HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Chapter 14 Permanent Magnets will help students become better problem solvers and develop efficient analytical skills that will be helpful in tackling complex questions given in this chapter. Apart from that students will further gain a clearer understanding of concepts. The solutions provided here contain detailed answers to all the exercises which students can refer and study productively for the exams especially competitive ones like IIT JEE.
With all the topics, the HC Verma solutions will give students a good idea of tackling difficult numerical problems in the right manner and in less time.
Key Concepts Related To Permanent Magnets
As for the chapter, it deals with the topic of magnets and related concepts like;
- Magnetic Poles and Bar Magnets
- Torque and Magnetic Field on a Bar Magnet
- Magnetic Scalar Potential
- Terrestrial Magnetism
- Determination of Dip
- Neutral Point
- Tangent and Moving Coil Galvanometer
- Tangent Law of Perpendicular Fields
- Deflection and Oscillation Magnometer
- Gauss’s Law for Magnetism
Students can access the solution below.
Important Questions In Chapter 14
1. Do you think that in a magnetic dipole two distinct poles can actually exist at two nearby points?
2. Is it possible for the earth’s magnetic field to be vertical at a place? How will a freely suspended magnet react at such places? Give the value of dip in such cases?
3. We take a tangent galvanometer and connect it to a battery. Now, if we double the number of turns in the coil what will happen to the deflection?
(a) no changes (b) it increases (c) decreases (d) it can either increase or decrease
4. State your observation when a compass needle is allowed to move in a horizontal plane in a geomagnetic pole.
(a) will stay in any position (b) there is no movement (c) will stay in an east-west direction (d) it will stay in the north-south direction
5. What is Magnetic meridian?
(a) It is a vertical plane (c) It is a horizontal plane (b) A line along north-south (d) Just a point
HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Permanent Magnets Chapter 14