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1. Degress of freedom at triple point will be

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A : 0

B : 1

C : 2

D : 3

2. Joule-Thomson experiment is

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A : isobaric

B : adiabatic

C : isenthalpic

D : both(b) & (c)

3. A refrigerator may be termed as a

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A : heat pump

B : heat engine

C : Carnot engine

D : none of these

4. "Law of corresponding states" says that

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A : , two different gases behave similarly, if their reduced properties ( i . e . P, V and T) are same.

B : the surface of separation (i. e. the meniscus) between liquid and vapour phase disappears at the critical temperature.

C : no gas can be liquified above the critical temperature, howsoever high the pressure may be.

D : the molar heat of energy of gas at constant volume should be nearly constant (about 3 calories).

5. Pick out the correct statement.

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A : Compression ratio of an Otto engine is comparatively higher than a diesel engine.

B : Efficiency of an Otto engine is higher than that of a diesel engine for the same compression ratio.

C : Otto engine efficiency decreases with the rise in compression ratio, due to decrease in work produced per quantity of heat.

D : Diesel engine normally operates at lower compression ratio than an Otto engine for an equal output of work.

6. In any spontaneous process,

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A : only F decreases

B : only A decreases

C : both F and A decreases

D : both F and A increase

7. Entropy of an ideal gas depends upon its

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A : pressure

B : temperature

C : both (a) & (b)

D : neither (a) nor (b)

8. Out of the following refrigration cycles, which one has the minimum COP (Co-efficient of performance)?

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A : Air cycle

B : Carnot cycle

C : Ordinary vapour compression cycle

D : Vapour compression with a reversible expansion engine

9. Keeping the pressure constant, to double the volume of a given mass of an ideal gas at 27°C, the temperature should be raised to __________ °C.

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A : 270

B : 327

C : 300

D : 540

10. Internal energy change of a system over one complete cycle in a cyclic process is

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A : zero

B : +ve

C : -ve

D : dependent on the path

1. High __________ is an undesirable property for a good refrigerant.

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A : specific heat

B : latent heat of vaporisation

C : viscosity

D : specific vapor volume

2. All gases during throttling process at atmospheric temperature and pressure show a cooling effect except

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A : CO 2

B : H 2

C : O 2

D : N 2

3. The expression, , gives the free energy change

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A : with pressure changes at constant temperature.

B : under reversible isothermal volume change.

C : during heating of an ideal gas.

D : during cooling of an ideal gas.

4. The co-efficient of performance (COP) of a refrigerating system, which is its index of performance, is defined as the ratio of useful refrigeration to the net work. The units of __________ and COP are the same.

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A : kinematic viscosity

B : work

C : temperature

D : none of these

5. In jet refrigerators, the refrigerating fluid is practically always

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A : water

B : ammonia

C : freon

D : brine

6. For a stable phase at constant pressure and temperature, the fugacity of each component in a binary system __________ as its mole fraction increases.

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A : decreases

B : increases

C : remains same

D : decreases linearly

7. Van Laar equation deals with the activity co-efficients in

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A : binary solutions

B : ternary solutions

C : azeotropic mixture only

D : none of these

8. Which of the following is not an intensive property?

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A : Chemical potential

B : Surface tension

C : Heat capacity

D : None of these

9. "At the absolute zero temperature, the entropy of every perfectly crystalline substance becomes zero". This follows from the

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A : third law of thermodynamics

B : second law of thermodynamics

C : Nernst heat theorem

D : Maxwell's relations

10. Boyle's law for gases states that

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A : , when temperature is constant.

B : , when temperature & mass of the gas remain constant.

C : P ? V, at constant temperature & mass of the gas.

D : = constant, for any gas.

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