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Latent Heat Quiz

MCQ: Amount of thermal energy required to change state of 1 kg of object from liquid to gas or vice versa is termed as

  1. Specific Latent Heat of Fusion
  2. Specific Latent Heat of Vaporization
  3. Heat Capacity
  4. Specific Heat Capacity

B

States of Matter Quiz

MCQ: Continuous motion of these tiny particles (atoms) is termed as

  1. potential model of atoms
  2. kinetic model of matter
  3. potential model of matter
  4. kinetic model of atoms

B

Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: Absolute zero is equal to -273 °C, which is equal to

  1. 546 K
  2. −546 K
  3. 0 K
  4. 1 K

C

Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: An unmarked alcohol-in-glass thermometer has l100 60 cm and l0 is 10 cm, if lθ is 50 cm, temperature of thermometer would be

  1. 20 °C
  2. 40 °C
  3. 60 °C
  4. 80 °C

D

Pressure of Gases Quiz

MCQ: Atmospheric pressure is calculated by the

  1. height of water column in barometer
  2. height of mercury column in barometer
  3. height of lime column in the barometer
  4. height of oil column in the barometer

B