Lecturer Physics Test 8 Online Preparation MCQs Past Papers

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Test NameLecturer Physics 
SubjectPhysics Test 8
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Physics Practice Test 8

1 / 25

One mile equals to how many kilometers?

2 / 25

The inability of rays of different colours to converge a single point after refraction through a convex lens a called:

3 / 25

Which of the following SI units is not named after any physicist?

4 / 25

What is a “zoom lens”?

5 / 25

One yard is equivalent to:

6 / 25

Two lenses of focal lengths f1 and f2 are separated by a distance d. What is the condition that the condition be achromatic?
(a) f1 + f2 = 2d
(b) f1 − f2 = 2d
(c) f1f2 = d
(d) f1f2 = 2d

7 / 25

What determines the polarization of an electromagnetic wave?

8 / 25

The smallest unit of mass; yoctogram (yg) equals:

(a) 10−15 g
(b) 10−18 g

(c) 10−21 g
(d) 10−24 g

9 / 25

Dispersive power of a prism depends upon the wavelength of the light used and is:

10 / 25

When a beam of light is used to determine the position of an object, the greatest accuracy is obtained if the light:

11 / 25

A hydrogen atom is in its ground state when its orbital electron:

12 / 25

The energy of a quantum states is primarily dependent upon the quantum number:

13 / 25

Two convex lenses of focal length f used in combination become telescopic when the distance between them is:

14 / 25

A molecule whose charge distribution is not perfectly symmetrical is called:

15 / 25

The volt (V) is a SI derived unit of electromotive force, commonly called:

16 / 25

The defect in image due to oblique centric rays falling on the lens is called:

17 / 25

There are no expected lines absent from the spectra of:

18 / 25

Modern physical theories indicate that:

19 / 25

The variation of focal length of a lens when we pass from the central portion to periphery is called:

20 / 25

Water is an excellent solvent because its molecules are:

21 / 25

If D1 and D2 are the power of two lenses placed in contact, then the power of the combination will be:

(a) D1D2

(b) D1/D2
(c) D1 − D2

(d) D1 + D2

22 / 25

Relative to the original photon, the photon that emerges from a collision with an electron has:

23 / 25

The power of lens in dioptress (D) is:

24 / 25

The total energy of an atomic electron is:

25 / 25

The two electrons in a helium atom:-

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