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In Raman effect, Stokes’ lines are spectral lines having
1) wavelength greater than that of the original line.
2) wavelength less than that of the original line.
3) wavelength equal to that of the original line.
4) frequency greater than that of the original line.
The principle of LASER action involves
1) Stimulated emission
2) Population inversion
3) Amplification of particular frequency emitted by the system
4) All of these
An electron is
1) A lepton 2) A nucleon
3) Baryon 4) Hadron
Minority carriers in a p-type semiconductor are
1) Holes 2) Free electrons
3) Both holes and free electrons 4) Neither holes nor free electrons
The surface temperature of the Sun which has maximum energy emission at 500 nm is 6000 K. The temperature of a star which has maximum energy emission at 400 nm will be
1) 6500 K 2) 7500K
3) 4500 K 4) 8500 K