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• Charle's law
• Boyle's law
• Gas-Lussac law
• All of these
• Boiling point
• Critical point
• Ice point
• Triple point
• Kinetic energy of the molecules is zero
• Pressure of the gas is zero
• Volume of gas is zero
• Specific heat of gas is zero
• Overall efficiency
• Mechanical efficiency
• Relative efficiency
• Volumetric efficiency
• Celsius
• Fahrenheit
• Kelvin
• Normal temperature and pressure
• Natural temperature and pressure
• Nominal temperature and pressure
• Normal thermodynamic pressure
• mass does not enter or leave the system
• mass entering can be more or less than the mass leaving
• mass entering = mass leaving
• None of the mentioned
• volume
• mass
• both of the mentioned
• U-pV-TS
• U+pV-TS
• U-pV+TS
• U+pV+TS
• pressure equilibrium
• temperature equilibrium
• chemical equilibrium
• All of the Above
• maximum, maximum
• minimum, minimum
• minimum, maximum
• maximum, minimum
• Open system
• Isolated system
• Heterogeneous system
• Closed system
• Equilibrium processes
• Isothermal processes
• Pressure
• Volume
• Temperature
• Velocity
• Entropy does not change
• Enthalpy does not change
• Internal energy does not change
• Pressure does not change
• Rankine cycle
• Carnot cycle
• Brayton cycle
• Erricson cycle
• Polytropic process
• Constant volume process
• Constant pressure process
• Claperyon equation
• Roults law
• Joules equation
• Henry's law
• Raising its temperature
• Raising its pressure
• Raising its volume
• Raising its temperature and doing external work
• Moves heat from inside the fridge to the room
• Blows cold air into the fridge
• Uses convection cells
• It generates cold air
• Drying and crushing the coal to a fine powder
• Moulding the finely ground coal under pressure with or without a binding material
• Heating the wood with a limited supply of air to temperature not less than 280°C
• None of the above
• 0°C
• -273°C
• 273 K
• None of these
• particles in solids are moving freely around each other.
• particles in solids have no motion.
• particles in solids are vibrating in place.
• particles in solids have more motion than in liquids
• They speed up and spread out
• They slow down and compress
• They stop moving
• They move closer together and speed up
• Anthracite coal
• Bituminous coal
• Peat
• Lignite
• Coal gas
• Producer gas
• Mond gas
• Blast furnace gas
• oven mitt
• curling iron
• iron skillet
• copper pipe
• Closed system
• Open system
• Isolated system
• Heterogeneous system