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#1. Increase in entropy of a system stands for

#2. The specific heat of an ideal gas is

#3. If the pressure of an ideal gas is increased by keeping the temperature constant, then how would the kinetic energy change?

#4. What happens in an adiabatic process?

#5. In a heat engine based on Carnot cycle, heat is added to the working substance at constant

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Answers to Thermodynamics Quiz

  1. Increase in temperature
  2. Proportional to T rest to 0
  3. No change
  4. None of the above
  5. Temperature

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  1. Increase in entropy of a system stands for
    a. Increase in availability of energy
    b. Increase in temperature()
    c. Degradation of energy
    d. Decrease in pressure

2. The specific heat of an ideal gas is

  a. Proportional to T2

  b. Proportional to T4

  c. Proportional to T0()  

d. None of the above

  1. If the pressure of an ideal gas is increased by keeping
    the temperature constant, then how would the kinetic
    energy change?
    a. No change()
    b. Decrease
    c. Increase
    d. Can’t be determined
  2. What happens in an adiabatic process?
    a. Temperature is constant
    b. The pressure is constant
    c. Volume is constant
    d. None of the above()
  3. In a heat engine based on the Carnot cycle, heat is added
    to the working substance at constant
    a. Pressure
    b. Temperature()
    c. Entropy
    d. All of the above

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