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There is no limit to how cold an object can get?
a) True b) False c) d)
As an object approaches absolute zero the motion of its atoms
a) equals zero. b) increases. c) approaches zero. d)
Absolute zero is equal to which of the following?
a) 0 degrees Celsius b) -273 degrees Celsius c) 100 degrees Celsius d) -273 Kelvin
There can be negative temperatures on the Kelvin scale.
a) True b) False c) d)
When an object is heated the motion of its molecules
a) increases. b) decreases. c) stays the same. d) approaches zero.
Heat is
a) the measure of kinetic energy of an object's molecules b) how hot or cold something is c) the transfer of energy d)
As an object cools down, it
a) expands. b) contracts. c) d)
Heat always flows from
a) Cold to Hot b) Hot to Cold c) d)
If an object were to reach absolute zero it would violate which of the following?
a) 3rd Law of Thermodynamics b) Newton's 1st Law of Motion c) Law of Conservation of Energy d) Newton's 2nd Law of Motion
Temperature is
a) the measure of kinetic energy of an object's molecules b) how hot or cold something is c) the transfer of heat d)
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