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Question number: 173

» Atoms and Nuclei » Binding Energy Per Nucleon

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Appeared in Year: 2004

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The dependence of binding energy per nucleon (BN) on the mass number (A), is represented by

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Graph of Binding energy v/s mass number: Choice - A

Graph of Binding Energy V/S Mass Number: Choice - A

In figure graph represent the dependence of binding energy per nucleon on the mass number.

b.

Graph of Binding energy v/s mass number: Choice - B

Graph of Binding Energy V/S Mass Number: Choice - B

In figure graph represent the dependence of binding energy per nucleon on the mass number.

c.

Graph of Binding energy v/s mass number: Choice - C

Graph of Binding Energy V/S Mass Number: Choice - C

In figure graph represent the dependence of binding energy per nucleon on the mass number.

d.

Graph of Binding energy v/s mass number: Choice - D

Graph of Binding Energy V/S Mass Number: Choice - D

In figure graph represent the dependence of binding energy per nucleon on the mass number.

Question number: 174

» Atoms and Nuclei » Nuclear Fission and Fusion

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Appeared in Year: 2003

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Nuclear fusion is possible –

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a.

between both light and heavy nuclei.

b.

only between nuclei which are stable against -decay.

c.

only between light nuclei.

d.

only between heavy nuclei.

Question number: 175

» Oscillations and Waves » Standing Waves in Strings and Organ Pipes

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Appeared in Year: 2004

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An organ pipe closed at one end has fundamental frequency of 1500 Hz. The maximum number of overtones generated by this pipe which a normal person can hear is –

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Choice (4)Response

a.

6

b.

9

c.

14

d.

13

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