Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation (NEST (National Entrance Screening Test) Physics): Questions 1 - 4 of 4

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Question number: 1

» Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation » Particle Nature of Light

Appeared in Year: 2007

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Electrons cannot remain confined in a nucleus. This is because –

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Pauli’s exclusion principle forbids electrons to be bound together in the same nucleus.

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Electrons confined in a nucleus will, according to the uncertainty principle, have so much kinetic energy that even electron – proton attraction will not be able to hold them bound.

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Electron – electron repulsion will dominate electron – proton attraction inside the nucleus.

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The size of an electron is about , which is much bigger than the typical size of a nucleus .

Question number: 2

» Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation » De-Broglie Relation

Appeared in Year: 2008

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A free particle with initial kinetic energy and de Broglie wavelength enters a region in which it has potential energy . The particle’s new de Broglie wavelength is –

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Question number: 3

» Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation » Black-Body Radiation

Appeared in Year: 2008

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The intensity of solar radiation received by the Earth is . Assuming the Earth to be a perfect spherical blackbody, its equilibrium temperature is nearly –

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Question number: 4

» Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation » De-Broglie Relation

Appeared in Year: 2014

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A free particle with initial kinetic energy and de Broglie wavelength enters a region of constant potential energy such that the new de Broglie wavelength is now . Then is –

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