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Q.1

PHYSICS

In the figure hown the equivalent capacitance between ' A ' and ' B ' is :

(A)

3.75 F

(B)

2 F

(C)

21 F

(D)

16 F

3F 6F 1F 5F 4F A
3F
6F
1F
5F
4F
A

2F

B

Q.2

The equivalent capacitance between x & y is

(A)

(C)

5

6 F

C

2

(1 + 2 ) 2

(B)

7

6 F

(D) 1 F

1F 1F x 1F y 2F
1F
1F
x
1F
y
2F

Q.3

In the figure initial tatu of capacitance and their connection is shown. Which of the following is incorrect about this circuit :

+15V ñ A B
+15V ñ
A
B

2F

+ 10V ñ C D
+ 10V ñ
C
D

3F

A B
A
B

D

C

(A)

Final charge on each capacitor will be zero.

(B)

Final total electrical energy of the capacitors will be zero.

(C)

Total charge flown from A to D is 30C.

(D)

Total charge flown A to D is ñ 30C.

Q.4

A capacitor (without dielectric) is discharging through a reistor. At some instant a dielectric is inserted between the plates, then

(A)

Just after the insertion of the dielectric, current will increase.

(B)

Just after the insertion of the dielectric, charge on capacitor will increase.

(C)

Just after the insertion of the dielectric, energy stored in the capacitor will increase.

(D)

after the insertion of the dielectric, time constant will increase

Q.5

Q.6

mk

In the circuit shown, switch S 2 is closed first and i kept closed for
In the circuit shown, switch S 2 is closed first and i kept closed for a long time. Now S 1 is closed.
Just after that instant the curent through S 1 is
(A)
towards right
(B)
towards left
R
R 
1
1
2
(C)
zero
(D)
R
1

The key K (figure) connected in turn to each of the contacts over short identical time intervals so that the change in the charge on the capacitor over each connection is small. The final charge q r on the capacitor is

(A)

(C)

(E R

1

2

E

2

R ) C

1

R

1

1

(E R

1

R

2

E

2

R

2

) C

R

1

R

2

(B)

(E E

1

2

) C

E

1

E

2

(D) none of these

1 1  (E R 1  R 2 E 2 R 2 ) C R

CAPACITOR

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Q.7

initially switch S is connected to position 1for a long time. The net amount of heat generated in the circuit after it shifted to position 2 is

(A)

(C)

C

2

C

2

(1 + 2 ) 2

(1 + 2 ) 2

(B) C (1 + 2 ) 2

(D) none of these

PHYSICS

(  1 +  2 )  2 (D) none of these PHYSICS Q.8 A

Q.8

A capacitor of capacitance 0.1F is connected to a batteryh of emf 8V as shown in the fig. Under steady steady state condition.

(A)

(B)

(C)

in the fig. Under steady steady state condition. (A) (B) (C) Charge on the capacitor is

Charge on the capacitor is 0.4 C.

Charge on the capacitor is 0.2 C.

Current in the resistor (R) between points

A & B is 0.1A.

Current in the resistor (R) between points

A & B is 0.4A.

(D)

Q.9

For the circuit shown in the figure, determine the charge of the capacitor in steady state.

determine the charge of the capacitor in steady state. (A) 4  C (B) 6 

(A) 4C

(B) 6 C

(C) 1C

(D) Zero

[PARAGRAPH TYPE] Paragraph for Question no. 10 to12 The switch s has been closed for long time and the electric circuit shown caries a steady current. Let C 1 = 3.0 F, C 2 = 6.0 F, R 1 = 4.0k,and R 1 =7.0k. the power disssipated in R 2 is 2.8W.

Q.10

Q.11

Q.12

mk

power disssipated in R 2 is 2.8W. Q.10 Q.11 Q.12 m k The power dissipated to

The power dissipated to the resistor R 1 is

(A) 2.8 W

(B) 1.6 W

(C) 4.9 W

The charge on capacitors C 1 and C 2 are respectively.

(A) 940 mC, 940 C (B) 44 C, 440 C

(C) 240 C, 840 C

Long time after switch is opened, jthe charge on C 1 is :

(A) Zero

(B) 420 C

(C) 240 C

CAPACITOR

(D) 0

(D) 840 C,240 C

(D) 660 C

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PHYSICS

Q.13

[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE] Aparallel plate capacitor of capacitance 'C' has charges on its plates initiallyas shown in thefigure. Now at t = 0, the switch 'S' is closed. Select the correct alternative(s) for this circuit diagram.

 
 
 

(A)

In steady state the charges on the outer surfaces of plates 'A' and 'B' will be same in magnitude and sign.

(B)

In steady state the charges on the outer surfaces of plates 'A' and 'B' will be same in magnitude and opposite in sign.

(C)

In stadystate the charges on the inner surfaces of plates 'A' and 'B' will be same in magnitude and opposite in sign.

 

5

2

C

 

(D)

The work done by the time steadyi state is reached is

.

 

2

 

Q.14

The plates of a parallel plate capacitor with no dielectric are connected to a voltage sourch. Now a dielectric of dielectric constant K is insrted to fill the whole space between the plates with voltage sourch remaining connected to the capacitor.

(A)

the energy store in the capacitor will become K-time

(B)

the electric field inide the capacitor will decrease K-times

 

(C)

the force of attraction between the platess will become K 2 -times

 

(D)

the charge on the capacitor will become K-times.

Q.15

[MATRIX TYPE] The circuit involves two ideal cells connected to a 1 F capacitor via a key K. Initially the key K is in position 1 and the capacitor is charged fully by 2V cell. The key is pushed to position 2. Column I gives physical quantities involving thecircuit after the keyk is pushed from position 1. kColumn IIgiven corresponding results. Match the statements in Column Iwhith the corresponding values in Column II.

in Column Iwhith the corresponding values in Column II.   Column I Column II (A) The
 

Column I

Column II

(A)

The net charge crossing the 4volt cell in C is

(P) 2

(B)

The magnitude of work done by 4Volt cell in J is

(Q) 6

(C)

The gain in potential energy of capacitor in J is

(R) 8

(D)

The net heat produced in circuit in J is

(S) 16

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DCA41.QDCA31.QD21.QC11.QB01.QB9.QA8.Q

P)D(;Q)C(;R)B(;P)A(51.Q

mk

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CAPACITOR

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