Page 1 Page|1 v 1. Let Q denote the charge on the plates of the capacitor of capacitance C. The dimensional formula for Q2 / C is A. LMT -2 B. L2M2 T C. L2M2 T2 D. L2MT -2 Ans. D Solution: 2. A charge of 10 -10 C given to a sphere raises its potential from 1.5 V to 6.5 V. The radius of the sphere is A. 8.1 m B. 0.18 m C. 0.5 m D. 2.5 m Ans. B Solution: Class: XII Subject: Physics Topic: Electrostatics Duration: 60 Min Maximum Marks: 60 Page 2 Page|1 v 1. Let Q denote the charge on the plates of the capacitor of capacitance C. The dimensional formula for Q2 / C is A. LMT -2 B. L2M2 T C. L2M2 T2 D. L2MT -2 Ans. D Solution: 2. A charge of 10 -10 C given to a sphere raises its potential from 1.5 V to 6.5 V. The radius of the sphere is A. 8.1 m B. 0.18 m C. 0.5 m D. 2.5 m Ans. B Solution: Class: XII Subject: Physics Topic: Electrostatics Duration: 60 Min Maximum Marks: 60 Page|2 3. A cylindrical capacitor has a length of 1 m and its inner cylinder has a radius of 5 cm. If the outer cylinder has a radius of 50 cm,then the capacitance is A. 10 pF B. 24 pF C. 16 pF D. 32 pF Ans. B Solution: 4. The energy stored per unit volume of a parallel plate air capacitor is 4.427 J/m3. If the potential difference between its plates is 1000 V, the distance between the plates is A. 2 mm B. 1 mm C. 0.6 mm D. 0.23 mm Ans.B Solution: 5. Four charge of magnitude 2/3 nC, - 8/3 nC, and 2 nC and - 10/3 nC are placed at the corners A, B, C and D of a square of side 0.02 m. The potential at the centre is A. 1500 B. 30 0 0 v 2 v C. - 15 0 0 v 2v D. -300 v 2 v Ans. C Solution: Page 3 Page|1 v 1. Let Q denote the charge on the plates of the capacitor of capacitance C. The dimensional formula for Q2 / C is A. LMT -2 B. L2M2 T C. L2M2 T2 D. L2MT -2 Ans. D Solution: 2. A charge of 10 -10 C given to a sphere raises its potential from 1.5 V to 6.5 V. The radius of the sphere is A. 8.1 m B. 0.18 m C. 0.5 m D. 2.5 m Ans. B Solution: Class: XII Subject: Physics Topic: Electrostatics Duration: 60 Min Maximum Marks: 60 Page|2 3. A cylindrical capacitor has a length of 1 m and its inner cylinder has a radius of 5 cm. If the outer cylinder has a radius of 50 cm,then the capacitance is A. 10 pF B. 24 pF C. 16 pF D. 32 pF Ans. B Solution: 4. The energy stored per unit volume of a parallel plate air capacitor is 4.427 J/m3. If the potential difference between its plates is 1000 V, the distance between the plates is A. 2 mm B. 1 mm C. 0.6 mm D. 0.23 mm Ans.B Solution: 5. Four charge of magnitude 2/3 nC, - 8/3 nC, and 2 nC and - 10/3 nC are placed at the corners A, B, C and D of a square of side 0.02 m. The potential at the centre is A. 1500 B. 30 0 0 v 2 v C. - 15 0 0 v 2v D. -300 v 2 v Ans. C Solution: Page|3 6. Which one of the following graphs represents the variation of electric field strength E with distance ‘r' from the centre of a uniformly charged non conducting sphere? A. B. C. D. Ans.C 7. The electric potential at any point x, y, z in metres is given by V = 4x2. The electric field at a point (1m, 0, 2m) is A. + 4V/m B. +8V/m C. - 4V/m D. - 8V/m Ans.D Page 4 Page|1 v 1. Let Q denote the charge on the plates of the capacitor of capacitance C. The dimensional formula for Q2 / C is A. LMT -2 B. L2M2 T C. L2M2 T2 D. L2MT -2 Ans. D Solution: 2. A charge of 10 -10 C given to a sphere raises its potential from 1.5 V to 6.5 V. The radius of the sphere is A. 8.1 m B. 0.18 m C. 0.5 m D. 2.5 m Ans. B Solution: Class: XII Subject: Physics Topic: Electrostatics Duration: 60 Min Maximum Marks: 60 Page|2 3. A cylindrical capacitor has a length of 1 m and its inner cylinder has a radius of 5 cm. If the outer cylinder has a radius of 50 cm,then the capacitance is A. 10 pF B. 24 pF C. 16 pF D. 32 pF Ans. B Solution: 4. The energy stored per unit volume of a parallel plate air capacitor is 4.427 J/m3. If the potential difference between its plates is 1000 V, the distance between the plates is A. 2 mm B. 1 mm C. 0.6 mm D. 0.23 mm Ans.B Solution: 5. Four charge of magnitude 2/3 nC, - 8/3 nC, and 2 nC and - 10/3 nC are placed at the corners A, B, C and D of a square of side 0.02 m. The potential at the centre is A. 1500 B. 30 0 0 v 2 v C. - 15 0 0 v 2v D. -300 v 2 v Ans. C Solution: Page|3 6. Which one of the following graphs represents the variation of electric field strength E with distance ‘r' from the centre of a uniformly charged non conducting sphere? A. B. C. D. Ans.C 7. The electric potential at any point x, y, z in metres is given by V = 4x2. The electric field at a point (1m, 0, 2m) is A. + 4V/m B. +8V/m C. - 4V/m D. - 8V/m Ans.D Page|4 8. The electric potential at the surface of an atomic nucleus (Z = 50) of radius 9 × 10 -15 m is A. 8 × 10 6 V B. 9V C. 9 × 10 5 V D. 80 V Ans. A Solution 9. The equivalent capacitance between A and B in the figure shown is A. C/2 B. C C. 2C D. 2C/2 10. It requires 4J of work to move a charge of 20 C from point A to point B, separated by a distance of 0.2 m. The p.d. between the points A & B in volts is A. 16 B. 80 C. 5 D. 0.2 Ans. D Solution: 11. Three charges +Q each are placed at A,B,C of equilateral triangle. At the circumcentre O, the electric field strength is A. Zero Page 5 Page|1 v 1. Let Q denote the charge on the plates of the capacitor of capacitance C. The dimensional formula for Q2 / C is A. LMT -2 B. L2M2 T C. L2M2 T2 D. L2MT -2 Ans. D Solution: 2. A charge of 10 -10 C given to a sphere raises its potential from 1.5 V to 6.5 V. The radius of the sphere is A. 8.1 m B. 0.18 m C. 0.5 m D. 2.5 m Ans. B Solution: Class: XII Subject: Physics Topic: Electrostatics Duration: 60 Min Maximum Marks: 60 Page|2 3. A cylindrical capacitor has a length of 1 m and its inner cylinder has a radius of 5 cm. If the outer cylinder has a radius of 50 cm,then the capacitance is A. 10 pF B. 24 pF C. 16 pF D. 32 pF Ans. B Solution: 4. The energy stored per unit volume of a parallel plate air capacitor is 4.427 J/m3. If the potential difference between its plates is 1000 V, the distance between the plates is A. 2 mm B. 1 mm C. 0.6 mm D. 0.23 mm Ans.B Solution: 5. Four charge of magnitude 2/3 nC, - 8/3 nC, and 2 nC and - 10/3 nC are placed at the corners A, B, C and D of a square of side 0.02 m. The potential at the centre is A. 1500 B. 30 0 0 v 2 v C. - 15 0 0 v 2v D. -300 v 2 v Ans. C Solution: Page|3 6. Which one of the following graphs represents the variation of electric field strength E with distance ‘r' from the centre of a uniformly charged non conducting sphere? A. B. C. D. Ans.C 7. The electric potential at any point x, y, z in metres is given by V = 4x2. The electric field at a point (1m, 0, 2m) is A. + 4V/m B. +8V/m C. - 4V/m D. - 8V/m Ans.D Page|4 8. The electric potential at the surface of an atomic nucleus (Z = 50) of radius 9 × 10 -15 m is A. 8 × 10 6 V B. 9V C. 9 × 10 5 V D. 80 V Ans. A Solution 9. The equivalent capacitance between A and B in the figure shown is A. C/2 B. C C. 2C D. 2C/2 10. It requires 4J of work to move a charge of 20 C from point A to point B, separated by a distance of 0.2 m. The p.d. between the points A & B in volts is A. 16 B. 80 C. 5 D. 0.2 Ans. D Solution: 11. Three charges +Q each are placed at A,B,C of equilateral triangle. At the circumcentre O, the electric field strength is A. Zero Page|5 B. C. D. Ans. A Solution: For three E.I' s with an angk of 120o each resultant is zero 12. A table tennis ball which has been covered with a conducting point is suspended by a light thread so that it hangs between two metal p.a.es. One plate is earthed, while other is attached to high voltage generator, the ball A. hangs without moving B. swings backward & forward hitting each plate in turn C. is attracted to the high voltage plate and stays there D. is repelled by earthed plate and stays there Ans.B Solution: By induction the tennis ball gets -ve charge and gets attracted to the +ve plate and touches it. Charges are then shared Like charges repel and hence ball moves away & touches the earthed plate which gives its charge and goes to initial position & process repeats. 13. A parallel plate capacitor has plates of unequal area. The larger plate is connected to the positive terminal of the battery and smaller plate to -ve terminal. Let Q+ and Q- be the charges appearing on the positive and negative plates respectively A. Q+ > Q B. Q+ = Q C. Q+ < Q D. None of these Ans. B 14. A charged particle of mass ‘m' and charge ‘q' is released from rest in an electric field of constant magnitude E. The K.E. of the particle after a time ‘t' is A. 2E 2 t 2 /mg B. Eq 2 m 2 t 2 C. E 2 q 2 t 2 /2m D. Eqm/tRead More

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