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- What is an Oscillator? Draw necessary circuit diagram to show the use of a transistor as an oscillator.
- What is a Rectifier? Draw circuit diagram to explain the use of a P-N junction diode as a full wave rectifier.
- Describe Weston galvanometer in detail along with a labelled diagram.
- What is meant by the electric dipole? Obtain expression for the intensity of electric field at a point in end on position due to an electric dipole.
- Derive expression for the intensity of magnetic field at a point in end on position due to a short bar magnet.
- What is transistor? Write its types. Also explain the working of N-P-N transistor.
- Differentiate between alternating current and direct current.
- Describe water voltameter along with a labelled diagram.
- What is photoelectric effect? State the laws of photoelectric emission.
- How should be 36 cells each of e.m.f. 1.2 volt and internal resistance 1 ohm joined so as to obtain maximum current in an external resistance 4 ohm? Calculate this maximum current.
- Draw electric circuit of a Wheatstone’s bridge. Explain its principle and derive the necessary condition for its balance.
- Find expression for the capacity of parallel plate condenser when there is partial air and partial dielectric medium in between the plates.
- State Gauss theorem and prove Coulomb’s inverse square law by this theorem.
- Write and explain Faraday’s law of electro-magnetic induction.
- Establish a relation between focal length and radius of curvature for spherical mirror.
- Write the difference between potentiometer and voltameter.
- What are the elements of earth magnetism? Define each of them and establish a relation between elements of earth’s magnetism.
- What is Thomson effect? What are its types?
- What do you understand by the resolving power of an eye?
- Explain the chemical reactions of lead accumulator during the charging and discharging process.
- Draw a labelled diagram of human eye and explain its accommodation power.
- What should be the characteristics properties of metal to be used for thermionic emission?
- Derive the expression for magnification of compound microscope and draw the ray diagram.
- Draw a ray diagram for astronomical telescope and write the formula for the length of astronomical telescope when the image formed is at least distance of distinct vision.
- What is drift velocity? Establish a relationship between the drift velocity and the current density.
- What is Polaroid? State its function and four important applications.
- What is an equipotential surface? Write its characteristics.
- Distinguish between interference and diffraction.
- The focal length of an objective of a telescope is 1.5 metres. What should be the focal length of eye piece to get the magnification of 25times?
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