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S E C TIO N (A ) : M A G N E T A N D M A G N E TIC FIELD D UE T O A M OVING C H A R G E


A-1.*

A magnetic needle (small magnet) is kept in a nonuniform magnetic field. I t .


(A)

may experience a force and torque

(B) may experience a force but not a torque

(C ) may experience a torque but not a force


A-2.

(D ) will experience neither a force nor a torque

Two identical short magnetic dipoles of magnetic moments 1.0 A -m 2 each, placed at a separation of 2
m with their axes perpendicular to each other. The resultant magnetic field at a point midway between
the dipole is:

11

(A)
A-3.

5 x 10-7 T

> -

................

< ------ 2m------- >

(B )V 5 " x 10-7T

(C )1 0 -7T

( D ) 2 * 1 0 - 7T

A point charge is moving in a circle with constant speed. Considerthe magnetic field produced by the charge
at a fixed point P (not centre of the circle) on the axis of the circle.
(A) it is constant in magnitude only
(B) it is constant in direction only
(C) it is constant in direction and magnitude both
(D) it is not constant in magnitude and direction both.

S E C TIO N (B ) : M A G N E TIC FIELD DUE T O A S T R A IG H T W IR E


B-1.

Two infinitely long, thin, insulated, straight wires lie in the x-y plane along the x and y-axis respectively.
Each wire carries a current I, respectively in the positive x-direction and positive y-direction. The magnetic
field will be zero at all points on the straight line:
(A)

B-2.

y = x

(B) y = - x

(C ) y = x - 1

(D ) y = - x + 1

A current carrying wire is placed in the grooves of an insulating semi circular disc of radius 'R', as
shown. The current enters at point A and leaves from point B. Determine the magnetic field at point D.

Ho I
(A) 8 t t R ^

Ho I

(B)

V3 Ho I

(C)

4% R

(D ) none of these

B-3.

Determine the magnitude of magnetic field at the centre of the current carrying wire arrangement
shown in the figure. The arrangement extends to infinity. (The wires joining the successive squares are
along the line passing through the centre)

T
i

coi

(A)

Ho i
V2 n a

2V2 |o,0 i
(B) 0

(C )

na

In2

(D ) none of these

SECTION (C ) : MAGNETIC FIELD DUE TO A CIRCULAR LOOP, A S TR A IG H T W IRE AND CIRCU


LAR ARC, CYLINDER, LARGE SHEET, SO LENOID, TOROID A ND AM PER ES LAW
C-1.

A current carrying wire AB of the length 27iR is turned along a circle, as shown in figure. The magnetic field
at the centre O.

C-2.

A battery is connected between two points A and B the circumference of a uniform conducting ring of
radius r and resistance R. One of the arcs AB of the ring subtends an angle 9 at the centre. The value
of the magnetic induction at the centre due to the current in the ring is:

(A) zero, only if 9 = 180


(C ) proportional to 2 (180 - 9)
C-3.

(B) zero for all values of 9


(D ) inversely proportional to r

A wire is wound on a long rod of material of relative permeability pr = 4000 to make a solenoid. If the current
through the wire is 5 A and number of turns per unit length is 1000 per metre, then the magnetic field inside
the solenoid is :
(A) 25.12 m T
(B) 12.56 m T
(C) 12.56 T
(D) 25.12 T

C-4.

A coaxial cable is made up of two conductors. The inner conductor is solid and is of radius R 1 & the
outer conductor is hollow of inner radius R2 and outer radius R3. The space between the conductors is
filled with air. The inner and outer conductors are carrying currents of equal magnitudes and in opposite
directions. Then the variation of magnetic field with distance from the axis is best plotted as:

i i*j

C-5.

Axis of a solid cylinder of infinite length and radius R lies along y-axis it carries a uniformly
fR
R"|
distributed current i along +y direction. Magnetic field at a point I , y, I is

(A)

C-6.

Po'

4 tiR

(i - k) (B)

Po'

2 tiR ( ] - k )

(C)

Po'

(D)

4 tiR

Po'

4 tiR

(l + k)

Figure shows an amperian path A B C D A . Part A B C is in vertical plane P S T U while part C D A is in


horizontal plane PQRS. Direction of circumlation along the path is shown by an arrow near point B and at D.
PB. df for this path according to Amperes law will be :

(A)

i2 + i3) Pq

(B) ( i^ + i2) p.Q

(C) i3 p0

(D) (i^ + i2) Pq

C-7.

A cylindrical wire of radius R is carrying current i uniformly distributed over its cross-section. If a
circular loop of radius ' r ' is taken as amperian loop, then the variation value of jj B- df over this loop
with radius ' r ' of loop will be best represented by:

S E C TIO N (D ) : M A G N E TIC FO R CE ON A C H A R G E
D-1.

Which of the following particles will experience minimum magnetic force (magnitude) when projected with
the same velocity perpendicular to a magnetic field?
(A) Be +++
(B) proton
(C) a -particle
(D) Li++

D-2.

Electric current i enters and leaves a square loop made of homogeneous wire of uniform cross-section
through diagonally opposite corners. A charge particle q moving along the axis of the square loop. Passes
through centre at speed u. The magnetic force acting on the particle when it passes through the centre has
a magnitude
V
(A) q v
2a

D-3.

IV
(B) q v
27ia

V
(C) q v
a

(D)zero

Two particles X and Y having equal charges, after being accelerated through the same potential difference,
enter a region of uniform magnetic field and describe circular paths of radii R 1and R2 respectively. The
ratio of the masses of X to that of Y.

(A)

f R ,V ' 2

I d

r2

<B> ^ 7

f R ,i2
<c > b d

Rl

(D) R2

D-4.

A negative charged particle falling freely under gravity enters a region having uniform horizontal mag
netic field pointing towards north. Th e particle will be deflected towards
(A) East
(B) W est
(C ) North
(D) South

D-5.

A proton of mass m and charge q enters a magnetic field B with a velocity v at an angle 9 with the direction
of B. The radius of curvature of the resulting path is

D-6.

mv

mv sin9

mv

mv cos9

c|E^

qB

qB sin9

qB

A current i flows along the length of an infinitely long, straight, thin


(A) the magnetic field at all points inside the pipe is the same, but
(B) the magnetic field at any point inside the pipe is zero
(C ) the magnetic field is zero only on the axis of the pipe
(D ) the magnetic field is different at different points inside the pipe.

walledpipe. Then
notzero

D-7.*

H+, He+ and 0 2+ all having the same kinetic energy pass through a thin region in which there is a
uniform magnetic field perpendicular to their velocity. The masses of H+, He+ and 0 2+ are 1 amu, 4amu
and 16 amu respectively, then
(A) H+ will be deflected most
(B) 0 2+ will be deflected most
(C ) He+ and 0 2+ will be deflected equally
(D ) All will be deflected equally

D 8.*

A beam of electrons moving with a momentum p enters a uniform magnetic field of flux density B
perpendicular to its motion. Which of the following statement(s) is (are) true?

p2
(A) Energy gained is
2m

p
(C ) Radius of the electron's path is

m
(B) Centripetal force on the electron is Be
P

(D) Work done on the electrons by the magnetic field is zero

S E C TIO N (E ) : E LE C TR IC A N D M A G N E TIC FO R CE ON A C H A R G E

E-1.

E-2 *

E-3 *

E-4 *

A positively charged particle moves in a region having a uniform magnetic field and uniform electric field in
same direction. At some instant, the velocity of the particle is perpendicularto the field direction. The path of
the particle will be
(A) a straight line

(B) a circle

(C ) a helix with uniform pitch

(D) a helix with increasing pitch.

If a charged particle at rest experiences no electromagnetic force,


(A) the electric field must be zero

(B) the magnetic field must be zero

(C ) the electric field may or may not be zero

(D) the magnetic field may or may not be zero

If a charged particle projected in a gravity-free room it does not deflect,


(A) there must be an electric field

(B) there may be a magnetic field

(C ) both field cannot be zero

(D) both fields can be nonzero

Two ions have equal masses but one is singly-ionized and other is tripply-ionized. They are projected from
the same place in a uniform magnetic field with the same velocity perpendicular to the field.
(A) Both ions will go along circles of equal radii.
(B) The circle described by the single-ionized charge will have a radius tripply that of the other circle
(C ) The two circles do not touch each other
(D) The two circles touch each other

E-5 *

A positively charged particle is moving along the positive X-axis. You want to apply a magnetic field for a short
time so that the particle may reverse its direction and move parallel to the negative X-axis. This can be done
by applying the magnetic field along.
(A) Y-axis

(B) Z-axis

(C ) Y-axis only

(D) Z-axis only.

S E C TIO N (F ) : M A G N E TIC FO R CE ON A C U R R E N T C A R R YIN G W IR E


F-1.

A conducting circular loop of radius r carries a constant current i. It is placed in a uniform magnetic field
B such that B is perpendicular to the plane of the loop. The magnetic force acting on the loop is
(A) i r B

F-2.

(B) 2 7i r i B

(C ) zero

(D )

riB

A rectangular loop carrying a current i is situated near a long straight wire such that the wire is parallel
to one of the sides of the loop and the plane of the loop is same of the left wire. If a steady current i is
established in the wire as shown in the (fig) the loop will -

iii

(A) Rotate about an axis parallel to the wire


(C ) Move towards the wire

F-3.

(B) Move away from the wire


(D ) Remain stationary.

A uniform magnetic field B = (j3i + 4 j + k| exists in region of space. Asemicircular wire of radius 1 m
carrying current 1 A having its centre at (2, 2, 0) is placed in x-y plane as shown in fig. The force on
semicircular wire will be

(A) V 2(i + j + k )
F-4.

(C) V2(i + j - k)

(D) V 2 ( - i + j + k)

Select the correct alternative(s):


Two thin long parallel wires separated by a distance 'b' are carrying a current 'i' ampere each. The
magnitude of the force per unit length exerted by one wire on the other is

(A)

F-5.

(B) V 2 ( i - j + k )

M-pi2
b2

(B)

b0i 2
27ib

(C)

jV
27ib

(D)

b0i

27ib2

In the figure shown a current^ is established in the long straight wire AB. Another wire CD carrying current
I2 is placed in the plane of the paper. The line joining the ends of this wire is perpendicular to the wire AB. The
resultant force on the wire C D is:

(A) zero
(C ) towards positive y-axis

(B) towards negative x-axis


(D) none of these

S E C TIO N (G ) : M A G N E TIC FO R C E A N D T O R Q U E ON A C U R R E N T C A R R Y IN G L O O P A N D
M A G N E TIC D IP O L E M O M E N T
G-1.

A bar magnet has a magnetic moment 2.5 J T _1 and is placed in a magnetic field of 0.2 T. Work done in
turning the magnet from parallel to antiparallel position relative to the field direction.
(A) 0.5 J
(B) 1 J
(C ) 2.0 J
(D) Zero

G-2.

A circular loop of area 1 cm2, carrying a current of 10 A, is placed in a magnetic field of 0.1 T perpendicular
to the plane of the loop. The torque on the loop due to the magnetic field is
(A) zero

(B) 10 4 N-m

(C) 10~2 N-m

(D) 1 N-m

S E C TIO N (H ) : M A G N E TIC FIELD DUE T O EAR TH


H-1 .

A power line lies along the east-west direction and carries a current of 10 ampere. The force per metre
due to the earth's magnetic field of 10-4 T is
(A) 10 -5 N
(B) 10 -4 N
(C ) 10 -3 N
(D) 10~2 N

H-2.

A circular coil of radius 20 cm and20 turns of wire is mounted vertically with its plane in magnetic
meridian. A small magnetic needle (free to rotate about vertical axis) is placed at the center of the coil.
It is deflected through 45 when a current is passed through the coil and in equilibrium (Horizontal
component of earth's field is 0.34 x 10-4 T ). Th e current in coil is:
(A) ^

(B) 6A

(C ) 6 x 10-3 A

(D ) ^

S E C TIO N (I) : M IS C E L L E N E O U S
1-1.

The magnetic materials having negative magnetic susceptibility are:


(A) Non magnetic
(B) Para magnetic
(C ) Diamagnetic

(D) Ferromagnetic