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# MCQs on Electromotive Force (EMF) for NEET 2021

Electromotive force is the electric potential that is produced by a changing magnetic field or an electrochemical cell. The electromotive force is measured in volts.

Q1. The flux used in the equation for the calculation of induced emf in a transformer is in its

1. RMS value
2. Average value
3. Maximum value
4. Twice that of the maximum value

Q2: What should be the value of primary to the secondary ratio for  a transformer to be an isolation transformer?

1. Equal to one
2. Less than one
3. More than one
4. Equal to 0.5

Q3. The average emf induced per turn in a transformer is given by

1. 1.11f Φm
2. 0.5f Φm
3. 4f Φm
4. 8f Φm

Q4. Who introduced the right-hand rule for determining the direction of the induced EMF?

1. Fleming
2. Lenz
3. Maxwell

Q5. Whenever there is a change in magnetic flux with respect to an electric conductor or a coil, an EMF is induced in the conductor is Faraday’s

1. first law
2. third law
3. second law
4. fourth law

Q6. Power of battery having emf E1=20V is

1. 44.2 Watt
2. 30.8 Watt
3. 13.4 Watt
4. 20 Watt

Q7: In which device is the principle of statically induced emf used?

1. Transformer
2. Motor
3. Generator
4. Battery

Q8: Statically induced emf’s magnitude depends on the

1. Rate of change of flux
2. Coil resistance
3. Flux magnitude
4. None of these

Answer: (a) Rate of change of flux

Q9: Which is the property of a coil by which a counter emf is induced when the current through the coil changes?

1. Self-inductance
2. Mutual inductance
3. Capacitance
4. None of these

Q10: Principle of dynamically induced emf is used in a

1. Choke
2. Transformer
3. Generator
4. Thermo-couple