HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Chapter 19 Electric Current Through Gases

HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Chapter 19 Electric Current Through Gases have strived to convey knowledge related to topics such as acceleration of the electron if the mass of a proton, an electron is given etc. We are offering conceptual problems along with solved examples in a very readable, applied and hands-on format to increase the understanding and enjoyment of the learning process. You will get to learn topics of electric current in the problems given such as:

  • We have questions on finding the distance traveled by the particle if its energy, force, and acceleration, velocity are given and vice versa
  • We have questions related to finding the pressure of a tube and we will seeing questions related to cathode acting as a black body
  • We have questions on amplification factor, load resistance, mutual conductance and much more

Every chapter of HCV Solutions has exercises which are arranged in a systematic manner in order to give you an amazing learning experience while solving. We will be seeing problems with respect to this chapter which will help you understand the electric current through gases in a better way.

HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Electric Current Through Gases Chapter 19












Practise This Question

Suppose you are a very competent surgeon in a super-famous hospital, which is located in Chennai. The year is 2004, 16 years after you joined as the chief of Surgery. The whole city is struck by a major tsunami and the non-stop rains have flooded your hospital. There is no electricity and you are in surgery with only 30 minutes of power backup, barely enough to sustain vital medical equipment and the lights. Your knowledge and experience suggest that you will be able to finish the surgery in not more than 18 minutes but the blood plasma has just precipitated. You cannot connect any more equipment but you will need to convert the precipitated blood into a colloid again or else the patient is no more. What do you do?