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A Solid Object is Placed in Water Contained in an Adiabatic Container for Some Time. - Physics


A solid object is placed in water contained in an adiabatic container for some time. The temperature of water falls during this period and there is no appreciable change in the shape of the object. The temperature of the solid object


  • must have increased

  •  must have decreased

  • may have increased

  •  may have remained constant

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 must have increased. 

The whole system (water + solid object) is enclosed in an adiabatic container from which no heat can escape. After some time, the temperature of water falls, which implies that the heat from the water has been transferred to the object, leading to increase in its temperature.

Concept: Thermal Expansion of Solids
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HC Verma Class 11, Class 12 Concepts of Physics Vol. 2
Chapter 1 Heat and Temperature
MCQ | Q 5 | Page 12
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