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Heat Capacity: Physics Quiz

MCQ: In an experiment, 100 g of liquid requires 12600 J of thermal energy to raise it from 30 °C to 60 °C, thermal capacity of 100 g of water is

  1. 300 J K
  2. 420 J K
  3. 420 J K-1
  4. 300 J K-1

C

Measurement of Density Quiz

MCQ: A 250 cm³ flask of glass filled with seawater weighs 350 g. density of seawater if empty flask weighs 100 g would be

  1. 5 ⁄ 7 g ⁄ cm³
  2. 7 ⁄ 5 g ⁄ cm³
  3. 2 ⁄ 5 g ⁄ cm³
  4. 1 g ⁄ cm³

D

Boiling and Condensation Quiz

MCQ: Mercury has boiling point of

  1. 57 °C
  2. 157 °C
  3. 257 °C
  4. 357 °C

D

Thermal Energy Transfer: Physics Quiz

MCQ: Electric kettles are a bad example of

  1. conduction
  2. convection
  3. radiation
  4. conduction and radiation both

D

Meter Rule and Measuring Tape Quiz

MCQ: A measuring tape can measure length more than a/an

  1. meter
  2. inch but less than a foot
  3. foot but less than a meter
  4. centimeter

A