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Objective Question (MCQ)
1(a)1 The value of standard intensity is
(a) 0 Wm-2
(b) 10-12 Wm-2
(c) 10-2 Wm-2
(d) 1012 Wm -2
1 M
1(a)2 The frequency of Infrasonic wave is
(a) F > 20 Hz
(b) f > 20KHz
(c) f < 20KHz
(d) f < 20 Hz
1 M
1(a)3 The SONAR is used
(a) to remove the tumors from the body
(b) to measure the depth of sea
(c) to produce the ultrasonic frequency
(d) none of these
1 M
1(a)4 The LASER can be produced by
(a) spontaneous emission
(b) Induced absorption
(c) stimulated emission
(d) Instantaneous emission
1 M
1(a)5 The conditions to be satisfied for Total Internal Reflection is (a) n1 > n2, ϕ > ϕc
(b) n1 < n2, ϕ > ϕc
(c) n1 > n2, ϕ < ϕc
(d) n1 < n2, ϕ < ϕc
1 M
1(a)6 Which one is not correct for LASER?
(a) Highly monochromatic light
(b) highly polychromatic light
(c) highly polarized light
(d) highly directional light
1 M
1(a)7 Which one is not correct for Ultrasonic waves?
(a) Type of sound wave
(b) longitudinal wave
(c) transverse wave
(d) mechanical wave
1 M
1(b)1 Fuel cell is a device that converts
(a) Chemical energy into electricity
(b) solar energy into electricity
(c) sound energy into electricity
(d) mechanical energy into electricity
1 M
1(b)2 Solar cells operate on the principle of
(a) Electrostriction effect
(b) Magnetostriction effect
(c) Photovoltaic effect
(d) Josephson effect
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1(b)3 SQUID is an application of
(a) Semiconducting materials
(b) Nano materials
(c) Superconducting materials
(d) Bio materials
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1(b)4 Superconducting materials are the type of
(a) Diamagnetic materials
(b) Dielectric materials
(c) Ferromagnetic materials
(d) Paramagnetic materials
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1(b)5 Which one is not having permanent dipoles in absence of magnetic field?
(a) Paramagnetic material
(b) Ferromagnetic material
(c) Ferromagnetic material
(d) diamagnetic material
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1(b)6 Dielectric materials are also termed as
(a) Conductors
(b) semiconductors
(c) Insulators
(d) superconductors
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1(b)7 The S.I. Unit of Loudness is
(a) dB
(b) Bel
(c) phon
(d) OWU
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2(a) The volume of a room is 1500 m3 . The wall area of the room is 260 m2 , the floor area is 140 m2 and the ceiling area is 140 m2 . The average sound absorption coefficient for the wall is 0.03, for the ceiling 0.8 and for the floor 0.06. Calculate the average absorption coefficient and the reverberation time.
3 M
2(b) Give the differences between Step Index Fiber and Graded Index Fiber.
4 M
2(c) What are the characteristics of LASER? Describe the principle, construction and working of Nd-YAG Laser with suitable diagrams.
7 M

3(a) Compare Type-I and Type-II Superconductors.
3 M
3(b) Define and derive necessary expressions for acceptance angle and numerical aperture of a fiber.
4 M
3(c) Give the properties of Ultrasonic waves. Describe basic principle, construction and working of Piezoelectric method to produce the ultrasonic waves.
7 M

4(a) Derive the necessary expression for Clausius-Mossotti equation.
3 M
4(b) Discuss the properties of Superconducting materials.
4 M
4(c) Explain types of Dielectric materials in detail. Mention its specific applications.
7 M

5(a) For mercury of mass number 202, the α value is 0.50 and Tc is 4.2 K. Find the critical temperature for the isotope of mercury of mass number 200
3 M
5(b) Explain the factors affecting acoustics of buildings and their remedies.
4 M
5(c) List the important properties and applications of CNTs and explain the Chemical Vapour Deposition method to synthesis the CNT.
7 M

6(a) Write a note on: Quantum Confinement in nanoparticles.
3 M
6(b) Discuss the characteristics of Musical sound.
4 M
6(c) Describe the general properties of Diamagnetic, Paramagnetic and Ferromagnetic materials.
7 M

7(a) Define terms: (1) Dielectric constant (2) Polarization Vector P (3) Electric Flux ϕ
3 M
7(b) Discuss Ball Milling mechanical method to synthesis nanoparticles.
4 M
7(c) What are the types of Metallic Glasses? Describe the preparation method to produce the metallic glasses with its applications.
7 M

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