Thermodynamics Quiz for Fun and Quiz Competition Practice 2

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#1. If a closed system is undergoing an irreversable process, the entropy of the system

#2. A field line is shown in the figure. This can't stand for

#3. Sublimation is the process of mixing of

#4. What is the unit of molar heat capacity

#5. What does entropy provide

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Answers of Thermodynamics Quiz

  1. Can increase, decrease or remain constant
  2. Electrostatic field
  3. Solid and vapor
  4. joule/mole.K
  5. a quantitative measure of randomness

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  1. If a closed system is undergoing an irreversable
    process, the entropy of the system
    a. Must increase
    b. Must decrease
    c. Always remain constant
    d. Can increase, decrease or remain constant()
  2. A field line is shown in the figure. This can’t stand for
magnetic field

  1. a. Magnetic field()
    b. Electrostatic field
    c. Gravitational field
    d. Induced electric field
  2. Sublimation is the process of mixing of
    a. Vapor and liquid
    b. Solid and vapor()
    c. Solid and liquid
    d. Liquid and plasma

4. What is the unit of molar heat capacity ?
a. joule/mole.K()

b. joule/K
c. calorie/atm.K
d. calorie/mol.atm

5.What does entropy provide?
a. a quantitative measure of temperature
b. a quantitative measure of randomness()
c. a qualitative measure of randomness
d. a quantitative measure of kinetic energy

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