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is closed and opened then S2 is closed and open and the

precuts is rejected times for both the keys alternatively.

Rind the final potential but the shells.

shrouded by concentric conducting spherical shall of inner

radius 2s and owner radius as shown in the fiy. Find the

amount of heat produced when the switch is closed.

by an uncharged concentric conducting hollow spherical

shall. The potential difference but the surface of solid sphire

and the ower surface of the hollow sheel is V It the shall is

now given a charge of 3Q, the new potenti at differencl bell

the same two suface isv V/2V/4V/-2V.

and 3r The owner shall carries charge q . Inner shall is

neutral find the charge that willk flow from inner shall to

carrying changes Q and 2Q respectively. It the changes on

inner sphere is doubled the potential difference but the two

spheres with becomes two times / four times / behave /

remain same

(6) There concentric meteoric shells A, B and C of radii R, 2R

and 3Rhave surface change lasting a, -aand a respectiveing .

Find the potential difference bet A and C.

(7) Two concentric shale have radii R and 2R, changes qA and qB

and potential 2V and V respectively. Now shall B is earthed

and let changes on then becomes qA and qB . then

conducting spherieab shall of radius b (b>a). Ther soild

sphere is given a charge a pottntial at the surface of the solid

sphere is Va and at the surface of the spherical shall is vb. If

we put 4Q charge on the shall the potential difference bet

the sphere and shall becomes V. Now we earthed the

owner shall and change on the owner shall is q. Now we

removed the eat thing connection from the shall and earthed

the inner solid sphere. Change on solid sphere becomes q.

Now if we Conner the sail and solid sphere after removing

carting from the solid sphere charge on owner surface of

shale become.

(9) In the above question ( V ) meandered belt the inner solid

sphere and owner shall father putting a charge - 4Q is

Va 3Vb / 3 ( Va Vb) / Va / Va Vb

(10) In the above question (8) value of q is

radius super acted by a distance al (d>> ) > charged metal

sphere of same radius having change q is touched with one of

the sphere. After sometime it is moved away from the system.

Now uncharged sphere is earthed. Charge on earthed sphere

is

(12) Late be the capacitance of a capacitor discharging through a

resistor R. Suppore ti I the time taken for the energy store in

the capacitor to reduce half its intial value and t2 is the time

taken for the charge to reduce one fourta its initial value.

Then the ratro will be

(13) A

change q is

place ato in the cavity in a spherical uncharged conductor

point s is outside the conductor. If is displaced from O

towards S ( still remaining with in cavity)

cletric field S will Incrcase/ decrcale/ not change/ cane say

0

q

(14) There are four concentric she us A, B, C, D of radii a, za, 3A

and 4a respcetivelly. Sheus B and D are given charge +q and

q respectively shall c is now carthed. The potential

difference VA - Va is

radii a,b and c ( a<b<c) have charge densities a, - a and a

respectvelly. If the sheus A and C are at the same

potentialthen relation between a,b and c is

a + b + c = 0 / a +c = b / a +b = c / 2a + b = c

(16) Fig showed three concentric then spherical sheus A, B and C

of radii a, b and c respectively. The shells A and C are given

changes q and q respectively and the shall B is carted. Find

the charges appearing on the surface of B and C. [ a= 1, b =

2, c = 3 ]

(17) There concentric spherical shalls have radii a, b and c (

a<b<c) and have surface change dunsitic a, -a and a

respectively. It VA , VB and VC danote the potentials of the

thrice shelle then for C = a+b we have

redius R A particle of charge q and masis m projected with

velo Vo from the susyac, of the spherical volume to its carss

inside a smooth tunnel dug acrss the sphere. The min value

of Vo Sucnthat it just reaches the centre of the spherical

volume is

(19) The capacitance of a lll plate condenser whose plates are not

quite parallel, the separation at one edge being (d + a) and at

oppojite one being (d a) (as sume d>>a and nigllct edge

effect) is-

charge deusity X is placed at a normal distance y from a point

O consider an imaginary Sphere of radius R with O as centre

and RXY plastic flux through the surface of the sphere is

(21) Find equivalent capacitance between A and B [ Assume each

conducting conducting plate is having same dimension and

neglect the thickness of the place, 7F, where A is the area

of the place A>>d]

The eat Capacitance bet A and C

(23) Calculate the potential at o. C1 , C2 and

C3 are uncharged, potential of A,B and C are

VA, VB and VC respectively

(24) If a single dielectric mates is to be used to have the same

capacitance C in this capacitor, then its dielectric constant K

is given by,

(25) There concentric spherical conductors A,B 4 C of radii R, 2R

and 4R respectively. A & C are shorted and B is uniformly

charged. (Change + Q): Charge on conductor A is none of

these

(26) The capaci tance of a pavallal plate capacitor with place arec

A and separating d is c. the space between the place is filled

with two wedges of diclectric constant K1 respectivy . Frind

the capacitance of the refuting capacitor.

(28) A dielectric slab is attached to a string of mass per unit length

, whose other end is find to a wall capacitor has curare

paves of side b and super action between the platter is d .

Find the fundamental frequency of the vibration of the

string. (Dielectric sibs domains in equilibrium)

(29) Figure low a cable of 12 capacitors find the equivalent

capacitance in between the terminal A and B.

(30) Find

the

equivalent capacitance in bet luminal A and B.

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