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**Q1. A proton moving in a straight line enters a strong magnetic field along the field
**

line direction. How will its path and velocity change?

(1)

Q2. Sketch a graph to show how the reactance of (i) a capacitor (ii) an inductor

varies as function of frequency?

(1)

Q3. Define transformer ratio?

(1)

Q4. A variable frequency a.c. source is connected to a capacitor. Will the

displacement current increase or decrease with decrease in frequency?(1)

Q5. Suppose that the lower half of a concave mirror’s reflecting surface is covered

with an opaque non-reflecting material. What effect will this have on the image of

an object placed in front of the mirror? (1)

Q6. Draw the graph showing the distribution of kinetic energy of electron emitted

during beta decay?(1)

Q7. Is Ohm’s law obeyed in semiconductors or not?

(1)

Q8. When the base current in a transistor is changed from 30µA to 80µA, the

collector current is changed from 1.0mA to 3.5mA. Find the a.c. current

amplification factor?(1)

Q9. A plastic rod of length 2.2m and radius 3.6mm carries a negative charge of

3.8X10-7C spread uniformly over its surface. What is the electric field near the midpoint of the rod, at a point on its surface?

(2)

Q10. What happens to the drift velocity (vd) of electrons and the resistance R if the

length of the conductor is doubled keeping potential difference unchanged?

(2)

Q11. Give reasons forthe following:(a)Standard resistance coils are made of manganin.

(b)Bending a wire does not affect electrical resistance.

(2)

Q12. A circular coil of 100 turns, radius 10cm carries a current of 5A. It is

suspended vertically in a uniform horizontal magnetic field of 0.5T, the field lines

(2) Q13. A photon and electron have got same de-Broglie wavelength. Find the e. the current is i2. (a)What is the focal length of the combination? (b)An object of size 3cm is placed at 30cm from this combination of lenses. mass of neutron=1. (2) Q16. (3) Q20. What is the form of this energy and where from it comes? (3) Q21. Find the energy of the system in this external field.0) and (3. (2) Q15.f. The stopping potential is found to be V. If the distance of the light source from the cathode is reduced. which has greater kinetic energy? Explain.934939amu.making an angle of 60o with the plane of coil.0) cm respectively in an external field given by E=9X106/r2 Cm-2. given mass of proton=1. Calculate the magnitude of the torque that must be applied on it to prevent it from turning. what change will you observe in the (a)Photoelectric current (b)Stopping potential (2) Q17. and the internal resistance of the current source.m.007825amu. When the external resistance is R2. (2) Q14. Draw a labeled diagram of Hertz’s experiment set-up to produce electromagnetic waves. Two lenses of powers +15D and -5D are in contact with each other forming a combination lens. (a) The current in a circuit with an external resistance R 1 is i1.Calculate the binding energy per nucleon in case of 26Fe56. (2) Q19. Two charges 4µC and -4µC are placed at (-3. .Derive an expression for the energy stored in a parallel plate capacitor C charged to potential difference V. A source of light of frequency greater than threshold frequency is placed at distance of 1m from the cathode of a photocell. Calculate the position and size of the image formed. What does the term ‘LOS communication’ mean? Name the type of waves that are used for this communication.0. explain giving reasons.008665amu and mass of nucleus of is 55. Explain the generation of electromagnetic waves using this set-up.0. (2) 26 Fe56 Q18.

(b) Can Meter Bridgebe used for finding the resistance of moderate values? Explain briefly. for the magnetic field. (3) Q26. (1)How much population is covered by the T.A 100µF capacitor in series with 40Ω resistance is connected to a 110V. A steady current I flow through this solenoid.V. (3) (b)A magnet suspended at 30o with magnetic meridian makes an angle of 45 o with the horizontal. Use Ampere’s circuital law to obtain an expression. (3) Q23. what fraction of neutrons will decay before they travel a distance of 10m? Given mass of neutron=1. There is a stream of neutrons with a kinetic energy of 0.4X106m. (3) Q27. Radius of earth=6. (3) Q25. broadcast if the average population density around the tower is 1000km -2. (2)By how much the height of the tower be increased to double its coverage range? (3) Q28. other factors remaining same? Explain your answer. 60Hz supply.675X10 -27kg. (3) Q24. at a point on its axis and close to its mid-point. A T. What is meant by interference of light? Describe briefly Young’s double slit experiment to demonstrate interference of light. If the half-life of neutrons is 700seconds. State and prove Prism Formula. tower has height of 70m.0327eV. How is mutual inductance of a pair of coils affected when:(a)Separation between the coils is increased? (b)Number of turns of each coil is increased? (c) A thin iron sheet is placed between the two coils.V. What shall be the actual value of the angle of dip? (2) . (2+1) Q22. (a) A long solenoid with closely wound turns has n turns per unit of its length. (a)What is the maximum current in the circuit? (b)What is the time lag between current maximum and voltage maximum? (c) Hence explain why capacitor is a conductor at very high frequencies.

Even then we say light travels in a straight line and ray optics is valid. base is made thin and doped with little impurity atoms. Why?(2) (b) Draw a circuit diagram of a full-wave rectifier. Explain its working principle.(b)A slit or an aperture diffracts light. Draw the input/output wave forms indicating clearly the functions of the two diodes used. (3) . (a) In a transistor. Comment (2) Q30.

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