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Which one of the following pairs is NOT correctly matched?
Option (c) is Faraday's law given by
Match List-I (Law/Quantity) with List-ll (Mathematical expression) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
A. Gauss’s law
B. Ampere’s law
C. Faraday’s law
D. Poynting vector
A B C D
(a) 1 2 4 3
(b) 3 5 2 1
(c) 1 5 2 3
(d) 3 2 4 1
What is the value of total electric flux coming out of a closed surface?
From Gauss’s law, total electric flux from a closed surface is
Which one of the following is the Poisson's equation for a linear and isotropic but in homogeneous medium?
For homogeneous medium ∇2 V = -ρ∈ and for non-homogeneous medium ∈ is a variable quantity due to which Poisson’s equation becomes
Two concentric spherical shells carry equal and opposite uniformly distributed charges over their surfaces as shown in figure below.
Electric field on the surface of inner shell will be
Electric field intensity due to line charge of infinite length is
Consider the following statements associated with equipotential surface:
1. Potential is same everywhere.
2. No current flows on this surface.
3. Work done in moving charge from one point to another is zero.
4. Potential is different everywhere.
Which of the above statements is/are not correct?
Potential is same everywhere on an equipotential surface. Hence, statement 4 is not correct. Statements 1,2 and 3 are correct.
A finite sheet 0 ≤ x ≤ 1, 0 ≤ 1 on the z = 0 plane has a charge density
ρs = xy (x2 + y2 + 25)3/2 nC/m2.
The total charge on the sheet would be
The total charge on the sheet is
Since, , we now integrate w.r.t. x
(or change variables: x2 = u so that xdx = du/2)
Assertion (A): Gauss’s law is an alternative statement of Coulomb’s law.
Reason (R): Proper application of the divergence theorem to Coulomb’s law results in Gauss’s law.
If the potential V = 10/r2 sinθcosϕ then the work done in moving a 10 μC charge from point A(1, 30°, 120°) to B(4, 90°, 60°) would be equal to
Required work done,
A wire of diameter 1 mm and conductivity 5 x 107S/m has 1029 free electrons /m3 when an electric field of 10 mV/m is applied.
The current density and the drift velocity of the electrons will be respectively given by (take charge on an electrons e = -1.6 x 10-19 C)
The charge density of free electron is:
ρv = ne = (1029) x (-1.6 x 10-19)
= -1.6 x 1010 C/m2
E = 10 mV/m,
d = 1 mm,
σ = 5 x 107 S/m,
n = 1029/m3
Now, current density,
Also, drift velocity,
The equivalent capacitance between the terminals A and B for the capacitor shown below would be (the area occupied by each dielectric is 30 cm2)
d = 5 mm, d/2 = 2.5 mm,
∈f1 = 4, ∈f2 = 6,
A/2 = 15 cm2
For the given arrangement of dielectrics, D and E are parallel to the dielectric interface. Therefore, we can treat the capacitor as consisting of two capacitors C1 and C2 in parallel (same voltage across C1 and C2).
The total capacitance/equivalent capacitance between terminals A and B is
Three point charges -1 nC, 4 nC and 3 nC are located at (0, 0, 0) , (0,0,1) and (1,0,0,) respectively. To total energy contained in the system would be
Total energy contained in the system is:
W=W1 + W2 + W3
= 0 + Q2V21 + Q3 (V31 + V32)
Match List-I with List-ll and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
A. Joule’s law
B. Ohm’s law
C. Solenoidal current
D. Continuity equation
A B C D
(a) 4 2 3 1
(b) 3 1 2 4
(c) 3 1 4 2
(d) 4 3 1 2
Assertion (A): An electric field produces no migration of charge in a dieiectric.
Reason (R): The permittivity of a dielectric is always less than the permittivity of vaccum.
The potential field at any point in space containing a dielectric material of relative permittivity 3 is given by V = (5x2y + 3yz2 + 6xz) Volts, where x, y, z are in meters. The magnitude of volume charge density at point (1,2, 3) will be given by
Given, V = (5x2y + 3yz2 + 6xz) Volts and
∈r = 3
Using Poisson’s equation,
= 10y + 0 + 6y = 16y
So, ρv = -∈ (10y+6y)
∴ ρv|at (1,2,3) = -∈0∈r (10 x 2 + 6 x 2)
= -∈0 x 3 x 32 = - 96∈0
= 96∈0 (Magnitude only)
Ifare the vector potential and current density vectors associated with a coil, then has the unit of
On comparing with electrical energy stored i.e.we can find that Wm has the unit of energy.
In the infinite plane, y = 6 m, there exists a uniform surface charge density of (1/600π) μC/m2 . The associated electric field strength is
Given, y = 6 cm
The electric field strength due to an infinite charged sheet is given by