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# Thermodynamic Relations - 1

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### A gas having a negative Joule-Thomson coefficient ( μj < 0), when throttled, will

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The Clausius-Clapeyron equation gives the slope of curve on

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The variation of saturation pressure with saturation temperature for a liquid is 0.1 bar/K at 400 K. The specific volume of saturated liquid and dry saturated vapour at 400 K are 0.251 and 0.001 m3/kg. What will be value of latent heat of vaporization using Clausius clapeyron equation?

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Consider the following statements pertaining to the Clapeyron equation:
1. It is useful in estimating properties like enthalpy from other measurable properties.
2. At a change of phase, it can be used to find the latent heat at a given pressure.
3. It is derived from the relationship Which of the statements given above are correct?

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Which of the following equation is Clapeyron- Clausius equation?

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At chemical equilibrium, Gibbs function is

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(dG)T,P = 0 (equilibrium condition)

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Which of the following parameter is.the criterion of equilibrium and stability of a system existing at constant volume and constant temperature?

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The internal energy of an ideal gas is a function of

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For an ideal Gas
U = f(T) only