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6.

Capacitance

1.

When a glass plate is placed between the plates of

original value. The value of dielectric constant

2.

air condenser is connected with a battery. Its

charge, potential, electric field and energy

are Qo , Vo , Eo and Uo respectively. In order to fill

the complete space between the plates a dielectric

slab is inserted, the battery is still connected.

Now the corresponding values Q, V , E and U are in

will be

(a) 1.6

(b) 5

(c) 8

(d) 40

then disconnected. A dielectric slab is then

7.

(a) Q Qo

(b) V Vo

(c) E Eo

(d) U Uo

plate, reduction in stored energy, but no

change in the charge on the plates

8.

which has been raised to a potential V is given by

3.

(a)

expression ( q = charge on the conductor and C =

(c) CV

its capacity)

9.

[MP PMT 1989]

(a)

q

2C

(c) 2qC

4.

(b)

1

CV 2

2

(d)

1

2 VC

and then brought in contact

(b)

q

C

conserved

(d)

q

2C 2

conserved

its potential is 100 volts . The energy released on

(c) Both

conserved

5.

1

CV

2

957

(a) 0 . 02 Joule

(b) 0 . 04 Joule

(d) 0 . 05 Joule

the

total

energy

and

charge

are

original potentials of the two spheres

10.

separated

[NCERT 1971]

(b) An increase in the energy of the system

Q1 R 2 Q2 R1

[NCERT

958 Electrostatics

(c) Charge on the 25 cm sphere will be greater

11.

17.

Pb. PET 2004; J & K CET 2005]

12.

(a) 8 times

(b) 4 times

(c) 2 times

(d) 32 times

A condenser of capacity

18.

connected together when they have the same

[MP PMT 1984; CPMT 1971, 83]

50 F is charged to

(a) Capacitance or

(c) Resistance

13.

(a) 2 . 5 10 3 joule

(b) 2 . 5 10 4 joule

(c) 5 10 2 joule

(d) 1 . 2 10 8 joule

Q

ratio (b)

V

19.

(d) Potential or

plates is halved will be

[CPMT 1984]

(a) 4 C

14.

(c)

in air and 110 F when immersed in an oil. The

Q

ratio

C

Charge

20.

(b) 2 C

C

2

(d)

C

4

dielectric constant ' k ' of the oil is[CPMT 1985; J & K CET 2004]

The ratio between the potentials of the bigger

(a) 0.45

(b) 0.55

(c) 1.10

15.

(d) 2.20

capacitor is d and the area of each plate is A .

When a slab of material of dielectric

constant k and thickness t(t d ) is introduced

between the plates, its capacitance becomes

21.

(c)

16.

0 A

1

d t1

k

0 A

1

d t1

k

(b)

(d)

(c) 2 : 1

(d) 1 : 8

drop. The potential of the big drop is larger than

0 A

1

d t1

k

0 A

1

d t1

k

(b) 4 : 1

(a)

(a) 8 : 1

NCERT 1984; MP PMT 1996; MP PET 2002]

22.

(a) 1000

(b) 100

(c) 10

(d) 1

on

is

[CPMT 1974; MP PMT 2000; JIPMER 2002]

(b) The thickness of plates

[CPMT 1975]

(b) Decreased proportional to

1

2

Electrostatics

(c) Increased proportional to

23.

(a)

If the spacing between the two spheres is 1 mm ,

24.

(b) 6 m

(c) 5 cm

(d) 3 m

30.

k and

[CPMT 1989]

31.

respectively, then a

[EAMCET 1986]

(a) 47 . 7 m

(b) 4.77 m

(c) 477 m

of dielectric constant K, the capacity

32.

(d) Remains constant

potential V are combined to form a big drop. If

the charge on the small drop is q , then the charge

33.

(a) 2q

(b) 4 q

(c) 16 q

(d) 64 q

The capacity of

increases with the

parallel

plate

capacitor

34.

(a) 240 pF

(b) 240 F

(c) 240 F

terminals of a battery. The distance between the

plates is 6 mm . If a glass plate (dielectric

constant K 9 ) of 4 .5 mm is introduced between

them, then the capacity will become

(a) 2 times

(c) 3 times

(d) 4 times

and r2

distance

(c) Increase of its area

spherical condenser are 12 cm and 9 cm . The

dielectric constant of the medium between them

is 6. The capacity of the condenser will be

of

its

(a) From P to Q

(b) From Q to P

r1 and r2 respectively (r1 r2 ) . They are connected

from Q to P

charge. The charge will be greater

35.

29.

28.

(b) No

radius of the equivalent capacity of the sphere

will be

27.

(d) 4 0 R 2

26.

4 0

R

25.

(b)

(a) Yes

be denoted by

R

0

(c) 4 0 R

(a) 30 cm

959

[MP PMT 2002]

and

2 Q , the stored energy will be

(a) 2W

(b) W / 2

(c) 4 W

(d) W / 4

system is

36.

plate of thickness t1 and dielectric constant k 1 is

960 Electrostatics

placed. In the rest of the space, there is another

plate of thickness t 2 and dielectric constant k 2 .

The potential difference across the condenser will

be

[MP PET 1993]

(a)

Q

A 0

Q

(c)

A 0

37.

t1 t 2

k

1 k2

(b)

k1 k 2

t

1 t2

0 Q

A

t1 t 2

k

1 k2

41.

(a) The electric intensity between the plates will

decrease

(b) The electric intensity between the plates will

increase

Q

(d) 0 (k 1 t1 k 2 t 2 )

A

remain unchanged

condenser is 4 mm and potential difference

is 60 volts . If the distance between the plates is

42.

become 180 volts

(b) The P.D. will become 20 volts

43.

(d) The charge on condenser will reduce to one

third

(b) 4

(c) 6

(d) 8

plate condenser with air between its plates are

respectively Co and Wo . If the air is replaced by

(a) 5 Co , 5 Wo

then its capacity will be

(c)

(a) 7C / 2

(b) 3C / 7

(c) 7C / 3

(d) 9C / 4

44.

(d)

between its plates, then

(a) The charge on the condenser will be doubled

Co

, 5Wo

5

(b) 5 Co ,

45.

W0

5

Co Wo

,

5 5

parallel plate capacitor is

condenser is 8 mm and P.D. 120 volts . If a 6 mm

(a)

q

2 0 AK

(b)

q

0 AK

(c)

q

2 0 A

(d)

q2

2 0 A 2 K

battery of potential V in parallel. The distance

between its plates is reduced to half at once,

to half

40.

(a) 2

the capacity of the plates and the energy stored in

it will respectively be

distance d apart and its capacity is C . If a plate of

39.

When the plate separation is doubled and the

space is filled with wax, the capacitance increases

to 2 pF . The dielectric constant of wax is [MNR 1998; KCET 2005]

increased to 12 mm , then

38.

(a) CV / 4

(c) 3 CV / 4

6

between

its

plates.

The

capacity

of

the

46.

(b) CV / 2

(d) CV 2

condenser will be

(a) 144 10 9 F

(b) 40 pF

(c) 160 pF

(d) 1 . 44 F

KCET 2000; Kerala PET 2002]

(a) V

(b) V / N

[AFMC

Electrostatics

(c) V N

47.

(d) V N

2/3

plate is

(a) 5

(b) 1.25

(c) 4

(d) 2.5

48.

961

6 F

capacitor

is

charged

from

53.

the plates of a charged condenser is F . If one

10 volts

to 20 volts . Increase in energy will be [CPMT 1987, 97; BCECE 2004]

49.

(a) 18 10 4 J

(b) 9 10 4 J

(c) 4 .5 10 4 J

(d) 9 10 6 J

aluminium is placed in between the plates of the

54.

(a) 0

(b) F / 2

(c) F

(d) 2 F

20 cm[AIEEE

and 2003]

10 cm

150 micro coulomb

Al strip

increase

55.

or

(a) 9 10 6 volts

(b) 4 . 5 10 6 volts

(c) 1 . 8 10 7 volts

(d) 13 . 5 10 6 volts

be

[CPMT 1974]

equally and similarly charged. They are then

united to form a bigger drop. By what factor will

the electrical potential changes

[MP PET 1991; MP PMT 1994; RPET 2001]

51.

(a) 9 times

(b) 27 times

(c) 6 times

(d) 3 times

earthed. For increasing its capacitance

56.

(a) 3

(b) 6

(c) 8

(d)

is kept on a

capacitance

(of

which

the

plates

between the plates. When the plate S

[MP PET 1991]

C

+ + + + + +

(d) The earthing of the outer sphere is removed

The plates of parallel plate capacitor are charged

upto 100 V . A 2mm thick plate is inserted between

is

is left

[CPMT 1988]

spheres

are

S

52.

each

decrease

50.

have

wire is

respectively,

962 Electrostatics

[MP PMT 1992; MH CET (Med.) 2001; UPSEAT 1999]

the other end

(c) It is pulled between the plates and will remain

there

57.

62.

(a) 9 km

(b) 10 m

(c) 1.11 m

(d) 1.11 cm

the slab is inserted) and work done on the system

in question in the process of inserting the slab,

then state incorrect relation from the following

a potential of 100 volts . If the space between the

63.

constant 10, the potential difference between the

0 AV

d

(b) W

0 AV

2kd

(c) E

V

kd

(d) W

0 AV 2 1

1

2d

k

not depend on

[MP PET 1994]

(a) Area of the plates

plates will be

(c) 10 volts

(d) Zero

parallel plate condenser 40 mm

in diameter,

64.

in

(b) 0.1 mm

(c) 1.0 mm

(d) 10 mm

65.

between the parallel plates of a capacitor which

remains connected to a battery, then charge on

plates relative to earlier charge

[MP PET 1992]

(b) 100000

(c) 25000

(d) 4000000

charged spherical condenser

(b) Is constant

(c) Increases with distance from the centre

(d) Decreases with distance from the centre

66.

capacitor is d . A metal plate of thickness d / 2 is

placed between the plates. The capacitance would

then be

[MP PMT 1994]

(b) Is same

(c) Is more

(d) May be less or more depending on the nature

of the material introduced

if its radius is nearly

(a) 100

(a) Is zero

(a) Is less

there is 1mm thick paper of dielectric constant 4.

It is charged at 100 volt . The electric field in

volt / metre between the plates of the capacitor is

1 metre is

(a) 0 . 01mm

[IIT 199

(a) Q

increases

61.

denote

60.

59.

and

58.

Q, E

67.

(a) Unchanged

(b) Halved

(c) Zero

(d) Doubled

On charging the capacitor

[MP PMT 1994; MP PET 1997; KCET 2002]

[MP PM

Electrostatics

963

capacitor

capacitor

of the capacitor only

(d) The energy stored depends upon the time for

which the capacitor is charged

68.

fully charged

intervals

72.

dielectric slab is inserted between the plates.

During this process

(b) Work is done at the cost of the energy already

stored in the capacitor before the slab is

inserted

73.

(d) Work is done at the cost of both the capacitor

and the battery

69.

separation between the parallel plates is 6 mm . A

copper plate of

symmetrically

3 mm

70.

74.

thickness is introduced

between

the

plates.

(a) 5 F

(b) 7 . 5 F

(c) 22 . 5 F

(d) 30 F

The

(a) 2

(b) 1

(c) 4

(d) 8

4 cm . To make the capacity of this plate capacitor

equal to that of 20 cm diameter sphere, the

distance between the plates will be

(a) 4 10 3 m

(b) 1 10 3 m

(c) 1cm

(d) 1 10 3 cm

of radii a and b respectively. The space between

the two is filled with air. The difference between

the capacities of two condensers formed when

outer sphere is earthed and when inner sphere is

earthed will be

[MP PET 1996]

(a) Zero

(b) 4 0 a

(c) 4 0 b

b

(d) 4 0 a

ba

effect of filling the space between the plates with

a dielectric is to increase

75.

figure, will be (area of plate A )

71.

separation between the plates is doubled and a

dielectric medium is introduced between the

plates. If the capacity now becomes 2C , the

dielectric constant of the medium is

(a)

initially open. When the switch S is closed, which

0 A

(b)

d1 d 2 d 3

K K K

2

3

1

[MP PMT 1995]

(c)

76.

capacitor starts charging

d1

K1

0 A(K1 K 2 K 3 )

d1 d 2 d 3

AK 1 AK 2 AK 3

(d) 0

d2

d3

d1

0 A

d1 d 2 d 3

K K K

2

3

1

d3

K2

K3

d2

the plates of a charged capacitor

964 Electrostatics

(a) Is directly proportional to the distance between

82.

(b) Is

50 C are charged to a potential of 100 volts and

the plates

inversely

proportional

to

the

distance

2

the plates

77.

connected by means of a fine wire. The loss of

energy

will

be 1996]

[MP

PMT

[MP PMT 1997]

C

4

(b) 4 C

C

2

(d) 2 C

84.

1

CV 2

2

(a) Zero

(b)

(c) CV 2

(d) 2CV 2

to

(c)

xR

(R x )

R (R x )

x

(b)

x (R x )

r

(d)

R

x

[MP PMT 1997]

12

(a)

0 A

35

charge

Q0 ,

voltage

V0

(c)

85.

(a) 3 Q0 , 3 V0 , 3 E0

(b) Q0 , 3 V0 , 3 E0

V

(c) Q0 , 0 , 3 E0

3

V E

(d) Q0 , 0 , 0

3 3

5000

0 A

7

2

(b) 0 A

3

(d) 1500 0 A

to a constant voltage battery of 12 V . Now the

will be respectively

dielectric constant 5. The charge that flows now

from battery to the capacitor is

[MP PMT 1997]

(a) 120 C

(b) 699 C

(c) 480 C

(d) 24 C

81.

(d) 12 . 5 10 2 J

(a)

80.

(c) 25 10 2 J

(c)

79.

(b) 12 . 5 10 2 J

(a)

78.

83.

(a) 25 10 J

(a) 7 . 2 10 3 V

(b) 7 . 2 10 2 V

(c) 1 . 44 10 2 V

(d) 1 . 44 10 3 V

86.

potential of 50 volts are combined to form a single

drop. The potential of the new drop will be

(a) 50 V

(b) 250 V

(c) 500 V

(d) 1250 V

87.

a dielectric slab is introduced between the plates.

The quantity that remains unchanged is

(a) Charge Q

(b) Potential V

(c) Capacity C

(d) Energy U

A 2 F[MP

capacitor

is charged to 100 volt and then its

PET 1997]

plates are connected by a conducting wire. The

heat produced is

[MP PET 1999; Pb. PET 2003]

Electrostatics

(a) 1 J

(b) 0 . 1 J

(c) 0 . 01 J

88.

(c) 15

94.

(d) 0 . 001 J

89.

(a)

CV

2d

(c)

C 2V 2

d2

(b)

C V

2d 2

(d)

V 2d

C

95.

(d)

1 Q

2 C

is

then

filled

with

wax

then separated. The final charges Q1 and Q2 on

(a) 12.0

(b) 10.0

(c) 8.0

(d) 4.2

Q

C

(a) 1 1

Q2 C 2

Q

C

(b) 1 1

Q2 C 2

Q1 C1

(c)

Q2 C 2

Q

C

(d) 1 2

Q2 C1

96.

2C

C

2

giving

the

farads . The

[AMU 1

resultant capacitance is

[AFMC 1993]

(a) Equal to 2 C

(b) Greater than 2 C

(c) Less than 2 C but greater than C

(d) Less than C

97.

(b) 2 C

C

(d)

2

heat produced in joules will be

plate capacitor, if the separation between the

plates is 5 mm

4

(a) 1 . 694 10 9 m 2

(b) 4 .529 10 9 m 2

(c) 9 . 281 10 9 m 2

(d) 12 . 981 10 9 m 2

98.

(a) 1 . 8 10 10 C

(b) 1.8 10 8 C

(c) 1.8 10 20 C

without dielectric. Dielectric of constant 2 is used

to fill half the distance between the plates, the

new capacitance in F is

[EAMCET (Engg.) 1995]

(b) 20

(a) 4 10 J

(b) 4 10 10 J

(c) 4 10 2 J

(d) 2 10 2 J

is 1 / 9 F , is

[KCET 1999; Pb. PET 2001]

0 . 08 m radius and 1 . 0 10 3 m separation. If a P.D.

of 100 volt is applied, the charge will be

(a) 10

12

plates (dielectric constant of oil K 2 ) has a

capacitance C . If the oil is removed, then

capacitance of the capacitor becomes

(c)

93.

1

C

2

plates

92.

1

QV

2

(a)

91.

(b)

90.

(a) QV

(c)

2

(d) 13.33

[EAMCET (Engg.) 1995; CPMT 2000; CBSE PMT 2001]

capacitor of capacitance C and distance of

separation of the plates d with a potential

difference V between the plates, is

2

965

(b) 10 7 m

(a) 10 m

9

(c) 10[ISM

m Dhanbad 1994] (d) 10 8 m

99.

known as

[CPMT 1999; MH CET 2001; Pb. PMT 2004]

(a) Capacitance

(b) Conductance

(c) Inductance

(d) Resistance

picofarad, then its diameter, would be

966 Electrostatics

(a) 1 . 8 10 3 m

(c) 1 . 8 10

(b) 18 10 3 m

(d) 18 10

0.01 mm and use a dielectric (whose dielectric

101. A parallel plate air capacitor is charged to a

potential difference of V. After disconnecting the

battery, distance between the plates of the

to the terminals of the capacitor is

[AMU (Engg.) 1999]

As a result, the potential difference between the

(a) 190 V

(b) 290 V

plates

(c) 95 V

(d) 350 V

[KCET 1999]

(a) Decreases

(b) Increases

How much electrostatic energy is stored in the

C, a potential V, and a charge q, then the

capacitance of the bigger drop will be

[AMU (Engg.) 1999]

capacitor

[KCET 1999]

(a) 1 . 25 10 8 J

(b) 2 . 5 10 7 J

(c) 3 . 5 10 5 J

(d) 4 . 5 10 2 J

(a) C

(b) 4C

(c) 16C

(d) 64C

plates of a parallel plate capacitor charged upto V

volts (See fig.) Forces on protons are FA and FB ,

(a) 17 . 0 10

(c) 9 . 5 10 9 J

(b) 13 . 6 10

[MH CE

(d) 8 . 7 10 7 J

then

[RPET 1999]

(a) FA FB

2 F to 10 F , then change in energy is equal to

(b) FA FB

(c) FA FB

+

+

(a) 2 10 2 J

(b) 2 . 5 10 2 J

(c) 3 . 5 10 2 J

(d) 4 10 2 J

How much electrostatic energy is stored in the

introduced between the plates of a parallel plate

capacitor, the separation between plates has to be

increased by 3 . 5 10 3 m to restore the capacity to

original value. The dielectric constant of the

material will be [AMU (Med.) 1999]

(a) 6

(b) 8

(c) 10

(d) 12

capacitor

[AFMC 2000]

(a) 1 . 5 10

(c) 3 . 5 10 5 J

(b) 2 . 5 10

(d) 4 . 5 10 2 J

15 F , when the distance between its plates is 6

the plates of a charged condenser then electric

field between the plates

[Pb. PMT 1999]

(a) Decreases

(b) Increases

to 2 cm, then the capacity of this parallel plate

condenser will be

[AFMC 2000]

(a) 15 F

(b) 30 F

(c) 45 F

(d) 60 F

[BHU 2

967

Electrostatics

112. When we touch the terminals of a high voltage

capacitor, even after a high voltage has been cut

off, then the capacitor has a tendency to

(a) Restore energy

between the plates is 2mm. If a dielectric slab of

width 1mm and dielectric constant 2 is inserted

(a) 5 C

(b) 10 C

(c) 15 C

(d) 20 C

[AFMC 2000]

metal sheet is inserted between the plates,

parallel to them. If the thickness of the sheet is

half of the separation between the plates. The

capacitance will be

(a)

(a) 2 F

(b) 15 . 5 F

(c) 26 . 6 F

(d) 32 F

C

2[BHU 2000]

(c) 4 C

[KCET 2001]

(b)

3C

4

(d) 2 C

and dielectric slab is applied between the plates,

a parallel plate capacitor. The capacitance of the

capacitor

[Roorkee 2000]

(a) Increases

then

[KCET 2001]

changed

(b) Charge flows from the battery to the capacitor

(c) Is maximum when the metal sheet in the

middle

(d) Is maximum when the metal sheet touches

one of the capacitor plates

115. The capacity of a parallel plate capacitor with no

dielectric substance but with a separation of 0.4

(d) Energy store in the capacitor decreases

120. A body of capacity 4 F is charged to 80 V and

another body of capacity 6 F is charged to 30V.

When they are connected the energy lost by 4 F

capacitor is

[EAMCET 2001]

it is filled with a dielectric substance of value 2.8.

(a) 7.8 mJ

(b) 4.6 mJ

(c) 3.2 mJ

(d) 2.5 mJ

(a) 11 . 2 F

(b) 15 . 6 F

(c) 19 . 2 F

(d) 22 . 4 F

upon

[BHU 2001]

(a) Charge

116. Two insulated metallic spheres of 3 F and 5 F

capacitances are charged to 300 V and 500V

respectively. The energy loss, when they are

connected by a wire is

[CPMT 1999; KCET 2000; Pb. PMT 1999, 2001]

(a) 0.012 J

(c) 0.0375 J

are given a charge of 15 C each. After the two

spheres are joined by a conducting wire, the

charge on the smaller sphere is

[AMU (Engg.) 2001]

(d)

All of these

surrounded by another concentric hollow

conducting sphere of radius R2. The capacitance of

this assembly is proportional to

[MP PET 2001; UPSEAT 2001]

(b) 0.0218 J

(d) 3.75 J

(b) Voltage

R R1

(a) 2

R1 R 2

(b)

R 2 R1

R1 R 2

R1 R 2

R1 R 2

(d)

R1 R 2

R 2 R1

(c)

b (b > a) are placed in air concentrically B is given

968 Electrostatics

charge + Q coulomb and A is grounded. The

equivalent capacitance of these is

ab

(a) 4 0

ba

(b) 4 0 (a b )

(c) 4 0 b

(d) 4 0

to 4 cm, then the capacity of this parallel plate

condenser will be

[CBSE PMT 2001]

(c) 20 F

(d) 40 F

separation

d.

It

V0.

is

The

charged

to

charging

potential

battery

is

10 F , when the distance between its plates is 8

(b) 10 F

difference

b2

ba

(a) 5 F

(c) 0 . 005 N

required to separate the plates is

(a)

3 0 AV 02

d

(b)

0 AV 02

2d

(c)

0 AV 02

3d

(d)

0 AV 02

d

energy at 1200 volt. What should be the

capacitance of the capacitor

(a) 120 m F

(b) 120 F

(c) 24 F

(d) 24 m F

shall be

plate)

[MP PET 2002]

(a)

2 0 A

q

2 0 A

(c)

(b) E 0

E0

K

[BHU 2

(c) Increases four times (d) Remain the same

capacitance C 10 F . The stored energy in ergs

is

[CPMT 2002]

(a) 80 10

(a) KE 0

(c)

q

(b)

2 0 A 2

battery connections, the field between the plates

plates of a charged capacitor is (here q = charge

q2

(c) 80

(b) 800

(d) 8000

parallel plate capacitor is

(a) CV

1

(c)

CV 2

2

(b)

1 2

C V

2

10 5 V / m between the plates. If the charge on the

capacitor plate is

1 C ,

capacitor plate is

(a) 0 . 5 N

(b) 0 . 05 N

of condenser, capacity, potential and potential

energy respectively

[AFMC 2002]

(a) Increase, decrease, decrease

(b) Decrease, increase, increase

(c) Increase, increase, increase

(d) Decrease, decrease, decrease

[AIEEE 2002]

the

plates

of

parallel

plate

capacitor

of

the two plates. The capacitance now becomes

(a) C

(b) C/2

(c) 4C

volt source, then the energy stored is equal to[AIEEE 2002]

Electrostatics

(a) CV

1

(b) nCV

2

(c) CV 2

1

(d)

CV 2

2n

[BHU 2003; CPMT 2004; MP PMT 2005]

a single big drop, then the ratio of the energy

stored in the big drop to that in each small drop

will be

[UPSEAT 2002]

1/3

(a) n : 1

(c) n

5/3

(b) n

:1

isolated. When a dielectric material is inserted

between the plates of the capacitor, then which of

the following does not change

:1

(d) n : 1

10 C . Another uncharged sphere of radius 20 cm

the sphere are separated, then surface density of

charges, on the spheres will be in the ratio of

(a) 1 : 4

(b) 1 : 3

(c) 2 : 1

(d) 1 : 1

(c) 4 : 1

(d) 1 : 4

(c) Charge on the plates

(d) Energy stored in the capacitor

[AIIMS 2002]

thickness t = d/2 is inserted between the plates (d

[KCET 2002]

(b) 64 : 1

charge q coalesce to form a big drop. The ratio of

the surface density of charge of each small drop

with that of the big drop is

(a) 1 : 64

is

the

(a) 8

(b) 4

(c) 6

(d) 2

resistance of 10 ohm. The heat produced in the

resistance

[AIEEE

2002] is

(a) 1 . 1 10 10

(b) 10 6

(a) 500 J

(b) 250 J

(c) 9 10 9

(d) 10 3

(c) 125 J

(d) 1.25 J

a voltage of 50 V. The energy stored is[MH CET 2002]

(a) 25 10 Joule

(b) 25 Joule

(c) 25 10 erg

(d) 25 10 erg

by connecting a d.c. source of 20 kV is[Pb. PMT 2002]

(a) 10 kJ

(b) 5 kJ

(c) 2 kJ

(d) 1 kJ

[KCET 2003]

radius 1m is

969

12 F . If the distance between the plates is

2

(a) Volt/m

(b) Joule/coulomb

(c) Farad/m

(d) Henry/m

coulomb on a condenser of capacity 100 microfarad is

[AIEEE 2003]

(a) 32 10 32 Joule

(b) 16 10 32 Joule

(c) 3 .1 10 26 Joule

(d) 4 10 10 Joule

will be

[MH CET 2002]

(a) 8 F

(b) 6 F

(c) 4 F

(d) 3 F

970 Electrostatics

(a) 160 V

(b) 80 V

(c) 10 V

(d) 640 V

[RPMT

(a) Double

would be

(a) 1.0 V

(b) 0.5 V

(c) 0.2 V

(d) 0.1 V

C0

is

charged to a potential V0

(a) Increase

battery is disconnected and the separation is

doubled E1

(b) Decrease

charging battery is kept connected and the

separation between the capacitor plates is

doubled is E 2 . Then E1 / E 2 value is

(a) 4

(b) 3/2

(c) 2

(d) 1/2

(d) First decrease and then increase

157. A 40 F capacitor in a defibrillator is charged to

3000 V. The energy stored in the capacitor is sent

[EAMCET 2003]

2ms. The power delivered to the patient is

(a) 45 kW

(b) 90 kW

(c) 180 kW

(d) 360 kW

distance

between

the

plates

is

doubled

by

is

(a) Zero

q2

(b)

C

q2

(c)

2C

q2

(d)

4C

given by the battery will be

[KCET 2004]

(a)

1

F

8

(b) 8 F

(c)

1

F

2

(d)

1

F

4

[MP PMTbetween

2003]

C. If distance

plates is doubled and it is

1

CV 2

2

of each small drop is ......

(a)

1

CV 2

2

1

(c) Less than CV 2

2

R

V

(d) Zero

154. A capacitor is charged to 200 volt it has 0.1

coulomb charge. When it is discharged, energy

will be

(a) 1 J

(b) 4 J

(c) 10 J

(d) 20 J

(a) 1

(b) 2

(c) 3

(d) 4

condenser, the energy

(a) Increases

(b) Decreases

161. The energy stored in a condenser is in the form of

[J & K CET 2004]

Electrostatics

(c) Elastic energy

971

[MH CET 2003]

the plates of a charges condenser, then electric

[Pb PMT 2004]

given charges 10 2 C and 5 10 2 C respectively. If

(b) Decreases

(c) Increases

(d) First increases then decreases

163. When

lamp

is

connected

in

series

with

None of these

(c) 4 10

(b) 9 10

(d) 4 10

(d) 0.25 F

[KCET 2005]

(b) Geometry and size of the conductor

(c) Both (a) and (b)

[UPSEAT 2004]

(a) 0.16 J

(b) 0.32 J

(c) 0.64 J

(d) 1.28 J

plate

(c) 0.5 F

depends on

parallel

(b) 4 F

4

166. A

(a) 2 F

[AFMC

J

(d) 2 10 2 C

(c) 4 10 2 C

(a) 12 10

(b) 1 10 2 C

capacitor, then

(a) 3 10 2 C

capacitor

Grouping of Capacitors

having

plate

1.

then connected

(c) 1.0 J/m

(d) 10 J/m

medium is placed between its plates. The capacity

medium will be

(a) 5

(b) 4

(c) 3

(d) 6

capacitor is halved and the dielectric constant of

dielectric is doubled, then its capacity will

becomes 2V

2.

The

condensers

connected

in

of

capacity

parallel,

then

C1 and

the

C2

are

equivalent

capacitance is

[NCERT 1977; KCET 2000;

972 Electrostatics

DPMT 2002; MP PMT 2004]

(a) C1 C 2

(b)

C1

C2

(d)

(c)

3.

4.

(a)

C1 C 2

C1 C 2

(c)

C2

C1

6.

2 0 A

d

30 A

d

(b)

30 A

d

(d)

0 A

d

4 F and

6 F are

capacitor is numerically

resultant capacitance is

(a) 6000 C

(b) 1200 C

(c) 1200 C

(d) 6000 C

(a) C

(b) nC

(c) (n 1)C

(d) (n 1)C

7.

between the plates has a capacitance of 10 F .

The area of capacitor is divided into two equal

so connected to have a total capacity

10

F .

11

The

capacitance of the system will now be

[IIT

1990]

(a) 10 F

(b) 20 F

(a)

k2

k1

(c) 30 F

(d) 40 F

8.

100 volts shown in the adjoining figure. If the

(b)

(a) qb q d q f

100

C

9

(b) qb q d q f 0

(c)

2 F

3 F

a b

c d

(c) q a q c q e 50 C

100

(d) qb q d q f

9.

Volts

are

(d)

charged

to

potential V .

Now

they

are

energy

5.

4

F

e f

and

potential

difference

of

the

combination will be

is nV

A

(c) Energy

increases

times

and

potential

times

and

potential

difference is nV

(d) Energy

increases

Electrostatics

10.

1F are

973

fourth capacitor of capacitance 1F is connected

meanings)

is

[MP PMT 1985]

(a) 4 F

(c)

11.

(b) 2 F

4

F

3

Five

(d)

capacitors

of

3

F

4

10 F capacity

each

are

(a) Q1 Q 2 Q3 and V1 V2 V3 V

in

(b) Q1 Q 2 Q3 and V V1 V2 V3

the

adjoining

figure.

The

equivalent

equal to

10F

(a) 40 F

(b) 20 F

10F

16.

B

10F

(c) 30 F

(d) Q2 Q3 and V2 V3

10F

10F

(a) 47 F

100 Volt

ratio of equivalent

C

capacitance in the two cases s will be

Cp

13.

in

parallel.

(b) 15 : 1

(c) 1 : 1

(d) 1 : 3

condensers

each of

capacity

4 F

(d) 10 F

17.

are

(a)

2

(b) 2

(c)

1

4

(d) 4

4F

Q

4F

and 0 . 6 F

combination is connected across a potential

of 6 volts . The ratio of energies stored by the

is

4F

(a) 2400 ergs

18.

and 6 F

are

500 volts is applied to the outer plates of the two

Two capacitors each of 1F

capacitance are

the plates of capacitor of 4 F capacitance is

200 volts d.c. supply. The total energy of their

charges (in joules) is

[MP PMT 1990, 2002]

15.

20F

[CPMT 1990]

condensers will be

4F

14.

3F

2 F

(c) 60 F

The

(a) 1 : 15

Four

(b) 3 F

time

figure, the resultant capacitance between P and Q

is

12F

(d) 10 F

12.

(c) Q1 Q 2 Q3 and V V1 V2

(a) 0.01

(b) 0.02

(c) 0.04

(d) 0.06

C1 , C 2 and C3 joined to a battery. The correct

19.

C2 Q2

V2

V3

+

C3

Q3

C2

are

applied across it. Then the potential difference

across C1 will be

(a) V

V1 C1 Q1

C1 and

C2

C1

(b) V

C1 C 2

C1

974 Electrostatics

(c) V

20.

C2

C1 C 2

(d) V

C1

C1 C 2

in parallel to the third

26.

potential of

Vo .

(a) 10 F

(b) 5 F

(c) 20 F

of switch S will be

Three

capacitors

of

capacity

C1 , C 2 C 3

are

(a) (C1 C 2 ) / C1

(a) C1 C 2 C 3

(b) 1 /(C1 C 2 C 3 )

(c) (C11 C 21 C 31 )1

Two

capacitors

of

equal

capacity

(b) C1 /(C1 C 2 )

22.

C1 is charged to the

be

[MP PET/PMT 1988]

21.

A capacitor of capacity

C1 V0

C2

(c) C1C 2

(d) C1 / C 2

27.

are

first

3 F are

of the total capacities in the two cases will be[MP Board 1988; MH CET 2001]

B

and between A and C willAbe

(a) 2 : 1

(b) 1 : 2

(c) 4 : 1

23.

(d) 1 : 4

(a) 4 : 3

capacities C1 and C 2 are given ' q ' charge, which

(b) 3 : 4

(c) 2 : 3

on C1 and C 2 will be

(d) 3 : 2

(a)

C1

C2

(c) C1 C 2

24.

(b)

C2

C1

(d)

1

C1 C 2

28.

and their respective potentials are V1 and V2 . If

they are connected by a thin wire, then the loss of

energy will be given by

and

C2

are

will be no exchange of energy in connecting them

25.

in parallel, if

(a) C1 C 2

(b) C1 V1 C 2 V2

(c) V1 V2

(d)

C1 C 2

V1

V2

29.

1F are

(a)

C1 C 2 (V1 V2 )

2(C1 C 2 )

(b)

C1 C 2 (V1 V2 )

2(C1 C 2 )

(c)

C1 C 2 (V1 V2 )2

2(C1 C 2 )

(d)

(C1 C 2 )(V1 V2 )

C1 C 2

dielectrics as shown. Area of each plate is

A metre 2 and

the

separation

is t metre .

The

capacity is 1 . 5 F , then

[MP PET 1989]

(b) All the three are connected in parallel

(c) Two of them are in parallel and connected in

(a)

0 A

(k1 k 2 )

t

k1

k2

Electrostatics

A k k2

(b) 0 . 1

t

2

(c)

34.

are connected as shown in figure. Then the

equivalent capacitance between A and B is [MP PET 1985, 89]

2 0 A

(k1 k 2 )

t

(a) C

A k k2

(d) 0 . 1

t

2

30.

(b) 3 C

in series. The resultant capacitance is

(c)

C

3

(d)

3C

2

(a) 6 F

(c)

31.

(b)

35.

3

F

2

between each plate is d . The equivalent capacity

2

F

3

(d) 5 F

volts) will be

(a)

2 0 A

d

(b)

30 A

d

(c)

30 A

2d

(d)

0 A

d

(a) 40

(b) 60

(c) 80

(d) 120

adjoining figure. The capacity of each is 8 F . The

36.

A

B

with their respective capacities and the P.D.

will be

capacitor will be

(a) 32 F

(b) 2 F

32.

975

20F

(c) 8 F

300 Volt

4 F

4F

12F

(d) 16 F

(d) 580 C ; 145 volts

33.

are shown in the adjoining figure. The potential

difference between the points

and

37.

capacitors

the

same

energy is

are

voltage

combined

to

each

respectively

(a) 44 F; 300 C

5F

9 F

A

12F 10F

8 F

(c) 15 F; 200 C

(d) 4 F; 50 C

For

(b) 16 F; 150 C

identical

differently.

is

Three

38.

B

Two

capacitors

each

of

capacity

2 F

are

series with a third capacitor of 12 F capacity.

976 Electrostatics

39.

(a) 16 F

(b) 13 F

(c) 4 F

(d) 3 F

(a)

(b)

11

F

32

(c)

23

F

32

are

12 F

(d)

[MP PET 1989]

40.

41.

(a) 3 . 3 C

(b) 40 C

(c) 80 C

(d) 240 C

45.

(b) CV / 2

(b)

(c) 2 CV

(d) CV / 4

12F

2 0 A

2

K1 K 2

K K

2

1

2 0 A

(c)

2

K1 K 2

K K

2

1

2 0 A

d

K1 K 2

K K

2

1

(d)

12F

B

24F

46.

k1

k2

A and B in the given figure (all are in farad)

18F

(a)

13

F

18

(b)

48

F

13

is connected in parallel to it, then P.D.

becomes 20 volts . Then the capacity of another

1

(c)

F

31

capacitance will be

(d)

(a) 2 F

(b) 4 F

(c) 18 F

(d) 10 F

47.

B

12

16

240

F

71

100 V and is then joined to an uncharged

3F to 3F

the following figure is equal

3 F

6F will be

(a) 1F

2 F

(b) 3 F

(c) 2 F

(d) 1 . 5 fF

44.

2 F

B

(d) 10 F

43.

2 F

2 0 A

(a)

(K1 K 2 )

2

the equivalent capacity between A and B will be

(c) 15 F

4F

(a) CV

9F

6F

capacitor

(b) 69 F

1 F

8 F

32

F

23

voltage V . It is then removed and connected in

parallel with another identical capacitor which is

uncharged. The new charge on each capacitor is

now

[MP PET 1990]

6F

C

A

(a) 10 . 8 F

42.

32

F

11

2 F

3 F

B

3 F

3 F

3 F

48.

(a)

6

and 50 volt

14

(b)

14

and 30 volt

6

(c)

6

and 30 volt

14

(d)

14

and 0 volt

6

decreases to

Electrostatics

[MNR 1978; MP PET 2002]

49.

The potential difference across the capacitors will

now be respectively

difference across the 4.5F capacitor is

55.

(a) 50 V, 50 V

(b) 80 V, 20 V

(c) 20 V, 80 V

(d) 75 V, 25 V

Q is

3 F

8

volts

3

4.5 F

(a) 4 F

6F

(c) 6 volts

12V

(c)

3

F

4

(d)

4

F

3

(d) 8 volts

Minimum

number

of

capacitors

of

2 F

51.

5 F will be

(a) Three

(b) Four

(c) Five

(d) Six

A condenser of capacitance

56.

10 F

(a) 1F

becomes

40 volts .

(a) 15 F

(b) 5 F

(c) 10 F

(d) 16 . 6 F

2F

57.

2 F

the figure is 1 F . Then the value of capacitance C

is

(a) 1 . 4 F

J ) is

1 F

1 F

(d) 4 F

(10

A

(b) 2 . 5 F

C

2.5 F

1 F

(c) 3 . 5 F

B

(d) 1 . 2 F

58.

A condenser of capacity

C1 is charged to a

is

[MP PMT 1992]

54.

2 F

A

(c) 3 F

53.

1 F

(b) 2 F

The

has been

52.

1 F

A and B is

potential

1 F

common

1 F

1

(b)

F

4

(b) 4 volts

50.

(a)

977

(a) 2250 V

(b) 2222 V

(c) 2 . 25 10 6 V

(d) 1 . 1 10 6 V

Two

identical

parallel

plate

(a)

capacitors

are

dielectric

slab

of

dielectric

constant

4.0

is

C2

U0

C1 C 2

C C2

(c) 1

C1 C 2

U0

(b)

C1

U0

C1 C 2

(d)

C1 C2

U0

2(C1 C 2 )

978 Electrostatics

59.

64.

be obtained are

then opened and afterwards S 2 is closed. What is

60.

(a) 6 F, 18 F

(b) 3 F, 12 F

(c) 2 F, 12 F

(d) 2 F, 18 F

(a) 120 C

C2

3 F

C1

6 F

(b) 80 C

S2

S1

(c)DPMT

40 C2003]

F between points A and B will be[MP PET 1996; Pb. PMT 2001;

2 F

12F

(b) 4

65.

2 F

2F

(d) 18

1

(a)

F

2

(b) 1F

potential difference of 100 kV . The energy stored

(c) 2 F

1 F

5F

2 F

1 F

(d) 1 . 33 F

A capacitor of capacitance 5 F is connected as

shown in the figure. The internal resistance of the

cell

is 0 . 5 . The amount of

capacitor plate is

Three capacitors of

Q

2 F

66.

2 . 0, 3 . 0

and

6 . 0 F

on the 3 . 0 F capacitor is

(a) 0 C

5F

2

(b) 5 C

[MP PMT 1996; RPMT 1999; Pb. PMT 2001]

(a) 5 C

(b) 10 C

(c) 10 C

(c) 12 C

(d) 15 C

(d) 25 C

charge on the

1

are

63.

2F

P

electrical energy costs 108 paise per kWh , will be

62.

and Q of the arrangement shown in the figure is[MP PET 1997]

2F

(c) 5

61.

B=

(d) 20 C

28

(a)

9

67.

Choose

2.5 V

+

the

incorrect

statement

from

the

x and y is (in F )

connected

parallel

to

each

other

after

[RPET 1997]

(a)

(b)

5

6

1 F

7

6

energies

x

(c)

1 F

8

3

(d) 2

1F

2F

potential difference

Electrostatics

(d) The net potential difference across them

72.

X and Y

potential differences

68.

A 10 F

C1 = 6F

capacitor and a 20 F

979

(a) 24 F

capacitor are

C3 = 6F

(b) 18 F

C2 = 6F

C5 = 20F

(c) 12 F

plates together and negative plates together and

C4 = 6F

(d) 6 F

73.[MP

The

combined

PET 1997]

(a)

400

V

9

(b)

(c) 400 V

69.

capacity

of

the

800

V

9

means that

(d) 200 V

[EAMCET 1994]

as shown in figure. The potential of point A is V1

A

D

V1

parallel

C1

74.

V2

C2

The

charge

on

capacitor

of

capacitance

2

70.

(a)

1

(V1 V2 )

2

(b)

C 2 V1 C1 V2

C1 C 2

(c)

C1 V1 C 2 V2

C1 C 2

(d)

C 2 V1 C1 V2

C1 C 2

(a) 20 C

(b) 15 C

(c) 10 C

75.

(a) 3 C

(b) 2 C

2C

(d)

capacitor is charged to a potential

uncharged capacitor in parallel. Now the common

potential

difference

becomes

20 volt .

2C

(c) C

10 F

P

2C

2V

(d)

Zero 1998]

[MP

PMT/PET

71.

10F

The

76.

C

C

C

3

separation 3 mm

between

A and

50 cm 2

have

and 3 mm

plates are fully charged is

[MP PET 1999; DPMT 2000]

[SCRA 1996]

(a) 1 . 6 10

(a) 10 F

(b) 20 F

(b) 2 . 1 10 9 J

(c) 30 F

(d) 15 F

(c) 5 10 9 J

A

B

C

12V

980 Electrostatics

(d) 7 10 9 J

77.

82.

between A and B is

10 F and charged to 200 volts . The common

3

(a)

F

4

potential is

[BHU 1997; CBSE PMT 2000; MH CET 1999; BHU 2004]

78.

(d) 5 F

83.

(b) 2 F

A

84.

1 F

[RPMT 1999]

1 F

B

A

1 F

85.

(a) 2 F

(b) 3 F

(c) 5 F

(d) 0.5 F

given circuit will be [AMU (Med.) 1999; MH CET 1999;

Pb. PET 2002; BCECE 2005]

1.5 F

86.

3 F

(b) 2 F

3F

(c) 3 F

(d) 4 F

81.

(d) 2 . 5 F

(a) 1 F

1 F

(c) 1 . 5 F

C3

1F

80.

2 F

C2

C1

(c) 1.2 F

2F

(a) 1 F

1 F

in the[Pb.

following

figure

PMT 1999]

(b) 3.2 F

79.

(c) 6 F

(d) 4.7 F

(b) 3 F

In

the

given

network

capacitance,

C 1 10 F, C 2 5 F and C 3 4 F . What is the

(a) 2.2 F

a capacity of 3 F . The equivalent capacity

combination of 2.0F and 8.0F capacitors

connected in series. The charge on the 2.0F

capacitor is

[MP PMT 2000]

(a) 2 . 4 10 4 C

(b) 4 . 8 10 4 C

(c) 7 . 2 10 4 C

(d) 9 . 6 10 4 C

with a battery up to a potential V. They are then

disconnected from battery and joined again in

series then the potential of this combination will

be

[RPET 2000]

(a) V

(b) 10V

(c) 5V

(d) 2V

capacitor C is a fraction of the battery e.m.f. The

fraction is decided by

R1

(a) R1 only

1.5F

Then the capacitance are

[KCET 1999]

(c) 1, 5, 6

(d) 4, 2, 6

R2

(d) R 1 , R 2 and R 3

When the capacitors C 1 and C 2 are connected in

R3

capacitance C 1 , C 2 and C 3 are connected in

(a) 2, 3, 7

87.

separation d and capacitance C is filled with three

different dielectric materials having dielectric

constants k 1 , k 2 and k 3 as shown. If a single

dielectric material is to be used to have the same

capacitance C in this capacitor, then its dielectric

constant k is given by

[IIT-JEE Screening 2000]

A/2

A/2

K1

K2

d

K3

A

A = Area of

d/2

[AMU (

Electrostatics

91.

981

in series with a 30V battery. The charge on the

capacitors will be, respectively

(a)

1

1

1

1

k k 1 k 2 2k 3

k k

(c) k 1 2 2k 3

k1 k 2

88.

(b)

1

1

1

k k 1 k 2 2k 3

92.

The resultant capacitance is

A/2

A/2

(d) k k 1 k 2 2k 3

d/2

K1

K3

K2

switch S is closed and the two capacitors get

charged fully, then

2 F

3 F

2 0 A

d

(c)

2 0 A

k 1 k 2 k 3

d

93.

10 V

1

1

1

k1 k 2 k 3

(a)

(b)

0 A 1

1

1

d k1 k 2 k 3

and

(a) The potential difference across the plates of A

is 4V and across the plates of B is 6V

is 6V and across the plates of B is 4V

(c) The ratio of electrical energies stored in A and

B is 2 : 3

(d) The ratio of charges on A and B is 3 : 2

89.

6 pF

are connected in series. The total

94.

(a) 50 C

(b) 100 C

(c) 200 C

(d) 280 C

(a) 25 F

C1

C2

C3

(a) 9 10 12 F

(b) 20 F

(b) 6 10 12 F

(c) 40 F

(c) 3 10 12 F

(d) 5 F

(d) 2 10 12 F

V

95. The

combination

90.

10 F

the plates. Now one half of the space between the

plates is filled with a dielectric of dielectric

constant 4, as shown in the figure. The capacity of

the capacitor changes to [AFMC 2001; MP PET 2001]

K=4

of

capacitors

with

C 1 3 F, C 2 4 F and C 3 2 F is charged by

4F

4F

statements

(a) 8 F

(b) 6 F

(c) 26 F

(d) 10 / 3 F

I.

4F

Energy stored in C 3

A

4 F

4 F

III. Potential drop across C 1 = Potential drop

across C2 = Potential drop across C3

[UPSEA

982 Electrostatics

Which of these is/are correct

(a) I and II

(b) II only

B

C2

96.

(a)

C

4

(b)

3C

4

C1

A

C3

(c)

are connected in parallel to a third capacitor

C 3 4 F . This arrangement is then connected to

C

3

figure given is

(a)

43

F

24

(b) 11 10 6 J

(b)

24

F

43

32

(c) 10 6 J

3

(c)

43

F

12

(d)

12

F

43

98.

C2

C1

C3

+

16

(d) 10 6 J

3

97.

(a) 22 10 6 J

2V

3 F

2 F

A

4 F

4 F

B

2F

3F

will be

[EAMCET 2001]

(a) 25 J

(b) 200 J

(c) 125 J

(d) 150 J

[AIIMS 2002]

C4

(a) 2F

of dielectric constants K 1 and K 2 its capacity

becomes C 1. The ratio of C 1 to C is

C1

C2

C3

(b) 4F

B

C5

(c) 6F

(d) 8F

99.

4C

(d)

3

charging the capacitors

(a) K 1 K 2

(b)

K1 K 2

K1 K 2

K1 K 2

(c)

K1 K 2

2 K1 K 2

(d)

K1 K 2

state, the charge on each capacitor will be

A and B will be

[UPSEAT 2002]

C1

(a) Q, 2Q

(a) 1 F

1 F

(b) 2 F

(c) 3 F

(d)

1 F

(b) Q / 3, 2 Q / 3

1F

1

F

3

(c) 3 Q / 2, 3 Q

(d) 2 Q / 3, 4 Q / 3

R

C2 = 2C1

Electrostatics

983

as

(a) 4 volt

(b) 6 volt

(c) 8 volt

(d) 10 volt

(b) 2, 1

1 F

charged to a potential of 12 V each. They are now

connected to each other, with the positive plate of

each joined to the negative plate of the other. The

potential difference across each will be

2 F

2 F

(a) 1, 2

(c) 1, 1

2V

(d) 2, 2

[KCET 2002]

(a) 6 volt

(b) 4 volt

(c) 3 volt

(d) Zero

(a) 6 F

(b) 3 F

(c) 12 F

(d) 9 F

106. Two

identical

capacitors,

have

the

same

V1 and the other to V2 . The negative ends of the

capacitance between A and B is

4F

positive ends are also connected, the decrease in

energy of the combined system is

(a)

(c)

1

C(V12 V22 )

4

1

2

C V1 V2

4

(b)

(d)

1

C (V12 V22 )

4

1

2

C V1 V2

4

connected in parallel with another capacitor of

[DPMT 2002]

(a) 3 F

(b) 2

[IIT-JEE

(Screening)

F

4F 2002]

2F

4F

(c) 4 F

(d) 8 F

112. Four equal capacitors, each of capacity C, are

arranged as shown. The effective capacitance

between A and B is

potential is

[BHU 2002]

(a)

(a) 500 V

(c) 300 V

(b) 400 V

(d) 200 V

(a) 4 F

(c)

3

F

2

(b)

2

F

3

5

C

8

C

C

3

(b) C

5

series, the resultant capacitance will be

2 F

(c)

[MP PET

3 2002]

(d) C

113. In the figure shown, the effective capacitance

(d) 3 F

each has

capacitance C, is

[MP PET 2003]

C

B

C

C

C

984 Electrostatics

(a) 2C

(b)

earthed (grounded). Now the potential on inner

C

5

[MP PMT 2003]

(c) 5C

C

(d)

2

114. Three capacitors each of capacity 4 F are to be

connected in such a way that the effective

potential at the point P

(a) 100 V

(b) 200 V

(b) Connecting two in series and one in parallel

of

capacitance

3F

are

withstand

(a) 1200 V

(c) 9 F , 0 F

(d) 3 F , 2 F

(b) 400 V

volts

[RPET 2003]

(b) 8 F , 2 F

200

between

its

(a) 9 F , 1 F

maximum

C2 .

2 F

capacity

B

P

(d) 600 V

capacitors

3 F

A

(c) 400 V

115. Three

4 F

(c) 800 V

(d) 200 V

121. The charge on 4 F capacitor in the given circuit

is .... in C

1F

4 F

(a)

(c)

C2V

C1 C 2

C1 V

C1 C 2

C

(b) 1 2 V

C1

C

(d) 1 2 V

C1

5F

(a) 12

3 F

(b) 24

(c) 36

10

capacities 1 F, 2 F and 8 F is connected to a

battery of e.m.f. 13 volt. The potential difference

across the plates of 2 F capacitor will be

(a) 1V

(b) 8 V

(c) 4 V

(d)

13

V

3

joined in series. Outer plate first capacitor is at

(d) 32

122. Three plates of common surface area A are

connected as shown. The effective capacitance

will be[MP PET 2003]

[Orissa PMT 2004]

0 A

d

30 A

(b)

d

3 0 A

(c)

2 d

(a)

d

A

B

d

Electrostatics

2 0 A

(d)

d

(c) 625 V

with each other. What is the minimum effective

capacitance

[Orissa PMT 2004]

1

F

2

(b) 1 F

(c) 2 F

(d) 3 F

(a)

figure shown is (all capacitance are in F)

[KCET 2004]

(a) 21 F

3

(b) 23 F

(c)

3

F

14

(d)

14

F

3

difference

of

11

is

applied

across

the

the plates of 1 F capacitor is

[DCE 2003]

(a) 2 V

(b) 4 V

(c) 1 V

(d) 6 V

in diagram. When a battery of 6 V is connected

between A and B, the charge stored is found to be

1.5 C . The value of C1 is

C1

(a) 2.5 F

C1

(b) 15 F

C1

C1

(c) 1 .5 F

0 . 1 BF

(d)

difference of 1000 V. The terminals of the charged

capacitor are disconnected from the power supply

and connected to the terminals of an uncharged

6F

capacitor.

What

is

the

final

potential

(a) 167 V

(b) 100 V

(d) 250 V

985

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