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General Secondary Education Certificate Examination, 2016
PHYSICS
Time: 3 hours
Answer FOUR questions ONLY from the following:
Question One:
A. Mention one use for each of the following:
1- Kirchhoff's laws.
2- The electric transformer.
3- The voltage multiplier.
4- The electron microscope.
5- The resonant (tuned) circuit.
B. First: Explain how you can distinguish practically between an ohmic resistor and a p-n
junction by using ohmmeter.
Second: Compare between each pair of the following:
1- Series and parallel connection of capacitors (in view of total capacitive reactance)
2- The electric motor and the electric generator (in view of operation idea)
3- Laser photons and the ordinary light photons (in view of their speed in space)
C) IF an electron shifts from the fourth energy level in the hydrogen atom to the first level
through two stages, emitting two photons;
(A): on falling from the 4thto the 2nd level
(B): on falling from the 2nd to the 1st level.
1- Which photon has a higher frequency?
2- In which electromagnetic spectrum region, does each emitted spectrum belong?
3- Find the wavelength of spectrum represented by photon (A).
(Knowing that: the energy value of the level in the hydrogen atom is given by the relation:
− 𝟏𝟑.𝟔 𝒆𝑽
𝑬=
where (n): is level order
𝟐
𝒏
Question Two:
A. Mention the results of each of the following cases. (Verify your answer):
1- Lighting more electric lamps at home. (with respect to the current of the source).
2- Inserting a soft iron core inside a solenoid. (with respect to its inductive reactance).
3- Passing a continuous spectrum through a cold gas. (with respect to the spectrum received
from the gas to a spectrometer).
4- Increasing the potential of the grid in a cathode ray tube. (with respect to glowing intensity
on the florescent screen).
5- Passing an electric current through two parallel wires in the same direction. (with respect
to type of force between the two wires).
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B. First: prove that the force by which the reflected light beam acts on a surface is given
2𝑃
by a relation: 𝐹 = 𝑤 where: Pw: the power of the beam, C : the velocity of light in space.
𝑐
Second: What is the necessary condition for each of ……?
1- Using a transistor as a switch in an &quot;Off&quot; condition.
2- Stimulated emission.
3- Glowing of a neon lamp connected in parallel with an induction coil.
C. The opposite graph represents the change in the electromotive force generated by a
dynamo coil that revolves at uniform velocity (ω) during 20milli seconds and
connected to a capacitor of capacitance (C)
ε (V)
1- Find the rotation frequency.
2- Draw a graph to represent the change in the electromotive
force generated in the dynamo coil through 20milli second 100
when it revolves at angular velocity (2ω( .
20
10
t (m.s)
0
3- Find the ratio between the current in the circuit before
100
and after increasing the angular velocity of the dynamo
Question Three:
(A) Write down the scientific term for each of the following statements:
1- Numerically equals the resistance of a copper wire of length 1m and cross sectional area
1m2 at a given temperature.
2- The magnetic flux density that produces a force of 1N on a straight wire of length 1m
carrying a current of 1A placed perpendicular to a magnetic field.
3- The law which states that: the wavelength (λm) at maximum intensity is inversely
proportional to the temperature of radiation source on Kelvin scale.
4- Electric currents generated in a thick metal as an alternating current passes through a coil
wrapped around it.
5- The ratio between the collector current and the base current in the transistor.
(B) First: Draw a labeled diagram for the tube used to produce X rays. Then, explain why
X rays are used to study the crystalline structure of materials.
Second: Write the measuring unit of each of the following physical quantities:
1- The magnetic permeability of a medium
2- The Planck s constant
3- Sensitivity of galvanometer.
(C) Use Kirchhoff's laws in the circuit shown to
calculate the current passing through each
resistance.
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Question Four:
1. An electric circuit consists of AC source 28V, inductive coil of inductive reactance 12Ω and
negligible ohmic resistance and a capacitor of capacitive reactance 16 Ω so the current in
the circuit is …….
(zero - 1A - 1.4A - 7A)
2. When a resistance R is connected to an ohmmeter of resistance 2400 Ω , the pointer
deflects to quarter of the current scale. so the value of R is …….
(2400Ω –4800Ω –7200Ω –9600Ω ( .
3. If a circular coil rewrapped such that its turns increases 3 times, allowing the same
current to pass through it, the magnetic flux density at its center ……….
(increases 3 times –increases 6 times- increases 9 times-does not change)
4. Which of the following quantities increases in the secondary coil of an ideal step down
transformer when its primary coil is connected to AC source?
(electric power - current frequency – effective value of current - effective value of voltage).
5. On raising temperature of each of a copper coil and a silicon crystal, the electric
conductivity …..
(increases for copper and decreases for silicon - decreases for copper and increases for
silicon- increases for both - decreases for both).
B. First: What is meant by each of the following?
1- The effective value of AC current is10A.
2- The work function of potassium is 2eV.
3- The self-induction coefficient of a coil is 0.2Henery.
Second: What is the rule used to determine the direction of each of the following?
1- The induced current in a straight wire moving in a magnetic field.
2- The magnetic flux produced due to the passage of current in a straight wire.
3- The magnetic force acting on a straight wire carrying current and placed in a magnetic
field.
C. You have 4 resistors of values 4Ω ، 10Ω، 12Ω، 40Ω are connected to a battery of internal
resistance 1Ω . If the current passing through the resistor 4Ω and a resistor 10Ω and in the
battery 0.75A, 0.8A and 1A respectively.
1- Draw a diagram that illustrates the way of resistor connection in the circuit.
2- Find the total resistance of the circuit.
3- Find the electromotive force of the battery.
Question Four:
A- What is the scientific idea on which the operation of each of the following based on?
1- Moving coil Galvanometer.
2- The oscillating circuit.
3- Induction coil.
4- P-N junction as Ac rectifier.
5- Lasing action.
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B- First: When does each of the following quantities equal zero?
1- The torque acting on a coil carrying a current and placed in a magnetic field.
2- Average of induced emf in the dynamo coil as it rotates.
3- The inductive reactance of a coil.
Second Name two electrical measuring instruments that having non uniform scales.
Then, Mention the reason of non-uniformity of their scales and a difference between
the two scales.
C- The following table shows different values of a multiplier resistance connected to a
sensitive galvanometer to measure a different range of potential difference.
(multiplier resistance) (Rm)ohm
400
900
140
1900
2400
Maximum voltage )Volt)
5
10
15
20
25
Plot a graph to represent the relation between maximum potential difference measured by
the voltmeter on the y - axis and the value of multiplier resistance on X – axis.
From the graph find:
1- Full scale of reading of galvanometer in amperes.
2- Resistance of the galvanometer coil.
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