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Question number: 32

» Classical Mechanics » Two Body Collisions » Scattering in Laboratory

Appeared in Year: 2014

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In deep inelastic scattering electrons are scattered off protons to determine if a proton has any internal structure. The energy of the electron for this must be at least (December)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1.25×106eV

b.

1.25×108eV

c.

1.25×1012eV

d.

1.25×109eV

Question number: 33

» Classical Mechanics » Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formalism and Equations of Motion

Appeared in Year: 2013

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A system is governed by Hamiltonian,

H=12(pxay)2+12(pybx)2

Where a and b are constant are px,py are momenta conjugate to x and y respectively. For what value of a and b will the quantities (px3y) and (py+2x) be conserved? (June)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

a=3,b=2

b.

a=3,b=2

c.

a=2,b=3

d.

a=2,b=3

Question number: 34

» Classical Mechanics » Phase Space Dynamics

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Which of the following set of phase – space trajectories is not possible for a particle obeying Hamilton’s equations of motion? (December)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

A phase – space trajectories – Choice A

A Phase – Space Trajectories – Choice a

In figure a phase – space trajectories is shown.

b.

A phase – space trajectories – Choice B

A Phase – Space Trajectories – Choice B

In figure a phase – space trajectories is shown.

c.

A phase – space trajectories – Choice C

A Phase – Space Trajectories – Choice C

In figure a phase – space trajectories is shown.

d.

A phase – space trajectories – Choice D

A Phase – Space Trajectories – Choice D

In figure a phase – space trajectories is shown.

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