Question

Solution

Correct option is

Steam

Internal energy of steam at 100oC is more than that of water at 100oC. When steam releases heat, it first converts into water at 100oC and then water starts cooling. Hence, heat released by steam at 100oC > heat released by water at 100oC.

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

A centigrade and a Fahrenheit thermometer are dipped in boiling water. The water temperature is lowered until the Fahrenheit thermometer registers 140o. What is the fall in temperature as registered by the Centigrade thermometer:

Q2

Mercury thermometers can be used to measure temperatures up to:

Q3

Which of the following is the smallest temperature?

Q4

The temperature at which the reading of a Fahrenheit thermometer will be double that of Centigrade thermometer is:

Q5

In a resistance thermometer the resistances at 0oC and 100oC are 6.74 and 7.74 ohm respectively. The temperature corresponding to 6.53 ohm resistance is:

Q6

Which of the following has the highest specific heat?

Q7

Which of the following has the highest specific heat?

Q8

A liquid is being converted into vapours at its bp; the specific heat of liquid at this temperature will be:

Q9

Specific heat of a gas undergoing adiabatic change is:

Q10

A body cools from 91oC to 89oC in 5 minutes when the room temperature is 20oC. Then it will cool from 71oC to 69oC in: