NEET MCQ for Physics 5
Q.1.SI unit of the power of a lens is
B) Horse power
Q.2.Which types of waves are utilized in the night visionary equipment?
A) Infrared wave
B) Micro wave
C) Radio wave
D) None of these
A) Are closer in regions of large electric fields compared to regions of lower electric fields.
B) Will be more crowded near sharp edges of a conductor.
C) Will always be equally spaced.
D) Both (A) and (B) are correct.
Q.4.The surface considered for Gauss’s law is called
A) Closed surface
B) Spherical surface
C) Gaussian surface
D) Plane surface
Q.5.A body of mass ‘m’ moving with velocity ‘u’ collides with a stationary body of mass -2m’ and coalesce to form one body. The speed of the system after collision is
Q.6.Which of the following has/have zero average value in a plane electromagnetic wave?
A) Both magnetic and electric fields
B) Electric field only
C) Magnetic field only
D) None of these
Q.7.Escape velocity of a body is
A) Directly proportional to its mass
B) Directly proportional to square of its mass
C) Inversely proportional to square of its mass
D) Does not depends on its mass
Q.8.Gravitational force is
A) Electrostatic force
B) Repulsive force
C) Conservative force
D) Non-conservative force
Q.9.The man who has won Nobel Prize twice in Physics is
Q.10.A particle of mass m moving in the x direction with speed 2v is hit by another particle of mass 2m moving in the y direction with speed v. If the collision is perfectly inelastic, the percentage loss in the energy during the collision is close to
Q.11.A bomb which is stationary is exploded into two equal parts. Both parts:
A) Will move with the same speed in same direction
B) Will move with the same speed but in opposite direction
C) Will move with different speed in opposite direction
D) Will move with any speed in any direction.
Q.12.Which of the following is known as law of inertia?
A) Newton’s first law of motion
B) Newton’s second law of motion
C) Newton’s third law of motion
D) Law of conservation of mass
Q.13.Which among the following instruments used in Forensic Sciences is popular as Lie detector?
D) Bio Sensor
Q.14.Which among the following is the SI physical unit of dynamic viscosity?
Q.15.What is TERLS?
A) A rocket launching Station
B) A Space Science & Technology Center
C) A satellite launched by India
D) A satellite launched by USA
Q.16.Which among the following sentence is correct reason behind the blue color of ocean water?
A) Water molecules absorb all other colors except blue
B) Impurities in Sea water reflect the blue light
C) Water molecules scatter the blue light
D) None of the above
Q.17.Which among the following is true regarding Sound Waves?
A) They are longitudinal waves and material medium is not required for their propagation
B) They are transverse waves and material medium is required for their propagation
C) They are longitudinal waves and material medium is required for their propagation
D) They are transverse waves and material medium is not required for their propagation
Q.18.Albert Einstein was awarded Nobel Prize for his path-breaking research and formulation of the:
A) Theory of Relativity
B) Laws of Photo-Electric Effect
C) Principle of Wave-Particle Duality
D) Theory of Critical Opalescence
Q.19.Which of the followings is not a fundamental physical quantity?
Q.20.Bernoulli’s theorem is based on the law of conservation of
C) Linear Momentum
D) Angular Momentum
Q.21.The name of Robert Watson-Watt is associated with which among the following inventions?
A) Steam Engine
B) Electric Bulb
C) Radar Technology
Q.22.Which among the following is the largest nuclear power station of India by capacity?
A) Tarapur Atomic Power Station, Maharashtra
B) Rajasthan Atomic Power Station, Rawatbhata
C) Kaiga Atomic Power Station, Karnataka
D) Madras Atomic Power Station, Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu
Q.23.What happens when a ship enters a Sea from a river?
A) It rises
B) It remains at the same level
C) Sinks a little
D) None of the above
Light from the Sun reaches us in nearly
A) 2 Minutes
B) 4 Minutes
C) 8 Minutes
D) 16 Minutes
Mercury is commonly used as a thermometric fluid rather than water because
A) Specific heat of mercury is less than water
B) Specific heat of mercury is more than water
C) Mercury has greater visibility than water
D) Density of mercury is more than the water