Al-Huda Science Academy has designed Class 12 MCQs Physics Chapter 15 Electromagnetic Induction for board, MdCat and ECAT preparation. These MCQs help students to prepare for their entry test papers.

Chapter 15 Electromagnetic Induction includes topics:

  • Induced emf and Induced current
  • Motional emf
  • Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction
  • Lenz’s law and direction of induced emf
  • Mutual Induction
  • Self Induction
  • Energy stored in an inductor
  • Alternating Current Generator

MCQs Physics Chapter 15 Electromagnetic Induction

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#1. If we move the magnet towards the coil then it will _____ the magnet.

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#2. W =

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#3. Self Induced emf is called as _____ emf.

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#4. If the flux changes from minimum to maximum then direction of induced current will be in _____.

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#5. If flux is changing from maximum to minimum then the direction of induced current will be:

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#6. Є =

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#7. EMF can be induced by relative motion of Magnet and _____.

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#8. Є =

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#9. In AC generator, split rings are replaced by:

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#10. Unit of Mutual Inductance M is:

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#11. Єo =

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#12. Induced emf by the motion of conductor is due to:

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#13. 1Henry =

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#14. _____ operates on the principle of electromagnetic induction.

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#15. In mutual induction, M does not depend on:

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#16. AC generator converts _____ energy into electricla energy.

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#17. AC generator is based on:

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#18. If a wire is wounded on to a conductor then it will become:

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#19. Lenz's law is according to:

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#20. Energy Density Um =

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#21. In Faraday's law, the negative sign shows that rate of change of flux will oppose the _____.

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#22. A single wounded wire will behave as:

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#23. If we move the magnet away from the coil then it will _____ the magnet.

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