# The absolute zero pressure can be obtained at a temperature of

1.  00C

2.  2730C

3.  +2730K

4.   None of these

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None of these

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# Three states of matter are distinguished with respect to molecules by the

1.  Atoms in molecules

2.  Number

3.  Orientation

4.  Character of motion

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Character of motion

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# The temperature at which, the volume of a gas become zero, is called

1.  Absolute temperature

2.  Absolute zero temperature

3.  Absolute scale of temperature

4.  None of these

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Absolute zero temperature

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# The absolute zero pressure exists

1.  At sea level

2.  At -2730K

3.  At vacuum condition

4.  When molecular momentum of the system becomes zero

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When molecular momentum of the system becomes zero

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# Equal volume of all gases, at the same temperature and pressure, contain equal number of molecules. This is according to

1.  Charle’s law

3.  Joule’s law

4.  Gay lussac law

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# The universal gas constant of a gas is the product of molecular weight of the gas and

1.  Gas constant

2.  Specific heat at constant pressure

3.  Specific heat constant volume

4.  None of these

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Gas constant

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# The difference between two specific heats of a gas is equal to universal gas constant, when

1.  1 gm of gas is heated

2.  1 gm molecule of gas is heated

3.  1 mole of gas is heated

4.   Any quantity of gas is heated

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1 gm molecule of gas is heated

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# The difference between two specific heats, CP-CV =R/J. This relation is valid for

1.  Ideal gases

2.  Perfevt gases

3.  Real gases

4.  Pure gases

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Perfevt gases

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# Specific heat of a gas, Cp=Cv, at

1.  Absolute zero

2.  Critical temperature

3.  Triple point

4.  All temperature

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Absolute zero

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# When heat is supplied at constant volume of a gas, it

1.  Increases the internal energy

2.  Increase the temperature

3.  Does some external work

4.  All of these

5.  Both (a), (b)

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