Saturday, March 21, 2015

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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Chapter wise solutions to H C Verma’s Concepts of Physics Part 1

Problems from H C Verma‘s Concepts of Physics is considered a must work out assignment by most of the IIT aspirants.
Here you can find the solutions to the problems chapterwise. The downloads are based on the old edition of HC Verma’s Concepts of Physics. In case the book is revised, the answers and solutions may not match. Students will have to use your senses to find out. We cannot reproduce the questions for reasons known to all.
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  1. CHAPTER 1
  2. CHAPTER 2
  3. CHAPTER 3
  4. CHAPTER 4
  5. CHAPTER 5

Solutions to HC Verma's Concepts of Physics :: PART II

Rotational Mechanics – HC Verma’s Concepts of Physics – Solution

HC Verma’s Concepts of Physics - Chapter 10 - Question 15
Find the moment of inertia of a uniform square plate of mass m and edge a about one of its diagonals.
The question was posted by Ankit
Let the moment of inertia about the axis through the centre of the square plate perpendicular to the plane, assumed to be along Z axis, be I. Now the square plate will be in the XY plane. Let the X axis and Y axis be parallel to the edges and passing through the centre.
Then, we know that Ix = Iy = ma2/12
Then, according to perpendicular axis theorem,

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Reference Books in Physics Suggested by CBSE for class XI and XII students

1.      Fundamentals of Physics

-         David Halliday, Robert Resnick, Jearl Walker        Asian Books Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi

2.      Facets of Physics :  A conceptual Approach    West Publishing Company

3.      University Physic
-         H.D Young, M.W.Zemansky and F.W.Sears        Narosa Pub. House

4.      Physics – Foundations and Frontiers
-         George Gamow and J.M.Clearland        Tata Mcgraw Hill

How evolution has shaped our lungs? A physics perspective

In a study published in European Physical Journal E how evolution has shaped our lungs through successive optimizations of physical parameters such as conservation of energy and speed of delivery. Two French Physicists, Bernard Sapoval and Marcel Filoche from École Polytechnique in Palaiseau, France, are involved in the research.
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Semiconductor Devices :: Some Questions for Practice

  1. Draw a circuit diagram of OR gate.
  2. What is a logic gate?
  3. What types of charge-carriers are there in a n-type semi conductor?
  4. Give the logical symbol of an AND gate. Mark the inputs and outputs.
  5. Draw the logic symbol for a NAND gate.
  6. Which biasing will make the resistance of p-n junction high?
  7. Write the truth table for OR gate.
  8. What is the change in the collector current, in a transistor of a.c. current gain 150, for a 100µA change in its base current?
  9. When the voltage drop across a p-n junction diode is increased from 0.65V to 0.70V, the change in the diode current is 5mA. What is the dynamic resistance of the diode?
  10. How does conductivity of a semiconductor change with rise in its temperature?
  11. Draw a p-n junction with reverse bias.
  12. What is the order of energy gap in a semiconductor?
  13. Give the ratio of the number of holes and the number of conduction electrons in an intrinsic semiconductor.
  14. In the given diagram, is the diode D forward or reversed biased?
  15. Convert the number 39 into binary system.

Revision Questions for AISSE Physics for SA 1

  1. Define electric potential difference?
  2. Why is an ammeter connected in series in a circuit?
  3. Why is a voltmeter connected in parallel in a circuit?
  4. State the law that governs the strength of the current passing through a metallic conductor when a p.d is applied across its end. Illustrate this law graphically?
  5. State the law which governs the amount of heat produced in a metallic conductor when current is passed through it for a given time. Express this law mathematically?
  6. Define resistance. What are the factors on which it depends?
  7. A copper wire of resitivity P is stretched to reduce its diameter to half its previous value. What is the new resistivity?
  8. Define the S I unit of electric current and potential difference.
  9. Derive expressions for equivalent resistance of resistors connected in a. series combination b. parallel.  combination
  10. What is an electric fuse? Explain its function.

Revision Questions for AISSE Physics SA 2

  1. What are the differences between real image and virtual image?
  2. The radius of curvature of a concave mirror is -46cm.What is its focal length?
  3. How will you identify a plane mirror, a concave mirror and a convex mirror without touching their surface?
  4. Which mirror has a wider field of view? Why?
  5. What happens to a ray of light when it travels from a rarer medium to a denser medium?
  6. What will be the signs of u, v and f for a convex lens as per sign convention?
  7. State Snell's law of refraction?
  8.  A lens always forms a diminished, erect and virtual image .Identify the nature of the lens?
  9. Where should an object be placed so that a real and inverted image of the same size is formed using a convex lens?
  10. How is the power of a lens related to its focal length?
  11. What is the S I unit of power of a lens? Define.

Clear your concepts - 1 (plus two - electrostatics)

If you are preparing for entrance exams like AIEEE, IIT-JEE, AIIMS, etc. then your concepts should be very very clear. To clarify your concepts keep answering the questions that will appear in this series of clear your concepts.

1. What is the minimum value of permitivity?
2. What is the minimum value of relative permitivity?
3. Does coulomb force between two charges depends upon the presence of other charges in their neighbourhood?
4. Can the charge distribution be really continuous in strictest sense of term?
5. It is difficult to carry out electrostatic experiments on humid days. Why?
6. A negatively charged rod attracts a suspended object. Can we conclude that the object is positively charged?
7. Repulsion is the sure test of electrification. Explain.

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Monday, March 9, 2015

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Saturday, March 7, 2015

A Question from Optics

In method of determining refractive index of transparent liquid with help of convex lens and plane mirror ,an equi double convex lens of refractive index 1.5 has been taken….
Sir plzzzz tell what is the relation for refractive index of liquid of convex lens and that of combination


Can you answer?