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Q.4. (a) Outline the basic facts of Photo electricity. Give the law of Photoelectric emission.

How
can they be explained? (12) (b) The kinetic Energies of photoelectrons range from zero to
4.0x1019J, when light of wavelength 3000 A° falls on a surface, what is the stopping potential
for this light? What is the threshold wavelength for the material? (8) (1 eV= 1.602x1O19J.)

Q.5. (a) State fundamental postulates of Bohr‟s Theory of hydrogen atom Derive the
mathematical expression for energy of electron in hydrogen atom. Give the interpretation of
negative sign. (12) (b) Give an account of different series of Spectral lines of hydrogen atom. (8)

Q.6. (a) Give the significance of Schrodinger‟s Wave equation in wave mechanics. Apply it to
calculate energies of particle in a box and discuss the results. (12) (b) What is Ileisenberg‟s
Uncertainty principle? Explain its importance in the development of physics. (8)

(b) Mass Spectrometer and Isotope detection

Q5. (a) Discuss various models put forward to explain the atomic structure/ describe the
advantages and disadvantages of each model and show how the shortcomings of one model
were overcome by the subsequent model? (b) Explain the significance of Pauli‟s principle. (c)
An electron is moving with a velocity of m/s. Calculate the energy in electron-volts. Mass
of electron is given as g?

Q6. (a) Obtain expression for the wave numbers of lines belonging to different series of
hydrogen atom. Draw suitable diagrams to show hydrogen spectrum. (b) Find de-Broglie wave
length of helium atoms (mass kg) having average velocity m/s. Planck‟s constant is Js.

Q.5 (a) Describe Compton effect and find out the expression for the change in wavelength
when an electromagnetic photon strikes a particle – an electron of an atom. (b) How much is
the maximum change in wavelength in terms of Compton wavelength?
(c) An X-ray photon whose initial frequency was 05 1.5×(10)^19 Hz emerges from a collision
with an electron, with a frequency of 1.2×(10)^19 Hz. How much kinetic energy imported to the
electron?
Q.5. (a) Discuss briefly the wave nature of matter and obtain an expression of de Broglie's
wavelength
for matter waves. (14)
(b) Calculate the de Broglie's wavelength of a 0.20kg ball moving with a speed of 15 m/s. (06)
Q.6. (a) Derive Einstein's photoelectric effect on the basis of quantum theory and derive
Einstein's
photoelectric equations. (14)
(b) Calculate the work function of Na in electron-volts, given that the threshold wavelength is
6800
A° and h = 6.625 x 10-34 J-S

(b) Pauli's Exclusion Principle


(c) Compton Scattering

(b) Where did Rayleigh and Jeans go wrong? How did Planck radiation formula account
for the discrepancy in the black body radiations
(3,7)
Q.5. (a) Is the Compton effect more supportive of the photon theory of light than the
photoelectric effect? Explain your answer.
(4,6)
(b) A bullet of mass 41 g travels at 960 m/s. What wavelength can we associate with it?
Why does the wave nature of the bullet not reveal itself through diffraction effects?
(6,4)
Q.6. (a) How does the Rutherford orbital motion violate the classical physics? (10)
(b) Discuss the modification suggested in the Bohr’s atomic model to account for the
nuclear motion and the hydrogenic atoms.

(a) Schrödinger’s wave equation

Q. 6. (a)Explain how Devison and Germer experimentally proved that a material particle like
accelerated electrons can act as a wave.
Calculate the de.Broglie wavelength of an electron which is accelerated through a
potential difference of 100 KV. Should we apply the relativistic correction in this
calculation?

Sketch the probability of occurrence of an electron in Hydrogen atom.

Q.No.5. (a) Explain Compton Effect and Photoelectric Effect. How they support photon
theory of light?
(b) Discuss De-Broglie’s Hypothesis.
(10)
(10)
Q.No.6. (a) Discuss Bohr’s atomic model and its success. How Rutherford’s orbital motion
violate classical physics?
(b) Describe Schrodinger’s wave equation.