Entry Test 2021 Physics Current Electricity MCQS Online Preparation Sample Paper Questions with Answer

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1. When resistance of a current carrying wire increases due to rise in temperature, the drift velocity of electrons ?

  • None of these
  • Decreasescorrect
  • Either of these
  • Remains constant
  • Increases

2. In order to have a constant current through a wire, the potential difference across its ends should ?

  • Be zero
  • Go on decreasing
  • Both A & D
  • Be maintained constantcorrect
  • Goes on increasing

3. If the ends of a wire are connected to a battery, an electric fields E will be set up at ?

  • The ends of the wire only
  • Every point within the wirecorrect
  • None of these
  • At nodes only
  • Mid points of the wire only

4. In case of metallic conductors, the charge carriers are ?

  • Electronscorrect
  • Both (A) and (B)
  • Positrons
  • Protons
  • Anti protons

5. The charge carries in an electrolyte are ?

  • Neither (A) nor (B)
  • Negative ions
  • Either (A) or (B)
  • Positive ions
  • Both (A) and (B)correct

6. Most practical applications of electricity involve ?

  • Electrons at rest
  • Atoms in motion
  • Molecules in motion
  • Charges in motioncorrect
  • Charges at rest

7. The obvious effects of current is/are ?

  • Heating effect
  • Magnetic effect
  • Both B & C
  • Chemical effect
  • All of the thesecorrect

8. Conversion of chemical energy to electrical energy can be achieved by ?

  • Photovoltaic cell
  • Secondary cell
  • Both A & Bcorrect
  • Solar cell
  • Primary cell

9. An electric fields is generated along the wire when ?

  • Either A & D
  • Its resistance is very high
  • A constant potential is maintained across the wire
  • A constant potential difference is maintained across the wirecorrect
  • Net current through the wire is zero

10. The effect of bends in a wire on its electrical resistance are ?

  • Zerocorrect
  • Much larger
  • None of these
  • Smaller
  • Larger

11. When a constant potential difference is applied across the conductor, the drift velocity of electrons ?

  • None of these
  • Remains constantcorrect
  • Increases
  • Either of these
  • Decreases

12. As the current flows through the wire ?

  • It generates heat in the wirecorrect
  • Resistance of the wire decreases
  • It produces sound in the wire
  • None of these
  • Voltage across the ends is increased

13. The term drift velocity is used when the ends of a wire are ?

  • Not connected to a voltage source
  • At different values of potential
  • Connected to a laser source
  • Connected to a voltage source
  • Both B & Dcorrect

14. When two spherical conducting balls at different potentials are joined by metallic wire, the current starts ?

  • Increasing from maximum to zero
  • Increasing from zero to maximum
  • Both A & D
  • Decreasing from zero to maximum
  • Decreasing from maximumcorrect

15. The rate at which in the free election pass through any section of a metallic wire from right to left is ?

  • Less than the speed at which they pass from left to right
  • Any of above
  • None of these
  • The same at which they pass from left to rightcorrect
  • Greater than the speed at which they pass from left to right

16. When two spherical conducting balls at different potentials are joined by a metallic wire, after some time ?

  • Both A & Ccorrect
  • Potential difference across the conductors becomes zero
  • Both the conductors are at the same potential
  • Potential difference across the conductors remain constant
  • Both A and B

17. The free electrons in metals ?

  • None of these
  • Move such that their speed does not depend upon temperature
  • Move with speed of light
  • Are in random motion and their speed depends upon temperaturecorrect
  • Move in a particular direction

18. The conventional current is the given to current due t flow of ?

  • Negative charges
  • Positive chargescorrect
  • Both A & C
  • Positrons
  • None of these

19. The current that flows through the coil of a motor causes ?

  • Its brushes to rotate
  • Its shaft to revolve
  • None of these
  • Motor to move
  • Its shaft to rotatecorrect

20. A current of I ampere is passing through a conductor. The charge passing through it in half a minute is ?

  • 0.5 Coulomb
  • One Coulomb
  • 2 Coulombs
  • 30 Coulombscorrect
  • None of these

21. The example/s of non-electrical energy is are ?

  • Heat energy
  • Chemical energy
  • Both A & B
  • All of thesecorrect
  • Mechanical energy

22. In a metal, the valence electrons are ?

  • Both A & B
  • Not attached to individual
  • Both B & Ccorrect
  • Attached to individual atoms
  • Free to move within the metal

23. The positive charge moving in one direction is equivalent in all external affects to a ?

  • Positive charge moving in the opposite directioncorrect
  • None of these
  • Negative charge moving in the opposite direction
  • Positive charge moving in the same direction
  • Negative charge moving in the same direction

24. The device which can convert heat energy into electrical energy is called ?

  • Thermostat
  • Both C & D
  • Thermocouplecorrect
  • Thermometer
  • Thermistor

25. Heating effect of current is utilized in ?

  • Electroplating
  • Both B & Dcorrect
  • Electric kettle
  • Electric motor
  • Electric toaster


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