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JEE Advanced 2017 Paper 2 Offline

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+3

-0

Consider a simple RC circuit as shown in Figure 1.

Process 1 : In the circuit the switch S is closed at t = 0 and the capacitor is fully charged to voltage V

Process 2 : In a different process the voltage is first set to $${{{V_0}} \over 3}$$ and maintained for a charging time T >> RC. Then, the voltage is raised to $${{2{V_0}} \over 3}$$ without discharging the capacitor and again maintained for a time T >> RC. The process is repeated one more time by raising the voltage to V

These two processes are depicted in Figure 2.

Process 1 : In the circuit the switch S is closed at t = 0 and the capacitor is fully charged to voltage V

_{0}(i.e. charging continues for time T >> RC). In the process some dissipation (E_{D}) occurs across the resistance R. The amount of energy finally stored in the fully charged capacitor is E_{C}.Process 2 : In a different process the voltage is first set to $${{{V_0}} \over 3}$$ and maintained for a charging time T >> RC. Then, the voltage is raised to $${{2{V_0}} \over 3}$$ without discharging the capacitor and again maintained for a time T >> RC. The process is repeated one more time by raising the voltage to V

_{0}and the capacitor is charged to the same final voltage V_{0}as in Process 1.These two processes are depicted in Figure 2.

In Process 1, the energy stored in the capacitor E

_{C}and heat dissipated across resistance E_{D}are related by2

JEE Advanced 2017 Paper 2 Offline

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+3

-0

Consider a simple RC circuit as shown in Figure 1.

Process 1 : In the circuit the switch S is closed at t = 0 and the capacitor is fully charged to voltage V

Process 2 : In a different process the voltage is first set to $${{{V_0}} \over 3}$$ and maintained for a charging time T >> RC. Then, the voltage is raised to $${{2{V_0}} \over 3}$$ without discharging the capacitor and again maintained for a time T >> RC. The process is repeated one more time by raising the voltage to V

These two processes are depicted in Figure 2.

Process 1 : In the circuit the switch S is closed at t = 0 and the capacitor is fully charged to voltage V

_{0}(i.e. charging continues for time T >> RC). In the process some dissipation (E_{D}) occurs across the resistance R. The amount of energy finally stored in the fully charged capacitor is E_{C}.Process 2 : In a different process the voltage is first set to $${{{V_0}} \over 3}$$ and maintained for a charging time T >> RC. Then, the voltage is raised to $${{2{V_0}} \over 3}$$ without discharging the capacitor and again maintained for a time T >> RC. The process is repeated one more time by raising the voltage to V

_{0}and the capacitor is charged to the same final voltage V_{0}as in Process 1.These two processes are depicted in Figure 2.

In Process 2, total energy dissipated across the resistance E

_{D}is3

IIT-JEE 2012 Paper 2 Offline

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+4

-1

In the given circuit, a charge of $$+80$$ $$\mu C$$ is given to the upper plate of the $$4$$ $$\mu F$$ capacitor. Then in the steady state, the charge on the upper plate of the $$3$$ $$\mu F$$ capacitor is

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IIT-JEE 2011 Paper 1 Offline

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

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-0.5

A $$2$$ $$\mu F$$ capacitor is charged as shown in the figure. The percentage of its stored energy dissipated after the switch $$S$$ is turned to position $$2$$ is

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