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FOR ROUGH WORK


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/ USEFUL FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANTS

m
I I FI Mass of electron
h Io FIo Planck's constant
e
I I Charge of electron C
kB cI FIo Boltzmann constant J/K
c I I Velocity of light m/s
R c FIo Molar gas constant
Ry FIo Rydberg constant
NA I co
FI Avogadro number
G
F
FIo Newton constant
IF
Permittivity of
vacuum
oFFIFI Permeability of
vacuum
1 eV 1 eV
amu amu
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LIST OF THE ATOMIC WEIGHTS OF THE ELEMENTS

Element Symbol Atomic Atomic Element Symbol Atomic Atomic


Number Weight Number Weight
Actinium Ac 89 (227) Mercury Hg 80 200.59
Aluminium Al 13 26.98 Molybdenum Mo 42 95.94
Americium Am 95 (243) Neodymium Nd 60 144.24
Antimony Sb 51 121.75 Neon Ne 10 20.183
Argon Ar 18 39.948 Neptunium Np 93 (237)
Arsenic As 33 74.92 Nickel Ni 28 58.71
Astatine At 85 (210) Nlobium Nb 41 92.91
Barium Ba 56 137.34 Nitrogen N 7 14.007
Berkelium Bk 97 (249) Nobelium No 102 (253)
Beryllium Be 4 9.012 Osmium Os 76 190.2
Bismuth Bi 83 208.98 Oxygen O 8 15.9994
Boron B 5 10.81 Palladium Pd 46 106.4
Bromine Br 35 79.909 Phosphorus P 15 30.974
Cadmium Cd 48 112.40 Platinum Pt 78 195.09
Calcium Ca 20 40.08 Plutonium Pu 94 (242)
Californium Cf 98 (251) Polonium Po 84 (210)
Carbon C 6 12.011 Potassium K 19 39.102
Cerium Ce 58 140.12 Praseodymium Pr 59 140.91
Cesium Cs 55 132.91 Promethium Pm 61 (147)
Chlorine Cl 17 35.453 Protactinium Pa 91 (231)
Chromium Cr 24 52.00 Radium Ra 88 (226)
Cobalt Co 27 58.93 Radon Rn 86 (222)
Copper Cu 29 63.54 Rhenium Re 75 186.23
Curium Cm 96 (247) Rhodium Rh 45 102.91
Dysprosium Dy 66 162.50 Rubidium Rb 37 85.47
Einsteinium Es 99 (254) Ruthenium Ru 44 101.1
Erbium Er 68 167.26 Samarium Sm 62 150.35
Europium Eu 63 151.96 Scandium Sc 21 44.96
Fermium Fm 100 (253) Selenium Se 34 78.96
Fluorine F 9 19.00 Silicon Si 14 28.09
Francium Fr 87 (223) Silver Ag 47 107.870
Gadolinium Gd 64 157.25 Sodium Na 11 22.9898
Gallium Ga 31 69.72 Strontium Sr 38 87.62
Germanium Ge 32 72.59 Sulfur S 16 32.064
Gold Au 79 196.97 Tantalum Ta 73 180.95
Hafnium Hf 72 178.49 Technetium Tc 43 (99)
Helium He 2 4.003 Tellurium Te 52 127.60
Holmium Ho 67 164.93 Terbium Tb 65 158.92
Hydrogen H 1 1.0080 Thallium Tl 81 204.37
Indium In 49 114.82 Thorium Th 90 232.04
Iodine I 53 126.90 Thulium Tm 69 168.93
Iridium Ir 77 192.2 Tin Sn 50 118.69
Iron Fe 26 55.85 Titanium Ti 22 47.90
Krypton Kr 36 83.80 Tungsten W 74 183.85
Lanthanum La 57 138.91 Uranium U 92 238.03
Lawrencium Lr 103 (257) Vanadium V 23 50.94
Lead Pb 82 207.19 Xenon Xe 54 131.30
Lithium Li 3 6.939 Ytterbium Yb 70 173.04
Lutetium Lu 71 174.97 Yttrium Y 39 88.91
Magnesium Mg 12 24.312 Zinc Zn 30 65.37
Manganese Mn 25 54.94 Zirconium Zr 40 91.22
Mendelevium Md 101 (256)

* Based on mass of C12 at 12.000 . The ratio of these weights of those on the order chemical scale (in which oxygen of natural
isotopic composition was assigned a mass of 16.0000) is 1.000050. (Values in parentheses represent the most stable known
isotopes)
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Hkkx \PART 'A' 4. I I


20% F 10%

1. I Q I coo FI IIoc I?
1. 1.20 2.1.10
FIo : 10% I 2% P/Q 3. 1.11 4.1.09
FI ?
1. 12.0 2. 9.8 4. Seeds when soaked in water gain about 20%
3. 8.0 4. 10.2 by weight and 10% by volume. By what
factor does the density increase?
1. The random errors associated with the 1. 1.20 2.1.10
measurement of and Q are 10% and 2%, 3. 1.11 4.1.09
respectively. What is the percentage random
error in P/Q? 5. I II
1. 12.0 2. 9.8 , cII
3. 8.0 4. 10.2
I(A I B)
2. CHANCE IF c
FFIIcI ?
II
1. 120 2.720 F?
3. 360 4.240

2. In how many distinguishable ways can the


letters of the word CHANCE be arranged?
1. 120 2.720
3. 360 4.240
1.
3. IIIIF ? 2.
3.
4.

5. Retarding frictional force, on a moving


ball, is proportional to its velocity, . Two
identical balls roll down identical slopes (A
& B) from different heights. Compare the
retarding forces and the velocities of the
balls at the bases of the slopes.

3. Find out the missing pattern.


1.
2.
3.
4.

6. c I ,
I I ,

I I I
- c I
II I
cI?
6

1. I ,I 7. The bar chart shows number of seats won


by four political parties in a state legislative
Icc
assembly.
2. Icc ,
oI
3. Icc ,
I
4. I ,I
Icc

6. Two cockroaches of the same species have Which of the following pie-charts correctly
the same thickness but different lengths and depicts this information?
widths. Their ability to survive in oxygen
deficient environments will be
compromised if
1. their thickness increases, and the rest of
the size remains the same.
2. their thickness remains unchanged, but
their length increases.
3. their thickness remains unchanged, but
their width decreases.
4. their thickness decreases, but the rest of
the size remains unchanged.

7. IF I cI I I I 8. c 12 I

II c o o 20 .I..I.,
IFIFI I o:IIIFIII
o:I (
/ )
FII? (1.I. = 20 o)
1. 7 2.80
3. 120 4.4

8. Intravenous (IV) fluid has to be


administered to a child of 12 kg with
dehydration, at a dose of 20 mg of fluid per
F F I- c -cI c kg of body weight, in 1 hour. What should
IIcII ? be the drip rate (in drops/min) of IV fluid?
(1mg = 20 drops)
1. 7 2.80
3. 120 4.4

9. c I I

FcII c
oc
c F cIo I

-c
o FIo c
?
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9. A hall with a high roof is supported by an


11. cIITV III
array of identical columns such that, to a
person lying on the floor and looking at the I4:3 ITV
ceiling, the columns appear parallel to each FI16:9 FTV

other. Which of the following designs
IcII
I
conforms to this?
II?
1. 5:9 2.5:18
3. 5:15 4.5:6

11. A normal TV screen has a width to height


ratio of 4:3, while a high definition TV
screen has a ratio of 16:9. What is the
approximate ratio of their diagonals, if the
heights of the two types of screens are the
same?
1. 5:9 2.5:18
3. 5:15 4.5:6

10.
c -cI I c I 12. coFIIIcI c
I c F -cIc
c
?

ccII ? 1.
FIcII
2. FI c
IF
3. 22/7.
4. I FIII FI
IIoFIF

12. Comparing numerical values, which of the


following is different from the rest?
1. The ratio of the circumference of a
circle to its diameter.
2. The sum of the three angles of a
plane triangle expressed in radians.
3. 22/7.
4. The net volume of a hemisphere of
10. Which of the following graphs correctly
unit radius, and a cone of unit radius
shows the speed and the corresponding
and unit height.
distance covered by an object moving along
a straight line?
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13. c I 4.1 km c I, F IF F

oII1/7 I coIF FIo
I1/8 Ic
1. 9 I 4 cm 2.9 I 10 cm
oI ? 3. 8 I 5 cm 4.2 I 11 cm
1. 5.1 km 2.4.9 km
3. 5.6 km 4.5.4 km 15. Two iron spheres of radii 12 cm and 1 cm are
melted and fused. Two new spheres are made
13. A river is 4.1 km wide. A bridge built without any loss of iron. Their possible radii
across it has 1/7 of its length on one bank could be
and 1/8 of its length on the other bank. 1. 9 and 4 cm 2.9 and 10 cm
What is the total length of the bridge? 3. 8 and 5 cm 4.2 and 11 cm
1. 5.1 km 2.4.9 km
3. 5.6 km 4.5.4 km 16. F F 75/cL c
c IIF 75/cL
14. OA, OB, I OC c FIF c 50% I II
cI I I IFI FI AB
II
II ?
II FIIcI 1. 2:1 2.1:2
3. 3:2 4.2:3

16. A man buys alcohol at Rs. 75/cL, adds


water, and sells it at Rs.75/cL making a
profit of 50%. What is the ratio of alcohol
to water?
1. 2:1 2.1:2
3. 3:2 4.2:3

17. -oF coFI o I F 9


c I I 3/4 cI o c
OCBIIFII?
coF
Ic 9 9 c coF
I
1. 60 2.75 FI ?
3. 55 4.65 1. 36 2.63
3. 45 4.54
14. OA, OB, and OC are radii of the quarter
circle shown in the figure. AB is also equal 17. The sum of digits of a two-digit number is
to the radius. 9. If the fraction formed by taking 9 less
than the number as numerator and 9 more
than the number as denominator is 3/4, what
is the number?
1. 36 2.63
3. 45 4.54

18. I X I Y 1000 km
What is angle OCB? F X
IFcF 8 AM I
FI III Y
IFcF 10 AM c
1. 60 2.75 oI Y 4 o I
I
3. 55 4.65
: c I FI I II X

15. 12 cm I1 cm FI
IF cF 4 PM I I

I I coF FI FI F I FI I I c
?
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1. 500 ..o I 20. A and B walk up an escalator one step at a


time, while the escalator itself moves up at a
2. 250 ..o I
constant speed. A walks twice as fast as B.
3. 750 ..o I A reaches the top in 40 steps and B in 30
4. c IcIIoFII steps. How many steps of the escalator can
be seen when it is not moving?
cI
1. 30 2.40
3. 50 4.60
18. The distance between X and Y is 1000 km.
A person flies from X at 8 AM local time
and reaches Y at 10 AM local time. He
flies back after a halt of 4 hours at Y and
Hkkx \PART 'B'
reaches X at 4 PM local time on the same
day. What is his average speed for the 21. c F F
duration he is in the air?
I
o I
1. 500 km/hour
2. 250 km/hour c c F
3. 750 km/hour IFI :
4. cannot be calculated with the given
1. 2.
information
3. 4.

19. FcIIFcx% 21. Consider two radioactive atoms, each of


cII
FcFc y which has a decay rate of 1 per year. The
oI FcIIFc probability that at least one of them decays in
the first two years is
IcFI ?
1. 2.
1.
3. 4.
2.
3. 22. I F Io
4.

19. If a person travels x% faster than normal, he 1. 2.


reaches y minutes earlier than normal. 3. 4.
What is his normal time of travel?
1. minutes
22. The Fourier transform of the
2. minutes
function is
3. minutes
4. minutes 1. 2.

20. cIcIA 3. 4.
I B c
A B 23. o I c FI
cA 40 I IF I
II,
B 30 F cI o , Io c I

c cFI ( c) I ,
I ? Io
F I kg,
1. 30 2.40 kg/s, I m/s F I , cF
2

3. 50 4.60
c
I ( )
10

1. 25. The Laplace transform of


2.
3. is
4.
1.
23. A ball of mass is dropped from a tall
building with zero initial velocity. In addition 2.
to gravity, the ball experiences a damping 3.
force of the form , where is its
4.
instantaneous velocity and is a constant.
Given the values kg, kg/s,
and m/s2, the distance travelled (in 26. FII o c cI
metres) in time in seconds, is

F cI
1.
2. I o I cF ,
FIIo ccI
3.
1. 2.
4.

24. F ccI 3. 4.

cIII
26. A relativistic particle moves with a constant
1. velocity with respect to the laboratory
2.
frame. In time , measured in the rest frame
of the particle, the distance that it travels in
3. the laboratory frame is
4. 1. 2.

24. The matrix satisfies the 3. 4.

equation 27. ,
1. ( I II)

2. c-cIII ?
1. 2.
3. 3. 4.
4.
27. A particle in two dimensions is in a potential
. Which of the following
25. IIIcIo (apart from the total energy of the particle)
is also a constant of motion?
1. 1. 2.
3. 4.
2.
3.
4.
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28. Io c co 30. FI I I I
cII
II I cc o o
F
1. oc F cI

2. cFcIoIo IFcI
III :
F
o
3. cFIo IIF

o
4.

28. The dynamics of a particle governed by the


Lagrangian
describes
1. an undamped simple harmonic
oscillator F I F cI o
2. a damped harmonic oscillator with a o ,
II
time varying damping factor
3. an undamped harmonic oscillator 1. I
with a time dependent frequency 2. I ,o o
4. a free particle 3.
F ,FIoII
oFIoI
29. IF Io F Io
4.
F ,F IF
cI I c
II
cooFI IFIo II
F
c I 30. A conducting circular disc of radius and
Io : resistivity rotates with an angular velocity
1. in a magnetic field perpendicular to it. A
voltmeter is connected as shown in the figure
2. below.

3.

4.

29. The parabolic coordinates are related


to the Cartesian coordinates by
and . The Lagrangian of a
two-dimensional simple harmonic oscillator
of mass and angular frequency is
1. Assuming its internal resistance to be
infinite, the reading on the voltmeter
2. 1. depends on and
2. depends on and , but not on
3. is zero because the flux through the
3.
loop is not changing
4. is zero because a current flows in the
4.
direction of
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31. - , FI I
II
IcI
,I
oI I , Io
I -c II
II
F
1. 2.

3. 4.

31. The charge per unit length of a circular wire


of radius in the -plane,with its centre at
the origin, is where is a The intensity of the interference pattern,
constant and the angle is measured from measured on a distant screen, at an angle
the positive -axis. The electric field at the to the -axis is
centre of the circle is 1. zero for
1. 2. 2. maximum for
3. maximum for
3. 4.
4. zero for only

32.
F I , 33. F
o
Fo IF

c
c ,
- cIo FI I Io I F

co cFIII I
1. z-I FI I :
o I
2. z-I FI I
F:
o I
3. z-I FI I
F:
o I
4. z-IFI I o
I

33. The electric field of an electromagnetic wave is


,
where and are positive constants. This
c - c cI
represents
IF I 1. a linearly polarised wave travelling in the
1.
F positive z-direction
2. a circularly polarised wave travelling in the
2.

negative -direction
3.
3. an elliptically polarised wave travelling in
4. F the negative -direction
4. an unpolarised wave travelling in the
positive z-direction
32. A screen has two slits, each of width , with
their centres at a distance apart. It is
illuminated by a monochromatic plane wave
travelling along the -axis.
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34. c F o in the state ,


cII
F I o I is
FIFI I 1. 2.
, Io I
3. 4.

I cocoII
FIII

1. 2. 0 37. coI , Io co
coI, c I
3. 4.
F I F

34. Consider the two lowest normalized energy oF I


eigenfunctions and of a one ,ccoI I -
dimensional system. They satisfy 1.
and , where is a real 2.
constant. The expectation value of the 3.
momentum operator in the state is 4.

1. 2. 0 37. Consider the operator , where


3. 4. is the momentum operator,
is the vector potential and denotes the
electric charge. If denotes
35. I c
coI
the magnetic field, the -component of the
I F vector operator is
1. 2. 1.
3. 4. 0
2.
35. Consider the operator acting on
3.
4.
smooth functions of . The commutator
is
1. 2. 38. I oI c
3. 4. 0 c I
F c I , o (
36. I I
FFIoII)
c I coI
1.
, IF Io FI, F
2.
Io II I IFI FI F
I I I 3.
c ,I 4.
I
FIIIFI ?
38. Consider a gas of classical particles in a
1. 2. two-dimensional square box of side . If the
total energy of the gas is , the entropy
3. 4. (apart from an additive constant) is
1.
36. Let and be 2.
the lowering and raising operators of a simple
harmonic oscillator in units where the mass, 3.
angular frequency and have been set to unity.
If is the ground state of the oscillator and 4.
is a complex constant, the expectation value of
14

39. co cF FI I 1. m 2. m
3. m 4. m
F cF ,
, cF I 41. A silica particle of radius m is put in a
IFI c I , container of water at K. The
densities of silica and water are 2000 kg/m3
Io
and 1000 kg/m3, respectively. Due to
IFIccF ? thermal fluctuations, the particle is not
always at the bottom of the container. The
1. 2.
average height of the particle above the base
of the container is approximately
3. 4.
1. m 2. m
3. m 4. m
39. Consider a continuous time random walk. If
a step has taken place at time , the 42.
c -cI,
F
probability that the next step takes place II ?
between and is given by ,
where is a constant. What is the average
1.
time between successive steps?
1. 2.

3. 4.
2.
40.
c coI


o Ico :
1.
2.
3.
3.

4.

40. The partition function of a two-level system


governed by the Hamiltonian
is 4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
42. Which of the following circuits implements
the Boolean function
41. m FI I cI ?
I, K , II
1.
II cII:
2000 kg/m3 I1000 kg/m3 IFI
I, I I o
I I c
I
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2. 1. 12 m 2. 24 m
3. 60 m 4. 120 m

43. A pair of parallel glass plates separated by a


distance is illuminated by white light as
shown in the figure below. Also shown is the
graph of the intensity of the reflected light
3. as a function of the wavelength recorded
by a spectrometer.

4.

43. c cIo Io
IF c
I c
I II FI II

c IIcI I
I o F
IFIFI

Assuming that the interference takes place


only between light reflected by the bottom
surface of the top plate and the top surface of
bottom plate, the distance is closest to
1. 12 m 2. 24 m
3. 60 m 4. 120 m

44. Fo - ,
II F , Io I I
I I c o
c F F

I

c-cIc ?

1.

F I
:
c I cc
IIF I ,
c
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2. 3.

3. 4.

45. GaxIn1xN I LED (I



cF) cFI
F GaN I
4. InN oI : eV I eV
F GaxIn1xN I oI cI
: I , o F

nm I
c F
F I I ( eV-nm
44. The - characteristics of a device is I)
, where is the 1. 2.
3. 4.
temperature and and are constants
independent of and . Which one of the
45. The active medium in a blue LED (light
following plots is correct for a fixed applied
emitting diode) is a GaxIn1xN alloy. The
voltage ?
band gaps of GaN and InN are eV and
eV respectively. If the band gap of
GaxIn1xN varies approximately linearly with
, the value of required for the emission of
1. blue light of wavelength nm is (take
eV-nm)
1. 2.
3. 4.

Hkkx \PART 'C'

46. c I
2. I F
I , Io I
,I
1. 2.
3. 4.
17

46. A stable asymptotic solution of the equation


1.
is . If we take
and , where 2.
and are both small, the ratio is
3.
approximately
1. 2. 4.
3. 4.
49. Let be a solution of the heat equation
in one dimension. The initial
47.
F o c
F
I I F c o condition at is for
. Then for all , is
I(F o)c I given by
, IF II [Useful integral: .]
,
F
F
F coF
I
: 1.
1. 20 2. 8
3. 12 4. 16 2.

47. The identity matrix and the Pauli 3.


matrices do not form a group
under matrix multiplication. The minimum 4.
number of matrices, which includes
these four matrices, and form a group (under
matrix multiplication) is 50. cIcI
FI
1. 20 2. 8 I, c Io I
3. 12 4. 16 , FIo
F

48. , , o F (FII o
I FI, )

F Io c 1. 2.

Ic I
3. 4.
1. 0.804 2. 0.776
3. 0.788 4. 0.798 50. After a perfectly elastic collision of two
identical balls, one of which was initially at
48. Given the
values , rest, the velocities of both the balls are non-
, and zero. The angle between the final
, the approximate value of velocities (in the lab frame) is
, computed by Newtons forward 1. 2.
difference method, is 3. 4.
1. 0.804 2. 0.776
3. 0.788 4. 0.798
51. F Io I
49. I I c ,
I I
I FI
II I I
Io o I I FI I ,

ccFIII : 1. 2.
[FcI: .] 3. 4.
18

51. Consider circular orbits in a central force 1. 106 s 2. 106 s


potential , where and 3. 1012 s 4. 10 s
. If the time period of a circular
orbit of radius is and that of radius 54. I
F
is , then is , -c FI
1. 2.
III cIF
3. 4. cI I I
IF o
52. FII o cI FI I I , I
I F I I :
I o Io II - 1. 4 2.

cI coc

3. 4. 8
( I o ) FII
F I coc ,
54. A particle with charge moves with a
- I c I ,
uniform angular velocity in a circular orbit
coc cIo II : of radius in the -plane, around a fixed
1. 2. charge , which is at the centre of the orbit
at . Let the intensity of radiation at
3. 4. the point be and at be
. The ratio , for , is
52. Consider a radioactive nucleus that is 1. 4 2.
travelling at a speed with respect to the
3. 4. 8
lab frame. It emits -rays of frequency in
its rest frame. There is a stationary detector
(which is not on the path of the nucleus) in
55. FI I
II
II,
the lab. If a -ray photon is emitted when the
nucleus is closest to the detector, its observed c (Io )
frequency at the detector is cIo coI IFI II c
1. 2. F II II -
FI II c cF F
3. 4.
II , c
oF
53. I IF Io I 1. 2.
I -m I II
3. 4.

F I
cIoF c F c
55. A parallel plate capacitor is formed by two
I,IIo
circular conducting plates of radius
c F F cF c separated by a distance , where . It is
: being slowly charged by a current that is
1. 106 s 2. 106 s nearly constant. At an instant when the
3. 1012 s 4. 10 s current is , the magnetic induction between
the plates at a distance from the centre
53. Suppose that free charges are present in a of the plate, is
material of dielectric constant and 1. 2.
resistivity -m. Using Ohms law
and the equation of continuity for charge, the 3. 4.
time required for the charge density inside
the material to decay by is closest to
19

56. FI cI: F- 57. A particle is scattered by a central potential


, where and are
c A I B :
positive constants. If the momentum transfer
I IF cI is such that , the scattering
c
cIc II cross-section in the Born approximation, as
, depends on as
[You may use ]

1. 2.
3. 4.

58. ,
F A , I B cI o c co
,o : cIo
F
1. 2.
1.
3. 4.
2.

56. Two uniformly charged insulating solid 3.


spheres A and B, both of radius , carry total
4. 0
charges and , respectively. The
spheres are placed touching each other as
shown in the figure. 58. A particle in one dimension is in a potential
. Its wavefunction is
continuous everywhere. The discontinuity in
at is

1.

If the potential at the centre of the sphere A 2.


is and that at the centre of B is , then
the difference is 3.
1. 2. 4. 0

3. 4.
59. FI
F
,I
, Io
57. I F co coI I I
II, Io I I I F
, c coI
,I IcoIo Io
coI c I F FI I
cI cI :
c cI 1.

2.
[ I F c ]
1. 2. 3.

3. 4. 4.
20

59. The dynamics of a free relativistic particle of F c c


I
mass is governed by the
IFI cI
Dirac Hamiltonian , where
is the momentum operator and IIIo
I
and are four Dirac IcFIIFI ?
matrices. The acceleration operator can be 1. 2.
expressed as
1. 3. 4.

2.
61. Consider a random walk on an infinite two-
3. dimensional triangular lattice, a part of which
is shown in the figure below.
4.

60. F F
Io II cI c
c cF- F

IFIII ,Io I
If the probabilities of moving to any of the
I Fc
I nearest neighbour sites are equal, what is the
I-I I, probability that the walker returns to the

I
starting position at the end of exactly three
steps?
IFIc
I :
1. 2.
1. 2.
3. 0 4. 3. 4.

60. A particle of charge in one dimension is in 62. cI


III
a simple harmonic potential with angular
I

I
frequency . It is subjected to a time-
dependent electric field ,
IoIoI F
where and are positive constants and I ( ) I cc
. If in the distant past the I
particle was in its ground state, the 1. 2.
probability that it will be in the first excited
state as is proportional to 3. 4.

1. 2.
62. An atom has a non-degenerate ground-state
3. 0 4.
and a doubly-degenerate excited state. The
energy difference between the two states is .
61. o I, cI The specific heat at very low temperatures
IFIFI ,FI
o ( ) is given by
1. 2.
I
3. 4.

63. c II
I cI , cI I-co coo
, Io I
F I
21

co
FI , I I 65. FIFco

c
I F

(I
IF)
1. 2. cc
I
(LPF)
3. 4. I

63. The electrons in graphene can be thought of


as a two-dimensional gas with a linear
energy-momentum relation ,
where and is a constant. If
is the number of electrons per unit area,
the energy per unit area is proportional to
FLPF
Io II Hz ,
1. 2.

I
3. 4. 1. 5 V 2. 25 V
3. 100 V 4. 50 V
64
, I 2 V ,
65. Two sinusoidal signals are sent to an analog
V, k I k multiplier of scale factor 1 followed by a
low pass filter (LPF).

If the roll-off frequency of the LPF is


Hz, the output voltage is
-I mW 1. 5 V 2. 25 V
IFI 3. 100 V 4. 50 V
1. 12 k 2. 4 k
3. 8 k 4. 14 k 66. c II
Io
:

64 In the circuit below, the input voltage is (C) 2 4 6 8


2 V, V, k and 90 105 110 115
k.
o F -
FcI I I :
1. /C 2. 4 /C
3. 2 /C 4. 8 /C

66. The resistance of a sample is measured as a


function of temperature, and the data are
shown below.

(C) 2 4 6 8
The value of required to deliver mW 90 105 110 115
of power across is
1. 12 k 2. 4 k The slope of vs graph, using a linear
3. 8 k 4. 14 k least-squares fit to the data, will be
1. /C 2. 4 /C
3. 2 /C 4. 8 /C
22

67. I Io F Io
o
I I
I , Io o c
, I F -
I F I FIII ,
cF
(
)
1. I
2. I
3. co
F F -I -I
4.
I

I I cII I ,

67. Consider a one-dimensional chain of atoms I I


with lattice constant . The energy of an 1. 2.
electron with wave-vector is 3. 4.
, where and are constants. If
an electric field is applied in the positive 68. A thin rectangular conducting plate of length
-direction, the time dependent velocity of and width is placed in the -plane in two
an electron is different orientations, as shown in the figures
(In the following is the constant) below. In both cases a magnetic field is
1. proportional to applied in the -direction and a current flows in
the direction due to the applied voltage .
2. proportional to
3. independent of
4. proportional to

68.
IF cI, oI I
I IIFFII
- FIc III
F -I oF
I FI II , I -I I

IFII

If the Hall voltage across the -direction in the two


cases satisfy , the ratio must be
1. 2.
3. 4.
23


IFcIIcF

3
69. 1. S, 1P, 3P, 1D, 3D
1
2. S, 3S, 1P, 1D
FII 3. 1
S, 3S, 3P, 3D
1
4. S, 3S, 1P, 3P, 1D, 3D

70. In the - coupling scheme, the terms arising


from two non-equivalent -electrons are
3
1. S, 1P, 3P, 1D, 3D
1
2. S, 3S, 1P, 1D
1
3. S, 3S, 3P, 3D
1
4. S, 3S, 1P, 3P, 1D, 3D

71. III
I
FIIoI , F I FIc

c I cI , -1
I
1. Io co
FI I -0
I
Ioco
FIII :
2.
1. 2 2. 3
3. 3. 1/2 4. 1/3
4.
71. The total spin of a hydrogen atom is due to
the contribution of the spins of the electron
69. Consider a hexagonal lattice with basis and the proton. In the high temperature
vectors as shown in the figure below. limit, the ratio of the number of atoms in the
spin-1 state to the number in the spin-0 state
is
1. 2 2. 3
3. 1/2 4. 1/3

72. IF(I)FI

o

I c
: I IF:

c, c F cI
I I (300 K) , Io II c
IF
c
:
cc ,
If the lattice spacing is , the reciprocal
lattice vectors are c
1. 1013 Hz 2.108 Hz
3. 105 Hz 4.1011 Hz
1.
72.
A two level system in a thermal (black body)
2.
environment can decay from the excited state
by both spontaneous and thermally
3. stimulated emission. At room temperature
(300 K), the frequency below which
4. thermal emission dominates over
spontaneous emission is nearest to
1. 1013 Hz 2.108 Hz
70. - F
FI
F
5
3. 10 Hz 4.1011 Hz
-c
24

73. I - 74. Which of the following reaction(s) is/are


allowed by the conservation laws?
F I
(i)
F IFII (ii)
I? 1. both (i) and (ii)
2. only (i)
( I FI:
3. only (ii)
4.0026 amu, 3.0161 amu I 1.0073 amu, I1 4. neither (i) nor (ii)
amu MeV. )
1. 32.2 MeV 2.3 MeV
3. 19.3 MeV 4.931.5 MeV 75. , I I
coF
I , F ,
73. What should be the minimum energy of a I
I::
photon for it to split an -particle at rest into
a tritium and a proton? 1. 2.

(The masses of and are 4.0026 3. 4.

amu, 3.0161 amu and 1.0073 amu, 75. A particle, which is a composite state of
respectively, and 1 amu MeV. ) three quarks and , has electric charge,
1. 32.2 MeV 2. 3 MeV spin and strangeness respectively, equal to
1. 2.
3. 19.3 MeV 4. 931.5 MeV
3. 4.
74. coFIIFI(o) c
-cI/c /?
(i)
(ii)
1. (i) I(ii)
2. (i)
3. (ii)
4. (i),(ii)

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