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NUCLEAR PHYSICS & LASER Sample Papers for B.Sc (PCM) Third YearItsMyAcademy.com

NUCLEAR PHYSICS & LASER Sample Papers for B.Sc (PCM) Third Year

B.Sc (PCM) commonly known as general B.Sc in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics is a three years Bachelors degree program conducted by various universities all over the world. B.Sc (PCM) program is done after the completion of high school from Science Stream with physics, chemistry and mathematics in school. This sample question paper of B.Sc PCM for Nuclear physics & Laser is for 3rd year students.




Time: 3 hours                                                                      M.Marks:60

Note: – Attempt any 5 questions.

All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1      What do you mean by artificial radioactivity?

 Q.2     Discuss in brief:

(a)    Nuclean scattering at low energy.

(b)   Meson theory of Nuclear forces.

 Q.3  Give an account of different types of symmetries and associated conservation law with examples.

 Q.4     Explain allowed and forbidden transitions in beta decay with examples.                            

 Q.5     Explain the salient features of Gamma decay.

 Q.6     Discuss in brief internal conversion.

Q.7      What are thermonuclear reactions?

 Q.8     Distinguish between spontaneous and stimulated emission. Discuss in brief about the laser pumping in three level systems.

 Q.9       Define Q-factor of a resonator cavity.

Notes :

1.You can save above NUCLEAR PHYSICS & LASER Sample Paper of B.Sc General  in MS Word on your computer for future use and printing purpose.

2. Above Sample paper of B.Sc General has been created to help students of B.sc third year who are preparing for the exam of NUCLEAR PHYSICS & LASER.

3. The above sample paper doesn’t ensure that the same or similar type of question will come in you exam. It may come or not. It depends on your university. We are just trying to help by providing the possibilities.

4. We personally recommend you to go thoroughly with your syllabus of  B.Sc(General) of your stream,  book  and concepts to get better marks.

Good Luck for Your Upcoming B.Sc Examination.