Physics Midterm for ISc-II (ICSE) [also good for CBSE/PU-II]

(c) Fission of U – 235 nucleus releases 200 MeV of energy. Calculate the fission rate (i.e. no. of fissions per second) in order to produce a power of 320 MW.

Q 10:

(a) What’s the ratio of the shortest wavelength of Balmer series to the shortest wavelength of the Lyman series?

(b) What are the (i) energy (ii) magnitude of momentum, and (iii) wavelength of the photon associated with spectral emission of H-atom transition; n=3 state to n=1 state?

I.S.C. Board Question Paper. Physics, Class XII – 2009 ( C.I.S.C.E. )

Question 1 
Answer all question briefly and to the point.

Explain the statement ‘relative permittivity of water is 81’.

Draw (at least three) electric lines of force due to an electric dipole.

Find the value of resistance X in the circuit below so that the junction M and N are at the same potential.

A ray LM of monochromatic light incident normally on one refracting surface AB of a regular glass prism ABC emerges in air from the adjacent surface AC as shown in Figure. Calculate the refractive index of the material of the prism.

(Answer any two questions)

Question 2 
With the help of a labeled diagram, obtain an expression for the electric field intensity ‘E’ at a point P in broad side position (i.e. equatorial plane) of an electric dipole.

Question 3
(i) State any two differences between a moving coil galvanometer and a tangent galvanometer.

(ii) What is the use of a Cyclotron?

(Answer any two questions)

Question 8
Electrons, initially at rest, are passed through a potential difference of 2 kV. Calculate their:

(i) Final velocity and

(ii) de Broglie wavelength

Physics midterm exam, for class XII (ISC-II) for C.I.S.C.E. board.

Total 10 marks
Each question carries 1 mark.  Answer all. (10)              

Question 1 [Objective, 10 X 1]
Which of the following drops faster?

A. an electric dipole‘s electric field                      B. an electric dipole‘s electric potential

C. a point charge’s electric field                            D. a point charge’s electric potential