## Ideal Gas Equation - MCQ - Advance Level

Physics is an important subject in preparation for various Competitive exams. To keep a track of your preparation we have designed a small quiz of Advance Level Questions on Ideal Gas Equation. You have 10 minutes to solve the quiz, click the start timer button in order to start the timer and then click on submit button at the end to submit the quiz and view your scores and correct answers.

Q1. A cylindrical tube of uniform cross-sectional area A is fitted with two air tight frictionless pistons. The pistons are connected to each other by a metallic wire. Initially the pressure of the gas is P0 and temperature is T0. Atmospheric pressure is also P0. Now the temperature of the gas is increased to 2T0, then tension in the wire will be

•  2P0A
•  P0A
•  P0A/2
•  4P0

P0A

Q2. One mole of an ideal gas undergoes a process P = P0/(1 + (V0/V)2). Here P0 and V0 are constants. Change in temperature of the gas when volume is changed from V = V0 to V = 2V0 is

•  -2P0V0/5R
•  11P0V0/10R
•  -5P0V0/4R
•  P0V0

11P0V0/10R

Q3. Every gas (real gas) behaves as an ideal gas

•  At high temperature and low pressure
•  At low temperature and high pressure
•  At normal temperature and pressure
•  None of these

At high temperature and low pressure

Q4. Triple point temperature for water is nearly

•  273.16 K
•  373.16 K
•  100 °C
•  444.6 °C

273.16 K

Q5. The vapour of a substance behaves as a gas

•  Below critical temperature
•  Above critical temperature
•  At 100 °C
•  At 1000 °C

Above critical temperature

Q6. Critical temperature is that temperature

•  Above which the gas cannot be liquified only by increasing pressure
•  Above which the gas cannot be liquified only by increasing pressure
•  Above which the gas cannot be liquified only by increasing pressure
•  None of these

Above which the gas cannot be liquified only by increasing pressure

Q7. It is possible for a substance to coexist in all three phases in equilibrium, when the substance is at

•  Boyle temperature
•  Critical temperature
•  Triple Point
•  Dew Point

Triple Point

Q8. The constant ‘a’ in the equation (P + n2 a2/V2)(V - nb) = nRT for a real gas has unit of

•  N - m-4
•  N - m-2
•  N - m2
•  N - m4

N - m4

Q9. The deviation of gases from the behaviour of ideal gas is due to

•  Colourless molecules
•  Covalent bonding of molecules
•  Covalent bonding of molecules
•  Absolute scale

Covalent bonding of molecules

Q10. The liquefaction of ideal gas is possible

•  Only at low temperature
•  Only at high temperature
•  Only at very low temperature
•  None of these

None of these

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