Thermodynamics MCQs Quiz Test Questions with Answers

Thermodynamics MCQs

Thermodynamics Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

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1. Heat is transfer of energy due to difference in
(A) time
(B) volume
(C) pressure
(D) temperature

2. The amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 °C is called
(A) calorie
(B) internal energy
(C) thermodynamic work
(D) none of these

3. The quantity of energy transferred from one system to another in known as
(A) specific heat
(B) internal energy
(C) thermodynamic work
(D) none of these

4. Internal energy of a system is the energy contained within the system and _____ include _____ of the system due to its motion.
(A) does, kinetic energy
(B) does not, kinetic energy
(C) does, potential energy
(D) does not, potential energy

5. If Q denotes heat supplied to the system and W denotes work done by the system, then change in internal energy (ΔEint) when the system undergoes a change from one state to another is
(A) Q–W
(B) Q+W
(C) Q+W=1
(D) none of these

1. (D) temperature
2. (A) calorie
3. (C) thermodynamic work
4. (B) does not, kinetic energy
5. (A) Q–W