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Question 7

Derive the magnetic field B of a Solenoid by using Ampere’s circuital law.

Question 8

State the Ampere circuital law and define magnetic flux. State the Maxwell’s cork screw rule. From the Lorentz Force expression derive the force acting on a current element of length l by a magnetic field B.

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Question 9

Describe the mechanism of a cathode ray tube with a neat and labeled diagram. Write a short history of how electrons were discovered. What is X-ray emission? What are Ka and Kb lines? More…

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Question 9

Describe the Bohr model for atom and point out its drawbacks. Write the nth level energy of a Hydrogen atom. Calculate the emission energy of a Hydrogen atom if an electron jumps from n=10 to n=3 level. What are Ka and Kb lines in characteristic X-ray emission? Explain their origin through electronic transitions.

Question 11

Describe the Millikan’s experiment for electron charge e. Derive in necessary steps how e would be determined by this set up from various known parameters. Explain your steps with the concepts.


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8. If threshold frequency is 5×104 Hz whats the work function of the metal in eV or Joule?

9. 3 capacitors c1=5 µF each are in series, whats their equivalent resistance?

10. 3 capacitors c1=5 µF each are in parallel combination, whats their equivalent resistance?

11. If a potential difference of 3 V is applied at two ends of a 60 cm long metal wire with current density = j = 10-7 A/m2 whats conductivity of the wire? More…

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3. Why Ka and Kb lines are produced (chose only one appropriate answer)

A. electronic transitions B. Atomic collisions

C. Radioactive decay D. Nuclear transmutation

4. Exactly why there is quantization of physical variables such as momentum, angular momentum, energy, orbital distance and speed?

A. wave-particle duality B. Interference of waves

C. Particle acceleration to speed of light D. Resistance experienced by particles in conductors

5. Cathode rays are streams of

A. electrons B. x-rays

C. nucleons D. high atomic number elements More…

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Question 1

Derive potential due to an electric dipole in a general direction making an angle J with dipole axis. Use E = -dV/dr to obtain E in general direction.

Question 2

Derive electric field in the end-on and broad-on position for a dipole vector P = p 2Q.a, where P is the vector and p the unit vector along the same.

Question 3

Describe the Rutherford’s model of the atom. Explain the results of the Geiger-Marsden experiment with a diagram. Mention the Rutherford’s model’s drawback. More…

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Question 7

(a) Cyclotron frequency is proportional to energy (b) depends on magnetic field

Question 8

Angular Momentum L is an integral multiple of which constant?

(a) Fine structure constant

(b) Rydberg Constant

(c) Universal Gas Constant

(d) Planck’s Constant

Question 9

Ground state speed of e- in the H-atom in terms of speed-of-light c is

(a) c/137 (b) c.137 (c) a.c/137 (d) c/10

Question 10

Whats the energy of H-atom according to Niels Bohr?

(a) -13.61/n2 eV (b) +13.61/n2 eV (c) -13.61/n eV (d) -13.61 eV More…