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In the circuit shown, if a conducting wire is connected between points A and B, the current in this wire will [2006]
Kirchhoff’s first and second laws for electricalcircuits are consequences of [2006]
Two cells, having the same e.m.f., are connected in series through an external resistance R. Cells have internal resistances r_{1} and r_{2} (r_{1} > r_{2}) respectively. When the circuit is closed, the potential difference across the first cell is zero. The value of R is [2006
The total power dissipated in watts in the circuit shown here is [2007]
Three resistances P, Q, R each of 2 Ω and an unknown resistance S form the four arms of a Wheatstone bridge circuit. When a resistance of 6 Ω is connected in parallel to S the bridge gets balanced. What is the value of S?
The resistance of an ammeter is 13 Ω and itsscale is graduated for a current upto 100 amps.After an additional shunt has been connectedto this ammeter it becomes possible to measurecurrents upto 750 amperes by this meter. Thevalue of shuntresistance is [2007]
A steady current of 1.5 amp flows through acopper voltameter for 10 minutes. If the electrochemical equivalent of copper is30 × 10^{–5} g coulomb^{–1}, the mass of copperdeposited on the electrode will be [2007]
A current of 3 amp flows through the 2Ω resistor shown in the circuit. The power dissipated in the 5Ω resistor is: [2008]
A wire of a certain material is stretched slowlyby ten per cent. Its new resistance and specificresistance become respectively: [2008]
A cell can be balanced against 110 cm and 100cm of potentiometer wire, respectively with andwithout being short circuited through aresistance of 10Ω. Its internal resistance is [2008]
A galvanometer of resistance 50 Ω is connectedto battery of 3V along with a resistance of 2950 Ωin series. A full scale deflection of 30 divisions isobtained in the galvanometer. In order to reducethis deflection to 20 divisions, the resistance inseries should be [2008]
See the electric circuit shown in the figure.
Which of the following equations is a correct equation for it? [2009]
A wire of resistance 12 Ωm^{1} is bent to form a complete circle of radius 10 cm. The resistance between its two diametrically opposite point, A and B as shown in the figure, is [2009]
A student measures the terminal potentialdifference (V) of a cell (of emf E and internalresistance r) as a function of the current (I)flowing through it. The slope and intercept, ofthe graph between V and I, then, respectively,equal: [2009]
A potentiometer circuit is set up as shown. The potential gradient, across the potentiometer wire, is k volt/cm and the ammeter, present in the circuit, reads 1.0 A when two way key is switched off. The balance points, when the key between the terminals (i) 1 and 2 (ii) 1 and 3, is plugged in, are found to be at lengths ℓ_{1} cm and ℓ_{2} cm respectively. The magnitudes, of the resistors R and X, in ohms, are then, equal, respectively, to [2010]
In producing chlorine by electrolysis 100 kWpower at 125 V is being consumed. How muchchlorine per minute is liberated? (E.C.E. ofchlorine is 0.367×10^{–6} kg / C) [2010]
Consider the following two statements:
(a) Kirchhoff's junction law follows from the conservation of charge.
(b) Kirchhoff's loop law follows from the conservation of energy.
Which of the following is correct? [2010]
The thermo e.m.f E in volts of a certain thermocouple is found to vary with temperature difference θ in °C between the two junctions according to the relation
The neutral temperature for the thermocouplewill be
A current of 2A flows through a 2Ω resistorwhen connected across a battery. The samebattery supplies a current of 0.5 A whenconnected across a 9Ω resistor. The internalresistance of the battery is [2011]
If power dissipated in the 9Ω resistor in the circuit shown is 36 watt, the potential difference across the 2Ω resistor is [2011]
The rate of increase of thermo–e.m.f. withtemperature at the neutral temperature of athermocouple [2011]
A thermocouple of negligible resistanceproduces an e.m.f. of 40 μV/°C in the linear rangeof temperature. A galvanometer of resistance 10ohm whose sensitivity is 1μA/div, is employedwith the termocouple. The smallest value oftemperature difference that can be detected bythe system will be [2011M]
In the circuit shown in the figure, if the potential at point A is taken to be zero, the potential at point B is
A milli voltmeter of 25 milli volt range is to beconverted into an ammeter of 25 ampere range.The value (in ohm) of necessary shunt will be :[2012]
In the circuit shown the cells A and B have negligible resistances. For VA = 12V, R1 = 500Ω and R = 100Ω the galvanometer (G) shows no deflection. The value of VB is : [2012]
If voltage across a bulb rated 220 Volt100 Wattdrops by 2.5% of its rated value, the percentageof the rated value by which the power woulddecrease is : [2012]
A ring is made of a wire having a resistance R_{0} = 12 Ω. Find the points A and B as shown in the figure, at which a current carrying conductor should be connected so that the resistance R of the subcircuit between these points is equal to 8/3 Ω
The power dissipated in the circuit shown in the figure is 30 Watts. The value of R is: [2012M]
Cell having an emf ε and internal resistance r is connected across a variable external resistance R. As the resistance R is increased, the plot of potential difference V across R is given by : [2012M]
A wire of resistance 4 Ω is stretched to twice itsoriginal length. The resistance of stretched wirewould be [NEET 2013]
The internal resistance of a 2.1 V cell which givesa current of 0.2 A through a resistance of 10 Ω is[NEET 2013]
The resistance of the four arms P, Q, R and S in a Wheatstone’s bridge are 10 ohm, 30 ohm, 30 ohm and 90 ohm, respectively. The e.m.f. and internal resistance of the cell are 7 volt and 5 ohmrespectively. If the galvanometer resistance is50 ohm, the current drawn from the cell will be [NEET 2013]
A 12 cm wire is given a shape of a right angled triangle ABC having sides 3 cm, 4 cm and 5 cm as shown in the figure. The resistance between two ends (AB, BC, CA) of the respective sides are measured one by one by a multimeter. The resistances will be in the ratio of [NEET Kar. 2013]
Two rods are joined end to end, as shown. Both have a crosssectional area of 0.01 cm^{2}. Each is 1 meter long. One rod is of copper with a resistivity of 1.7 × 10^{–6} ohmcentimeter, the other is of iron with a resistivity of 10^{–5} ohmcentimeter. [NEET Kar. 2013]
How much voltage is required to produce a current of 1 ampere in the rods?
Ten identical cells connected in series areneeded to heat a wire of length one meter andradius ‘r’ by 10ºC in time ‘t’. How many cells willbe required to heat the wire of length two meterof the same radius by the same temperature intime ‘t’? [NEET Kar. 2013]
In a metrebridge, the balancing length from theleft end when standard resistance of 1 Ω is inright gap is found to be 20 cm. The value ofunknown resistance is [1999]
Two electric bulbs, one of 200 V, 40W and otherof 200 V, 100W are connected in a domesticcircuit. Then [2000]
In electrolysis, the amount of mass deposited orliberated at an electrode is directly proportionalto [2000]
Potentiometer measures potential moreaccurately because [2000]
Five resistances have been connected as shown in the figure. The effective resistance between A and B is
A car battery has e.m.f. 12 volt and internalresistance 5 × 10^{–2} ohm. If it draws 60 amp current,the terminal voltage of the battery will be [2000]
Si and Cu are cooled to a temperature of 300 K,then resistivity? [2001]
If 25W, 220 V and 100 W, 220 V bulbs areconnected in series across a 440 V line, then [2001]
A battery of 10 V and internal resistance 0.5Ω isconnected across a variable resistance R. Thevalue of R for which the power delivered ismaximum is equal to [1992, 2001]
A wire has a resistance of 3.1Ω at 30ºC and aresistance 4.5Ω at 100ºC. The temperaturecoefficient of resistance of the wire [2001]
If specific resistance of a potentiometer wire is10^{–7} Ωm, the current flow through it is 0.1 A andthe crosssectional area of wire is 10–6 m2 thenpotential gradient will be [2001]
The resistivity (specific resistance) of a copperwire [2002]
The potential difference between the terminals of a cell in an open circuit is 2.2 V. When a resistor of 5Ω is connected across the terminals of the cell, the potential difference between the terminals of the cell is found to be 1.8 V. The internal resistance of the cell is [2002]
An electric kettle has two heating coils. Whenone of the coils is connected to an a.c. source,the water in the kettle boils in 10 minutes. Whenthe other coil is used, the water boils in 40minutes. If both the coils are connected inparallel, the time taken by the same quantity ofwater to boil will be [2003]
Two 220 volt, 100 watt bulbs are connected firstin series and then in parallel. Each time thecombination is connected to a 220 volt a.c.supply line. The power drawn by thecombination in each case respectively will be [2003]
Fuse wire is a wire of [2003]
In a Wheatstone’s bridge all the four arms have equal resistance R. If the resistance of the galvanometer arm is also R, the equivalent resistance of the combination as seen by the battery is [2003]
A battery is charged at a potential of 15V for 8hours when the current flowing is 10A. Thebattery on discharge supplies a current of 5Afor 15 hours. The mean terminal voltage duringdischarge is 14V. The “watthour” efficiency ofthe battery is [2004]
When three identical bulbs of 60 watt, 200 voltrating are connected in series to a 200 voltsupply, the power drawn by them will be [2004]
In India electricity is supplied for domestic useat 220 V. It is supplied at 110 V in USA. If theresistance of a 60 W bulb for use in India is R,the resistance of a 60 W bulb for use in USA will be [2004]
The electric resistance of a certain wire of iron isR. If its length and radius are both doubled, then
Resistances n, each of r ohm, when connectedin parallel give an equivalent resistance of Rohm. If these resistances were connected inseries, the combination would have a resistancein ohms, equal to [2004]
Five equal resistances each of resistance R are connected as shown in the figure. A battery of V volts is connected between A and B. The current flowing in AFCEB will be [2004]
A 6 volt battery is connected to the terminals ofthe three metre long wire of uniform thicknessand resistance of 100 ohm. The difference ofpotential between two points on the wireseparated by a distance of 50 cm will be [2004]
A 5–ampere fuse wire can withstand amaximum power of 1 watt in the circuit. Theresistance of the fuse wire is [2005]
When a wire of uniform cross–section a, length l and resistance R is bent into a complete circle, resistance between any two
of diametrically opposite points will be [2005]
For the network shown in the Fig. the value of the current i is [2005]
Two batteries, one of emf 18 volt and internal resistance 2Ω and the other of emf 12 volt andinternal resistance 1Ω, are connected asshown. The voltmeter V will record a readingof [2005]
In producing chlorine through electrolysis, 100watt power at 125 V is being consumed. Howmuch chlorine per minute is liberated? E.C.E. ofchlorine is 0.367 × 10^{–6} kg/ coulomb. [2006]
Power dissipated across the 8Ω resistor in the circuit shown here is 2 watt. The power dissipated in watt units across the 3Ω resistor is
[2006]
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