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Magnetism and Matter (8 Nov)- Live session - NEET

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1.
A magnet 10 cm long and having a pole strength
Domain formation is the necessary feature of :  2 amp m is deflected through 30° from the
magnetic meridian.
(1) ferromagnetism                   (2) diamagnetism
The horizontal component of earth’s induction
(3) paramagnetism                   (4) all of these
is 0. 32 × 10−4 tesla then the value of deflecting
2. couple is:
The best material for the core of a transformer (1) 32 × 10−7 Nm                          (2)  16 × 10−7
is Nm
(1) mild steel                    (2) stainless steel (3) 64 × 10−7 Nm                          (4)  48 × 10−7
(3) soft iron                      (4) hard steel Nm

3. 7.

The north pole of a magnet is brought near a Which one of the following statement is not
metallic ring. correct about the magnetic field ? 

Then the direction of the induced current in the (1) Inside the magnet the lines go from north
ring will be:  pole to south pole of the magnet

(1) Towards north                   (2) Towards south (2) Tangents to the magnetic lines give the
direction of the magnetic field
(3) Anticlockwise                    (4) Clockwise
(3) The magnetic lines form a closed loop
4.
(4) Magnetic lines of force do not cut each other
Angle of dip is 90° at: 
8.
(1) Equator                      (2) Middle point
Which one of the following are used to express
(3) Poles                         (4) None of these intensity of magnetic field in vacuum ?
5. (1) oersted           (2) tesla           (3) gauss            (4)
What happens, when a magnetic substance is none of these
heated ? 9.
(1) It loses its magnetism                          (2) It A frog can be levitated in a magnetic field
becomes a strong magnet produced by a current in a vertical solenoid
(3) Does not effect the magnetism            (4) placed below the frog.
Either (2) and (3) This is possible because the body of the frog
6. behaves as :

(1) paramagnetic                       (2) diamagnetic

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(3) ferromagnetic                      (4) becomes diamagnetic


antiferromagnetic
(4) a paramagnetic material becomes
10. ferromagnetic

Liquid oxygen remains suspended between two 14.


pole forces of a magnet because it is :
Of the following Fig., the lines of magnetic
(1) diamagnetic                           (2) paramagnetic induction due to a magnet SN, are given by

(3) ferromagnetic                        (4) (i) 


antiferromagnetic

11.

The magnetic susceptibility of an ideal


diamagnetic substance is

(1) –1           (2) 0           (3) +1             (4) ∞

12.

A magnet makes 40 oscillation per minute at a


(ii) 
place having magnetic intensity of 0.1 ×  10
−5

tesla.

At another place it takes 2.5 sec to complete one


oscillation. The value of earth's horizontal field
at that

place is

(1) 0.76 ×  10 tesla                   (2) 0.18 ×  10


−6 −6

(iii) 
tesla

(3) 0.09 ×  10 tesla                   (4) 0.36 ×  10


−6 −6

tesla

13.

Curie temperature is the temperature above


which

(1) a ferromagnetic material becomes


paramagnetic
(iv)
(2) a paramagnetic material becomes
diamagnetic

(3) a ferromagnetic material

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(1) (i)           (2) (ii)         (3) (iii)         (4) (iv) 4 : 1 approximately

15. (3) 8 : 1 approximately              (4) 1 : 1


approximately
The materials suitable for making
electromagnets should have 19.

(1) high retentivity and low coercivity Imagine rolling a sheet of paper into a cylinder
and placing a bar magnet near its end as shown
(2) low retentivity and low coercivity
in figure.
(3) high retentivity and high coercivity → →→
What can you say about the sign of  B . d A for
(4) low retentivity and high coercivity →→
every area  d A on the surface?
16.

Magnetic lines of force due to a bar magnet do


not intersect because

(1) a point always has a single net magnetic field (1) Positive                         (2) Negative
(2) the lines have similar charges and so repel (3) No sign                         (4) Can be positive or
each other negative
(3) the lines always diverge from a single force

(4) the lines need magnetic lenses to be made to


Fill OMR Sheet
interest

17.

At a temperatur of 30°C, the susceptibility of a


ferromagnetic material is found to be x .

Its susceptibility at 333°C is

(1) x            (2) 0.5 x         (3) 2 x         (4) 11.1 x

18.

Two points A and B are situated at a distance x


and 2x respectively from the nearer pole of a

magnet 2 cm long. The ratio of magnetic field at


A and B is

(1) 4 : 1 exactly                         (2)

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