A. Diamagnetic
B. Paramagnetic
C. Ferromagnetic
D. Not a magnetic substance

Answer: A

A diamagnetic material creates a magnetic field opposing that of the external magnetic field and it repels the external magnetic field. Hence its permeability is less than that of free space.

3. Which, among the following, have negative susceptibility?

A. Diamagnetic
B. Paramagnetic
C. Ferromagnetic
D. Not a magnetic substance

Answer: A

Magnetic susceptibility is the degree of magnetization of a material in response to the external magnetic field. Diamagnetic substances repel the magnetic field and hence have negative susceptibility.

4. Which, among the following, have positive susceptibility?

A. Diamagnetic
B. Paramagnetic
C. Ferromagnetic
D. Both paramagnetic and ferromagnetic

Answer: D

Magnetic susceptibility is the degree of magnetization of a material in response to the external magnetic field. Both paramagnetic and ferromagnetic materials have positive susceptibility as they get magnetized when placed in an external magnetic field.

5. A substance whose permeability is more than the permeability of free space is?

A. Diamagnetic
B. Paramagnetic
C. Ferromagnetic
D. Both paramagnetic and ferromagnetic

Answer: D

Relative permeability = 1+Magnetic susceptibility

Since both paramagnetic and ferromagnetic materials have positive susceptibility, their relative permeability is greater than unity i.e. their permeability is more than the permeability of free space.

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6. The unit for permeability of free space is?

A. Henry
B. Henry-m
C. Henry/m
D. Henry/m^{2}

Answer: C

Using the formula of self-inductance of the solenoid,

L = µ_{0}n^{2}A/l

We get a unit of µ_{0} = Henry/m.

7. Which among the following, is a correct expression for µ_{0}.

A. µ_{0} = BH
B. µ_{0} = B/H
C. µ_{0} = H/B
D. µ_{0} = BH^{2}

Answer: B

Magnetic permeability is the constant of proportionality between the magnetic flux density and magnetic field strength of a given medium. Hence µ_{0} = B/H.

8. Calculate the magnetic flux density if the magnetic field strength is 2A/m.

A. 4×pi×10^{-7}T
B. 8×pi×10^{-7}T
C. 10×pi×10^{-7}T
D. 12×pi×10^{-7}T

Answer: B

We know that:

µ_{0} = B/H

Substituting the value of H from the question, we get

B = 8×pi×10^{-7}T.

9. Calculate the magnetic field strength if the magnetic flux density is 4×piT.

A. 10^{-7}/16×pi^{2}A/m
B. 10^{-7}A/m
C. 10^{7}A/m
D. 10^{-7}A

Answer: C

We know that:

µ_{0} = B/H

Substituting the value of B from the question, we get

H = 10^{7}A/m.

10. Calculate the magnetic flux density if the magnetic field strength is 3A/m.

A. 4×pi×10^{-7}T
B. 8×pi×10^{-7}T
C. 10×pi×10^{-7}T
D. 12×pi×10^{-7}T

Answer: D

We know that:

µ_{0} = B/H

Substituting the value of H from the question, we get