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\(4.0~\text{gm}\) of gas occupies \(22.4~\text{litres}\) at NTP. The specific heat capacity of the gas at a constant volume is \(5.0~\text{JK}^{-1}\text{mol}^{-1}.\) If the speed of sound in the gas at NTP is \(952~\text{ms}^{-1},\) then the molar heat capacity at constant pressure will be: (\(R=8.31~\text{JK}^{-1}\text{mol}^{-1}\))

1. | \(8.0~\text{JK}^{-1}\text{mol}^{-1}\) | 2. | \(7.5~\text{JK}^{-1}\text{mol}^{-1}\) |

3. | \(7.0~\text{JK}^{-1}\text{mol}^{-1}\) | 4. | \(8.5~\text{JK}^{-1}\text{mol}^{-1}\) |

Subtopic: Speed of Sound |

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A string is stretched between fixed points separated by \(75.0~\text{cm}\). It is observed to have resonant frequencies of \(420~\text{Hz}\) and \(315~\text{Hz}\). There are no other resonant frequencies between these two. The lowest resonant frequency for this string is:

1. \( 155 \mathrm{~Hz} \)

2. \( 205 \mathrm{~Hz} \)

3. \( 10.5 \mathrm{~Hz} \)

4. \( 105 \mathrm{~Hz}\)

Subtopic: Standing Waves |

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The fundamental frequency of a closed organ pipe of a length \(20\) cm is equal to the second overtone of an organ pipe open at both ends. The length of the organ pipe open at both ends will be:

1. | \(80\) cm | 2. | \(100\) cm |

3. | \(120\) cm | 4. | \(140\) cm |

Subtopic: Standing Waves |

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If \(n_1\), \(n_2\)_{,} and \(n_3\)_{ }are the fundamental frequencies of three segments into which a string is divided, then the original fundamental frequency \(n\) of the string is given by:

1. \( \frac{1}{n}=\frac{1}{n_1}+\frac{1}{n_2}+\frac{1}{n_3}\)

2. \( \frac{1}{\sqrt{n}}=\frac{1}{\sqrt{n_1}}+\frac{1}{\sqrt{n_2}}+\frac{1}{\sqrt{n_3}}\)

3. \( \sqrt{n}=\sqrt{n_1}+\sqrt{n_2}+\sqrt{n_3}\)

4. \( n=n_1+n_2+n_3\)

Subtopic: Standing Waves |

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AIPMT - 2014

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The number of possible natural oscillations of the air column in a pipe closed at one end of length \(85\) cm whose frequencies lie below \(1250\) Hz are:(velocity of sound= $\mathrm{}$\(340~\text{m/s}\)

1. \(4\)

2. \(5\)

3. \(7\)

4. \(6\)

Subtopic: Standing Waves |

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If we study the vibration of a pipe open at both ends, then which of the following statements is not true:

1. | Odd harmonics of the fundamental frequency will be generated. |

2. | All harmonics of the fundamental frequency will be generated. |

3. | Pressure change will be maximum at both ends. |

4. | The open end will be an antinode. |

Subtopic: Standing Waves |

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AIPMT - 2013

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A source of unknown frequency gives \(4\) beats/s when sounded with a source of known frequency of \(250~\text{Hz}\). The second harmonic of the source of unknown frequency gives five beats per second when sounded with a source of frequency of \(513~\text{Hz}\). The unknown frequency will be:

1. | \(246~\text{Hz}\) | 2. | \(240~\text{Hz}\) |

3. | \(260~\text{Hz}\) | 4. | \(254~\text{Hz}\) |

Subtopic: Beats |

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AIPMT - 2013

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A wave traveling in the +ve \(x\)-direction having maximum displacement along \(y\)-direction as \(1~\text{m}\), wavelength \(2\pi ~\text{m}\) and frequency of \(\frac{1}{\pi}~\text{Hz}\), is represented by:

1. \(y=\sin (2 \pi x-2 \pi t)\)

2. \(y=\sin (10 \pi x-20 \pi t)\)

3. \(y=\sin (2 \pi x+2 \pi t)\)

4. \( y=\sin (x-2 t)\)

Subtopic: Wave Motion |

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AIPMT - 2013

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The length of a wire between the two ends of a sonometer is \(100\) cm. What should be the positions of two bridges below the wire so that the three segments of the wire have their fundamental frequencies in the ratio \(1:3:5\)?

1. \(\frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{500}{23} \mathrm{~cm} \)

2. \(\frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{300}{23} \mathrm{~cm} \)

3. \(\frac{300}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm} \)

4. \(\frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{2000}{23} \mathrm{~cm}\)

1. \(\frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{500}{23} \mathrm{~cm} \)

2. \(\frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{300}{23} \mathrm{~cm} \)

3. \(\frac{300}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm} \)

4. \(\frac{1500}{23} \mathrm{~cm}, \frac{2000}{23} \mathrm{~cm}\)

Subtopic: Standing Waves |

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Two sources \(\text{P}\) and \(\text{Q}\) produce notes of frequency \(660~\text{Hz}\) each. A listener moves from \(\text{P}\) to \(\text{Q}\) with a speed of \(1\) m/s. If The speed of sound is \(330\) m/s, then number of beats heard by the listener per second will be:

1. \(4\)

2. \(8\)

3. \(2\)

4. zero

1. \(4\)

2. \(8\)

3. \(2\)

4. zero

Subtopic: Doppler's Effect (OLD NCERT) |

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