Dual Nature of Matter and RadiationDeBroglie Relation (NEET (NTANational Eligibility cum Medical Entrance Test) Physics): Questions 7  12 of 18
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Question number: 7
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One electron & one proton have equal energies then ratio of associated deBroglie wavelength will be,
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Question number: 8
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A hydrogen atom moving at a speed v absorbs a photon of wavelength 122 nm and stops. Find the value of v. (Mass of hydrogen atom = 1.67 × 10 ^{27} kg)
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a.  3.05 m/s 

b.  3.5 m/s 

c.  32.5 m/s 

d.  3.25 m/s 

Question number: 9
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An electron microscope uses 40 keV electrons. Find its resolving limit on the assumption that it is equal to the wavelength of the electron
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a.  0.061 Å 

b.  0.6 Å 

c.  0.61 Å 

d.  0.06 Å 

Question number: 10
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deBroglie wavelength of an electron is 10 Å then velocity will be
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a.  7.2 × 10 ^{7} m/s 

b.  7.2 × 10 ^{6} m/s 

c.  7.2 × 10 ^{4} m/s 

d.  7.2 × 10 ^{5} m/s 

Question number: 11
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Energy of an αparticle, having deBroglie wavelength of 0.004 Å is approximately.
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a.  1275 eV 

b.  1200 KeV 

c.  1200 GeV 

d.  1200 MeV 

Question number: 12
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A beam of electron accelerated through 70 kV strikes against a target. Which one of following
Xray frequency will be missing?
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