Q. The increase of temperature with altitude in the thermosphere is due to
(A) low density of molecules
(B) high density of molecules
(C) absorption of ultraviolet radiation
(D) reflection of ultraviolet radiation
The answer is: (A) low density of molecules
The increase of temperature with altitude in the thermosphere is due to the low density of molecules.
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- The increase of temperature with altitude in the thermosphere is due to
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