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9. A point source of light is place 4 m below the surface of

1. A ray of light passes through an equilateral glass prism in water of refractive index 5/3. The minimum diameter of a

such a manner that the angle of incidence is equal to the disc which should be placed over the source on the

angle of emergence and each of these angles is equal to surface of water to cut-off all light coming out of water is

3/4 of the angle of the prism. The angle of deviation is (= 5/3)

(1) 45 (2) 39 (3) 20 (4) 30 (1) 2 m (2) 6 m

(3) 4 m (4) 3 m

2. A ray of light propagates from glass (refractive index =

3/2) to water ( refractive index = 4/3). The value of the 10. Angle of prism is A and its one surface is silvered. Light

critical angle rays falling at an angle of incidence 2A on first surface

8 return back through the same path after suffering

(1) sin1 (1/2) (2) sin1 reflection at second silvered surface. Refractive index of

9 the material of prism is

(3) sin1 (8/9) (4) sin1 (5/7)

(1) 2 sin A (2) 2 cos A

1

3. Three prisms 1,2 and 3 have the prism angle (3) cosA (4) tan A

2

A = 60, but their refractive indices are respectively 1.4,

1.5 and 1.6.If 1, 2,3, be their respective angles of 11. A point object is moving on the principal axis of a

deviation then concave mirror of focal length 24 cm towards the mirror.

(1) 3 > 2 > 1 (2) 1 > 2 > 3 When it is at a distance of 60 cm from the mirror, its

velocity is 9 cm/sec. What is the velocity of the image at

(3) 1 = 2 = 3 (4) 2 > 1 > 3 that instant -

(1) 5 cm/sec. (2) 12 cm/sec

4. If a convex lens of focal length 80 cm and a concave lens

(3) 4 cm/sec (4) 9 cm/sec

of focal length 50 cm are combined together, what will be

their resulting power 12. A glass prism (= 1.5) is dipped in water (= 4/3) as

(1) + 6.5 D (2) 6.5 D shown in figure. A light ray is incident normally on the

(3) + 7.5 D (4) 0.75 D surface AB. It reaches the surface BC after totally

reflected, if

5. A thin prism of angle 15 made of glass of refractive index

1 = 1.5 is combined with another prism of glass of

refractive index 2 = 1.75. The combination of the prisms

produces dispersion without deviation. The angle of the

second prism should be :

(1) 5 (2) 7

(3) 10 (4) 12

(1) sin > 8/9 (2) 2/3 < sin < 8/9

6. An astronomical telescope of magnifying power 8 is made

using two lenses spaced 45 cm apart. The focal length of (3) sin < 2/3 (4) It is not possible

the lenses used are

(1) F = 40 cm, f = 5 cm (2) F = 8 cm, f = 5 cm 13. In a Young's double slit experiment with sodium light, slits

(3) F = 5 cm, f = 47 cm (4) F = 20 cm, f = 5 cm are 0.589 m apart. The angular separation of the third

maximum from the central maximum will be (given =

7. Refractive index of violet,yellow and Red colour of light 589 nm) :

for a material of lens are 1.66, 1.64 & 1.62 respectively.

(1) sin1 (0.33 108) ]

If mean focal length of lens is 10cm Then chromatic

abberation between the colour of violet and red will be (2) sin1 (0.33 106)

(1) 0.625cm (2) 0.125 (3) sin1 (3 108)

(3) .02cm (4) 0cm (4) sin1 (3 106)

8. If the refractive indices of crown glass for red, yellow and 14. Two waves are represented by the

violet colours are 1.5140, 1.5170 and 1.5318

equations y1 = asin (t + kx + 0.57) m and

respectively and for flint glass these are 1.6434, 1.6499

and 1.6852 respectively, then the dispersive powers for y2 = a cos (t + kx) m where x is in meter and t in sec.

crown and flint glass are respectively. The phase difference between them is :-

(1) 0.034 and 0.064 (2) 0.064 and 0.034 (1) 1.0 radian (2) 1.25 radian

(3) 1.00 and 0.064 (4) 0.034 and 1.0 (3) 1.57 radian (4) 0.57 radian

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15. In an interference pattern the (n+4)th blue bright fringe and (1) curves (b) and (c) represent incident radiations of same

nth red bright fringe are formed at the same spot. If red and frequency having same intensity

blue light have the wavelength of 7800 and 5200 then

(2) curves (a) and (b) represent incident radiations of

value of n should be :

different frequencies and different intensities

(1) 2 (2) 4

(3) 6 (4) 8 (3) curves (a) and (b) represent incident radiations of same

frequency but of different intensities

16. A light source of 5000 wave length produces a single slit (4) curves (b) and (c) represent incident radiations of

diffraction. The first minima in diffraction pattern is seen, different frequencies and different intensities

at a distance of 5mm from central maxima. The distance

between screen and slit is

21. A source S1 is producing, 1015 photons per second of

2 metre. The width of slit in mm will be :

wavelength 5000 . Another source S2 is producing 1.02

(1) 0.1 (2) 0.4

1015 photons per second of wavelength 5100 .

(3) 0.2 (4) 2 Then, (power of S2)/(power of S1) is equal to :-

17. The waves of 600m wave length are incident normally

on a slit of 1.2mm width. The value of diffraction angle (1) 0.98 (2) 1.00

corresponding to the first minima will be (in radian) : (3) 1.02 (4) 1.04

(1) (2)

2 6 22. If the light of wavelength is incident on metal surface,

the ejected fastest electron has speed v. If the wavelength

(3) (4)

3 4 3

is changed to , the speed of the fastest emitted

4

18. A 5 watt source emits monochromatic light of wavelength

5000 . When placed 0.5 m away, it liberates electron will be

photoelectrons from a photosensitive metallic surface.

When the source is moved to a distance of 1.0 m, the 4 4

number of photo electrons liberated will (1) Smaller than v (2) Greater than v

3 3

(3) 2 v (4) Zero

(1) be reduced by a factor of 2

(2) be reduced by a factor of 4 23. When a point source of monochromatic light is at a

distance of 0.2 m from a photoelectric cell, the cut - off

(3) be reduced by a factor of 8

voltage and the saturation current are 0.6 volt

(4) be reduced by a factor of 16 and 18 mA respectively. If the same source is placed 0.6

m away from the photoelectric cell, then :-

19. Monochromatic light of wavelength 667 nm is produced

by a helium neon laser. The power emitted is 9 mW. The (1) The stopping potential will be 0.2 V

number of photons arriving per sec. on the average at a

target irradiated by this beam is :- (2) The stopping potential will be 0.6 V

(3) The saturation current will be 6 mA

(1) 3 1019 (2) 9 1017

(4) The saturation current will be 18 Ma

(3) 3 1016 (4) 9 1015

24. 10.24 g radioactive substance of half life 3.8 days, than

20. The figure shows a plot of phot current versus anode after 19 days, remaining quantity is :-

potential for a photo sensitive surface for three different

radiations. Which one of the following is a correct (1) 0.151 g (2) 0.32 g

statement ?

photo current (3) 1.51 g (4) 0.16 g

b of 92U235 atom. Find the number of fission per second

c a

required to release1 kW power :-

Retarding Anode (1) 3.125 x 1013 (2) 3.125 x 1014`

potential potential (3) 3.125 x 1015 (4) 3.125 x 1016

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26. When 90Th238 changes into 83Bi222, then the number of (1) 60 days (2) 15 days

emitted and -particles are (3) 30 days (4) 50 days

particles. The ratio of number of neutrons to that of

(3) 4, 4 (4) 4, 1

protons in the product nucleus will be :

27. If half-life of a radioactive substance is 60 minutes, then

the percentage decay in 4 hours is : A Z 12 AZ

(1) (2)

Z 6 Z 1

(1) 50% (2) 71%

A Z 11 A Z 11

(3) 85% (4) 93.7% (3) (4)

Z 6 Z 1

28. Mp denotes the mass of a proton and Mn that of a

33. An electron and proton are accelerated through same

neutron. A given nucleus, of binding energy B, contains Z

potential, then e/p will be

protons and N neutrons. The mass M (N, Z) of the

nucleus is given by (c is velocity of light) (1) 1 (2) me/mp

(2) M(N, Z) = NMn + ZMp B/c2 34. An -particle moves in a circular path of radius

0.83 cm in the presence of a magnetic field of

(3) M(N, Z) = NMn + ZMp + B/c2 0.25 Wb/m2. The de Broglie wavelength associated with

the particle will be :

(4) M(N, Z) = NMn + ZMp Bc2 (1) 10 (2) 0.1

(3) 1 (4) 0.01

29. The dependence of binding energy per nucleon (BN) on

35. If the momentum of an electron is changed by P, then the

the mass number (A), is represented by

de Broglie wavelength associated with it changes by 0.5%.

The initial momentum of electron will be :-

P

(1) (2) 100 P

200

(3) 200 P (4) 400 P

(1) (2)

1

36. An alpha nucleus of energy mv2 bombards a heavy

2

nuclear target of charge Ze. Then the distance of closest

approach for the alpha nucleus will be proportional to

1 1

(3) (4) (1) (2)

v4 Ze

1

(3) v2 (4)

m

30. If the nucleus has a nuclear radius of about 3.6 fm, the 37. Out on the following which one is not a possible energy

for a photon to be emitted by hydrogen atom according

would have its radius approximately as to Bohr's atomic model ?

(1) 4.8 fm (2) 6.0 fm (1) 0.65 eV (2) 1.9 eV

(3) 9.6 fm (4) 12.0 fm (3) 11.1 eV (4) 13.6 eV

31. The half life of a radioactive nucleus is 50 days. The time 38. The transition from the state n = 3 to n = 1 in a hydrogen

like atom results in ultraviolet radiation. Infrared radiation

2 will be obtained in the transition from :

interval (t2 t1) between the time t2 when of it has

3

1 (1) 4 2 (2) 4 3

decayed and the time t1 when of it had decayed is :-

3 (3) 2 1 (4) 3 2

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39. In the following circuit, the output Y for all possible inputs 42. In the circuit shown here the transistor used has current

A and B is expressed by the truth table gain = 100. What should be the base resistor R b so that

VCE = 5V, VBE =0

1k

Rb

C 10V

B

VCE

E

(3) 200 103 (4) 2 103

43. A zener diode, having breakdown voltage equal to 15 V,

is used in a voltage regulator circuit shown in figure. The

current through the diode is

(3) (4) + 250

40. The following figure shows a AND logic gate circuit with 20V 15V 1k

two inputs A and B and the output C. The voltage

waveforms at C will be

(1) 5 mA (2) 10 mA

(3) 15 mA (4) 20 mA

biased, are :-

+10V R

R 10V

+5V

(a) (b)

12V R R

(1) (2) 45. Which of the following energy band diagram shows the N-

type semiconductor :

Conduction Conduction

(3) (4) Band Band

41. Current in the circuit will be :

Eg=1eV Impurity level

1 eV

20

30 Valence Valence

(1) Band (2) Band

I

20 5V

Valence Valence

Band Band

Impurity level

5 5

(1) (2) 1 eV 1 eV Impurity level

40 50

5 5 Conduction Conduction

(3) (4)

10 20 (3) Band (4) Band

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