By U.A.Bakshi, A.P.Godse
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Give briefly details of three applications of cathode-ray oscillographs in practice. ) 5. D. of 100 V. Calculate: (a) the velocity of these electrons in metres per second; (b) the strength of the magnetic field in which they travel in circular paths of radius 0 1 m if the electrons enter the field perpendicular to the lines of flux. ) ((a) 6 0 x 106msec-i; (b) 3-4xlO-^Wbnrt) 6. Describe with diagrams how a focused beam of electrons is produced by the electron gun of a cathode-ray tube. With the aid of a circuit diagram, explain how the brilliance and the focus of the spot at the fluorescent screen may be varied.
3. 5. Distribution of energy in the conduction electrons It is pertinent at this point to consider the Maxwell-Boltzmann statistical distribution of velocities among the molecules of a gas: the reader will be aware that a small number of gas molecules at any instant may be travelling extremely fast, whilst a similar number may be quite slow. The majority of the molecules, however, will be somewhat between these two extremes. 6 shows the velocity distribution of a "free electron" gas at two different temperatures, based on the Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics.
2, extending it to occupants of both sexes. ) 4. When an electron is free from the atom it can have any energy. Why is this not so within the atom ? 5. 2 point out all the metals, semiconductors and inert gases that you can see. What do the elements in a given group have in common ? 6. Why does the single energy level of an isolated atom become a band of energies for a group of atoms in the solid state? 7. Write an account of conduction in the solid state with particular refer ence to the forbidden zone.
Analog Electronics by U.A.Bakshi, A.P.Godse