Physics 2nd year TS Board paper important questions

Students, are you inter 2nd? Do you want to score good marks in your physics exam? So read all the questions which are given.

2marks question from all lesson

  1. Distinguish between transverse and longitudinal waves?
  2. What does a wave represent?
  3. What do you understand by the terms focus and principles focus in the context of lenses?
  4. What is the law of reflection through curved mirrors?
  5. Give the justification for validity of rar optics?
  6. When does a monochromatic beam of light reflection get transmitted completely?
  7. What happens to the weight of a body when it is charged positively?
  8. The electric lines of force do not intersect why?
  9. When well be the electric flux negative and when is it positive
  10. Why is the electric field always at right angles to the equipotential surface?explain?
  11. What happens to the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor if the area of the plates is double?
  12. Under what condition is the current through the mixed grouping of cells maximum?
  13. Write the color code of carbon resistor of resistance 23 kilo ohms?
  14. What is the importance of Oersted’s experiment?
  15. How do you convert a moving coil galvanometer Into an ammeter?
  16. What is the magnetic moment associated with a solenoid?
  17. What are the units of magnetic moment magnetic induction and magnetic field?
  18. State faraday’s laws of electromagnetic inductions?
  19. What do you understand by self induction?
  20. What is meant by a wattless component of current?
  21. Give any one use of infrared rays?
  22. What is the principle of production of electromagnetic waves?
  23. What is the work function?
  24. Write down Einstein’s photo photoelectric equation?
  25. What is the physical meaning of negative energy of an electron?
  26. How impact parameters are related to angles of scattering?
  27. What are Isotones and Isomers?
  28. What is amu? What is its equivalent energy
  29. What is sky wave propagation?

4 Marks important question from all lessons

  1. What are longitudinal waves? Explain with an example?
  2. Explain the modes of vibration of an air column in an open pipe?
  3. Define focal length of a concave mirror proves that the radius of curvature of a concave mirror is double its focal length?
  4. Explain the cartesian sign convention for mirrors?
  5. What is total internal reflection?Explain the phenomenon using huygens principles?
  6. How do you determine the resolution of your eyes?
  7. State and explain coulomb’s inverse square law in electricity?
  8. Derive the equation for the couple acting on an electric dipole in a uniform electric field?
  9. Derive an expression for the electric potential due a point charge?
  10. Derive an expression for the potential energy of an electric dipole placed in a uniform electric field?
  11. Draw a circuit diagram showing how a potentiometer may be used to find internal resistance of a cell and establish a formula for it?
  12. Define electric resistance and write its S.I units how does the resistance of a conductor vary if
    • [a] Conductor is stretched four times of its length
    • [b] Temperature of conductors is increased
  13. State and explain Biot- savart law?
  14. State and ampere’s law?
  15. Compare the properties of par,dia and ferromagnetic substance?
  16. Define retentivity and coercivity.Draw the hysteresis curve for soft iron and steel.What do you infer from these curves?
  17. Describe the ways in which eddy currents are used to advantage?
  18. Obtain an expression for the current in a capacitor when an Ac emf is applied?
  19. What is the greenhouse effect and its contribution towards the surface temperature of earth?
  20. Summarize the photo picture of electromagnetic radiation?
  21. What is the broglie wavelength of a ball of mass 0.12kg moving with a speed of 20m/s?What can we infer from this result?
  22. What is the impact parameter and angle of scattering?How are they related to each other?
  23. What are the limitations of borns theory of hydrogen atoms?
  24. Discuss the behavior of a p-n junction.How does a potential barrier develop at the junction?
  25. Describe how a semiconductor diode is used as a half wave rectifier?
  26. Draw a block diagram of a common communication system and describe it briefly?

8 Marks important question from all lessons

  1. How are stationary waves formed in a closed pipe? Explain the various modes of vibration in a closed pipe and establish the relation between their frequencies?
  2. Explain the formation of stationary waves in stretched stretched strings and hence deduce the laws of transverse waves in stretched strings?
  3. Draw a neat labeled diagram of a compound microscope,explain its working expression for its magnification?
  4. [a] Using a neat labeled diagram derive the mirror equation.Define linear magnification
    [b] An object is placed at 5cm from a convex lens of focal length 15cm. What is its position?
  5. Describe Young’s intervention experiment and how you get the expression for the fringe width?
  6. What is Huygens’ principle? Explain the optical phenomenon of refraction using Huygens principle?
  7. Define electric potential. Derive an expression for the electric potential due to an electric dipole and hence the electric potential at a point [a] on the axial line of electric dipole [b] on the equatorial line of electric dipole.
  8. Explain series and parallel combination of capacitors.Derive the formula for equivalent capacitance in each combination?
  9. In a house three bulbs of 100W each are lighted for 4 hours daily and six tube lights of 20 W each are lighted for 5 hours daily and a refrigerator of 400 W is worked for 10 hours daily for a month of 30 days.Calculate the electricity bill if the cost of one units is Rs 4.00
  10. Two metallic wires A and B are connected in parallel.wire A has length L and radius r wire B has a length 2L and radius 2r.compute the ratio the total resistance of the parallel combination and resistance of wire A?

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