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Junior Science College


ANDHERI / BORI VALI / DADAR / NERUL / POWAI / THANE

STD: XII MT-CET EXAMINATION 2013
DATE:20/04/2013 PHYSICS SOLUTION

Topics : .Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei, Electromagnetic Induction, Electrons & Photons
3. (a) As work function for barium is less. The maximum K.E. of photoelectrons will be more for
barium as follows from the Einsteins photoelectric equation
4. (d) 1/2mv
2
= hu -h
0
u = 4.8-2.5=2.3eV
= 2.31.610
-19

= 3.68 10
-19
J
5. (a) As long as hc > W0, work function has no effect on the current. So work factions
does not play any role here. Further the photoelectric current is proportional to
intensity of light. Here there is no change in the intensity of light I
1
= I
2

6. (c ) E = hu =hc / , = hc/E
The ratio
1
/
2
= E
2
/E
1
= 2.5/5 =1/2
i.e. 1:2

7. (a) According to Keplers law.

3/2
1

r
| |

|
\ .

1
2

=
3/2
2
1
r
r
| |
|
\ .
=
3/2
2r
r
| |
|
\ .
= 2 2 : 1.
8. (a) E
1
=
1
hc

= 1.81 eV = hc =
1
2
mv
2
+ W
0

E
2
=
2
hc

= 1.81 + 1.81 eV = 2 181 eV = hc


=
1
2
mv
2
+ W
0


2
1

=
1
2
;
2
=
1
2
1
=
1
2
686 = 343nm.
9. (c) E =
hc

or
2
1
E
E
=
1
2


E
2
= E
1

1
2

2.5
5000
1
| |
|
\ .
= 2.5 5000 eV
10. (a) K.E = hu h
0
u =
hc

- W
0

=
-34 8
-7
6.6 10 3 10
5 10
- 1.9 1.6 10
-19

=
6.6 3
5
10
-19
3.1 10
-19

=(3.9 - 3.1)eV ~ 0.58ev
11. (c) W
0
=hc/
0

0
= hc/ W
0
=
-34 8
-19
6.6 10 3 10
3.1 1.6 10

=
7 0
4.0 10 4000 m A

=

12. (b) Vs . e = E w
0

Vs . e = 6 ev 2.1ev
Vs = 3.9 V but stopping potential is always negative hence Vs = -3.9V.
13. (c)
1
u = 4 10
15
Hz
2
u = 6 10
15
Hz
h
1
u = h
0
u + E
1

h
2
u = h
0
u + E
2
...(i)
3h
1
u = 3h
0
u + E
2
...(ii)
3h
1
u - h
2
u = 2h
0
u
3h
1
u -
2
u = 2
0
u
= 3 10
15
Hz
14. (a)
1
u = 5v
0
, v
1
= 8 10
6
m/s,
2
u = 2
0
u . V
2
= ?
h
1
u = h
0
u +
s

5h
0
u = h
0
u +
2
1
mv
4h
0
u =
2
1
mv
In second case,
2h
0
u = h
0
u +
1
2

2
2
mv
h
0
u =
1
2
2
2
mv

2
2
2
1
v
v
=
1
4

v
2
=
1
v
2
=
6
8 10
2
= 4 10
6
m/s
15. (c) Energy of photon,
E =
hc

=
-34 8
6.62 10 3 10
198.6
= 10
-27

No.of photons emitted per sec =
3
-27
10
10

= 10
30

16. (b) Energy of photon emitted = hc/ ; the energy of light falling per second per unit
area of a metal surface = P/(4t r
2
)
No. of photons falling per second per unit area of metal surface =
2
P
4r


hc

=
-7
2 -34 8
20 4.8 10
4 3.14 2 6.6 10 3 10

= 9.64 10
17
20. (a) r
n
= n
2
r
1
n
2
=
n
1
r
r
=
-10
-10
2.12 10
0.53 10
= 4
n = 2
21. (b) T
1
=
1
1
2r
v
=
-10
6
2 3.14 0.53 10
2.2 10

= 1.5 10
-6
second
22. (b) E = E
4
- E
2
=
1 1
E E
-
16 4
= 2.55ev
23. (c) For

H line p = 2, n = 4
For

H line p = 2, n = 6

H
=
16
3R
,
H
=
36
8R


H
=
H

36 3R

8R 16
=
4860 27
32
= 4100A
24. (c)
0
N
N
=
n
1
2
| |
|
\ .
=
15/5
1
2
| |
|
\ .
=
1/3
1
2
| |
|
\ .
=
1
8

Fraction decayed = N
0
N = N
0
-
0
N
8

=
7
8
N
0

25. (a) 32 days = 16 2 i.e 16 half lifes = 2
4

amount of simple left =
4
16gram
2

=
3
16 10 mg
16 16 16 16

= <1mg.
26. (c) =
h
mv
=
-34
-31 5
6.63 10
9.1 10 6.6 10 m/s

= 1.1 10
-9
m (Here m ~ mo)
27. (a) =
12.26
V
=
12.26
60
=
12.26
7.746
= 1.582 A
28. (d) E = E
3
E
1
= -1.51 + 13.6 = 12.09eV
29. (d) I = mr
2
= m
2 4 4
0
2 2 4
n h
m e
=
2 4 4
0
2 4
n h
me

30. (d)
4 2
3 2
E - E
E - E
=
-Rch Rch
+
16 4
-Rch Rch
+
9 4
=
27
20
,
1
2

=
20
27

31. (c)
1
=
1
h
p
=
1
h
2mE
, E
1
=
1
2
mv
2

2
=
2
h
2mE


2
1

=
1
2
E
E
=
150
600
=
1
2
,
2
= 0.5 A
32. (d) r
2
4, r
3
9 n = 2 and n = 3
f
3
1
n

2
3
f
f
=
27
8

33. (b) u = RC
2 2
1 1
-
p n
(
(


= 10
7
3 10
8

1 1
-
4 16
(
(

=
15
9 10
16
Hz
34. (b) As e = L
dI
dt
= L
d
dt
(I
0
sin t)
e = LI
0
1
e
max
= 0.005 10 100t = 5 t .


35. (d) X
L
= L = 2t n L
= 2t 50 0.2 = 2t ohm
Z =
2 2
L
R + X =
2 2
20 + (20 ) = 65.96 t
I =
e
Z
=
220
65.96
= 3.3A
36. (b) Max. energy stored in a capacitor, E
1
=
2
Q
2C
.
When energy is stored equally between the electric and magnetic fields, then energy
in the capacitor is E
2
=
1
2
E
1
If Q is the charge on the capacitor in this

case, then E
2
=
2
Q'
2C

2
Q'
2C
=
1
2

2
Q
2C

Q =
Q
2

37. (b) Maximum power is imparted at resonance .
f
r
=
1
2 LC

C =
2 2
r
1
4 f L
=
2
1
4 3.14 3.14 (50) 2

= 10
-6
F = 1 F

38. (d) e =
d
dt
|
=
d
dt
(6t
2
5t + 1)
= 2 6t 5 = 12t 5; at t = 0.25
e = 12 0.25 5 = -2V
I =
e
R
=
-2
10
= 0.2A
39. (a) =
output power
input power
100%
=
2 2
1 1
I V
I V
100% =
90 11
5 220
100% = 90%
40. (d) At resonance Z = R I
o
=
o
e
R

41. (a) X
L
= 2t fL = 2 3.14 50 0.5= 157O
42. (b) X
L
= 2t fL =
1
2
L
L
X
X
=
1
2
f
f

X
L2
=
1 2 L
1
f X
f

=
200 10
50
= 40O
43. (a) Resistance of bulb
R =
V
I
=
2
V
IV
=
2
V
P
=
2
(200)
100
= 400O
Power consumed by bulb e.I = e
e
R

=
160 160
400
= 64W
44. (a) X
L
= 2 3.14 50 0.011 = 31.10O
Z =
2 2
L
R + X
=
4
10 + 967.2
= 10967.2 = 104.72
cos | = R/Z
cos | =
100
104.72

cos | = 0.954
Alternative Method :
The value of | is always less than 1.
The answer must be 0.954

45. (b) Power = e.1 cos | =
2
e
Z
cos | =
220 220
110
0.5
= 220W
47. (a) Z =
2 2
L C
R + (X - X )
R = 0; X
L
= X
C
Z = 0
48. (a) In series LR circuit, power factor,
cos
1
| =
R
Z
=
2 2
L
R
R + X

as X
L
= 3R
=
2 2
R
R 9R +
=
R
R 10
=
1
10

When capacitor with X
c
= R is added in series new power factor,
cos
1
| =
R
Z
=
2 2
L C
R
R + (X - X )

cos
2
| =
2 2
L C
R
R + (X - X )
=
R
R 5


cos
cos
2
1
|
|
=
1
5
.
10
1
= 2
49. (a) Here, n = 80%
E
p
I
p
= 4kW = 4000W E
p
= 100 V, E
s
= 200V
I
p
=
p p
p
E I
E
=
4000
100
= 40A
=
s s
p p
E I
E I


80
100
=
s
200I
4000
=
s
I
20

I
s
=
20 80
100
= 16A
50. (d) Magnetic field at the centre of primary coil is B = I
1
/ 2R
1
. Considering it to be
uniform , magnetic flux passing through secondary coil is

2
| = BA =
0 1
1
I
2R

2
2
(R )
Now, M =
2
1
I
|
=
2
0 2
1
R
2R
M
2
2
1
R
R



























EDUCATIONAL TRUSTS

Junior Science College
ANDHERI / BORI VALI / DADAR / NERUL / POWAI / THANE

STD: XII MT-CET EXAMINATION 2013
DATE:20/04/2013 CHEMISTRY SOLUTION

Topics : Chemical Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics

Solution
8. Liquid to gas, An = 1 mole, W = - AnRT, W = -1 2 500
= -1000 cal.
For 3 mole W = -3 kcal
As expansion takes place W is negative, Latent heat of
vaporization for 3 moles = 3 10 = 30 kcal.
A u = q +w, Au = 30 -3 = 27 kcal.
11. C + O
2
CO
2
, An = 0, AH = Au + AnRT
AH = Au
AH = -94 kcal.
15.
( )
2(s) 2
g
I I , AH
1
= 57.3 KJ eqn (1) (11)

2(s) 2
I I (l) AH
2
= 15 . 5 KJ AH = 57.3 15.5

( ) ( )
2 2
l g
I I ,AH= ? = + 41. 8 KJ.
22. sp. conductance = obs. Conductance cell constant
=
3
1
1.15
2.5 10


= 4.6 10
-4

Equivalent conductance =
4
K 1000 4.6 10 1000
Normality 0.1


=
= 4.6
27. eq. wt of Ni =
At.mass 58.71
29.35
valency 2
= =
35. Q = It = 2 30 60 = 3600 C
If liberate
c
2
= 35.5 gm
3600 C will liberate =
35.5
3600
96500

= 1.32 gm.
40. r = K[A]
n
100 r = K [10A]
n

This
n
1 1
100 10
| |
=
|
\ .
n = 2.
42.
1
2
2 t =30 min

1
2
t = 15 min
93.75% of Reaction to be completed

1
2
4 t = 4 15 = 60 min.
46. Applying r
1
= K [G]
x
[H]
y

X = 1 y = 2
Overall order = 3

50. 2.303 Log
2 2 1
1 1 2
k T T Ea
k R T T
(
=
(


T
1
=280 K.
T
2
= 290 K,
2
1
k
k
= 2
In same way factor will change
From 17
0
C to 27
0
C will be 1.91 (B)






Exp.
No
[G] [H] Rate
1. a b R
2. 2a 2b 8r
3. 2a b 2r
EDUCATIONAL TRUSTS

Junior Science College
ANDHERI / BORI VALI / DADAR / NERUL / POWAI / THANE

STD: XII MT-CET EXAMINATION 2013
DATE:20/04/2013 MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS SOLUTION

Topics : Vector,3D, line, plane
Solution :
18. use legranges identity
(axb)
2
= a
2
.b
2
(a.b)
2

a.b= 11
correct option is (b)

14. pxq = qxr
Pxq qxr = 0
Pxq+rxq +qxq = 0
(P+q+r)xq = 0
p+q+r = 0 as q is non zero
Correct option is (b)

42. Given A=(3,8,2). Let P be any point on the line
Therefore P(2r+1,4r+3,3r+2)
D.R of AP are (2r-2,4r-5,3r)
If AP is parallel to plane 3x+2y-2z+15 = 0, then it is perpendicular to its normal
Therefore (2r-2)(3) +(4r-5)(2) +3r(-2) = 0
6r-6+8r-10-6r = 0
Therefore r = 2
Therefore P=(5,11,8)
And AP = 4 9 36 = 7
Correct option is (b)

44. base points (-1,3,-2) and (0,7,-7) both must satisfy correct option
Correct option is (c)