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## Question number: 6

» Electricity and Magnetism » Current Electricity » Self and Mutual Inductances

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Explain the term ‘mutual inductance’ between two coils carrying current. Describe a method of determining mutual inductance between two coils of wire with relevant theory. (Paper-1) (Section-B)

### Explanation

• By changing magnetic field around turns of an inductor, an emf induced in it and this emf is also induced in the same circuit by changing in current, this effect is called Self-induction (L) .

• When a coil in which emf induced situated in the region of the same magnetic field, the induced emf is called Mutual induction. If two or more coils

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## Question number: 7

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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On the basis of uncertainty principle calculate the size of Hydrogen atom.

(Paper-2) (Section - A)

### Explanation

• From a hydrogen atom, it is not possible to predict exact the position of the electron or the momentum of the electron. Every time the electron is at somewhere but it has amplitude to in different places so there is a probability of it being found in different places.
• These places cannot all be at the nucleus; we shall suppose there is a spread

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## Question number: 8

» Classical Mechanics » System of Particles » Generalised Coordinates and Momenta

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Starting with Newton’s second law of motion, establish D’ Alembert’s principle and discuss its significance? (Paper-1) (Section –A)

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• Let consider a system described by generalized coordinates . And this system undergoes a certain displacement in configuration space. If for this displacement it does not take any time and it is consistent with the constraints on the system. This kind of displacement is called virtual

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## Question number: 9

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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(i) What angle do the make with the z – axis when for an electron?

(ii) Determine the value of the total angular momentum for a 3d electron.

(Paper-2) (Section – A)

### Explanation

(i) Angle do the make with z – axis is given as,

Where, is the z – component of the angular momentum, which is given as,

is the magnetic quantum number. Its value varies from

Here, from question; value of

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## Question number: 10

» Physical Optics » Polarisation and Modern Optics » Principles of Fibre Optics Attenuation

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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A step – index silica fiber consists of core of refractive index 1.450 and diameter . If the numerical aperture of the fiber is 0.16, calculate:

(i) the acceptance angle of the fiber,

(ii) refractive index of the cladding, and

(iii) if the fiber is immersed in water of refractive index 1.33, how does the acceptance angle change? (paper -1) (Section – A)

### Explanation

• Here, from question, we can say,
• The numerical aperture of the optical fiber is given as,

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## Question number: 11

» Physical Optics » Interference » Interference of Light-Young's Experiment

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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In a double slit interference experiment, show that the fringe shape is hyerbola. (Section A)

### Explanation Young’S Double Slit Set Up In figure an experimental set of Young’s double slits experiment is shown.
• In figure the arrangement of the Young’s double slits experiment is shown. S is a narrow slit, from where a monochromatic light of wavelength is passing. Two other narrow slits and are there, which are far t

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