Measurement of Temperature Multiple Choice Questions Test 1 Tests pdf Download

Practice O level physics test 1 with MCQ on scales of temperature test for online learning. Learn measurement of temperature multiple choice questions (MCQ) on scales of temperature, measuring temperature, types of thermometers with answers. Free measurement of temperature revision notes has answer key with choices as 65 °c, 60 °c, 70 °c and 75 °c of multiple choice questions (MCQ) as in a resistance thermometer, a metal wire shows a resistance of 500 ω at ice point and 550 ω at steam point, calculate temperature that corresponds to resistance of 535 ω. to test learning skills. Study to learn scales of temperature quiz questions to practice MCQ based online exam preparation test.

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MCQ. In a resistance thermometer, a metal wire shows a resistance of 500 Ω at ice point and 550 Ω at steam point, calculate temperature that corresponds to resistance of 535 Ω.

  1. 60 °C
  2. 65 °C
  3. 70 °C
  4. 75 °C

C

MCQ. Absolute zero on kelvin scale is equal to

  1. 373 K
  2. 273 K
  3. 0 K
  4. None of above

C

MCQ. While going through a heap of junk in her garage, Jackie found an uncalibrated mercury thermometer. After a few experiments, she succeeded in calibrating it. Her notes show that ice point of thermometer corresponds to 3 cm while steam point corresponds to 30 cm of mercury. If Jackies calculations are fine then length = 15 cm would correspond to

  1. 46 °C
  2. 44 °C
  3. 42 °C
  4. 40 °C

B

MCQ. Every temperature measuring instrument makes use of a physical property of a substance in order to measure temperature objectively, which physical property is used by Mercury-in-glass thermometer?

  1. Electromotive force
  2. Volume of a fixed mass of liquid
  3. Resistance of a piece of metal
  4. Pressure of a fixed mass of gas at constant volume

B

MCQ. Which one of these thermometers is portable as well as simple to use?

  1. Constant-volume gas thermometer
  2. Resistance thermometer
  3. Thermocouple
  4. Mercury-in-glass thermometer

D

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