Basic Electronics MCQ

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Basic Electronics MCQ


1. Who discovered the relationship b/w electricity and magnetism that serves as the foundation for the theory of electromagnetism?

A. Luigi Galvani

B. Hans Christian Oersted

C. Andre Ampere

D. Charles Coulomb


2. Who discovered the theory of electromagnetic induction in 1831?

A. Michael Faraday

B. Andre Ampere

C. James Clerk Maxwell

D. Charles Coulomb


3. Who discovered the electromagnetic theory of light in 1862?

A. Heinrich Rudolf Hertz

B. Wilhelm Rontgen“

C. James Clerk Maxwell

D. Andre Ampere


4. Who found that a current-carrying conductor would move when placed in a

A. magnetic field?

B. Michael Faraday

C. Andre Ampere

D. Hans Christian Oersted

E. Gustav Robert Kirchhoff


5. Who found the most important electrical effects, which is the magnetic effect?

A. Hans Christian Oersted

B. Sir Charles Wheatstone

C. Georg Ohm

D. James Clerk Maxwell


6. Who found that there are magnetic effects around each current-carrying conductor and that current-carrying conductor can attract and repulse each other simply like magnets?

A. Luigi Galvani

B. Charles Coulomb

C. Hans Christian Oersted

D. Andre Ampere


7. Who discovered superconductivity in 1911?

A. Kamerlingh Onnes

B. Alex Muller

C. Georg Bednorz

D. Charles Coulomb


8. The magnitude of the produced emf in a coil is directly proportional to the rate of change of flux linkages. This is called

A. Joule’s Law

B. Faraday’s second law of electromagnetic induction

C. Faraday’s first law of electromagnetic induction

D. Coulomb’s Law


9. Whenever a flux is inking a coil or current changes, an emf is induced in it. This is known as

A. Joule’s Law

B. Coulomb’s Law

C. Faraday’s first law of electromagnetic induction

D. Faraday’s second law of electromagnetic induction


10. The force of attraction or repulsion b/w two magnetic poles is directly proportional to their strengths.

A. Newton’s first law

B. Faraday’s first law of electromagnetic induction

C. Coulomb’s first law

D. Coulomb’s second law

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