Q1 The heat required to raise the temperature of the body through 1K is called
Q2 The silvered walls of a vacuum flask minimise loss of heat due to
Q3 Which of the following does not need a medium for heat transfer
Q4 What is the lowest temperature of platinum resistance thermometer?
Q5 The heat required to change 1kg of ice at 0?C to water at the same temperature is called
specific heat capacit y of fusion
Q6 The quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of a body by one degree celcius is called the
therma l capacity
Q7 The unit of linear expansivity is
Q8 Which of the following thermometers can be used to measure a range of temperatures from -40?C to 90?C?
alcohol in glass
Q9 The normal body temperature of human beings is
Q10 Nm/Tm3 is the unit of
dipole moment per unit v olume
Q11 Magnetization is equal to the magnetic moment per unit —————
Q12 The magnetic ——————- of a sample is the maximum torque it experiences in unit magnetic field
Q13 Which of the following cooling methods is suitable for low temperature?
adiabatic de magnetization
Q14 Which of the following is not a method for temperature cooling?
Q15 To cool a gas by adiabatic decompression the gas is first compressed —————–
Q16 Isothermal process followed by ————- process are two processes that are involved in cooling a gas
Q17 If no temperature change takes place in a free expansion process, the internal energy is only dependent on
Q18 Which of the following coordinates does the internal energy of a gas not a function of?
Q19 The quantity (δ T/δ V)u is called the
Joule coefficien t
Q20 Which of the following is not a requirement for performing a continous throttling process?