Electrostatics MCQs – Test 1 6

Electrostatics Questions: MCQs on Electrostatics for JEE Main and NEET, Test Number 01

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    • Ambuj tiwari

      In q.5 ,Tcos15=mg and Tsin15=F. And when it is immersed in liquid then tan15=F÷K/mg(1-density of liquid÷d.of substance). And tan15 is constant and it is found to divide upper two equation. And when it goes in liquid then Force is changes into F÷K. Where k is dielectric constant which is ask and mg is also changes so easily it is found

    • Chirag.K

      Hi AMISHA,
      As mg’ = mg – Upthrust

      = mg – V*sigma*g (since upthrust = v*sigma*g)

      mg’ = mg[1- sigma/rho]

      T cos Theta=mg –(i)

      T sin Theta=F –(ii)

      Therefore from equation (i) and (ii)

      tan Theta = F/mg —-(iii)

      Now for the equilibrium of balls

      tan Theta’ = F’/mg’ = F/Kmg[1-(rho/sigma)]

      = f/(kmg(1-{sigma/rho }) –(iv)

      According to question Theta’=Theta

      from equation (iv) & (iii)

      K=1/(1-(sigma /rho))

      =rho/(rho -sigma ) =1.6/(1.6-0.8)=2


      Hope this helps! 🙂

      Chirag K

    • king

      Coulombic force –

      F\propto Q_{1}Q_{2}=F\propto \frac{Q_{1}Q_{2}}{r^{2}}=F=\frac{KQ_{1}Q_{2}}{r^{2}}

      – wherein

      K – proportionality Constant

      Q1 and Q2 are two Point charge

      T\cos \Theta=mg –(i)

      T\sin \Theta=F_{e} –(ii)

      \therefore from equation (i) & (ii)

      Tan \Theta=\frac{F_{e}}{mg}—(iii)

      if ball is suspended in liquid g’=g[1-\frac{\sigma }{\rho }]

      Tan \Theta’=\frac{F’_{e}}{mg’}

      =\frac{f}{kmg(1-\frac{\sigma}{\rho })} –(iv)

      According to question \Theta’=\Theta

      from equation (iv) & (iii)

      K=\frac{1}{1-\frac{\sigma }{\rho }}

      =\frac{\rho }{(\rho -\sigma )} =\frac{1.6}{(1.6-0.8)}=2

    • Arghadeep Basu

      As we have studies dielectric in capacitors there’s the concept of dielectric in charges also that dielectric constant (K)= density of material / (density of material – density in medium)