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Q.1 A satellite is moving in a circular orbit around the Earth. If T, V and E are its average kinetic,

average potential and total energies, respectively, then which one of the following options is

correct?

(A) 2 ; (B) ; 0

Q.2 The Pauli matrices for three spin-½ particles are 1 , 2 , and 3 , respectively. The dimension of

the Hilbert space required to define an operator Ô 1 2 3 is __________

Q.3 The mean kinetic energy of a nucleon in a nucleus of atomic weight A varies as An, where n is

______________ (upto two decimal places)

Q.4 Let L and p be the angular and linear momentum operators, respectively, for a particle. The

commutator [ L x , p y ] gives

Q.6 B

An operator for a spin-½ particle is given by Â B , where B ( xˆ yˆ ), denotes Pauli

2

matrices and is a constant. The eigenvalues of Â are

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Q.7 In an inertial frame S, two events A and B take place at c t A 0, rA 0 and ctB 0, rB 2 yˆ ,

respectively. The times at which these events take place in a frame S moving with a velocity

0.6 c yˆ with respect to S are given by

(A) c t A 0 ; c t B 3 / 2 (B) c t A 0 ; c t B 0

(C) c t A 0 ; c t B 3 / 2 (D) c t A 0 ; c t B 1 / 2

Q.8 R

Given that the magnetic flux through the closed loop PQRSP is . If dl 1 along PQR, the

P

A

R

value of A dl along PSR is

P Q R

P

Q.9 2 2

If f ( x ) e x and g ( x ) x e x , then

(D) g is discontinuous at x = 0

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Q.11 Consider a system of N non-interacting spin-½ particles, each having a magnetic moment , is in

a magnetic field B B zˆ. If E is the total energy of the system, the number of accessible

microstates Ω is given by

N! E

(A)

1 E 1 E N B !

N ! N ! (B)

2 B 2 B E

N B !

1 E 1 E N!

(C) N ! N ! (D)

2 B 2 B E

N B !

Q.12 For a black body radiation in a cavity, photons are created and annihilated freely as a result of

emission and absorption by the walls of the cavity. This is because

the following options is NOT correct?

z2

z1

1 and z 2 in D

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Q.15 Which one of the following DOES NOT represent an exclusive OR operation for inputs A and B ?

(A) (B) ̅

(C) ̅ (D)

Q.16 Consider a complex function f(z) = . Which one of the following statements is correct?

2

2

Q.17 In the given circuit, the voltage across the source resistor is 1 V. The drain voltage (in V)

is _______

25 V

5 kΩ

2 MΩ 500 Ω

Q.18 A point charge is placed between two semi-infinite conducting plates which are inclined at an angle

of 30o with respect to each other. The number of image charges is ______________

Q.19 A beam of X-ray of intensity I0 is incident normally on a metal sheet of thickness 2 mm. The

intensity of the transmitted beam is 0.025I0. The linear absorption coefficient of the metal sheet (in

m-1) is _______________ (upto one decimal place)

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the interplanar separation between the (110) planes is __________ (upto three decimal places)

Q.21 In a Hall effect experiment, the Hall voltage for an intrinsic semiconductor is negative. This is

because (symbols carry usual meaning)

Q.22 The space between two plates of a capacitor carrying charges +Q and –Q is filled with two different

dielectric materials, as shown in the figure. Across the interface of the two dielectric materials,

which one of the following statements is correct?

+Q -Q

Q.23 The energy dependence of the density of states for a two dimensional non-relativistic electron gas is

given by, g E CE n , where C is constant. The value of n is ______________

Q.24 The dispersion relation for phonons in a one dimensional monatomic Bravais lattice with lattice

2C

spacing a and consisting of ions of masses M is given by, k 1 cos ka , where is

M

the frequency of oscillation, k is the wavevector and C is the spring constant. For the long

wavelength modes a , the ratio of the phase velocity to the group velocity is _________

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Q.25 Four forces are given below in Cartesian and spherical polar coordinates.

(i) F1 K exp(r 2 / R2 )rˆ

(ii) F2 K ( x 3 yˆ y 3 zˆ )

(iii) F3 K ( x3 xˆ y3 yˆ )

(iv) F4 K (ˆ / r )

where K is a constant. Identify the correct option.

(A) (iii) and (iv) are conservative but (i) and (ii) are not

(B) (i) and (ii) are conservative but (iii) and (iv) are not

(C) (ii) and (iii) are conservative but (i) and (iv) are not

(D) (i) and (iii) are conservative but (ii) and (iv) are not

Q.26 Consider a system of eight non-interacting, identical quantum particles of spin-3/2 in a one

2 2

dimensional box of length L. The minimum excitation energy of the system, in units of

2mL2

is ___________

Q.27 The excitation wavelength of laser in a Raman effect experiment is 546 nm. If the Stokes’ line is

observed at 552 nm, then the wavenumber of the anti-Stokes’ line (in cm-1) is ___________

Q.28 The binding energy per molecule of NaCl (lattice parameter is 0.563 nm) is 7.95 eV. The repulsive

K

term of the potential is of the form , where K is a constant. The value of the Madelung constant

r9

is ____________ (upto three decimal places)

Q.29 Given that the Fermi energy of gold is 5.54 eV, the number density of electrons

is ____________ 10 (upto one decimal place)

Q.30 The band gap of an intrinsic semiconductor is 0.72 and ∗ 6 ∗ . At 300 K, the Fermi

level with respect to the edge of the valence band (in eV) is at ________ (upto three decimal places)

1.38 10

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Q.31 The number of permitted transitions from 2P3/2 2S1/2 in the presence of a weak magnetic field

is _________________

Q.32 Which one of the following represents the electron occupancy for a superconductor in its normal

and superconducting states?

(A) (B)

state state state state

E E E E

(C) (D)

state state state state

E E E E

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Q.33 A charge q is distributed uniformly over a sphere, with a positive charge q at its center in (i).

Also in (ii), a charge q is distributed uniformly over an ellipsoid with a positive charge q at its

center. With respect to the origin of the coordinate system, which one of the following statements

is correct?

X X

Z Z

Y Y

(i) (ii)

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Q.34 Consider the circuit shown in the figure, where RC = 1. For an input signal Vi shown below,

choose the correct Vo from the options:

(A) (B)

vo

1 2 3 t

-1

(C) (D)

Q.35 A long solenoid is embedded in a conducting medium and is insulated from the medium. If the

current through the solenoid is increased at a constant rate, the induced current in the medium as a

function of the radial distance r from the axis of the solenoid is proportional to

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Q.36 In the simple current source shown in the figure, Q1 and Q2 are identical transistors with current

gain 100 and 0.7

Q.37 Match the phrases in Group I and Group II and identify the correct option.

Group I Group II

(Q) Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) (ii) visible range frequency

(R) Transition between vibrational states of a molecule (iii) microwave frequency

(S) Electronic transition (iv) far-infrared range

(A) (P-i), (Q-ii), (R-iii), (S-iv) (B) (P-ii), (Q-i), (R-iv), (S-iii)

(C) (P-iii), (Q-iv), (R-i), (S-ii) (D) (P-iii), (Q-i), (R-iv), (S-ii)

Q.38 Consider the motion of the Sun with respect to the rotation of the Earth about its axis. If Fc and

FCo denote the centrifugal and the Coriolis forces, respectively, acting on the Sun, then

(A) Fc is radially outward and FCo = Fc

(B) Fc is radially inward and FCo = 2 Fc

(C) Fc is radially outward and FCo = 2 Fc

(D) Fc is radially outward and FCo = 2 Fc

Q.39 In a rigid-rotator of mass M, if the energy of the first excited state is 1 meV, then the fourth excited

state energy (in meV) is _____________

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Q.40 A plane wave xˆ iyˆ E0 exp i kz t after passing through an optical element emerges as

xˆ iyˆ E0 exp ikz t , where k and are the wavevector and the angular frequency,

respectively. The optical element is a

Q.41 The Lagrangian for a particle of mass m at a position r moving with a velocity v is given by

m

L v 2 C r .v V r , where V(r) is a potential and C is a constant. If pc is the canonical

2

momentum, then its Hamiltonian is given by

1

(A) pc C r 2 V r (B)

1

pc C r 2 V r

2m 2m

pc2 1 2

(C) V r (D) pc C 2 r 2 V r

2m 2m

Q.42

The Hamiltonian for a system of two particles of masses m1 and m2 at r1 and r2 having velocities

1 1 C

v1 and v2 is given by H m1v12 m2v22 2 zˆ r1 r2 , where C is a constant. Which

2 2 r1 r2

one of the following statements is correct?

(C) The total energy and the z - component of the total angular momentum are conserved

(D) The total energy and total angular momentum are conserved

Q.43 A particle of mass 0.01 kg falls freely in the earth’s gravitational field with an initial velocity

v (0) 10 ms-1. If the air exerts a frictional force of the form, f kv , then

for 0.05 , the velocity (in ms-1) at time t = 0.2 s is ________ (upto two decimal places)

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Q.44 1

In the nuclear shell model, the potential is modeled as V r m 2 r 2 L S , 0 . The

2

13

correct spin - parity and isospin assignments for the ground state of C is

1 1 1 1

(A) ; (B) ;

2 2 2 2

3 1 3 1

(C) ; (D) ;

2 2 2 2

V0

L2

If the potential V0 is treated as a perturbation, including the first order correction, the ground state

energy is

2 2 2 2 V0

(A) E V0 (B) E

2mL2 2mL2 2

2 2 V0 2 2 V0

(C) E (D) E

2mL2 4 2mL2 2

Q.46 Suppose a linear harmonic oscillator of frequency and mass m is in the state

1 i

0 e 1 at t = 0 where 0 and 1 are the ground and the first excited

2

2

states, respectively. The value of x in the units of at t = 0 is ___________

m

Q.47 3

A particle with rest mass M is at rest and decays into two particles of equal rest masses M

10

which move along the z axis. Their velocities are given by

(A) v1 v2 0.8c zˆ (B) v1 v2 0.8c zˆ

(C) v1 v2 0.6c zˆ (D) v1 0.6c zˆ; v2 0.8c zˆ

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Q.48 In the given circuit, if the open loop gain A = 105, the feedback configuration and the closed loop

gain are

vi +

vo

_

9 k

1 k RL

Q.49 1 m2

A function y( z) satisfies the ordinary differential equation y y 2 y 0 , where

z z

m 0,1, 2,3,... . Consider the four statements P, Q, R, S as given below.

m m

P: z and z are linearly independent solutions for all values of m

m m

Q: z and z are linearly independent solutions for all values of m>0

R: ln z and 1 are linearly independent solutions for m = 0

m

S: z and ln z are linearly independent solutions for all values of m

(A) P, R and S only (B) P and R only (C) Q and R only (D) R and S only

aVE 3 2

S Nk B ln , where E is the total energy, a is a constant and k B is the Boltzmann

N 52

constant. The chemical potential µ of the system at a temperature T is given by

aVE 3 2 5 aVE 3 2 3

(A) k BT ln (B) k BT ln

N 2 2 N 2 2

5 5

aVE 3 2 5 aVE 3 2 3

(C) k BT ln (D) k BT ln

N 2 2 N 2 2

3 3

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Q.51

Let the Hamiltonian for two spin-½ particles of equal masses m, momenta p1 and p2 and

1 2 1 2 1

positions r1 and r2 be H p1 p2 m 2 r12 r2 2 k 1 2 ,

2m 2m 2

where 1 and 2 denote the corresponding Pauli matrices, 0.1eV and k 0.2 eV . If the

ground state has net spin zero, then the energy (in eV) is ___________

Q.52 The average energy U of a one dimensional quantum oscillator of frequency and in contact with

a heat bath at temperature T is given by

1 1 1 1

(A) U coth (B) U sinh

2 2 2 2

1 1 1 1

(C) U tanh (D) U cosh

2 2 2 2

Q.53 A monochromatic plane wave (wavelength = 600 nm) E0 expi kz t is incident normally on

a diffraction grating giving rise to a plane wave E1 exp i k1 r t in the first order of

1 3

diffraction. Here E1 E 0 and k 1 k 1 xˆ zˆ . The period (in m) of the diffraction

2 2

grating is _____________ (upto one decimal place)

Q.54 1 for t 0

The Heaviside function is defined as H (t ) and its Fourier transform is given by

1 for t 0

1

2i / . The Fourier transform of H (t 1 / 2) H (t 1 / 2) is

2

sin cos

(A) 2 (B) 2

2 2

(C) sin (D) 0

2

63 Eu , 62 Sm , 1 H and neutron are 151.921749, 151.919756, 1.007825 and

1.008665 in atomic mass units (amu), respectively. Using the above information, the Q-value of the

63 Eu n 62 Sm p is __________ × 10 amu (upto three decimal places)

reaction 152 152 -3

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