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Paper : IIT-JEE Physics Mains Question Paper Of Year 2000

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&enera' Instructions : %# There are ten questions in this paper. Attempt all Questions. 2# Answer each question starting on a new page. The corresponding question number must be written in the left margin. Answer all the parts of a question at one place only. (# Use only Arabic numerals (0, 1, !!!!."# in answering the questions irrespecti$e of the language in which your answer. )# Use of logarithmic tables is not permitted. *# Use of calculator is not permitted.

PA+T , %# (a# A hydrogen li%e atom of atomic number & is in an e'cited state of quantum number n. (t can emit a ma'imum energy photon of 0) e*. (f it ma%es a transition to quantum state n, a photon of energy )0.+ e* is emitted. ,ind n, & and the ground state energy (in e*# of this atom. Also calculate the minimum energy (in e*# that can be emitted by this atom during de-e'citation. .round state energy of hydrogen atom is /10.1 e*. (b# 2hen a beam of 10.1 e* photons of intensity .0 23m falls on a platinum surface of area 1.0 4 10 m and wor% function 5.1 e*, 0.506 of the incident photons e7ect photoelectrons. ,ind the number of photoelectrons emitted per second and their minimum and ma'imum energies (in e*#. Ta%e 1e* 8 1.1 4 10 9.
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2# (a# A con$e' lens of focal length 15 cm and a conca$e mirror of focal length 00 cm are %ept with their optic a'is :Q and ;< parallel but separated in $ertical direction by 0.1 cm as shown. The distance between the lens and mirror is 00 cm. An upright ob7ect A= of height 1. cm is placed on the optic a'is :Q of the lens at a distance of 0 cm from the lens. (f A> => is the image after refraction from the lens and the

reflection from the mirror, find the distance of A> => from the pole of the mirror and

obtain its magnification. Also locate positions of A> and => with respect to the optic a'is ;<. (b# A glass plate of refracti$e inde' 1.5 is coated with a thin layer of thic%ness t and refracti$e inde' 1.+. ?ight of wa$elength l tra$elling in air is incident normally on the layer. (t is partly reflected at the upper and the lower surfaces of the layer and the two reflected rays interfere. 2rite the condition for their constructi$e interference constructi$ely. (# A 0.1 m long pipe resonates with a source of frequency 1 .5 @A when water le$el is at certain heights in the pipe. ,ind the heights of water le$el (from the bottom of the pipe# at which resonances occur. Beglect end correction. Bow the pipe is filled to a height @ (C0.1 m#. A small hole is drilled $ery close to its bottom and water is allowed to lea%. Dbtain an e'pression for the rate of fall of water le$el in the pipe as a function of @. (f the radii of the pipe and the hole are 4 10 m and 1 4 10 m respecti$ely, calculate the time inter$al between the occurrence of first two resonances. <peed of sound in air is 0)0 m3s and g 8 10 m3s .
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)# Two moles of an ideal monoatomic gas is ta%en through a cycle A=EA as shown in the :/T diagram. Furing the process A=, pressure and temperature of the gas $ary such that :T 8 constant. (f T1 8 000 G, calculate

(A# the wor% done on the gas in the process A= and (=# the heat absorbed or released by the gas in each of the processes .i$e answers in terms of the gas constant ;. *# A thermocole $essel contains 0.5 Gg of distilled water at 00oE. A metal coil of are 5 4 10 m , number of turns 100, mass 0.01 Gg and resistance 1.1 2 is lying horiAontally at the bottom of the $essel. A uniform time $arying magnetic field is set up to pass $ertically through the coil at time t 8 0. The field is first increased from Aero to 0.+ T at a constant rate between 0 and 0. s and then decreased to Aero at the same rate between 0. and 0.)s. The cycle is repeated 1 000 times. Ha%e s%etches of the current through the coil and the power dissipated in the coil as a function of time for the first two cycles. Elearly indicate the magnitudes of the quantities on the a'es. Assume that no heat is lost to the $essel or the surroundings. Fetermine the final temperature of the water under thermal equilibrium. <pecific heat of metal 8 500 93Gg/G and the specific heat of water 8 ) 00 93Gg/G. Beglect the inductance of coil.
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-# ,our point charges I + mE, / 1 mE and I + mE are fi'ed at the points -J( K3 # m,-

J(03 # m,IJ(03 # m andIJ( K3 # m respecti$ely on the y-a'is. A particle of mass 1 4 10 Gg and charge I 0.1mE mo$es along the /' direction. (ts speed at ' 8 I L is * . ,ind the least $alues of * for which the particle will cross the origin. ,ind also the %inetic energy of the particle at the origin. Assume that space is gra$ity free. 13)p M 8 " 4 10 Bm 3E .
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.# A circular loop of radius ; is bent along aType equation here. diameter and gi$en a shape as shown in figure. Dne of the semicircles (GBH# lies in the '-A plane and the other one (G?H# in the y-A plane with their centres at origin. Eurrent ( is flowing through each of the semicircles as shown in figure.

(a# A particle of charge q is released at the origin with a $elocity $ector *8-* i. ,ind the instantaneous force $ector , on the particle. Assume that space is gra$ity free.
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(b# (f an e'ternal uniform magnetic field =0 7 is applied, determine the force $ectors , N , on the semicircles G?H and GBH due to the field and the net force $ector , on the loop.
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/# An ob7ect A is %ept fi'ed at the point ' 8 0 m and y 8 1. 5 m on a plan% : raised abo$e the ground. At time t 8 0 the plan% starts mo$ing along the I '

direction with an acceleration 1.5 m3s . At the same instant a stone is pro7ected from the origin with a $elocity $ector u as shown. A stationary person on the ground obser$es the stone hitting the ob7ect during its downward motion at an angle of )5o to the horiAontal. All the motions are in O-P plane. ,ind $ector u and the time after which the stone hits the ob7ect. Ta%e g 8 10 m3s . 0# A rod A= of mass H and length ? is lying on a horiAontal frictionless surface. A particle of mass m tra$elling along the surface hits the end QA> of the rod with a $elocity *0 in a direction perpendicular to A=. The collision is elastic. After the collision the particle comes to rest. (a# ,ind the ratio m3H.

(b# A point : on the rod is at rest immediately after collision. ,ind the distance A:. (c# ,ind the linear speed of the point : after a time p?30* after the collision.
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%0# (n the figure masses m , m and H are 0 Gg, 5 Gg and 50 Gg respecti$ely. The coefficient of friction between H and ground is Aero. The coefficient of friction between m and H and that between m and ground is 0.0. The pulleys and the strings are massless. The string is perfectly horiAontal between : and m and also between : and m . The string is perfectly $ertical between : and : . An e'ternal horiAontal force , is applied to the mass H. Ta%e g 8 10 m3s .
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(a# Fraw a free body diagram of mass H, clearly showing all the forces. (b# ?et the magnitude of the force of friction between m and H be f and f . ,ind f and f . 2rite equations of motion of all the masses. ,ind ,, tension in the string and accelerations of the masses.
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