Physics GK 17 - Heat & Heat Transmission

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1).
What do we call the energy transferred between two systems by virtue of temperature difference?
2).
What is the S.I unit of heat energy?
3).
What is the freezing point of water as per the Fahrenheit scale?
4).
Which of the following represents the relationship between the Fahrenheit temperature and Celsius temperature?
5).
Which of the following represents Boyle's law?
6).
Which of the following represents Charles' law?
7).
Which of the following represents ideal gas law?
8).
What is the value of universal gas constant?
9).
Which of the following represents the absolute zero temperature?
10).
What is the relationship between Kelvin scale temperature (T) and Celsius scale temperature (tc)?
11).
What do we call the mode of transmission of heat by which heat travels from one part of a body to another by the actual motion of the heated particles of the body?
12).
What do we call the process in which heat is transferred from one place to the other without any intervening medium?
13).
What is a perfectly black body?
14).
What do we call the ratio of the radiant energy absorbed by a body in a given time to the total radiant energy incident on it in the same time?
15).
What is the S.I. unit of absorptive power?
16).
What is the absorptive power of a perfectly black body?
17).
What is the S.I unit of specific heat capacity?
18).
On which of the following the molar specific heat capacity of a substance depends?
19).
What is meant by Calorimetry?
20).
What do we call the temperature at which the liquid and the vapour states of the substance coexist?
21).
What is the process known as when substance converts from the solid to the vapour state directly?
22).
What do we call the temperature and pressure at which solid, liquid, and vapor phases of a particular substance coexist in equilibrium?
23).
What is the triple point of water?
24).
What is the S.I unit of Latent heat of fusion?
25).
Which of the following is correct about Convection?
26).
Which of the following is the phenomenon responsible for the trade winds?
27).
What is the value of Wien’s constant?
28).
Which of the following is correct about the rate of loss of heat of the body, as per the Newton’s law of cooling?
29).
What is the S.I unit of Stefan-Boltzmann constant?
30).
Which of the following are Green house gases?
1. What do we call the energy transferred between two systems by virtue of temperature difference?
[A] Kinetic Energy
[B] Potential Energy
[C] Heat Energy
[D] Mechanical Energy
2. What is the S.I unit of heat energy?
[A] Joule
[B] Kelvin
[C] Candela
[D] Ampere
3. What is the freezing point of water as per the Fahrenheit scale?
[A] 0°
[B] 32°
[C] 100°
[D] 212°
4. Which of the following represents the relationship between the Fahrenheit temperature and Celsius temperature?
[A] tf = (tc x 180)/100 – 32
[B] tf = (tc x 100)/180 – 32
[C] tf = (tc x 100)/180 + 32
[D] tf = (tc x 180)/100 + 32
5. Which of the following represents Boyle’s law?
[A] Pressure = Volume when temperature is constant
[B] Pressure x Volume = constant when temperature is constant
[C] Pressure =2 x Volume when temperature is constant
[D] None of the above
6. Which of the following represents Charles’ law?
[A] Volume x Temperature = constant when Pressure is constant
[B] Volume/Temperature = constant when Pressure is constant
[C] Temperature = Volume when Pressure is constant
[D] None of the above
7. Which of the following represents ideal gas law?
[A] PVT = constant
[B] PT/V = constant
[C] PV/T = constant
[D] VT/P = constant
8. What is the value of universal gas constant?
[A] 2.31 J mol-1 K–1
[B] 4.31 J mol-1 K–1
[C] 6.31 J mol-1 K–1
[D] 8.31 J mol-1 K–1
9. Which of the following represents the absolute zero temperature?
[A] 0° C
[B] -100° C
[C] -273.15° C
[D] 273.15° C
10. What is the relationship between Kelvin scale temperature (T) and Celsius scale temperature (tc)?
[A] T = tc + 273.15
[B] T = tc – 273.15
[C] T = tc + 100
[D] T = tc – 100
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