Question

In an isochoric change, there is no:

Solution

Correct option is

Change in volume and work done

 

A process in which volume of the system remains constant is called an isochoric process.

Further, as work done,

                        

In isochoric process, hence W is also zero.

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

The internal energy of an ideal gas depends on:

Q2

Heat added to a system is equal to:

Q3

 

In the condensation of a gas the mean KE (K) and potential energy (U) of molecules change;

 thus:

Q4

When 110 J of heat is added to a gaseous system, internal energy increases by 40 J; the amount of work done is:

Q5

A gas has:

Q6

Mean kinetic energy per gram molecule for diatomic gas is:

Q7

Molar specific heat at constant volume Cv for a mono-atomic gas is:

Q8

>Cvas in the case of Cp:

Q9

The following sets of values for Cv and Cp of a gas have been reported by different students. The units are cal/gm-mole-K. Which of these sets is most reliable?