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Electric Resistance and Ohm’s Law Nootan Solutions, ISC Class-12 Physics Nageen Prakashan Chapter-5 Solved Numericals of Kumar and Mittal
Class: | 12 |
Subject: | Physics |
Chapter 3: |
Electric Resistance and Ohm’s Law |
Board | ISC |
Writer /Publications | Nootan / Nageen Prakashan/Kumar and Mittal |
Topics | Solved Numericals of page 221,222,223,224 |
Definition of Electrical Conductivity
It is the inverse of specific resistance for a conductor whereas the specific resistance is the resistance of unit cube of the material of the conductor.
SI Unit of Conductivity:
The SI unit of conductivity is mhom^{-1}
Electrical Conductivity
When a conducting substance is brought under the influence of an electric field ,free charges (e.g. free electrons in metals) move under the influence of this field in such a manner, that the current density due to their motion is proportional to the applied electric field.
Significance of Ohm’s Law:
Ohm’s law is obeyed by many substances, but it is not a fundamental law of nature. It fails if
- V depends on I non- linearly. Example is when ρ increases with I (even if the temperature is kept fixed).
- The relation between V and I depends on the sign of V for the same absolute value of V.
- The relation between V and I is non- unique. For e.g., GaAs
Kirchhoff’s First Rule:
At any junction of several circuit elements, the sum of currents entering the junction must be equal the sum of currents leaving it.
In the above junction, current I enters it and currents I_{1} and I_{2} leave it. Then, I = I_{1} + I_{2}.
This is a consequence of charge conservation and assumption that currents are steady, that is no charge piles up at the junction.
Kirchhoff’s Second Rule:
The algebraic sum of changes in potential around any closed resistor loop must be zero. This is based on the principle that electrostatic forces alone cannot do any work in a closed loop, since this work is equal to the potential difference, which is zero, if we start at one point of the loop and come back to it.
Nageen Prakashan Chapter-5 Solved Numericals of Electric Resistance and Ohm’s Law Nootan Solutions Kumar and Mittal, ISC Class-12 Physics
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Question 1
A current ………………….the wire .
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Question 2
A current ………………………..conductor
(i)………………………
(ii)……………………….
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Question 3
The cross ………………the wire ?
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Question 4
90 C ……………………the wire .
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Question 5
Estimate ………………………numbers …………
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Question 6
Calculate …………….. cross section ……………..
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Question 7
A 3.0 m …………………………..copper is …………..
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Question 8
Find out …………………….applied on it .
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Question 9
A very …………………..conductance ?
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Question 10
What length ………………………10 ohms ?
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Question 11
The specific …………………cross section .
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Question 12
A piece ………………………respectively .
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Question 13
A thick ……………………………resistance .
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Question 14
A wire …………..new wire .
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Question 15
A 1 kg ……………these wires .
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Question 16
Two coppers …………………….wire B .
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Question 17
Two wires ………………respectively .
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Question 18
A 200 V ………………………..filament .
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Question 19
A rectangular ……………………………..temperature ………
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Question 20
Two wires ………………………materials ?
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Question 21
A 100 …………………….the Bulb .
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Question 22
The maximum ………………….maximum current .
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Question 23
How much ………………………..minute ?
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Question 24
Compute the …………………….20 ohms ..
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Question 25
A heating …………… the element .
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Question 26
An electric ……………….the motors .
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Question 27
An electric ……………………….the press .
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Question 28
A current …………….. wire ?
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Question 29
A bulb ………………filament ?
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Question 30
Find the …………………… supply line .
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Question 31
Find the ……………..filament .
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Question 32
Find the ……………..filament .
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Question 33
A lamp illumination . find
(i)………………………
(ii)……………………….
(iii)……………………….
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Question 34
In a ……………..operating .
(i)………………………
(ii)……………………….
(iii)……………………….
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Question 35
We have …………….for it .
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Question 36
Two cities …………..the wires .
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Question 37
A 500 watt ………………liberated .
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Question 38
An electric ………………….its element .
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Question 39
Calculate ……………….glowing .
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Question 40
Two bulbs ……………the bulbs .
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Question 41
Two resistor ………………….resistor R2 .
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Question 42
A 60 watts …………….. become 120/(48 +6 ) A .
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Question 43
How can …………………….4 ohms .
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Question 44
Join three ……………2 ohms .
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Question 45
A 5 ohms ……………….find n .
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Question 46
Three resistor ………….find .
(a)………………………
(b)……………………….
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Question 47
Three resistor ………….find .
(a)………………………
(b)……………………….
(c)…………………
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Question 48
A 150 ohms …………………mains .
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Question 49
An arc ………………same current .
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Question 50
A filament ………………supply .
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Question 51
Each of ………………..of them ?
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Question 52
Three resistors …………………..A and B .
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Question 53
Four resistors ……………………..corners .
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Question 54
Calculate …………………resistors .
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Question 55
Calculate …………………resistors .
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Question 56
A wire …………………..it read ?
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Question 57
The resistance …………………of silver ?
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Question 58
The resistance ……………………temperature .
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Question 59
A heating ……………………….involved is .
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Question 60
The resistance ………………….carbon is ……………
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Question 61
A metallic …………………..its material .
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