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# CHAPTER # 12

ELECTRO STATIC
1.

## One coulomb is that unit of charge which when

placed at 1m form an equal and similar charge
repels it with a force
a) 5 X 109 dyn
c) 9 x 109 dyn

2.

3.

12.

b) 1 state coulomb
d) None

b) J = V x A
d) J = C x V

d) None

b) Insulators
d) S. conductors

## Electric field intensity is also known as

a) Electric potential

b) Electric flux
d) None

17.
c) Millikon

b) J.J. Thomson
d) Einstein

b) Blue
d) Tonar

## There are two charges 1 uc and 6 uc, the ratio

of forces acting on them will be
a) 1:25
c) 1:1

18.

b) 1:6
d) 6:1

b) Direction
d) All of them

19.

## If two charges are experiencing a force of 10 N,

when medium is Air, if the medium is change
whose permittivity is 2 then force will be
b) 5 N
d) 0.3 N

## Depends on the path taken

Greater then zero
Equal to zero
Negative

## In the region where the electric field is zero, the

electric potential is always
a) Positive
b) Negative
c) Constant d) Zero

20.
a) 3 N
c) 10 N

## The work done in moving a charge along an

equipotential surface is
a.
b.
c.
d.

## An electric field lines provides information

a) Electric Force
c) Medium

## A basic technique when applying gausss law is

to
a. Assume the field is constant in direction
b. Assume the field is constant is magnitude
c. Assume the field is constant in both
magnitude and direction
d. Construct and imaginary surface

a) Black
c) Red

10.

## The force per unit charge is known as

a) Electric flux
b) Electric potential
c) Electric intensity d) Electric current

16.

9.

b) Small charges
d) Any charges

a) Conductors
c) Gases

8.

a) Big charges
c) Point charges

15.

7.

b) Heating
d) By rubbing

## One electron volt is

a) 1.6 x 10-12 ergs
c) 300 ergs

6.

b) Curved surface
d) Closed surface

## Objects may acquire an excess or deficiency of

charge by
a) Electric force
c) Striking

14.

5.

a) Plane surface
c) Any surface

13.

b) N/C
d) N2/C2

a) J = C/V
c) J = V/A

4.

a) V.m
c) V.m2

b) 5 x 109 N
d) 9 x 109 N

a) 1 coulomb
c) 1.6 x 10-19

11.

or
a) Volts
b) Walt
c) Joules
d) V/m

21.

a) CV2
c) QV2

22.

b) C2 V
d) Q2V

## A charge of 0.01c accelerated through a p.d of

1000v acquires K-E
a) 10 J
c) 200 J

31.

a) 106 ev
c) 1012 ev
32.

## If the charge on the particle is double then

electric field is
a) Half
c) Unchanged

24.

Size of plate
Distance b/w plates
Nature of dielectric b/w plates
All of above

28.

b) 05m2
d) 10-15m2

a) 6

b)

c) 6 rv

d)

Electricity
Cell
Charging and discharging of capacitor
None

## Selenium is a conductor material which when

exposed to ________
a) Light
c) Mono chromatic light

37.

b) Dark
d) None of these

## When capacitors are connected in parallel the

net capacitance will
a) Increase
c) Constant

38.

## A capacitor acts as blocking elements when

applied signal is
b) D.C
d) None

39.

b) Electro dynamics
d) Electronics

## The surface consider for gausss law is called

a) Closed surface
c) Gaussian surface

b) Spherical surface
d) None

b) 4:1
d) 1:2

c) c2/N.m2

40.

b) Decrease
d) None

## When two capacitors of same capacitance are

connected in parallel and then in service, the
capacitance in these two cases are in ratio of
a) 1:4
c) 6:1

## Inkjet printers works on the principle of

a) Electrostatic
c) Electro magnetism

30.

a.
b.
c.
d.

36.

b) Dielectric
d) Medium

a) A.C
c) Digital
29.

35.

## The area of plates of 1 farad capacitor

separated 8.85mm placed in the air is
a) 109m2
c) 10-9m2

27.

d) 1.8 x 105 V

b) J.J. Thomson
d) None

called
a) Polarization
c) Insulators

a.
b.
c.
d.

26.

34.

b) Masses
d) Medium

a) Millikon
c) Newton

## The electric potential at a point of distance 1 m

from 2 uc charge is
a) 1.8 x 106 V
c) 1.8 x 104 V

25.

b) Double
d) None

b) 109 ev
d) 1015 ev

a) Force
c) Distance

b) 100 J
d) 400 eV
33.

23.

b) Weber
d) c2/N.m

## A capacitors may be considered as a device for

a.
b.
c.
d.

Storing energy
Increasing resistance
Decreasing resistance
None

41.

## If a 10MF and 2000MF capacitors are

connected in parallel the net capacitance will
be
a) 6.7 uF
c) 2010 uF

42.

Magnetization
Electrification
Electrostatic induction
Electromagnetic induction

44.

## One joule per coulomb

One dyne per coulomb
One Newton per coulomb
One watt per second

A dielectric
An equipotential surface
Polarized
None

## The electric flux through the surface of hollow

sphere containing a point charge at its center
depends upon
a.
b.
c.
d.

47.

Surface area
Magnitude of charge
None of these

b) 4 N
d) 0 N

## A line whose tangent at each point is in the

direction of electric intensity at that point is
called a line of
a) Voltage
c) Charge

E
V
V
d.
r
b.

## Large CR (Time constant) value has

a. Small time constant
b. Large time constant
c. Equal time constant
d. None of these

## 52. A Capacitor of 2F is connected with a

battery of 12 Volts, the charge stored in
capacitor
a. 2.5 10 -5C
c. 2.4 10-5C

b. 2.4 10-6C
d. 2.4 10-6C

## 53. An electric field can deflect

a. Neutron
c. rays
54. The relative permittivity
a. 16
c. 18
55.

b. x rays
d. rays

for germanium is

b. 17
d. 22

Xerography means
a. Type writing
c. Dry writing

b. Wet writing
d. None of these

a. 2 106m/sec
c. 5 106m/sec

## A charge of 2c is in a field of intensity 2N/C, the

force on the charge is
a) 1 N
c) 4 N

48.

E
V
r
c.
V
51.

b) Hennery
d) Coulomb

a.

## If the potential difference on a surface is equal

to zero b/w any two points, then surface is said
to be
a.
b.
c.
d.

46.

d) Infinite

One volt is
a.
b.
c.
d.

45.

50.

a) Zero
c) E = kq/r2

a) Volt
c) Ampere

## A method for charging a conductor without

bringing a charge body in contact with it is
called
a.
b.
c.
d.

43.

b) 1990 uF
d) None

49.

57.

b. 3 106m/sec
d. 4 106m/sec

## If mica sheet is place between the plates,

the capacity will
a. Increase
c. Remain same

b. Decrease
d. None of these

b) Electric force
d) Potential field

58.

## The force exerted by two charged bodies

on one another, obeys Coulombs law
provided that
a. The charges are not too small
b. The charges are in vaccum
c. The charges are not too large
d. The linear dimension of charges are much
smaller than distance between them

59.

61.

c.

63.

1
r
1
d.
o
b.

b) 1 : K
d) 1 : K2

68.

69.

b) Zero
d) 2R 2 E

70.

a) Nature of medium
c) Intensity of charge

b) System of units
d) a & b

Selenium is an

71.

b) 1.9KV
d) 0.15KV

b) Electron
d) Neutron

experiment is
qvd
qvd
a) q
b) q
g
m
c) g

72.

mgd
v

d) None

## The ratio of electrostatic force to the gravitational

force between them is of the order of
a) 1036
c) 1040

73.

b) 1038
d) 1042

## The magnitude of the electric field on the surface

of a sphere of radius r having a uniform surface
charge density is

a)

c)
74.

b) Conductor
d) Photoconductor

## Find the potential at a point, where a charge of

1 10-3 coulomb is placed at a distance of 10m is

a) Atom
c) Proton

## In an inkjet printer the charged ink drops are

diverted by the deflection plates

b) 4N
d) 8N

a) 1mV
c) 1.6KV

## a) Towards the charging electrodes

b) Towards the gutter
c) Towards a blank paper on which the print is to
be taken
d) In inkjet printer ink can not be charged
65.

## The force between two charges in 8N. now

placed a mica of relatively 4 between two
charges as a medium, the force then reduced to

a) Insulator
c) Semiconductor

b) 1.6 109N
d) 1.6 1013N

## A cylinder of radius R and length L is placed in a

uniform electric field E parallel to the cylindrical
axis. The total flux for the surface of the cylinder
is:
a) R 2 / E
c) 2R 2 / E

64.

b. Force Law
d. None

106 N/c is
a) 1.6 10-15N
c) 1.6 1013N

b) 6.2 10-21
d) Zero

a) 2N
c) 6N

## The ratio of the force between two small spheres

with constant charges A) in air, B) in a medium
of dielectric constant K is
a) K2 : 1
c) K : 1

62.

67.

a.

a) 6.2 10-23
c) 1.6 10-19

## Coulomb Law is also known as

a. Electrostatic Law
c. Inverse Square Law

60.

66.

b)
d)

2 r

## Of the following quantities, the one that is vector

in character is an electric
a) Charge
c) Energy

b) Field
d) Potential Difference

CURRENT ELECTRICITY
75.

a) Moving charge
c) Both a & b

76.

## The Coulombs force between two charges q1 and

q2 separated by distance r is F. If the separation
between two charges is doubled keeping charges
constant, then Coulombs force becomes

78.

a) Remain same
c) Half

b) Double
d) Four time

R
Ro

b.

R2 R1
R2

c.

R1 R2
R1

d.

R2 R1
R

a) [A2T4ML-3]
c) [ML3A2T2]

b) F/4
d) 2F

b) [ML-3A2T4]
d) None

## An alpha particle has twice the charge of a

proton. Two protons separated by a distance d
exert a force F on each other. What must be the
separation between the alpha particles so that
they also exert a force F on each other?
a) 2d
c)

79.

resistance is

a.

a) 4F
c) F/2
77.

b) Static charge
d) None of these

b)

d)

d
2

## The ratio of instantaneous charge and maximum

charge on plates of capacitors at t = RC is
a) 36.8%
c) 20%

Resistance
Conduction
Conductivity
None

d
2

2d

a)
b)
c)
d)

b) 63.2%
d) 30%

a)
b)
c)
d)

Joule
Volt
Ampere
Walt

of charge

a)
b)
c)
d)

Positive
Negative
Proton
None

## 6) Conventional current flow from

a)
b)
c)
d)

Positive to negative
Negative to positive
Negative to negative
None

## 7) The main source for the current are

a)
b)
c)
d)

Two
Three
Four
Five
8) The drift velocity of electron at 0oC is

CHAPTER # 13

a) zero
b) Maximum
c) 1 cm/sec

d) 10 cm/sec

c. Voltmeter
d. None

## 9) In the thermocouple the heat energy is converted

into

a)
b)
c)
d)

Mechanical energy
Electric energy
Magnetic energy
None

is
a)
b)
c)
d)

a)
b)
c)
d)

2
110
0.5
20

## 18) A current of 10A flows in a conductors of 10

resistance for 1 mint the heat produce will be
a)
b)
c)
d)

a)
b)
c)
d)

Iron
Tube light
Fan
Motor

a)
b)
c)
d)

I = VR
I = V/R
I = R/V
R = IV

Conductors
Transistors
Diodes
Electric Areas

## 14) Through an electrolyte electric current is passed

due to drift of

a.
b.
c.
d.

Free electrons
Positive and negative ions
Free electrons and holes
Protons

a.
b.
c.
d.

AVO meter
Voltmeter
Potentiometer
Galvanometer

## 16) The post office box is based on the principle of

a. Galvanometer
b. Wheat-stone bridge

102 J
6 x 102 J
6 x 103 J
6 x 104 J

a.
b.
c.
d.

. M
(.m)-1
.m-1
None

applicable

a)
b)
c)
d)

a)
b)
c)
d)

Zero
Maximum
Minimum
None

Yes
No
May or may not
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

Increase
Decrease
Remain constant
None

a)
b)
c)
d)

I2 Rt
IR2t
IRt2
V2/R

a)
b)
c)
d)

Parabolic
Curve
Slope
Straight line

## 24) Resistance of supper conductor is

a)
b)
c)
d)

Finite
Infinite
Zero
Changes with material

## 25) The e.m.f. of a cell or battery is the voltage b/w its

terminals, when

a.
b.
c.
d.

It is closed circuit
It is open circuit
Its internal resistance is zero
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

Work
Energy
Power
Voltage

a.
b.
c.
d.

Two
Three
Four
Five

their

a.
b.
c.
d.

Wires
Terminals
Color
Spots

a.
b.
c.
d.

2
6
8
10

## 30) Tolerance color means

a.
b.
c.
d.

Greater
Less
Greater-less
None

31) If the first color red and 2nd band is green and
third band is orange, then value of resistance is
a. 20000
b. 24000

c. 25000
d. None
32) If the tolerance color is gold then it value is
a.
b.
c.
d.

2%
4%
5%
6%

a.
b.
c.
d.

Resistance
Rheostat
Amplifier
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

Amplifier
Diode
Thermistor
Conductor

a.
b.
c.
d.

Positive
Negative
Zero
None

measurement of

a.
b.
c.
d.

Voltage
Resistance
Temperature
Heat

## 37) A circuit which has only one voltage source is

called

a.
b.
c.
d.

Network
Simple circuit
Complex circuit
None

38) The circuit who has more than one voltage source
is called

a.
b.
c.
d.

Network
Simple circuit
Complex circuit
None

## 39) The algebraic sum of all the current at junction is

zero, is Kirchoffs
a. 1st law
b. 2nd law
c. 3rd law
d. 4th law
40) The algebraic sum of voltages changes around a
closed circuit or loop is zero, is Kirchoffs
a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.

Joule
Watt sec
K. watt. hr
Watt. hr

a.
b.
c.
d.

24000 J
48000 J
144000 J
14400 J

a.
b.
c.
d.

P.d length
P.d resistance
P.d. area
None

against
a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.
50.

Charge
Mass
Energy
None

a. 1.52 10-8
c. 1.56 10-8

51.

52.

b. Nichrome
d. Tungston

a. Current
c. Resistance

53.

b. 1.54 10-8
d. None

a. Constanton
c. Manganin

High power
High voltage
High current
Over heating

## 46) If the resistor is traversed apposite to the direction

of current, then potential is

Resistively
Conductivity
Temperature co-efficient
None

of

## 43) Heat generated by 40 watt bulb is one hour is

a.
b.
c.
d.

Electro late
Electrolysis
Electro-conductor
None

40
5
20
2.5

commonly used is

a.
b.
c.
d.

## 47) When electricity passes through the liquid then

process is called

1st law
2nd law
3rd law
4th law

## 41) If the resistance of a certain length wire, diameter

5mm is 10 if the diameter is charge to 10mm,
then new resistance is
a.
b.
c.
d.

b. Negative
c. Zero
d. None

b. Voltage
d. None of these

## Open electric transmission lines

a. Obey Ohms law
b. Obey at high temperature
c. Do not obey Ohms law
d. None of these

54.

## If three resistances of equal resistance R are

connected in parallel, the net resistance will

a. Positive
8

a. 3R
c.
55.

3
R

b.

62.

R
3

d. R + 3

a) 10W
c) 30W

## The fractional change in resistivity per Kelvin

a. co-efficient in resistance
b. co-efficient of resistivity
c. Resistance
d. None

56.

63.

## An electric bulb rated at 220V 140watt is

connected to 110v power line, the current that
flows in it is
a. 1.27 A
c. 2.27 A

57.

58.

64.

b. 1.83 A
d. 2.83 A

65.

60

66.

b. E x E
d. E x

L
l

3
Ohm
a.
4

67.

68.

c. 4 3 Ohm

b) Dimension
d) All of them

## Conductance is a quantity used to describe the

The resistivity

of Aluminium in m is

69.

b) 0.5 10-8
d) None of these

a) 7
c) 9

70.

b) 2.60 10-8
d) None of these

a) 0.7 10-8
c) 0.59 10-8

b.

## The resistivity of a material is . If the area of

cross-section of material is doubled and length is
halved then the resistivity of material is:
a)
c) 2

a) 2.59 10-8
c) 2.63 10-8

d. 4 + 3 Ohm
61.

b) Every point
d) All of them

## a) Physical state of the conductor

b) Electrical properties of material
c) Dimension of the conductor
d) All of them

R
lE
r

## Three two ohm resistors are connected to

form a triangle. The resistance b/w any two
corner is

4
Ohm
3

## When the battery is connected at its ends, an

electric field is set up at

a) Nature
c) Physical state

## The unknown e.m.f can be

determined by

R
E
r
l
c. E x E
L

b) 40 watt
d) 200 watt

b. Carbon resistance
d. Tungston wire

a. Iron
b. Thermocouple
c. Measurement of current
d. None

a. E x

## A source of 200V provides a current of 10.0

Amperes to a house. The power delivered by the
source is

a) Its ends
c) Middle

59.

b) 20W
d) 40W

a) 20 watt
c) 2000 watt

a. Diode
c. Copper wire

## Four bulbs of 10W, 20W, 30W and 40W are

connected in parallel, the bulb that will shine
more is

b) 8
d) 5

## A zero ohm resistor is indicated by

a) A single silver colour band
b) A single black band
c) A silver black band
d) None of these

b) 4
d) / 4
71.

## Thermo couples convert heat energy into

a) Mechanical energy

b) Chemical energy

c) Electrical energy
72.

d) None of these

a.
b.
c.
d.

## An accurate measurement of emf of a cell is

a) A voltmeter
c) A potentiometer

73.

b) An ammeter
d) All of them

2.

by

R
E
r
l
c) E x E
L
a) E x

74.

b) E x E
d) E x

3.

75.

b) No
d) None of these

4.

## A 50 volt battery is connected across a 10 ohm

resistor. The current is 4.5A. The internal
resistance of the battery is:
a) 1.1
c) 1.3

76.

5.

77.

## A 100 watt bulb and a 200 watt bulb are designed

to operate at 110V and 220V respectively. The
ratio of their resistance is
a) 1
c)

1
2
1
d)
4

6.

1
3

7.

1.

8.

Stationary charges
Moving charges
Stationary and moving charge
Law of motion

## if the angle b/w v and B is zero then

magnetic force will be
a.
b.
c.
d.

CHAPTER # 14
ELECTROMAGNETISM

Diamagnetic
Paramagnetic
Ferromagnetic
Non-magnetic

Magnetism is related to
a.
b.
c.
d.

b)

North pole
South pole
Are ionized
None

## Iron is what type of magnetic material, it is

a.
b.
c.
d.

a) 25 watts bulb
b) Neither will give light
c) Both will have same incandescence
d) none

2 fields
3 fields
4 fields
None

## A photon while passing though a magnetic

field are deflected towards

a.
b.
c.
d.

b) 1.2
d) 1.4

## A 25 watt and 40 watts bulbs were connected an

a series to a 220V line. Which electric bulb will
grow more brightly?

a.
b.
c.
d.

## Do bends in a wire affect its electrical resistance

a) Yes
c) Affects a little

## The poles of magnet are similar to

a. Geo poles
b. Opposite to geo poles
c. Perpendicular to geo poles
d. None

L
l

R
lE
r

Iron
Steel
Moving charge
None of these

Max
Min
Zero
None

## when charge particle enter perpendicular to

magnetic field, the path followed by it is

10

a.
b.
c.
d.
9.

17.

Yes
No
Some Time
None

18.

## Away from you

Towards you
Clock wise
Anti clockwise

Electrical
Squire
Varies with current
Circular

a.
b.
c.
d.

104G
10-4G
106G
10-6G

Conductance
Electric current
Magnetic flux
Electric flux

a.
b.
c.
d.

21.

0o
60o
90o
180o

of
a.
b.
c.
d.

20.

Electric flux
Torque
Magnetic flux
Force

## The magnetic flux will be max, for an angle of

a.
b.
c.
d.

19.

No, of tarns
Current and magnetic field
Area of coil
All of above

## A current carrying loop, when placed in a

uniform magnetic field will experience
a.
b.
c.
d.

## The shape of magnetic field around a long

straight current carrying wire is

a.
b.
c.
d.
14.

Electric field
Magnetic field
Magnetic field intensity
Electric field intensity

Zero
1 wb
0.5 web
None

increasing

a.
b.
c.
d.

## A current carrying conductor carries current

away from you the direction of magnetic field
with respect to you is

a.
b.
c.
d.
13.

16.

## It is possible to set a charge at rest into

motion with magnetic field

a.
b.
c.
d.
12.

Tesla
Weber
Joule
Newton

## The flux through an area of 1 m2 in x -y plane

in a magnetic filed of 1T directed along Z
-axis will be
a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.
11.

15.

a.
b.
c.
d.

10.

A helix
A circle
Straight line
Ellipse

N.A2/A
N.m2/A
N.A/m
N.m/A

## An electron moves at 2x102m/sec

perpendicular to magnetic field of 2T what is
the magnitude of magnetic force
a.
b.
c.
d.

1 x 10-6N
6.4 x 10-17N
3.6 x 10-24N
4 x 106N

11

22.

## The waveform of sinusoidal voltage, its

frequency and phase can be found by
a.
b.
c.
d.

23.

## When charge particle enters in the uniform

magnetic field, the magnetic force will be
balance by

a.
b.
c.
d.
31.

Electric force
Magnetic force
Centripetal force
None

qb
2m
qb
b. f =
2rm
qb
c. f =
2
qb
d.
mr
a. f =

Circular path
Rectangular path
To any path
None
32.

## the e/m value of electron is

33.

a. 1.7588 x 1011
b. 1.75599 x 1012
c. 1.7588 x 109
d. 1.7559 x 1014
F = Fe + Fm is

T.m/A
T.m2/A
T.m/A2
None

The value of o is
a.
b.
c.
d.

28.

30.

a.
b.
c.
d.

27.

c. 2000 o
d. None

a.
b.
c.
d.

26.

b. 200 o

Maximum
Minimum
Zero
None

H. orested
Ampere
Weber
Henry

## A solenoid of length 500m is wonded into 100

turns. A current of 10 A flows in it, the
magnetic field intensity is
a. 20 o

## The presence of magnetic field around a

current carrying conductor was detected by
a.
b.
c.
d.

25.

CRO
Diode
Transistor

## The force on a charge particle moving

parallel to magnetic field is

a.
b.
c.
d.
24.

29.

4
4
4
4

a.
b.
c.
d.

x 10-6
x 10-7
x 10-8
x 10-9
34.

Electric force
Magnetic force
Lorentz force
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

o NI
o NL
o N

a.
b.
c.
d.

Two
Three
Four
Five

None

12

35.

a.
b.
c.
d.

36.

41.

Two
Three
Four
None

a.
b.
c.
d.
42.

Electric
Magnetic
Phosphors
None

is

proportional to

a.
b.
c.
d.
39.

43.

a.
b.
c.
d.
40.

44.

Ammeter
Voltmeter
AVO meter
None

a. Rs =
b. Rs =
c.

Rs =

d. Rs =

IgRg
I Ig
IsRg
I Ig
IgRs
R Ig
IsRs
I Ig

46.

Rs = Rg
Rs < Rg
Rs > Rg
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

47.

Very large
Very small
Unaltered
None

## To increase the scale of galvanometer to

twice of its initial value we need to connect a
shunt
a.
b.
c.
d.

## To find the shunt resistance we used

equation

Small resistance
High resistance
Infinite resistance
None

a.
b.
c.
d.
45.

Current
Voltage
Resistance
All of above

a.
b.
c.
d.

Magnetic field
Electric field
Angle
None

## When a small resistance is connected in

parallel to the galvanometer it is called

## AVO-meter is used to find

a.
b.
c.
d.

a. r
b. c
c. m
d. None
38.

Series
Parallel
Series or parallel
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

37.

## To convert a galvanometer into voltmeter we

connect a resistance in

Iron
Nickel
Steel
All of them

## a. Are always connected in series

b. Are always connected in parallel
c. Both in series and parallel
d. None
48.

## The sensitivity of galvanometer is directly

depends on
a. Magnetic field
b. Area of coil

13

d.

c. Number of turns
d. All of above
49.

a.
b.
c.
d.

50.

web.m
web.m-2
web.m
None

a)
b)
c)
d)

60
b. V.A/sec
d. None

b. web A/m
d. None of these

## Shunt resistor is also called

a. By pass resistor
c. Reactance

54.

synchronize

a. very high
c. low
56.

57.

62.

63.

4v
Br

b.

Zv
Br

c.

2v
B2r

d.

2v
B2r 2

64.

TV Picture tube
Transistor

## The potential difference across the shunt resistor

Rs is
b) V ( I I g ) R s
d) V I g R g

a) TmA-2
c) Fm-1

C.R.O is same as
a.
b.
c.

b) Doubled
d) None

## a) Resistances of different values are connected in

series with galvanometer
b) Different resistances are connected in parallel with
galvanometer
c) Some resistances are connected in parallel and
some of them are connected in series
d) None

b. high
d. very low

a.

## When the number of turns in a solenoid is

doubled without any change in the length of the
solenoid its self induction will be:

a) V I g R s
c) V ( I g I ) R s

b. Current
d. All of them

## In C.R.O the anode are at positive potential

with respect to cathode is

106 Maxwell
108 Maxwell
1010 Maxwell
none

a) Four times
c) Halved

b. Specific resistor
d. None

a. Frequency
c. Voltage
55.

61.

0.1A
1A
current sensitivity
1mA

1 weber = _______
a)
b)
c)
d)

## The S.I unit of Magnetic Permeability is

Weaken it
Strength it
Reverse its polarity
Demagnetize completely

## Minimum current require to produced a

deflection of 1mm on a scale at a distance of
1mm is
a)
b)
c)
d)

a. web/m2
c. web m/A
53.

59.

Electric flux
Magnetic flux
Ampere law
None

a. V. sec/A
c. A.sec/V
52.

called

a.
b.
c.
d.
51.

58.

None

65.

b) TmA-1
d) None of these

## A solenoid is a cylindrical, long and tightly wound

coil of wire. When a current pass through it
behaves like a

14

a) Source of emf
c) Electromagnet

b) Magnet
d) None of these
74.

66.

## The brightness of the spot formed on the screen

in controlled by the
a) Electron
c) Potential

67.

## a) It does not disturb the circuit

b) It draws some current
c) It same the galvanometer coil
d) None of these

b) Proton
d) None of these

## Due to radial field, a moving coil galvanometer is

75.
a) Comes to rest quickly
b) Magnetic field becomes strong
c) Movement is frequent
d) None of these

68.

V
Rg
I
Ig
c)
Rg
V

b)

V
Rg
Ig

d)

I
Rg
V

## Magnetic flux passing normally, through a unit

area is called
a) Magnetization
b) Magnetic field intensity
c) Magnetic flux density
d) All of these

70.

given as
a) 1T = 104G
c) 1T = 10-4G

71.

## The shunt resistance connected to a

Galvanometer to convert it into a desired level
current measuring ammeter is
a) R s
c) R s

77.

V
Rg
I
Ig
I Ig

b) R s

Vg
I Ig

d) None

## A vertical solenoid has 200 turns in a length of

0.4m and carries a current of 3A in anticlockwise.
The flux density in the middle in Tesla is about
a) 6 10 4
c) 60 10 4

b) 6 10 5
d) None

b) 1T = 106G
d) 1T = 10-6G

b) Restoring couple
d) None of these

## In velocity selector method, the velocity of an

electron is given by
a) v
c) v

73.

76.

b) Diode

## Couple necessary to produce unit twist is

a) Deflecting couple
c) Torsion couple

72.

## The wave form of sinusoidal voltage, its

frequency and phase can be found by
a) CRO
c) Transistor

## A very high resistor Rh is connected in series with

the galvanometer in order to convert it into
voltmeter
a)

69.

high resistance

2V
m
2V
me

b) v
d) v

3 Ve
m
2 Ve
m

## The beam of the electrons is provided by

a) Ionization of atoms
c) Electron gun

b) Photoemission
d) None of these

15

CHAPTER # 15
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
1.

a.
b.
c.
d.

2.

Heat energy
Internal energy
Steam energy
None

## Torque on rectangular coil

Motional e.m.f.
Question is wrong
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

11.

## If we increase the resistance of coil, the

induced e.m.f. will be
a.
b.
c.
d.

12.

E=BLV
E=qBl
E=Blq
E=qVB

Increase
Decrease
Remain same
None

/ t
/ t
b) L =

a) L =

Mass
Energy
Charge
None

## An inductor is a circuit element that can store

energy in the form of
a.
b.
c.
d.

7.

10.

Lenzs law
Amperes law
Right hand rule

conservation of
a.
b.
c.
d.

6.

Gausss law
Ohms law
Ampere law

Lenzs law
Ampere law
None

## The best way to find the direction of induced

e.m.f. in the circuit is
a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.

5.

9.

## In the motional e.m.f. the mechanical energy

consumed is converted into
a.
b.
c.
d.

4.

Motion of coil
Motion of magnet
The rate of change of flux
None

to
a.
b.
c.
d.

using which law
a.
b.
c.
d.

3.

8.

a.
b.
c.
d.

d)
13.

a. M = - / p

Magnetic field
Electric flux
Electric field
None

increasing

/ t

L=
/ t

c) L =

b. M =

p / t

c. M = - / / t
d. None
14.

a) Coulombs
c) Volt

Current
Voltage
No. of turns
None
15.

b) Amperes
d) Henry

a. Maximum

16

b. Minimum
c. negligble
d. None
16.

a.
b.
c.
d.

22.
a.
b.
c.
d.

17.

Max. current
Min. current
Half
None

2

b) L = n 2

nlA
c) L =
2 n
d) L =

23.

24.

## A current of 7Amp/sec flows a steady rate,

through a inductor of inductance 25mh, what is
the induced e.m.f?
a)
b)
c)
d)

19.

3.57mv
175mv
350mv
None

25.

20.

LI2
L2 I
L 2 I2
None

a.
c.

2
2 0

4 0

b.

2 o

d.

4 o

27.

c.

tp

## One ampere in secondary coil

Magnetic flux
Current in one ampere in secondary
None

Within coil
Out of coil
B/w two coil
None

## Alternating current changes

Its magnitude as well as direction
Only direction but not magnitude
Only magnitude but not direction
None

## The coil in A.C generator rotates with

rotational speed of 10rad/sec its frequency is

c.
d.

21.

## What energy is stored in an inductor of

40mH, when a current of 8A passing through
it

p
d. none
b.

## Mutual inductance is numerically equal to the

e.m.f. induced in the secondary coil when the
rate of change of

a.
b.

28.

a.
b.
c.
d.

## The energy stored in the inductor per unit

volume is

a.

a.
b.
c.
d.
26.

Eddy current
Hysteresis
Electric resistance
Inductance

to

a.
b.
c.
d.

a)
b)
c)
d)

decrease its
a.
b.
c.
d.

2
a) L = n

18.

160 mJ
1.28 J
1.6 mJ
None

None

## The instantaneous value of A.C. voltage is

a. V = Vo sin 2 ft
b. V = Vo sin 2 ft
c. V = Vo sing 2 wt

17

d. None
29.

VBL sin
NESN sing
NAB sin
NIAB sin

50 Hz
100 Hz
150 Hz
220 Hz

Slip rings
Commutators
Slip chip
None

40.

Repel each other
No effect
None of these

Generator
Mater
A.C. Meter
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

Commutaters
Slip rings
Armature
None

Primary
Secondary
Middle
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

43.

Energy
Power
Voltage
All of above

a.
b.
c.
d.

42.

Amperes law
Mutual induction
Motional e.m.f.
None

stop down
a.
b.
c.
d.

41.

Generator
Motor
Transformer
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.

35.

39.

Television
Tape recorder
All of above

a.
b.
c.
d.

## Two parallel conducting wires placed closer

to each other carry current in the same
direction will.
a.
b.
c.
d.

34.

38.

Electric motor
A.C. generator
Reverse generator
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

due to
a.
b.
c.
d.

33.

37.

a.
b.
c.
d.

32.

## Move parallel to coil

Are stationary
Move along the direction of coil
None

a)
b)
c)
d)

a.
b.
c.
d.

31.

a.
b.
c.
d.

30.

36.

Equal to input
Less then input
More than input
None

## A transformer changes 12V to 1800V and

there are 6000 turns in secondary coil, the no
of turn on primary coil is
a. 40
b. 20
c. 10

18

d. 2
51.
44.

## In ideal transformer when p.d. in double the

current is
a.
b.
c.
d.

45.

46.

Step up transformer
Step down transformer
For both
None

Power loss
Heating
Both a and b
None

53.

54.

55.

a.
b.
c.
d.

## High current low voltage in used

High voltage low current in used
Same voltage and current in used
None

a.

c.

1
2

56.

d. 2 : 1

b. 0.3v
d. 10v

## When a transformer is connected to 120 volt A.C

it supplies 3000 volt to device, the current
through secondary winding is 0.6 amp and
current through primary is 2 amp, the no. of turns
on primary is 400. what is the efficiency of
transformer?
a. 75%
c. 85%

57.

b. 1 : 2

## If a 3cm of wire is moved at right angle to the

magnetic field with a speed of 2 miles/sec and if
flux density is 5 Tesla, what is the magnitude of
induced e.m.f?
a. 0.03v
c. 0.6v

Small
Large
Zero
None

## To minimize the heating effect in the

transmission lines

## A transformer is said to be efficient if

a. Output voltage = Input voltage
b. Output current = Input current
c. Output power = Input power
d. Output energy = Input energy

With magnetic
With plastic
None

## For a good transformer the hysterics loop are

_______ in size.
a.
b.
c.
d.

50.

A.C. generator
D.C. generator
Battery
Motor

Induced e.m.f is
a. Directly proportional to change in flux
b. Directly proportional to rate of change
of flux
c. Inversely proportional to change of flux
d. None of these

a.
b.
c.
d.

49.

52.

## The eddy current produced

a.
b.
c.
d.

48.

Doubled
Tripled
Halved
Same

An adopter is an example of
a.
b.
c.
d.

47.

a. Mechanical energy
b. Electrical energy
c. Frictional energy
d. None

## Power is effectively supplied to primary coil of

step up transformer by
a.
b.
c.
d.

b. 80%
d. None of these

## A.C and D.C have same

a. Effect in charging a capacitor
b. Effect in charging a battery
c. Effect while passing through an inductor
d. Heating effect through a resistor

19

58.

## Magnetic compass needle will be deflecting, if it

is kept near
a. Static charge
c. Semi conductor

## a) Input and output power is same

b) Currents are inversely proportional to voltage
c) Currents are directly proportional to voltage
d) None of these

b. Soft iron
d. Accelerating charge
68.

59.

will be
a. Maximum
c. Cannot tell

60.

## a) Varying magnetic field

b) Magnetic field
c) Dust and heat
d) Electric field

b. Zero
d. None of these

## Non inductive resistances are used in decreasing

69.
a. Mutual inductance
c. Magnetic field

61.

b. Self inductance
d. Heating effect

a) Commutator
c) Torques
70.

71.

72.

b) 400%
d) None

## In mutual induction, the mutual inductance of the

two coils depends upon

## A pair of coils has a mutual inductance of 2H. If

the current in the primary changes from 10A to
zero in 0.1sec, the induced emf in the secondary
will be
a) 100V
c) 300V

b) 200V
d) 400V

b) Capacitor
d) None of these

## The back emf effect in motors changes due to

74.
a) Inductance of coils
c) Voltage

67.

b) 2H
d) 4H

## The devices in the circuit that consume electrical

energy are known as
a) Inductor

66.

b) 2 ms-1
d) 8 ms-1

## What is the self inductance of a coil when a

change of current from 0 to 2A in 0.05sec induces
an emf of 40V in it?
a) 1H
c) 3H

73.

d) Transformer

## If the emf across the conductor of length 1m

moving with a uniform speed at right angles to a
magnetic field of 0.5T is 2V, the velocity of the
conductor is
a) 1 ms-1
c) 4 ms-1

a) Number of turns
b) Area of cross section of coil
c) The distance between the two coils
d) All of them
65.

b) Armature
d) None of these

a) Television
c) D.C. motor

b) (106/o)J
d) None

## If the speed of rotation of AC generator is made

four times of its initial value, the percentage
increase in an induced emf is
a) 100%
c) 300%

64.

b) DC circuits
d) None

## A solenoid of area of cross section 2.0cm2 and

length 100cm stores energy. When current of
5.0A flowing in it produces B = 0.1T then the
stored energy is
a) (10-6o)J
c) (10-6/o)J

63.

## Self induction is greater in

a) AC circuits
c) Both in AC & DC

62.

## Radio frequency (R.F.) shielding of a coil means

to protect from external circuit

b) Current
d) None of these

used

## A copper ring is held horizontally and bar magnet

is dropped through the ring with its length along
the axis of the ring. The acceleration of the falling
magnet is
a) Equal to that due to gravity
b) Less than that due to gravity

20

## c) More than that due to gravity

d) Depends on the diameter of the ring and the
length of the magnet

c. Tangent wave
d. None
2.

75.

## An emf of 0.003V is induced in a wire when it

moves at right angles to uniform magnetic filed
with a speed of 4m/sec if the length of the wire in
the field is 15cm, what is the flux density in Tesla?
a) 0.003
b) 0.005
c) 6
d) 12
e) 2000

cycle in
a.
b.
c.
d.

3.

a.
b.
c.
d.

4.

c)

1.

wave form called

8.

Resistors
Capacitors
Inductors
All of above

## The quality which is called argument of sine

or cosine function is
a)

CHAPTER # 16
ALTERNATING CURRENT CIRCUITS

Matter wave
Mechanical wave
Electromagnetic wave
Transverse wave

through
a.
b.
c.
d.

7.

In phase
None

vacuum are
a.
b.
c.
e.

6.

0.707 Io
0.707 Vo
0.708 Ro
None

current are
a.
b.
c.
d.

5.

Maximum
Minimum
Zero
None

t
2

b) 2T

d)

a.
b.
c.
d.

Volt
Ampere
Joule
Ohm

a. Sinusoidal
b. Cosine wave

21

9.

of capacitor is
a.
b.
c.
d.

10.

11.

13.

15.

p
t

d. None

Half
Same
Double
Triple

23.

Null vector
Unit vector
Phasor
None

## The combine opposition of resistor capacitor

and inductor is called
a.
b.
c.
d.

b) XL
d) None

## If the frequency of A.C. is double inductor the

reactance will be
a.
b.
c.
d.

22.

Clockwise
Anti clockwise
Remain stationary
None

is called
a.
b.
c.
d.

## Lead the current by 90o

Ledge the current by 90o
Remain same with current
None

a) Xc
c) RL
16.

b. L

21.

Increases
Decreases
Remain same
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

Zero
Maximum
Minimum
None

a.
b.
c.
d.

20.

Inductor
Capacitor
Resistor
Choke

## By increasing the frequency of A.C. through

an inductor the reactance will be
a.
b.
c.
d.

3184
3190
3140
3150

c. L
t
14.

19.

Maximum
Minimum
Zero
None

## The device which is used for controlling A.C.

without dissipation of energy is called
a.
b.
c.
d.

is
a.

18.

90o
60o
30o
180o

a.
b.
c.
d.

inductor is
a.
b.
c.
d.

## If the capacitance of capacitor is 1F and the

frequency of A.C is 50Hz then reactance will
be
a.
b.
c.
d.

12.

Large
Small
Zero
None

the current by

a.
b.
c.
d.

17.

Reactance
Resistor
Impedance
None

a) Joule
c) Ampere

24.

b) Weber
d) Ohm

## When A.C. flow through RC series circuit the

magnitude of voltage is
a. V = R 2 Xc 2
b. V =

R2 X L

22

c. V = IR
d. None

c) Two
33.

25.

## The impedance of RC series circuit is

34.

d. None
26.

R 2 XL2

35.

b. V = I R 2 Xc 2
c. V = IR
d. None
27.

28.

is called

30.

## At what frequency will a 1H inductor have

reactance of 500 ohms
a) 80 Hz
c) 40 Hz

37.

38.

b. Z =

Xc 2 X L
2

R X L Xc
2

32.

b) Independent
d) None of these

a) One

## The fundamental requirement for the

generation of electromagnetic wave is
Oscillation of electric charge
Motion of electric charge
Motion of electron
None

39.

## The behavior of resistance is frequency

a) Dependent
c) No, response

Displacement current
Conduction current
Eddy current
None

a) c =

c. Z = R 2 ( XL Xc ) 2
d. None
31.

b) Amplifier
d) None

## The current which is produce due to changing

electric flux is called

a.
b.
c.
d.

of circuit is

b) Voltage
d) None

a.
b.
c.
d.

b) 60 Hz
d) 20 Hz

a. Z = R2 +

## In parallel circuit of A.C. there will be

maximum

a) Metal detectors
c) Diode

b) Cos
d) None

a) Cosine
c) Power factor
29.

36.

b) P = VI cos
d) None

Maximum
Minimum
Can not explain by give data
None

a) Power
c) Impedance

## The average power in case of A.C. series

circuit is
a) P = VI
c) P = VI sin

Resonance frequency
Threshold frequency
Non-frequency
None

## At resonance frequency the impedance of

A.C series circuit is
a.
b.
c.
d.

service circuit
a. V = I

called
a.
b.
c.
d.

V
I
V
b. Z =
I
Z
c. V =
I
a. R =

d) Three

b) Zero

1
o o

c) c = 2 rt
40.

b) c = s/t
d) None

## The super position of sonic wave on EM

waves that causes a change in vertical shape
of EM waves is
a.
b.
c.
d.

Frequency Modulation
Amplitude Modulation
No, effect
None

23

50.
41.

a) Resistor
c) Inductor
42.

Amplitude Modulation
Applied Metal
Accurate Measurement
None

47.

49.

a. Small
c. Zero
55.

56.

c) W =

1
LC
LC

b) W =
d) None

1
L C

b. High
d. Maximum

b. Inductance
d. None

## Which one is prefer for transmission of

a. X rays
b. Infra red rays
c. Larger than infra red
d. Smaller than infra red

Source current
e.m.f. current
Applied voltage
None

b. Choke
d. None

a. Conductance

b) Two
d) Four

LC

## In A.C. parallel resonance circuit branch

current may be granter then

a) W =

1
2

## a. Soft iron core

b. Hard iron core
c. Soft iron laminated core
d. None

a.
b.
c.
d.

d)

## An A.C choke is a coil consist of thick

copper wire, wound closely over a

voltage is

a) One
c) Three
48.

53.

54.

b) 350.5v
d) None of these

2 LC

2 LC

a. Inductor
c. Impedance

## Which one give more quality transmission

a) 250v
c) 353.5v

b)

a. 0.5 m H
b. 0.5H
c. 2H
d. 0.5volt
When coil of high inductance is used for
controlling A.C without dissipation of energy
is called

b) Amplification
d) None

b) F.M
d) M.W

LC

## What is the self inductance of a coil in which

an induced e.m.f of 2 volt is setup when
current changes at the rate of 4 A/sec.

52.

## The process of combing the low frequency

signal with high frequency radio-wave is
called

a) A.M
c) S.W
46.

51.

Frequency Modulation
Frequency Metal
Frequency Member
None

a) Modulation
c) Rectification
45.

c)

a.
b.
c.
d.

44.

1
4

b) Capacitor
d) None

a.
b.
c.
d.

43.

circuit is

use a variable

57.

## Television programs are carried away by

a. Low frequency waves
b. High frequency waves
c. Microwaves
d. None

24

58.

musical program, the antenna of its
transmitter
a. R.F electromagnetic waves
b. A.F electromagnetic waves
c. R.F longitudinal waves
d. A.F longitudinal waves

59.

60.

63.

68.

peak value

69.

## At resonance, the value of the power factor in an

LCR series is
b)
d) Not defined

71.

a) V = VR + VL + VC
b) V2 = VR2 + VL2 + VC2
2
2
2
c) V = VR + (VL VC) d) V2 = VL2 + (VR VC)

72.

distances has

65.

b) Low cost
d) None of these

66.

## The frequency of modulated carrier waves is

lowest when signal amplitude is

a) 75
c) 88

b) 25
d) 200

b) Large
d) None of these

a) Dependent
c) No response

## a) Maximum negative value

b) Maximum positive value
c) Amplitude zero
d) None of these

is
a) Low
c) Very large

b) Four
d) Eight

c) Both a & b
d) None of these

73.
64.

b) 45o
d) 120o

terminals
a) Two
c) Six

## In an LCR circuit, if V is the effective value of the

applied voltage, VR is the voltage across R, VL is
the effective voltage across L, VC is the effective
voltage across C, then:

b) XL < XC
d) None of these

phase A.C is
a) 60o
c) 90o

70.

b) Reactance
d) None of these

## The condition of resonance reached when

a) XC > XL
c) XL = XC

b. Two times
d. None of these

a) Expensive
c) Sometimes both a & b

## The combined effect a resistance R, an

inductance L, a capacitance C is known as
a) Resistance
c) Impedance

a. Voltage
b. Current
c. Voltage and current
d. Time

a) Zero
c) 1
62.

67.

a. One time
c. Four times
61.

## a) Current lags voltage by 90o

b) Voltage lags current by 180o
c) Current leads voltage by 90o
d) None of these

b) Independent
d) None of these

## In an inductor the phase difference between the

current and voltage is

74.

## Find the impedance of an AC circuit when the

current flowing in it is 100mA and 10 volts are
applied to the circuit.
a) 500
c) 23

b) 100
d) 20

25

75.

## How many times per second will an incandescent

lamp reach maximum brilliance when connected
to a 50Hz source?
a) 50 times
c) 200 times

1.

a) Rubber
c) Glass

b) 100 times
d) None of these
2.

76.

## The peak value of sinusoidal voltage in an AC

circuit is 50V. The rms value of voltage is roughly
equal to
a) 70V
c) 35V

77.

a) B
c)

1 B
2 r t

b) B

e
B
2 r
t

1 e
2 r t

a) MLT-2
c) ML-1T-2

4.

5.

b) Maximum
d) None

2 x 108 Nm-2
5 x 106 Nm-2
0.5 x 10-6 Nm-2
0.2x10-6 Nm-2

## A wire of length L is stretched by a length L when

a force F is applied at one end. If the elastic limit
is not exceeded, the amount of energy stored in
the wire is _____________
a) FL
c) FL2/L

7.

b) (FL)
d) FL2/L

## When a force is applied at one end an elastic

wire, it produce a strain E in the wire If y is
youngs modules of the material of the wire, the
amount of energy stored per unit volume of the
wire is given by ________
a) YE
c) YE2

8.

b) Strains
d) Pressure

## A rubber cord of cross-sectional area 2cm2 has a

length of 1m. when a tensile force of 10N is
applied, the length of the cord increases by 1cm.
what is the youngs modules of rubber?

a.
b.
c.
d.
6.

CHEPTER # 17
PHYSICS OF SOLIDS

b) ML-2T-1
d) MLoT-1

## Which one of the following physical quantities

does not have the dimensions of force per unit?
a) Stress
c) Youngs modulus

## In RLC series AC circuit, when XL = XC then

impedance is
a) Minimum
c) Zero

Nm-2
Jm-2
Nm-1
Being number, its has no unit

d)

1
t
B
2 r e
78.

3.

b) Steel
d) Copper

substances?
a.
b.
c.
d.

b) 40V
d) 45V

## The magnetic field intensity at appoint due to rate

of change of electric flux is

## Which of the following substances possesses the

highest elasticity?

b) YE
d) YE2

## A wire, suspended vertically from on end, is

stretched by attaching a weight of 20N to the

26

## lower end. The weight stretches the wire by

1mm. how much energy is gained by the wire?
a) 0.01J
c) 0.04J
9.

b) 0.02J
d) 1.0J

## A certain stress applied to an elastic materials

produces a certain strain in it. If the elastic limit
is not exceeded, the energy gained per unit
volume of the material is given by_________
a) Stress/strain
c) Stress x strain

15.

a. Stiffness
c. extension
16.

## A uniform steel wire of length 4m and area of

cross section 3 x 10-6 m2 is extended by 1mm
by the application of a force. If the youngs
modules of steel is 2x1011Nm-2, the energy
stored in the wire is ____________
a) 0.025J
c) 0.075J

b) 0.050J
d) 0.100J

## 12. Materials that undergo plastic deformation before

breaking are called ___________
a) Brittle
c) Amorphous
13.

18.

## a. The extension of the wire is proportional to the

force applied.
b. The weight of the wire is negligible
c. The wire is not stretched beyond its elastic limit
d. The cross sectional area of the wire remains
constant
14.

19.

_______

## Coercion force is the force which opposes

a. Demagnetization
c. Extension

20.

21.

b. Super conductors
d. Conductors

## The bulk properties of materials such as their

mode of fracture, can be related to their
a. Polymerization
c. Microstructure

22.

b. Breakage
d. Surface cracking

## Materials in which valence electrons are tightly

bound to their atoms at low temperature are
called _________
a. Semi conductors
c. Insulators

## Formation of large molecule by joining

small molecules is __________
a. Fusion
c. Crystallization

## a. High voltage A.C

b. Low voltage A.C
c. Alternating current at its peak value
d. D.C current is peak value

b) Ductile
d) Polymers

## A wire is stretched by a force F which causes an

extension 1. the energy stored in wire is FL
only if _________

## The energy band occupied by the valence

electrons is called ________

## a. Semi conductor becomes conductors

b. Ferromagnetic becomes paramagnetic
c. Paramagnetic becomes diamagnetic
d. Metal becomes super conductor

## 11. The ratio stress to strains in youngs modules of

the materials then tension is _______
a) Directly proportional to extension
b) Directly proportional to strains
c) Directly proportional square of
amplitude
d) Inversely proportional to extension

b. Ductility
d. deformation

a. Energy state
b. Valence band
c. ve energy state d. Conduction band

b) (stress strain)
d) (stress x strain)
17.

10.

## Any alteration produced in shapes, length or

volume when a body is subjected to same
internal force is called __________

b. Cleavage
d. Dislocation

## The angular position of cells remains the same

for a sample of a crystal this property is called
a. Isotropy
b. Cleavage
c. Homogeneity
d. The external symmetry of form

b. Polymerization
d. Subtraction
23.

is called
a. Cleavage
c. Isotropy

b. Symmetry
d. Homogeneity

27

24.

## If the density of atoms remains the same along

any direction in a crystal is called
a. Symmetry
c. Isotropy

33.

a. Conductors
c. semi conductors

b. Homogeneity
d. Clearage
34.

25.

a. Four corners
c. Eight corners

26.

b. Nine corners
d. Six corners

the nature of
35.

b. Valence band
d. Core band

38.

b. Conductors
d. Non-metals
39.

## many of the semi conductors are crystals of the

type ________
a. Face centered cubic
b. Body centered cubic
c. Simple cubic
d. All of the above

a. Electrons
c. Neutrons

40.

41.

b. Protons
d. Holes

## According to free electron theory the only energy

possessed by electron is
a. K.E
c. Gravitational

## With increase in temperature, the electrical

conductivity of intrinsic semi conductors ______
a. Decreases
b. Increases
c. Remain the same
d. First increases, then decreases

## b. Hysterics loop area

d. Straight line

a. Donor impurities
b. Acceptor impurities
c. Some times donor and some times
acceptors
d. None of these

## Which one has the greatest energy gap _______

a. Semi-conductors
c. Metals

## Energy needed to magnetic and demagnetize is

represented by
a. Hysterics curve
c. Hysterics loop

## The electrons in conduction band are free to

___________
a. Transport vibrations b. Transport signals
c. Transport charge
d. Transport impulses

32.

## Very weak magnetic fields are detected by _____

a. Squids
b. Magnetic resonance imaging
c. Magnetometer
d. Oscilloscope

b. Valence band
d. Empty band
37.

31.

b. Negative
d. Neutral

## A completely filled band is called _______

a. Conduction band
c. Forbidden band

30.

## A vacant or partially filled band is called _____

a. Conduction band
c. Forbidden band

29.

## In a semi conductors, the charge carriers

are __________

a. Positive
c. Both a & b
36.

28.

b. insulators
d. all of the above

a. Holes only
b. Electrons only
c. Electrons and holes both
d. All of the above

## a. Electrical insulators alone

b. Electrical conductors alone
c. Electrical semi conductors alone
d. All of the above
27.

b. P.E
d. Electrical

a. Power
c. Momentum

b. Energy
d. Impulse

28

42.

## Polymers are usually

53.

a. Organic compounds
b. Non-organic compounds
c. Acidic
d. Alkaline
43.

44.

b. Ductility
d. None

b. Ductile
d. None

55.

58.
a. Millimeter
c. Micron
47.

b. Micrometer
d. None

b. 450 km/hr
d. 550 km/hr

b. No units
d. None

b. Kmaerling
d. None

a. One
c. Three

b. Two
d. Four

61.
a. Glass

b. Copper
d. None

a. Carbon
c. Hydrogen

b. Nitrogen
d. All of them

a. Metals
c. Ceramics

52.

a. Units
c. S.I units

60.

51.

b. Copper
d. All of them

a. Fermi
c. Weinberg

50.

a. Water
c. Antimony

59.

49.

b. 650oC
d. 750oC

a. 400 km/hr
c. 500 km/hr

48.

b. Toroid
d. None

a. 600oC
c. 700oC

the order of

b. More holes
d. ive charge

## The field of long bar magnet is like a

a. Solenoid
c. Pieces of magnet

57.

b. Partially filled
d. None of these

## When semiconductor is doped by trivalent, it has

a. More electrons
c. + ive charge

56.

b. Very close
d. None

a. Filled
c. Empty

## The temperature at which conductors lose its

resistivity is called
a. Supper temperature b. Kelvin temperature
c. Critical temperature d. None

46.

54.

## Solid material that are brittle are

a. Toughness
c. Stiffness

45.

a. Distinct
c. Very very close

a. Toughness
c. Stiffness

## When an atom is isolated its energy lavels are

b. Ionic compounds
d. All of them

## The ability of a material to be hammered,

pressed, bent, rolled, cut, stretched into useful
shape is
a) Toughness
c) Stiffness

62.

b) Ductility
d) None

## The Young modulus of elasticity is Y. If the forces

is increased such that the extension produced
becomes double of its initial value then Young
Modulus is
a) Double
c) Unchanged

b) Halved
d) None

a. 25
c. 100

b. 55
d. 110

29

63.

## A hydraulic press contains 0.25m3 oil of bulk

modulus 5.0 107 Pa. The change in volume of
oil when subjected to pressure increase of 1.6
107 Pa is
a) 8.0 10-4 m3
c) 2.0 10-4 m3

73.

a) Energy band
c) Forbidden energy band

b) 4.0 10-4 m3
d) 10-4 m3
74.

64.

## The resistivities of conductors, semiconductors

and insulators are of the respective orders of
a) 108 .m, 10-4 .m
b) 10-4 .m, 104 .m, 108 .m
c) 10-4 .m, 108 .m, 104 .m
d) 104 .m, 10-4 .m, 108 .m

65.

66.

77.

78.

b) Molecules
d) All of them

## The combination of solenoid and a specimen of

iron inside it make a powerful magnet called
a) Horse shoe magnet b) Bar magnet
c) Electromagnet
d) 10-10 to 1018

b) Nitrogen
d) All of them

80.
b) Elasticity
d) None of these

b) Copper
d) None of these

## Semiconductor materials have the conductivities

generally lies between
a) 10-5 to 10-6 (.m)-1
c) 10-7 to 10-3 (.m)-1

d) None of these

81.

d) None of these

## A current which demagnetize the material

completely is called
a) Applied current
c) Maximum current

a) Glass

## In the phenomenon of hysteresis, the magnetism

and magnetizing current behaves as
a) 1 lags
c) 1 & B becomes equal

## If the stress increased on a material is beyond

the yield strength of the material is called
a) Plasticity
c) Still in elasticity

72.

## The magnetism produced by electrons within an

atom is due to
a) Spin motion
b) Orbital motion
c) Spin & orbital motion d) None of these

79.

71.

## Polymers have chemically combinations with

a) Carbon
c) Hydrogen

70.

b) 1 to 104
d) 1 to 106

a) MRI
b) Magnetic levitation trains
c) Faster computer chips
d) All of them

b) Fixed
d) None of these

## Crystal lattice is a repetition of

a) Atoms
c) Unit cell

69.

76.

b) Ionic compounds
d) All of them

## With the rise of temperature the amplitude of

atoms
a) Slow down
c) Increases

68.

b) Anti parallel to B
d) None

b) Very small
d) None of these

## Doping is the process in which the small amount

of impurity is added into the pure semiconductor
lattice in the ratio
a) 1 to 103
c) 1 to 105

a) Metals
c) Ceramics

67.

75.

b) Valence band
d) None of these

electrons
a) Very large
c) Plenty of

## Diamagnetic needle when placed between the

poles of a magnet align itself in the direction
a) Parallel to B
c) Perpendicular to B

## The electrons occupying the outermost shell of

an atom and the electrons occupying in the
energy band are called

b) Coercive current
d) None of these

## The energy need to magnetize and demagnetize

the specimen during the each cycle of
magnetizing current is
a) Value of current
b) Value of demagnetizing current
c) Value of magnetic flux density
d) Area of the loop

30

82.

## The strain energy density is given by

1
( Stress Strain)
2
1
b) U ( Stress Strain )
3
a) U

c) U
d)
83.

Stress Strain

U ( Stress Strain)

## When the conductivity of a semiconductor is only

due to breaking of the covalent bonds, the
semiconductor is called
a) Donor
c) Intrinsic

84.

b) Acceptor
d) Extrinsic

## What is the S.I unit of magnetic permeability?

a) Ampere per meter
b) Ampere meter
c) Henry per meter
d) Being a dimensionless number, it has no unit

CHAPTER # 18
ELECTRONICS
1.

because

## a) It has low resistance to the current flow when

forward biased
b) It has high resistance to the current flow when
reversed biased
c) It has low resistance to the current flow when
forward biased and high resistance when reversed
biased
d) None of the above
2.

## In half ware rectification, the output DC

voltage is obtained across the load for

## a) The positive half cycle of input AC

b) The negative half cycle of input AC
c) The positive and negative half cycles of
input AC
d) Either positive or negative half cycle of input AC
3.
a)
b)
c)
d)
4.
a)
b)
c)
d)

## A bridge rectifier is preferable to an ordinary

two diodes full ware rectifies because
It uses four diodes
Its transforms has no counter tap
It needs much smaller transformer
It has higher safety factor
The color of light emitted by LED depends on
Its forward biased
Its reversed biased
The amount of forward current
The type of semi conductor material used

5.

A PN junction photodiode is

a)
b)
c)
d)

## Operated in forward direction

Operated in reversed direction
A very fast photo detector
Dependent on thermally generated
minority carriers

6.
a)
b)
c)
d)

## The emitter of a transistor is generally doped

the heaviest because it
Has to dissipate maximum power
Has to supply the charge carriers
Is the first region of transistor
Must posses law resistance

31

7.

circuits

## a) Emitter base junction is reversed biased, collector

base junction is forward biased
b) Emitter base junction is forward biased and
collector base junction is forward biased
c) C-B junction is reversed biased, E-B junction is
forward biased
d) C-B junction is reversed biased and E-B
junction is reversed biased
8.

15.

a.
b.
c.
d.
16.

a.
c.

## Recombine with holes in the base

Recombine in the emitter itself
Pass through the base to the collector
Are stopped by the junction barrio

IC
IB
IB
d.
IE

IC
IE
IB
IE

b.

## When the E-B junction of a transistor is

reversed biased, collector current

a) Is reversed
c) Decreased
11.

12.

a)
b)
c)
d)
14.

19.

20.
b) Infinite Ri
d) All the above

b) -1000
d) -10-6
A diode characteristic curve is a graph
between

## Current and time

Voltage and time
Voltage and current
Forward voltage and reverse current
A NOR Gate is ON only when all its input are
a) ON
c) Positive

## An XOR gate produces an output only when

its two inputs are

Is equivalent to a series switching circuit
Is any or all gate
Is equivalent to a parallel switching circuit

## The only function of a NOT gate is to

a.
b.
c.
d.

21.

Stop a signal
Re-complement a signal
Invert an input signal
Acts as a universal gate

a) ON
c) Positive

22.

b) Low
d) Same

An AND Gate
a.
b.
c.
d.

## An inverting amplifier has Rf = 2m and Ri =

2K, its scalar factor is

a) 1000
c) 10-13

## Both input are zero

Either input is 1
Both input are 1
Either input is 0

a) High
c) Different

b) Increased
d) Stops

An op-AMP has

a) Infinite AV
c) Zero Ro

18.

Positive voltage
Higher voltage level
Zero voltage level
Lower voltage level

when its
a.
b.
c.
d.

10.

13.

## In a properly biased NPN transistor most of

the electrons from the emitter

9.

## Makes logic decision

Work on binary algebra
Alternates between 0 and 1
None of these

a)
b)
c)
d)
17.

a)
b)
c)
d)

b) OFF
d) High

## Which of the following are electromagnetic

waves
a.
b.
c.
d.

Sound waves
Water waves
Light waves
Waves along a stretched string

b) OFF
d) High

32

23.

velocity
a.
b.
c.
d.

31.

a.
b.
c.
d.

## Equal to the velocity sound

Equal to the velocity light
More than the velocity of light
Less than the velocity of light
32.

24.

## A changing electric flux develops in the

surrounding space
a.
b.
c.
d.

25.

An electric field
A magnetic field
An electromotive force
Gravitational field

26.

b) Wavelength
d) Charge

is

34.

b) A detector
d) A rectifier

## A photo diode is a semi conductor device

a) Bismuth
c) Antimony

Longitudinal waves
EM waves
Sound waves

35.

Stationary
Longitudinal
Transverse
All of the above

a.

c.

I
o

o
uo

b.

I
uo

d.

I
o uo

## The specially designed semi conductor

diodes used as indicator lamp in electronic
circuit are

38.

Transfer of current
Transfer of voltage
Transfer of resistance
Transfer of charge

## The thickness of depletion region is of the

order of
a) 10-7 cm
c) 10-5 cm

39.

b) Solar cell
d) Photo voltaic cell

a.
b.
c.
d.

b. 105Hz
d. 1012Hz

## Maxwell derived mathematically that velocity

of EM-waves is

Photo diodes
LED
Solar cell
Photo voltaic cell

a) Photo diodes
c) LED
37.

b) Arsenic
d) Silicon-dioxide

## Specially designed semi conductor diodes

used as fast counters in electronic circuits are
a.
b.
c.
d.

36.

## Expanding plane wave fronts

Concentric spheres
Expanding curves
None of the above

a. 104Hz
c. 106Hz
30.

b) Majority carriors
d) Electrons

a) An oscillator
c) An amplifier

a.
b.
c.
d.

29.

33.

a.
b.
c.
d.

28.

## The forward current through a semiconductor

diode circuit is due to

## Waves emitted from the antenna are

a.
b.
c.
d.

27.

A rectifier
An amplifier
A semi conduction
An oscillator

a) Minority carriors
c) Holes

EM waves transport
a) Matter
c) Energy

b) 10-6 cm
d) 10-4 cm

## In amplitude modulation, the wave

superimposed on EM waves are
a) Water waves
c) Light waves

b) Sound waves
d) Matter waves

33

40.

## A junction diode when forward biased

behaves as a device of
a.
b.
c.
d.

41.

Zero resistance
Infinite resistance
Low resistance
High resistance

53.

54.

b. Step-down
d. None

## The Boolean expression X = A + B represents

the logic operation of

a. low
c. Very High

a. NAND gate
c. OR gate

b. high
d. None

and R2 = 0

57.

## The resistance between + ive and ive

inputs of op amplifier is
a. 100
c. 106

a. Battery input
c. No internal bias
49.

a. 0
c. 1
50.

60.

b. 2
d. 3

b. Switches
d. All of them

b. High
d. Low

## The width of depletion region of a diode

a. Increases under forward bias
b. Is independent of applied voltage
c. Increases under reverse bias
d. None of these

61.

## A LED emits lights only

a. Forward biased
c. Un biased

a. One input
c. Many inputs

a. Zero
c. Very high

## Transistor can be used as

a. Oscilators
c. Memory unit

51.

59.

b. No external bias
d. None

b. Detector
d. Amplifier

## a. AND, OR and NOT gate

b. NAND, OR and NOT gate
c. NOT, AND and OR gate
d. NOT, AND and NOR gate

b. 1000
d. None of these

b. NOR gate
d. NOT gate

a. Rectifier
c. Oscilator

b. 1000
d. Cannot tell
58.

47.

b. Two
d. Four

a. 15
c. 1
46.

## Transistor is a device which has ________

terminals.
a. One
c. Three

b. current gain
d. None
56.

45.

b. Current amplifier
d. None

## The ratio of shows the

a. voltage gain
c. input resistance

44.

b. Micro seconds
d. None

## A transistor is a circuit basically act as

a. Voltage amplifier
c. Power amplifier

55.

b. 60%
d. 90%

OFF in
a. Milli seconds
c. Nano seconds

## A Transformer used in rectification acts as

a. Step-up
c. Center trapped

43.

b. 0.67v
d. 0.8v

a. 40%
c. 70%

## The P.d across the depletion region of silicon is

a. 0.5v
c. 0.7v

42.

52.

b. Reverse Biased
d. None of these

b. Two inputs
d. None

34

62.

## In a pn junction, the barrier potential offers

opposition to only
a) Majority carriers in both regions
b) Minority carriers in both regions
c) Electrons in n region
d) Holes in P region

63.

## a) Input and output signals are not in phase

b) Input and output signals are in phase
c) May be in phase or not
d) None of these
71.

## In the use of a transistor as an amplifier

a) The emitter-base junction is forward biased
and the collector-base junction is reverse
biased
b) The emitter-base junction is reverse biased
and the collector-base junction is forward
biased
c) Both the junctions are forward biased
d) Any of the two junctions may be forward
biased

a) Digital gates
c) Voltage operated gate
72.

the order of
a) Microampere
c) Both

rectification is
a) Two
c) Four

68.

b) Millisecond
d) None of these

b) 10-4m
d) 10 m
-8

a) High
c) Infinity

Vin
V
c) A V Vin

b) A

77.

Vout

Vin
Vout
R
ie
d)
Vin
Rie
b)

Op-Amp is
b) Low
d) Moderate

## Temperature, pressure etc are converted into

electronic informations by devices called
a) LEDs
c) Vacuum tubes

a) A

70.

76.

of
a) 10-2m
c) 10-6m

69.

Vout
R
C
Vin
Rie
Vout
R
ic
c)
Vin
Rc

## A photodiode can turn its current ON and OFF in

b) Either input is 1
d) Either input is zero

a)

b) Three
d) None of these

a) Microsecond
c) Nanosecond

## The output of a two inputs OR gate is O only

when its
a) Both inputs are O
c) Both inputs are 1

b) Milli-ampere
d) None of these
75.

67.

## In a half-wave rectifier the diode conducts during

a) Both halves of the input cycle
b) A portion of the positive half of the input cycle
c) A portion of the negative half of the input cycle
d) One half of the input cycle

74.

66.

## NAND gate is a combination

a) AND gate and NOT gate
b) AND gate and OR gate
c) OR gate and NOT gate
d) NOT gate and NOT gate

65.

b) Logic gate
d) All of them

## a) Current and time

b) Voltage and time
c) Voltage and current
d) Forward voltage and reverse voltage
73.

64.

## The electronic circuits which implement the

various logic operations are known as

b) Sensors
d) None

V
Vi

d) None of these

CHAPTER 19

35

1.

## An observer shoots parallel to a meter stick at

very high speed (relativistic) and finds that the
length of meter stick is __________
a)
b)
c)
d)

2.

## Greater than one meter

Less than one meter
One meter
None of these

a)
b)
c)
d)
10.

## 0.001 Kg mass will be equivalent to

a) 2.5 GWh
c) 0.26 GWh

3.

b) 25 GWh
d) 250 GWh

4.

b) Microwaves
d) - rays

11.

5.

12.

b) Hf/c2
d) c2/hf
13.

6.625 x 10-23 NS
66.25 x 1023 NS
662.5 x 1023 NS
Data is insufficient
Stopping potential for a metal surface incase of
photo electric emission depends on

## Select an alternative form of uncertainty principle

from the following
a.
c.

8.

h/moca
mc2 = hf

b) Zero
d) Very large

## The name of photon for quantum of light was

proposed by
b) Plancks
d) Einstein

A photon is a ____________
Unit of energy
Positively charged particle
Unit of wavelength

## Which one of the following has the largest energy

content?
a. 103 photons of wavelength 2pm (Y-rays)
b. 102 photons of wavelength 1mm (X-rays)
c. 106 photons of wavelength 50mm
(Infrared)
d. 106 photons of wavelength 200mm (UV)

14.

## a) The threshold frequency for the metal surface

b) The intensity of incident light
c) The frequency of incident light and the work
function for metal surface
d) None of these
7.

a.
b.
c.
d.

## The linear momentum of an x-ray photon of

wavelength 0.1Ao is
a)
b)
c)
d)

## Shifts towards longer wavelength

Shifts towards shorter wavelength
Remains the same
Shifts towards shorter as well as longer
wavelength

a) Ampere
c) Thomson

a) Zero
c) hf/c

## As the temperature of black body is

raised, the wavelength corresponding to
maximum intensity

a) Infinite
c) Very small

photon
a) TV waves
c) X-rays

6.

9.

b.
d.

E. t h
any of the above

rejected by

## A transmitting station emits radio waves of

wavelength at power p. if h is planks constant
C the speed of light, what is the rate of emission
of photon?
a) pc/h
c) p /hc

15.

b) hc/p
d) ph/ck

## After traveling through a vacuum, a photon of

light entering into some transparent denser
medium. Thus the energy of light _________.
a.
b.
c.
d.

## Increase because wave light decrease

Decease because speed decrease
Remains same
Increase then decrease

d) De-Broglie
d) None

36

16.

## In a photo electronic effect, monochromatic

light, is incident on a metal surface. If the
incident light of twice the intensity but the
same wave length, the kinetic energy of the
emitted electron ______
a) Becomes double
b) Remains same
c) Becomes half
d) First increase then decreases
because curvilinear graph.

17.

22.

a) Particle property
c) Light property
23.

24.

## If a photon is reflected from the mirror, then

the change in momentum of each photon is
________
a) Zero
c)

19.

c.

26.

d) Ft

nh

Zero

b.
d.

2nh

27.

nft

5.53 x 10-36 kg
0 Kg
2.46 x 10-36 kg
1.84 x 10-44 kg

a.
c.

2h
m
2 m c 2
h

b.
d.

mSc 2
h
h
m

## Property of matter and radiation

Two dimensional motions
Emotion of certain wave length
Very high velocity

## For confinement of electron in a box of radius

10-14 m. the electron speed should be ____
a.
b.
c.
d.

28.

Electron microscope
Scanning electron microscope
Magnetic imaging
None of the above

## The uncertainty in momentum and position is

due to its ___________
a.
b.
c.
d.

## A photon of wave length 900mm behaves like

a particle of mass ________
a.
b.
c.
d.

21.

Electromagnetic gun
Source of electromagnetic waves
Deflected charged particle
Converging source of electrons

______________
a.
b.
c.
d.

## If n number of photon are striking on a metal

surface, then the total momentum exerted is
______
a.

20.

b) 2

Wave property
Particle property
Energy particle
Electromagnetic wave property

## In electron microscope, electric and magnetic

field are used as _______
a.
b.
c.
d.

25.
18.

b) Wave property
d) Quantum property

## If a diffracted grating is placed in the path of a

light beam, it revels ______
a.
b.
c.
d.

## If the wave length of incident radiation is

increase in photo emission, then _________
a) The minimum kinetic energy of the photo
electrons increase
b) The minimum kinetic energy of the
photoelectrons decrease
c) The minimum kinetic energy of the
photoelectrons increase
d) The average kinetic of the photoelectrons
decrease

## In Davison Germer experiment, the

diffracted proton from crystal shows
____________

107m/sec
Should be greater than speed of light
Be zero

## The energy radiated is directly proportional to

fourth power of Kelvins temperature is _____
a.
b.
c.
d.

Karl-weins laws
Raleigh jeans law
Stephens law
Plancks

37

29.

a.
b.
c.
d.

38.

## Photon theory of light

Deal nature of light
Wave nature of light
Uncertain nature of light

a. Infrared region
c. Visible region
39.

30.

a.
b.
c.
d.

31.

## Simple vibratory motion

Standing wave motion
Vibratory motion like up and down
S.H.M like sound

32.

40.

d. None

a. Proton
c. Meson

b. Position
d. Neutron

42.

## 33. The reverse process of pair-production is

a. Annihilation
c. Fission

b. Materialization
d. Fussion

## 34. The decrease in length with speed was explained

by
a. Einstein
c. Bohr

b. Lorentz
d. None

a. Light is energy
b. Earth rotates about its axis
c. Ether medium does not exist
d. None

45.

b. Water
d. Vacuum

-19
J is
a. 12.4oA
c. 124oA

proves that

b. Space
d. None

## Pair production cannot possible in

a. Air
c. Glass

44.

b. Large wavelength
d. None

## According to special theory of relatively the 4th

variable is
a. Time
c. Speed of light

43.

b. Large wavelength
d. None

## Planks theory is hold good for

a. Short wavelength
c. All wavelength

d. None

## Weins displacement law holds good for

a. Short wavelength
c. All wavelength

41.

b. U.V region
d. None

## The energy emitted is directly proportional to

fourth power of temperature is
a. Lummer Law
c. Weins Law

at speed
a. 1.6 108 m/sec
c. 2.6 107 m/sec

range of

b. 1.24oA
d. None

## The concept of antimatter was predicted

theoretically by Dirac in
a. 1928
c. 1935

b. 1930
d. None

46.
a. Absolute
c. Variable

b. Uniform
d. Relative

are
a. Reflective

b. Absorbers
d. None

a. Sun
c. Black hole

47.

b. Moon
d. None

is
a. 10.2 Mev
c. 102 Mev

b. 1.02 Mev
d. None

38

48.

## Photo electric effect for visible light can be obtain

from
a. Sodium Potassium
c. Helium Neon

58.

a. Intensity
c. Frequency

b. Carbon oxygen
d. None
59.

49.

b. Electron micrograph
d. None

b. Very low
d. None

d. None

3
t
2
2
t
d) t
5

2
t
3

## The threshold frequency of metals is 2 10-4Hz.

The work function of metal is
a) 13.26 10-38ev
c) 13.26 ev

62.

63.

b) 0.12nm
d) 120nm

## The uncertainty in position of electron is 6.63Ao.

The uncertainty in momentum of electron is
a) 10-24N-S
c) 10-16N-S

64.

b) 10-48N-S
d) 10-20N-S

a) Specific
c) Ordinary

65.

A quantity

b) Relative
d) None of these

a. 1012Hz
c. 1014Hz

v2
is always
c2

c) Equal to one
66.

67.

d) None of these

## At higher temperature, the body emits long

wavelength in the region
a) Infra red
c) Far-infra red

b. 1013Hz
d. 1015Hz

b) 13.26 10-38J
d) None

## The wavelength associated with electron moving

with speed 5.6 106 m/s is
a) 12nm
c) 1.2nm

b. Pair-production
d. None

## If work function is 4.14ev, the threshold frequency

of incident light is

C
.
2

b)

## The reverse process of Photo-electric effect is

a. Compont Effect
c. Annihilation

57.

61.

## The value of Weins Constant is

a. 2.9 10-3 mol .k
c. 3.51 10-3 m.k

56.

c) t

circuit is
a. Mini
c. Zero

55.

b. 1.09 10-20J
d. None

a) t t

called
a. Photograph
c. Chronograph

54.

b. 1923
d. 1919

b. 1925
d. 1928

b. Planks Law
d. None

## The life time of an electron in an excited state is

10 -6 sec. What is uncertainly in energy for this
time?
a. 2.35 10-20J
c. 1.05 10-26J

53.

60.

Physics in
a. 1927
c. 1921

52.

a. 1924
c. 1926

b. Rectifier
d. Photo cell

a. Weins Law
c. Stephen Law

51.

b. Energy
d. None

a. Diode
c. Amplifier

50.

b) Ultraviolet
d) None of these

## The Stefen-Boltzmann has the value

39

microscope is
a) 5.67 10-5Wm-2K-4
b) 5.67 10-6Wm-1K-4
c) 5.67 10-6Wm-2K-4
d) 5.67 10-8Wm-2K-4
68.

## The energy of photon of radio waves is only

a) 10-6eV
c) 10-10eV

69.

b) Max Planck
d) None of these

b) Photo transistor
d) None of these

## a) hf = 2moc2 KE(e-) + K.E (e+)

b) hf = 2moc2 + KE(e-) + K.E (e+)
c) hf = 2mo2c2 + KE(e-) + K.E (e+)
d) hf = 2mo2c + KE(e-) + K.E (e+)
74.

is always
b) Greater than
d) None of these

## Can pair production takes place in vacuum

because of conservation of
a) Energy
c) Momentum & Energy

80.

b) Time
d) None

## Photon A has twice the energy of photon B.

What is the ratio of the momentum of A to that of
B?
a) 4 : 1
c) 1 : 2

82.

b) Momentum
d) None of these

as h/moc?
a) Length
c) Mass

81.

b) De-Broglie
d) None of these

b) 2 : 1
d) None

## An electron accelerated through a P.D, V has a

wave associated with it of wavelength
a) 12.3 V A
c) 12.3 / V 2 A

b) 12.3 / VA
d) None

in
a) 1926
c) 1925

75.

79.

b) Momentum
d) None of these

## The equations of pair production is

In Compton effect

a) Schrodinger
c) Michelson and Morley

a) Energy
c) Both

73.

78.

a) Photo diode
c) Photocell

72.

b) Different
d) None of these

b) 0.2 m
d) None of these

a) Less than
c) Equal to

by
a) Einstein
c) Compton

71.

b) 10-4eV
d) 10-12eV

77.

constant is
a) Same
c) Both a & b

70.

a) 0.1 m
c) 0.3 m

b) 1922
d) 1929

## The high energy electrons penetrate the

specimen to reasonable thickness and acquire
sufficient energy due to its
a) Short wavelength
b) Extremely short wavelength
c) Long wavelength
d) None of these

76.

CHAPTER # 20
ATOMIC SPECTRA

40

1.

## Ratio of the weight of H-atom to that of

an electron is approximately ________
a. 183.336
c. 18360.00

## a. Continues spectra for atoms

b. Discrete spectra for atoms
c. Either continues for atoms
d. No spectrum

b. 1836
d. 183.60
9.

2.

## Photon of high frequency will be

absorbed when transisation takes place
from _________
a. 1st to 5th orbit
c. 3rd to 5th orbit

a. Unknown nature
b. High energy electrons
c. High energy photon

## b. 2nd to 5th orbit

d. 4th to 5th orbit
10.

3.

## In Hydrogen spectrum, which one of the

following series lies in the ultraviolet
region?
a. Ballmer series
c. Lyman series

4.

b. Pfund series
d. Bracket series

5.

11.

12.

b) 10-8S
d) 10-9S

14.

7.

8.

## The radiations emitted from hydrogen

filled discharge tube show _________

## The electric P.E of an electron is an orbit

at a distance from the positive charge
________
a. Ke2/rn
c. ke2/rn

## When we excite some atoms by heat

collusion or electrical discharge, they will
______
a. radiate electromagnetic energy with a
continues distribution of wavelength
b. Absorb particular wavelengths when
white light is incident an them
discrete charactristic wavelength
d. Emit either invisible or visible light

b. Four
d. Six

a. Bound spectrum
b. Line spectrum
c. Continuous spectrum d. Absorption spectrum
13.

6.

b. 3.40eV
d. -1.51eV

## Total number of series in hydrogen

spectrum is _____________
a. Three
c. Five

in __________
a) 10-10S
c) 10-6S

## Ground state energy of the 4th orbit in a

H-atom is ________
a. 13.60eV
c. 0.85eV

## In obtaining an x-ray photograph of our

hand, we use the principle of _______
Photo electric effect
Ionization
Any of above

## Radiation with wavelength longer than

red light________
a. Ultraviolet rays

15.

## a. Its energy level are too close to each

other
b. Its energy level are too far apart
c. It is too small in size
d. It has a single electron

16.

## Which one of following postulate is in

accordance with the Rutherfords model?

17.

b. X-rays

## Bracket series is obtained when all

transition of electron terminate on _____
a. 4th orbit
c. 3rd orbit

## Hydrogen atom does not emit x-rays

because __________

b. Ice2/rn2
d. ke2/rn2

b. 5th orbit
d. 2nd orbit

## In an electronic transisation, atom cannot

emit _________
a. - rays
c. Visible light

d. Ultraviolet rays

## Reverse process of photo electric effect

is __________

41

a. Pair production
c. Animation of matter
18.

b. Compton effect
d. X-rays production

## a. Reducing the pressure of cooling the target

b. Increasing the temperature of the filament
c. Using a target element of higher atomic
number
d. Increasing the potential difference b/w
the cathode and the target

a. Cathode rays
c. - rays

b. Positive rays
d. - rays
26.

19.

## The penetrating power of X-ray depends

on their ____________
a. Applied voltage
c. Source

20.

## a. The illumination of the target metal by

b. The bombardment of the target by proton
c. The bombardment of target by electron
d. The absorption of Y-radiation by the target
metal

b. Frequency
d. All of the above

## When X-rays are passed through

successive aluminum sheets, what
happens to their thickness?

27.

a. In increases
b. It decreases
c. Remains same
d. Sometimes increase sometimes
decreases
21.

## The penetrating power of X-rays is

comparable with that of __________
a. - rays
c. - rays

22.

23.

24.

29.

30.

b. he/vc
d. impossible to predict

## The minimum wavelength of X-rays can

further be reduced by _________

## Maximum frequency in the spectrum

from x-rays tube is directly proportional to
the ___________

## X-rays are diffracted by a crystal but not

by a diffraction grating because ______
a. The ions in a crystal are well arranged
b. The lines in a diffraction grating cannot
reflect X-rays
c. The perpetrating power of x-rays is
which in a diffraction grating
d. The wavelengths of x-rays are of same
order of magnitude as the separation
between atoms in a crystal

b. X - rays
d. Infrared

## In an X - ray tube, electrons each of

charge e are accelerated through V
potential difference allowed to hit a metal
target, the wavelength of the X-rays
emitted is ____

b. 9.1 x 10-18m
d. 4 x 10-10m

## a. Number of electron i.e. filament current

b. The kinetic energy of incident electron
c. The soft target which can easily emit electron
d. All the above are correct

## Radiation produced from T.V. picture

tube is _________

a. hc/ev
c. ev/h

25.

28.

a. - rays
c. Far infrared

## The minimum wavelength of X-rays

produced by the bombardment of
electron on the screen of a T.V. set
where the accelerating potential is 2.0
K,V will be ________
a. 6.2 x 10-10m
c. 3.11 x 10-10m

b. - rays
d. All of above

a. Filament current
b. Accelerating voltage
c. Material of the target
d. b and c

## UV radiation can be produced by

__________
a. Heating the filament
b. Ionization of atoms
c. Electron excitation in the gas
d. All the above

31.

## What is the velocity of a particle of mass

m and de-Broglie Wavelength?

42

a. h/m
c. Mh/h
32.

## a. Less than ordinary light

b. More than ordinary light
c. Equal to ordinary light
d. Different for different colors or frequency

b. 2h/m
d. (2hc/mx)

## Wave like characteristic of electron is

demonstrated by _________

40.

## a. Line spectrum of atoms

b. Production of X-rays
c. Diffraction by crystalline solids
d. Photo electric effect
33.

## Electron cannot exist in the nucleus, it is

confirmed by observing that __________
b. Its size as compare to proton and neutron is
very small
c. No antiparticle of electron is present
d. The velocity of electron must by very high
according to uncertainly principle

34.

## In normal state of energy, the incident

high energy photons will be _________
a. Stimulated
b. Absorbed
c. Cause X-rays emission
d. Cause laser production

35.

36.

b. Normal state
d. All the above

b. 10-5 sec
d. 10-8 sec

## In He Ne laser, the lazing action is

produced by __________
a. Ne only
c. Electrons of He

38.

41.

42.

43.

16
RH
c. 16 RH

46.

RH
16
d. None

47.

b. 13.6ev
d. none

a. X rays
c. Laser

48.

b. He spectrum
d. None

## The ionization energy of H atom is

a. 13.6ev
c. 13.6ev

b. Normal light
d. rays

Sunlight spectrum is
a. Discrete
c. Continuous spectrum

49.
The velocity of laser light is __________

b.

a. H spectrum
c. Complex atoms spectrum

a. Further stimulation
b. Lasing more
c. For production more energetic laser
d. All the above

39.

b. 1.0794 107m-1
d. None

## The shortest wave length radiation in

Bracket series has wavelength
a.

45.

b. large
d. None

## The value of Rydbergs constant is

a. 1.0974 107m-1
c. 1.0974 10-7m-1

44.

b. rays
d. none

## Bremsstrahlung is phenomenon in which

the rate of slowing down of electron is
a. small
c. very large

b. He Ne both
d. Electrons of Ne

a. photon

_____________
a. 10-4 sec
c. 10-3 sec

37.

## a. One dimensional images

b. Two dimensional images
c. Three dimensional images
d. None of these

## In laser production, the state in which more

atoms are in the upper state then in the lower one
is called _________
a. Metal stable state
c. Inverted population

b. Line spectrum
d. none

a. X rays

b. Laser

43

c. Spectrum
50.

## A common He Ne gas laser contain,

He Ne ration
a. 85 15 %
c. 70 30%

51.

53.

54.

55.

a. Frank white
c. Dr. Gilbert Young
56.

d. None

64.

hydrogen atom is
a) 13.04 eV
c) 13.6 eV

65.

b) 13.6 eV
d) 13.5 eV

## Bremsstrahlung are those in which radiations are

produced of
a) Long wavelength
b) Short wavelength
c) Wavelength in X-rays region
d) None of these

66.

## In LASER principle, a photon produce another

photon by the process of
a) Excitation
c) Ionization

67.

b) De-excite
d) None of these

have

## Laser is a device which can produce

a) High energy photons
b) Specific wavelengths
c) Specific frequencies
d) All of these

## a. an intense beam of light

b. Coherent light
c. Monochoromatic light
d. All

59.

## Continuous spectra is an example of

a) Atomic
b) Molecular
c) Black body radiation d) None of these

## The value of Planks constant is

a. 6.63 10-34 J.sec
c. 6.63 10-34 sec/J

58.

63.

b. C.H.Towner
d. C.H.Towner

b. 106
d. 1012

## With the help of laser beam we can produce

a) Atomic
b) Molecular
c) Black body radiation d) None of these

## The ratio of volume of an atom to the

volume of nucleus is
a. 103
c. 109

57.

62.

b. Mari curie
d. Lane

## The idea of laser was first introduced in

1958 by

b) Circular path
d) None

a) Fusion reaction
b) Holograms
c) Fragment of kidney stone
d) All of these

d. Stony

a. Bacquerel
c. Roentgen

61.

b. ive
d. None

## When magnetic field is applied in the path X

rays , they will be moving in
a) Straight line
c) Parabolic path

b. Smaller
d. None of these

a. Rutherford
c. Thomson

60.

b. ive
d. None

## According to Bohrs theory the outer orbit

Electron has ________ energy than inner
orbits.
a. Greater
c. Equal

a. + ive
c. zero

b. 80 20%
d. None

## The total energy of electron in an orbit

around the nucleus is
a. + ive
c. zero

52.

d. None

is

68.

## X rays can penetrate into a solid matter upto

a) Few millimeter

b) Several millimeter

44

c) Few centimeter
69.

d) Several centimeter

## Computerized axial tomography (CAT-scanner) is

a system in which X rays are

a)

V e
m

b)

he
V e

c)

h
V e

d)

V e
h

## a) Maximum through the subject

b) Minimum absorptions through the subject
c) Depending upon the subject
d) None of these
70.

a) Small
c) Excessive

71.

b) Large
d) None of these

## In Laser a Meta-stable state is

a) An excite state
b) In which an electron is usually stable
c) In which an electron reside 10-3 sec
d) None of these

72.

## The Meta-stable state of Helium and Neon is

a) Different
c) Nearly identical

73.

b) Identical
d) None of these

## Laser beam can be used for

a) Wilding of detached retinas
b) Destroy tissues in a localized area
c) Sealed off capillaries for prevention of disease
d) All of them

74.

RH
m
4
RH
m
c)
9
a)

75.

d) (9 R H ) m

## The longest wavelength radiations in Braket

series have wavelength equal to

25
RH
16
135
c)
27 R H
a)

76.

m
b)
RH

b)

16
RH
25

d) None

## The wavelength of X rays produced due to

declaration of electrons is

Chapter 21
NUCLEAR PHYSICS

45

1.

## In nucleus of uranium the number of

neutrons will be ___________
a.
b.
c.
d.

92
235
143
Different for different isotopes

2.

a) - rays
b) - rays
c) - rays
d) All have equal penetrating power
10.

Electrons

## During fusion of hydrogen into helium

a)
b)
c)
d)

_______
a.
b.
c.
d.
3.

Energy is absorbed
Energy is released
Mass is increased due to energy absorption
Mass is reduced due to energy absorption

11.

a) 1.66 x 10-27 kg
c) 1.66 x 10-20 kg

a)
b)
c)
d)

## One a.m.u is equal to _________

b) 1.66 x 10-25 kg
d) All of above
12.

4.

a) 200 Mev
c) 30 Mev

b) Rutherfords Model
d) All of above laws
13.

5.

## For chain reaction to buildup, the size of

the radio active target should be ______
a.
b.
c.
d.

6.

90
Greater than the critical size
Less than the critical size
Equal to critical size

## Transuranic elements have atomic number ____

a) Greater than 72
c) Greater than 92

14.

b) Greater than 82
d) Greater than 102

## Nuclear force exist between

a) Proton proton
c) Neutron Neutron

15.

b) Proton Neutron
d) All of the above

b) Antineutron
d) All of above

a.
b.
c.
d.

____________
a) Nucleons
c) Boson

8.

b) 40 Mev
d) 20 Mev

## Antimatter consists of _____________

a) Antiproton
c) Positron

7.

Spontaneous activity
Chemical property
Self disintegration property
Both a and c
Energy liberated when one atom of U-235
undergoes fission reaction is ______

## According to which one of following law,

the density of atom is uniform ?
a) J.J. Thomson
c) Bohrs Model

## Can exist inside the nucleus

Cannot exist inside the nucleus
Can exist both inside and outside the nucleus
Dont know

b) Meson
d) Quartz

16.

## a) 1590 x 106 years

c) 1590 x 1025 years

d) Never

a)
b)
c)
d)

## Half life of Radium is 1590 years. In how

many years shall the earth loss all his
17.

## Moderator slow down the neutron

Moderator bring the neutrons to rest
Moderator absorb the neutron
Moderator reflect the neutron
The bombardment of nitrogen with - particles
will produce ________

a) Neutron
c) Electron

## 9. Which one of the following radiation

possesses maximum penetrating power?

18.

## Binding energy of nucleus

Packing fraction
Average energy of nucleus
All of above are one & same thing

b) Proton
d) Positron

46

a) 10-12 m
c) 10-10 m
19.

b) 10-11 m
d) 10-14 m

following data?
a) N = Noe-t
c) N = Noe-xt/2

20.

21.

a) Iron rod

a) Ampere
c) Milliken

24.

b) Maxwell
d) Thomson

## Charge on neutron is _____________

a)
b)
c)
d)

+1.6 x 10-19c
-1.6 x 10-19c
Zero
No definite charge

a)
b)
c)
d)

Smaller
Greater
Same
Some times smaller some times greater
An - particle is emitted from 88Ra226,
what is the mass and atomic number of
the daughter nucleus?

30.

a.
b.
c.
d.
31.
a)
b)
c)
d)
32.

33.

b) Positron
d) Photon

Mass Number
224
220
222
226

Atomic Number
84
80
86
87

## The unit of Radioactivity Curie is equal to

___________
3.74 x 109 disintegration per sec
3.70 x 1010 disintegration per sec
3.55 x 1010 disintegration per sec
3.60 x 1010 disintegration per sec
During fission process, a large amount of
_____________
Heat energy is released
Nuclear energy is released
Chemical energy is released
Light energy is released
In liquid metal fast breeder reactor, the type
of uranium used is _______
a) 92U235
c) 92U234

b) 92U238
d) 92U

239

## Mass of neutron is ____________

34.
a) 1.67 x 10-13 Kg
c) 9.1 x 10-31 Kg

b) 1.67 x 10-27 Kg
d) 1.67 x 10-19 Kg

## Radioactive materials can be identified by

measuring their_______

a) Hardness
c) Mass

27.

b) Ions
d) Isotopes

## Sum of the masses of constituent nucleons as

compared to the mass of the resultant nucleus is
_______

a)
b)
c)
d)

## A particle having the mass of an electron and the

charge of a proton is called
a) Antiproton
c) Gamma rays

26.

29.

## Which one of the following possesses

maximum velocity?

23.

25.

## A mass spectrograph sorts out _______

b) Graphite rods
d) Platinum rods

a) - rays
b) - rays
c) - rays
d) All of the above have same speed

b) Isobars
d) Isomers

a) Molecules
c) Elements

## Binding energy per nucleon

Energy of decay
Destruction energy
All of above
Fission chain reaction in a nuclear reactor can be
controlled by introducing ________

22.

28.

b) N = Noext
d) No = N(Iext)

## Average energy required to remove one nucleon

from the nucleus is called _____
a)
b)
c)
d)

a) Isotopes
c) Isotones

## Nuclei having the same mass number but

different atomic number are ______

35.

b) Density
d) Half life

## If one or more of the neutrons emitted during

fission can be used to build up further fission

47

## then the reaction is self sustained and is

known as ________
a) Fission reaction
c) Chain reaction

b) Fusion reaction
d) Chemical reaction

a)
b)
c)
d)
44.

36.
a)
b)
c)
d)
37.

## Pair production takes place in the vicinity of

heavy nucleus so that __________
Net energy is conserved
Net charge is conserved
Net momentum is conserved
All of the above
During an encounter with an atom - particle
knocks out _______
a) Protons
c) Neutrons

38.

## The path of B-particle is_________

a) Rectilinear
c) Zigzag or erratic

39.

b) Electrons
d) Nothing

b) Carved
d) Elliptical

## Which one of the following radiations are

suitable for the treatment of an infection in
the interior body?

40.

b) - rays
d) X - rays

a) X - rays
c) - rays

45.
a)
b)
c)
d)
46.

47.

## Loses a small fraction of its energy

Loses most of its energy
Loses no energy at all
Loses energy at all
Strontium -90 is used as _________

## The penetration power of - particle as

compared to a-particle is_______

a) 10 times more
c) 100 times less

b) Strontium 90
d) Nickel 63

## Sterilizations of surgical instrument, medical

supplies and bandages can be done by
exposing them to a beam of _________
- rays
- rays
- rays
b & c have equal antiseptic properties
Charge on - particle is _________
a) +1
c) -2

b) +2
d) -1

50.

a) Energy
c) Mass
51.

53.

b) Charge
d) Momentum

## CFC is used in ____________

a) Refrigerator
c) Plastic foam industry
52.

d) All of above

## Pair production cannot take place in vacuum

as ______ is not conserved

b) Aerosol spray
d) All of above

## Average distance covered by - particle in

air before its ionizing power ceases is called
its __________

a) Trajectory
c) Firing level
43.

## b) Extremely fast counting

d) All situations

## A - particle can produce fluorescence in

___________

a) Zns
c) Calcium tunzstate

42.

d) 10 times less

## Geiger counter is suitable for ______

a) Fast counting
c) Slow counting
49.

a)
b)
c)
d)

b) - particle source
d) Neutrons source

___________
a) Cobalt 60
c) Carbon 14

41.

b) - rays
d) - rays

## A - particle in a single encounter _______

a) - particle source
c) - particle source

48.
a) - rays
c) - rays

## Through direct collision

Through electrostatic attraction
Through electrostatic repulsion
All of above

b) Range
d) Limit

## Which one of the following possesses greater

penetrating power?

48

a) - rays
c) X-rays
54.

a) Ordinary water

a) Sr -90
c) Ca -41

55.

b) - rays
d) Neutron

63.

## The maximum safe limit does for persons

working in nuclear power station are
__________

b) I -131
d) C -14

## a) 1 rem per week

c) 4 rem per week

____________

64.
a) Normal light
c) Micro waves
56.

a) +1
c) +2
57.

a)
b)
c)
d)
59.

a)
b)
c)
d)
60.

65.

## a) Increase with magnitude of increasing

charge
b) Decreases with magnitude of increasing
charge
c) Is independent of charge
d) None
66.

## Smaller ionization power

Energy is not conserved
Neither greater nor smaller ionization power
Same ionization power

67.

b) Linear acceleration
d) Wilson cloud

Z 1

68.

b) 33
d) 39

## Marie Curie and Pierre Curie discovered two new

a) Uranium and Polonium
d) Uranium and Plutonium

69.

## The half of uranium 238 is

a) 1.67 108 years
b) 3.3 109 years
8
c) 4.5 10 years d) 4.5 109 years

70.

a) Curved
c) Zig Zag

62.

b) Antineutrino
d) None

a) 12
c) 36

## A device for producing high velocity nuclei is

___________

a) Cloud chamber
c) A mass spectrograph

X A X ....... Q

a) Neutrino
c) - particle

______________
b) - rays
d) IR-rays

Z

## Due to electrostatic force of attraction

Due to electrostatic force of repulsion
Due to direct collision
Due to gravitational force
B-particles possess greater penetration
power then that of a-particle due to its
____________

b) - rays
d) rays

b) Massless
d) All of above

a) X-rays
c) UV-rays
61.

a) - rays
c) X - rays

## Why - rays are used to kill bacteria, to

sterilize surgical equipments etc?

a) Chargless
c) Highly penetrating
58.

b) -1
d) -2

## b) 5 rem per week

d) 3 rem per week

## Radiations are used for the treatment of skin

of a patient is __________

b) Heat waves
d) X - rays

b) Heavy water
d) Aluminum

b) Straight
d) None of these

## Which one of the following will be better

shield against - rays?

49

71.

## - particles can be deflected by collisions than the

-particles is
a) Difficult
c) Easily

72.

76.

82.

83.

84.

86.

b) Self quenching
d) None of these

order of

79.

## As the solid state detector absorbs so less energy

of the incident particle and junction become from
surface. So it is called the detector as
a) Surface contact
c) Surface dependent

b) Surface barrier
d) None of these

89.

b) Protons
d) None of these

b) Leptons
d) All of these

## Hadrons are the particle included

a) Protons
c) Mesons

90.

b) Heart
d) Brain

bombardment with

a) Photons

a) Micro second
b) Miilli second
c) More than millisecond d) None of these

b) Blindness
d) All of them

a) Electrons
c) Neutrons
88.

b) Fast neutron
d) None of these

a) Legs
c) Eyes
87.

b) 1100oC
d) 1300oC

a) Sum burn
c) Skin Cancer

b) 0.1 mm of Hg
d) None of these

b) Uranium 233
d) All of these

## The temperature of the core of the reactor rises to

a) Slow neutron
c) Very slow neutron

b) Sn and Mo
d) All of them

a) 1000oC
c) 1200oC

85.

## produces the fragments as

a) Plutonium 239
c) Uranium 235

a) Strong Continuous
b) Discontinuous, not straight thin
c) Weak and no definite tracks
d) None of these

a) Quenching
c) Forced quenching
78.

b) 1 ~ 10 mm of lead
d) None of these

235

a) Kr and Ba
c) Xe and Sr

## Tracks obtained by - particles in Wilson Cloud

Chamber is

a) 0.01 mm of Hg
c) 10.00 mm of Hg
77.

b) Indirect ionization
d) None of these

The breakage of

b) High
d) None of these
92

## - rays are absorbed by a sheet of

a) 1 ~ 5 mm of lead
c) 5 ~ 10 mm of lead
75.

81.

## Neutron produce ionization by knocking out proton

which is
a) Direct ionization
c) Both

74.

b) Proton
d) None of these

a) Low
c) Very High

## Neutron interact with materials containing hydrogen

atoms and knock out
a) Electron
c) Photon

73.

b) Very easily
d) None of these

80.

b) Neutrons
d) All of these

## Leptons particles which experience no strong

nuclear force are
a) Electrons
c) Neutrinos

b) Muons
d) All of these

50

91.

## The charges on the quarks are

a) One unit
c) Fraction

92.

b) Half unit
d) None of these

a) A pair of quarks
b) A pair of anti quarks
c) A pair of quarks and anti quarks
d) None of these

93.

a) Lesser
c) Medium

94.

## If a radioactive isotope of silver have a half life of

about 7.5 days. After 15 days the remaining isotope
of its original is
a) 25%
c) 7.5%

95.

b) Greater
d) None

A nuclide

b) 50%
d) 15%
86

a)

84

S 212

b)

c)

80

S 220

d) None

82

S 212

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