Question

The temperature at which pressure and volume of a gas becomes zero is :
(a) 0° C
(b) 0 K
(c) 0° F
(d) 273 K

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Answer

(b) 0 K

Reason — On Kelvin scale, 0 K is the temperature at which pressure and volume of a gas becomes zero. 0 K is called absolute zero. Thus, negative temperature is not possible on kelvin scale.

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