 7:36 14. 18(5R)


eV

13.

LtLz 7u, +)r,

1.257 x 10-23Am2

16.

17.

(i) 5, 16.5 eV, 36.4 A, 340

680 eV 54.4 eV

h 2n

1.06 x 10-11 m

18. z=3,n=7 22.


23.6 MeV

field while gths of the

'!9.
z'3-

h/eEt2

20. 24.

27. n=3,3:1

(Ttrz = 10.8 sec)

offr ----- flAt + *,eo + v (ii) 4.2 x 1ff years


8/3 x 1018sec

23. By values ach of the


cer (i), (ii),

t=

Ilns)

l*f
=

26.

27. 2.48x19-tz^

28.

(i)

he
4nm

(ii)

ehB
Snrn

EXERCTSE-III
1.

should be

4.8 x 1016, 4.0


Ideutron Ineutron

cm

2.

1.99eV.

0.760V

3.

1.1 x

1012

4.
5.

= 8'6 Pm 3.1 x 106

l.11.24 eV

m/s 7.
1015

(i) 2 ;

(ii)23.04x

10-1sJ ;

(iii) 4 -+

1, 4 +3

8. 11.
13.

9.

6.8

eV

5x

Hz

10.

489.6

eV

25.28

A,

(i) 1.875 x 10aV 4.87

$)2.7 x 10-15J, (iii) 0.737A,

(iv) 2.67 x

1frlsJ 15.

12.

6.04 x 10eyrs

MeV

14.

3.3 x 10-6

1.7 x 1010 years

16.

5196 yrs

17.

v = ul.t

o.2es[at-*A-r-^')l L ^ J 19. 61= mS

20.

(i)Allowedvaluesof energyof neutron=6.36eVand0.312eV;Allowedvaluesof energyof Heatom =17.84 eV and 16.328 eV fii) 18.23 x 1014 Hz, g.MO x 101s Hz ,11.6 x 101s Hz

21.
22.

(a)
KE

105

si

; (b)

286.18; (d) 111 s

151 eV dr.u< = 0.5 A

23.

=33.298 uW

t30l

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EXEREISE-IV
1.
2.
(a)c, (b)A
(a) n =

2,2= 4;GS.E. -217.6 eV Min. eneQy = 10.58 eV; (b) 6.25 x

101e per sec, 0, 5 eV

3.A4.8
z= 42

5.

3,4052.3 nm I
8FA

6.

5 x 107,200$uc,23eV

4Vl\/ 7. 9.
I:10-5 Wm2
Vp

to. 14.

(a) C; (b) B ; (c) B; (d)


C

E; (e) C

11.

12.
A

13.

15.

{6. 20. 25. 28. 32. 39. 50.

-er'|),6,e5.*,# |
hl
\J/

;r

19. A 18. C 24. C 23. B 27. (A) P, O; (B) P, R; (C) S, P; (D) P, Q, R 31. (A) R, P; (B) Q, S; (C) P; (D) a 38. A 36. C 37. A 42.D43.D4.A45.8 49. 7 47. A '18. 1

A
A,C

A A A

21. J, 26, 29. B a3. B 'O. A


16.(A)

22.
n=24

n = 1.546 x

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