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EXCEL in PHYSICS with GAURAV CHAUDHARY

TEST-SERIES ELECTRIC CHARGES & FIELDS

Q.1

Q.2

What is the angle between directions of electric field between any axial point and equatorial point due to an electric dipole?

[1]

Amount of electric flux entering and leaving an enclosed surface respectively are φ 1 & φ 2 . Find the net electric charge inside the surface?

[1]

OR An electric dipole of dipole moment 20 x 10 -6 Cm is enclosed by a surface. What is the electric flux through the surface due to dipole?

Q.3

What does q 1 q 2 <0 signifies? What is the nature of force between these charges? OR What does q 1 +q 2 =0 signifies? What is the nature of force between these charges?

[1]

Q.4 Write properties of electric field lines. [2] Q.5 A spherical Gaussian’s surface encloses a
Q.4
Write properties of electric field lines.
[2]
Q.5
A spherical Gaussian’s surface encloses a charge of 8.85 x 10 -12 C. (i) Calculate the
electric flux passing the surface. (ii) If the radius of Gaussian surface is doubled, how
would the flux change?
[2]
Q.6
The sum of two point charges is 7µC. They repel each other with a force of 1N when
kept 30cm apart in free space. Calculate the value of each charge.
[2]
OR
Two point charges 4Q & Q are separated by 1m in air. At what point on the line joining
the charges, is the electric field intensity is zero?
Q.7
A uniform electric field E= E X ̂N/C for x>0 and E= - E X ̂N/C for x<0 are given. A right [3]
circular cylinder of length L cm and radius R cm has its centre at the origin and its axis
along the X-axis.
(a) Find out the net electric flux.
(b) Using Gauss’s law, find the net charge inside the cylinder.
Q.8
Define electric flux. Write its SI unit. A uniformly charged conducting sphere of 2.4m
[3]

Q.9

diameter has a surface charge density of 80µC/m 2 . Find (i) charge on sphere (ii) total electric flux leaving the surface of sphere.

Show that the electric field at the surface of the charged conductor is given by

E= σ/ϵ 0 ̂ , where σ is the surface charge density and ̂ is the unit vector normal to the

surface in outward direction.

OR A hollow charged conductor is has a tiny hole cut into its surface. Show that the electric field in the hole is σ/2ϵ 0 ̂ , where ̂ is the unit vector in the outward normal direction and σ is the surface charge density near the hole.

[3]

EXCEL in PHYSICS with GAURAV CHAUDHARY

TEST-SERIES ELECTRIC CHARGES & FIELDS

Q.10

Q.11

A particle of mass m and charge (-q) enters the region between two charged parallel plates initially moving along positive X-axis with speed V x . The length of plate is L & an

uniform electric field

the particle at far edge of plate is qEL 2 /(2m V x 2 ).

(a) State Gauss’s law. (b) Use Gauss’s law of electrostatics to prove that the electric field at a point due to a

is maintained between plates. Show that vertical deflection of

[3]

uniformly charged infinite plane sheet is independent of the distance from it. [3] Q.12 A
uniformly charged infinite plane sheet is independent of the distance from it.
[3]
Q.12
A charge Q is divided into two parts q & (Q-q). If the repulsion between them is to be
maximum, find the ratio Q/q.
[3]
OR
Obtain the formula for electric field due to a long wire of uniform linear charge
density λ without using Gauss’s law.
Q.13
Use Gauss’s law to find the electric field due to a uniformly charged thin spherical
shell of radius R at points inside and outside the spherical shell.
[3]
Q.14
Draw the graph showing the variation of
[5]
(i) electric field due to a negative point charge q versus distance ‘r’.
(ii) electric field due to a positive point charge q versus (1/r 2 ).
(iii) electric field due to a positively charged hollow spherical shell having charge q,
versus distance ‘r’ from its centre.
(iv) electric field due to a infinite plane sheet having surface charge density σ versus
distance ‘r’.
(v) electric field due to a uniformly charged non-conducting sphere of radius ‘R’ versus
distance ‘r’ from its centre.
OR
(a)
Define the electric dipole moment.
(b)
Give its direction and SI unit.
(c)
Deduce an expression for the electric field at a point on equatorial plane of the
electric dipole of length 2a.

अगर

at a point on equatorial plane of the electric dipole of length 2a. अगर ग र

at a point on equatorial plane of the electric dipole of length 2a. अगर ग र