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Question: Which law states that the internal energy of a gas is a function of temperature?
Options:
A. Charles' law
B. Joule's law
C. Boyle's law
D. There is no such law
Answer: Option B

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Question 1. The standard value of atmospheric pressure taken at sea level is
  1.     1.013 bar
  2.     760 mm of Hg
  3.     1013 × 102 N/m2
  4.     All of these
Answer: Option D
Question 2. The term n.t.p. stands for
  1.     Nominal temperature and pressure
  2.     Natural temperature and pressure
  3.     Normal temperature and pressure
  4.     Normal thermodynamic practice
Answer: Option C
Question 3. Which law states that the internal energy of a gas is a function of temperature?
  1.     Charles' law
  2.     Joule's law
  3.     Boyle's law
  4.     There is no such law
Answer: Option B
Question 4. The term n.t.p. stands for
  1.     Nominal temperature and pressure
  2.     Natural temperature and pressure
  3.     Normal temperature and pressure
  4.     Normal thermodynamic practice
Answer: Option C
Question 5. The standard value of atmospheric pressure taken at sea level is
  1.     1.013 bar
  2.     760 mm of Hg
  3.     1013 × 102 N/m2
  4.     All of these
Answer: Option D
Question 6. In order that a cycle be reversible, following must be satisfied
  1.     Free expansion or friction resisted expansion/compression process should not be encountered
  2.     When heat is being absorbed, temperature of hot source and working substance should be same
  3.     When beat is being rejected, temperature of cold source and working substance should be same
  4.     All of the above
Answer: Option D

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