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# Name: ................................................................. Class:............................ LATIH TUBI 15: CRO QUEST. Pahang 2010 1. Diagram 4.

1 shows a deflecting cathode ray tube 1/07 2/07 3/07 4/20 TOTAL/41 MARKS

Diagram 4.1 (a) The function of the filament is to heat the cathode and release electrons on its surface. (i) Name the process mention in (a) ..................................................................................................................................[1mark] (ii) Explain why a very high voltage of 3000V is used in Diagram 4.1 .................................................................................................................................[1mark] (b) State the change of energy that takes place in the electrons when they strike the flouresent screen. .................................................................................................................................[1mark] (c) A student uses the CRO to study the output voltage from a bicycle dynamo. Diagram 4.2 shows the trace on the screen and the setting of the CRO.

(i) State the type of current produced by the dynamo? ....................................................................................................................................... [1mark] (ii) Determine the frequency,ƒ of the output voltage of the dynamo?

[2mark] (d) Sketch the new trace in diagram 4.3 if the time base setting is now set at 0.001 s/div 1

..2... Name the process involved in Diagram 6...2 shows how an electric component Q is connected to the circuit...............1 and Diagram 6.... The input power supply in Diagram 6...........................2...[1mark] Mrsm 2008 2 (a) Diagram 6.............2? ……………………………. [2marks] (iv) Compare the waveforms in Diagram 6............. (i) Tick (√ ) the correct answer in the box provided....[1mark] (iii) Draw the waveform produced on the screen in Diagram 6..... Diagram 6...........1 is connected to [1mark] (ii) What is the function of component Q in Diagram 6..1 shows a waveform on the screen of a cathode ray oscilloscope that is connected across R..... 2 ...2..

......………………….................................................................[1mark] (iii) State the energy changes experience by the electrons from anode to the screen ……………………………................... [1mark] 3 .......................................................[1mark] (c) Component Q is made from a semiconductor material...............2.............................................................................................. Calculate the kinetic energy possesses by an electron as it reaches the anode................................................................................... The charge of an electron is 1.....[1mark] (b) The voltage between the cathode and anode is 3000 V..................................................................2...........[1mark] (b) Name the component Q in Diagram 6................................................. Diagram 4..................................... ……………………………....... [2 marks] (c) (i) 1000 V power supply is connected to the top and lower plates............... Sketch the path of the cathode rays in Diagram 4.......... The top plate is connected to the positive terminal and the lower plate is connected to the negative terminal............1 shows a deflecting cathode rays tube (a) The function of the filament is to heat the cathode and releases electrons on its surface (i) Name the process mention in (a) ……………………………..................... Explain how the n-type semiconductor is produced? …………………………….........................................................[2mark] Melaka 2009 3.......... One type of semiconductor is the ntype...................................................................................[1mark] (ii) Explain why a very high voltage of 3000 V is used in Diagram 4.......6 x 10-19 C......1 ……………………………....... ……………………………..

..... state one characteristic of cathode rays.... [1 mark] (ii) the strength of the electric field between the metal plates and the deflection of the cathode ray [1 mark] (d) Diagram 10.............3 is not suitable for measuring the frequency of the sound waves...the deflection system [10 marks] 4 ...2 show the deflection of a cathode ray in a deflection tube..3 shows a shadow is formed on fluorescent screen of the Maltase cross tube......... ……………………………............. Explain how the shadow is formed on the fluorescent screen ? [4 marks] (e) Maltase cross tube in Diagram 10........... state the components that are used and their functions based on the following aspects: .......the electron gun .. (a) What is the meaning of cathode ray? [1 mark] (b) Using Diagram 10...3 to transform it into Cathode Ray Oscilloscope that can measure the frequency of the sound waves.................1 and 10...Diagram 10.1 and Diagram 10.. [1mark] Terengganu 2009 4..... In your suggestions... (i) state the charge of the cathode ray. Suggest modifications that can be made to the Maltase cross tube in Diagram 10........ [1 mark] (ii) compare the voltage of EHT connected to the metal plate and the deflection of the cathode ray [2 marks] (c) State the relationship between (i) the voltage of EHT and the strength of the electric field between the metalplates......2...........(ii) From the answer in (c)(i)..

T = 3x 0.1 (a)(i) (ii) (b) (c)(i) (ii) (d) Melaka 2009 Thermionic emission To accelerate the electrons Kinetic energy to heat and light Alternating current Period.06 s F=1/T = 1/0.2>10. (b)(i) State the charge of the cathode ray correctly.1 The deflection in diagram 10.1 (c)(i) State the relationship correctly Voltage of EHT increases. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Max: 4 marks 5 .06s = 16. Cathode rays is blocked by maltase cross Cathode rays carry kinetic energy and converts to light energy when they hit the screen.67 Hz Marks 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 (a) Ganu09 State the meaning of cathode ray correctly Cathode ray is a narrow beam of a fast electrons moving in a vacuum. the strength of electric field increases (c)(ii) State the relationship correctly The strength of electric field increases . Negative/ (-) (ii) Give the correct comparison about the voltage EHT and the deflection of the cathode ray correctly Voltage of EHT in diagram 10. the deflection of the cathode ray increases (d) Give the explanation for forming the shadow correctly The cathode is heated emits electrons The electron is accelerated by very high voltage Cathode rays travel in a straight line.2> 10.02s = 0.

6 X 10-19 X 3000)/9.(e) Component Filament Cathode Control Grid Focusing anode Accelerating anode Y-plates X-plates Function To heat up the cathode Emits electrons Controls the number ofelectrons// control the brightness of the image on the screen Focuses the electrons into a beam To accelerate electrons to towards the screen To deflect the electron beam vertically To deflect the electron beam horizontally 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Max 10 2 a (i) (ii) (iii) Mrsm 2008 Alternating current Allow current flow in one direction only// Change Ac to DC (iv) b (c) 3 a(i) (ii) b The waveform 6.1x10-31 = 3.8 x 10-16 J v = √2eV/m = √(1. 6.1 is sinusoidal .2 half rectified Half wave rectification Semiconductor diode Doped with pentavalent atom Majority charge carrier is electron Melaka 2009 Thermionic emission To accelerate electrons eV = ½ mv2 eV =1.6 X 10-19 X 3000 = 4.25x107 ms-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 c (i) 1 Deflect in electric field // negatively charge 1 7 6 .

Question 4 Answer Note (a)(i) 1 (a)(ii) 1 (c)(i) 1 Alternating current/ AC (c)(ii) 1 1 Period.67 Hz 7 . T = 3 0.02s = 0.06 s F=1/T = 1/0.06s = 16.