# Name the thermodynamic state function that is a measure of randomness.

Name the thermodynamic state function that is a measure of randomness.

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Description : What thermodynamic function is a quantitative measure of disorder?

Description : Is the randomness in Heisenberg's uncertainty principle due to inability to measure or actually randomness?

Last Answer : answer:It's inherent randomness-at least empirically. Here's a quote from the Wikipedia article on the Uncertainty principle: Albert Einstein believed that randomness is a reflection of our ignorance ... with great precision. Yet every event is still completely unpredictable, like the roll of dice.

Description : Entropy is the measure of:  a. The internal energy of a gas  b. The heat capacity of a substance  c. Randomness or disorder  d. The change of enthalpy of a system

Last Answer : Randomness or disorder

Description : Name the thermodynamic term that is a quantitative measure of disorder of a system?

Description : What is a thermodynamic state function?

Last Answer : Ans. A function whose value is independent of path. eg. P, V, E, H

Description : What is the thermodynamic STATE function that is directly associated with a constant pressure process in which heat is exchanged between system and surroundings?

Description : According to you, when do choice and randomness become blurred?

Last Answer : Any time you try to second guess someone and the person is aware of it. You may reason that, based on previous experience the person will do X. The person may deliberately decide to do Y just to throw you ... switch back to doing X. And so on, and there may be more possibilities other than X and Y.

Description : Is it possible for a coded message to contain characters that will pass every test for randomness?

Last Answer : You could add codified thermal noise over it when you send it and the receiver subtracts the noise when he gets the message. both sender and receiver need to have an identical copy of the noise.

Description : How do you surrender to the randomness of life?

Last Answer : answer:If you don’t, it’s going to get you anyway. Focus on what you likely can control.

Description : Is there a game in existence completely devoid of luck or randomness factors?

Last Answer : Chess involves no luck, because you both start with a set board and choose how to play from there. Of course, you may be lucky in the sense that your opponent couldn't sleep well last ... is extremely lucky, clear and strategic thinking can help you win in 90% of situations, regardless of roll.

Description : Apart from quantum mechanics, do you think that there exists something as true Randomness?

Last Answer : How do you explain randomly generated numbers in place of dice then?

Description : How do software engineers produce randomness?

Last Answer : answer:In Visual basic, you can do so using a random number generator (Dim——- as new Random) In Java, you use the “Random” class to generate random integers between 0 and N For c++, i think you use the “rand” function ( i havent done c++ since sophomore year in HS)

Description : Pick out the correct statement. (A) Like internal energy and enthalpy, the absolute value of standard entropy for elementary substances is zero (B) Melting of ice involves increase in enthalpy and ... of an ideal gas depends only on its pressure (D) Maximum work is done under reversible conditions

Last Answer : (D) Maximum work is done under reversible conditions

Description : Which thermodynamic parameter is not a state function :-

Last Answer : Which thermodynamic parameter is not a state function :- A. q at constant pressure B. q at constant volume C. w at adiabatic D. w at isothermal

Description : Which of the following is not thermodynamic function -

Last Answer : Which of the following is not thermodynamic function - A. Internal energy B. work done C. Enthalpy D. Entropy

Description : What is a thermodynamic reaction ? What is the thermodynamic reaction ?

Last Answer : The chemical change that produces heat energy and increases the temperature of the reaction zone is called thermodynamic reaction.

Description : We are consuming a lot of electrical energy, solar energy etc Do you, therefore, conclude that energy of the universe is continuously decreasing? Explain. Which other thermodynamic quantity is continuously increasing or decreasing?

Last Answer : Ans. No, energy of the universe remains constant (law of conservation of energy). Entropy of the universe is continuously increasing.

Description : From thermodynamic point to which system the animals and plants belong?

Last Answer : Ans. Open system.

Description : The equation relating E, P, V and T which is true for all substances under all conditions is given by (∂E/∂V)T = T(∂P/∂T)H - P. This equation is called the (A) Maxwell's equation (B) Thermodynamic equation of state (C) Equation of state (D) Redlich-Kwong equation of state

Last Answer : (B) Thermodynamic equation of state

Description : The state of a thermodynamic system is always defined by its:  a. Absolute temperature  b. process  c. properties  d. temperature and pressure

Description : Entropy change depends on  (a) heat transfer  (b) mass transfer  (c) change of temperature  (d) thermodynamic state  (e) change of pressure and volume.

Description : Are the four known forces subject to thermodynamic law?

Last Answer : Well, considering the law is referring to the dynamics of heat [thermodynamics], I would have to answer – no.

Description : Is the mitigation reaction thermodynamic or thermal ?

Last Answer : mitigation reaction thermodynamic reaction.

Description : Why is respiration called thermodynamic reaction ?

Last Answer : : In respiration, some of the static energy bound to the cellular food (respiratory material) is stored in the high-energy organic compound ATP as chemical energy (about 40%) which helps ... the thermodynamic reaction because some of the energy generated in respiration is released as heat energy.

Description : For the process `H_(2)O(l) (1 "bar", 373 K) rarr H_(2)O(g) (1"bar", 373 K)` the correct set of thermodynamic parameters is

Last Answer : For the process `H_(2)O(l) (1 "bar", 373 K) rarr H_(2)O(g) (1"bar", 373 K)` the correct set of ... S = 0` D. `Delta G = -ve, Delta S = +ve`

Description : Extraction of Zn is based on the following thermodynamic reaction. (A)` 2ZnS + 3O_(2) to 2ZnO+ 2SO_(2)` (B) `ZnO + C to Zn + CO" " DeltaG_(f)^(0)` are

Last Answer : Extraction of Zn is based on the following thermodynamic reaction. (A)` 2ZnS + 3O_(2) to 2ZnO+ 2SO_(2)` (B) ... (5) J//"mol"` The value of X a will be

Description : Which of the following has maximum thermodynamic spontaneously at `400^(@)C`?

Last Answer : Which of the following has maximum thermodynamic spontaneously at `400^(@)C`? A. `C+O_(2) to CO_(2)` B. ` ... `2CO+O_(2) to 2CO_(2)` D. all have same

Description : Candela is the basic unit of---------? A. luminous intensity (Answer) B. heat producing value C. Thermodynamic temperature

Description : Thermodynamic equilibrium constant in a system is affected by (A) Inerts (B) Pressure (C) Temperature (D) All (A), (B) & (C)

Description : Pick out the wrong statement. (A) Catalytic activity of enzyme catalysed reactions which is affected by temperature, pH value & chemical agents, is maximum at a temperature of about 45°C ... in enzyme catalysed reactions can be calculated by using the thermodynamic properties of substrates & prod

Last Answer : (C) Enzymes help in increasing the activation energy of the reaction

Description : Extensive properties of a thermodynamic system depend upon the __________ of the system. (A) Specific volume (B) Temperature (C) Mass (D) Pressure

Description : The thermodynamic law, PVy = constant, is not applicable in case of (A) Ideal compression of air (B) Free expansion of an ideal gas (C) Adiabatic expansion of steam in a turbine (D) Adiabatic compression of a perfect gas

Last Answer : (B) Free expansion of an ideal gas

Description : Which of the following is a thermodynamic property of a system? (A) Concentration (B) Mass (C) Temperature (D) Entropy

Description : In case of a close thermodynamic system, there is __________ across the boundaries. (A) No heat and mass transfer (B) No mass transfer but heat transfer (C) Mass and energy transfer (D) None of these

Last Answer : (B) No mass transfer but heat transfer

Description : Which law of the thermodynamics provides basis for measuring the thermodynamic property? (A) First law (B) Zeroth law (C) Third law (D) Second law

Last Answer : B) Zeroth law

Description : Measurement of thermodynamic property of temperature is facilitated by __________ law of thermodynamics. (A) 1st (B) Zeroth (C) 3rd (D) None of these

Description : Rotary lime kiln is an example of a/an __________ system. (A) Closed (B) Open (C) Isolated (D) Non-thermodynamic

Description : When an isolated thermodynamic system executes a process, (A) Work is done (B) Heat transfer takes place (C) Mass flow occurs across the boundary of the system (D) No chemical reaction takes place within the system

Last Answer : D) No chemical reaction takes place within the system

Description : Thermodynamic cycle involved in the working of a thermal power plant is the __________ cycle. (A) Joule (B) Carnot (C) Rankine (D) Brayton

Description : For a thermodynamic system undergoing a process, which of the following pairs best expresses the relationship similar to that expressed by the pressure volume plot? (A) Temperature - entropy (B) Temperature - pressure (C) Enthalpy - entropy

Last Answer : (A) Temperature - entropy

Description : The thermodynamic law, PVy = constant, is not followed by the (A) Free expansion of an ideal gas (B) Adiabatic expansion of steam in turbine (C) Adiabatic compression of air (D) Ideal compression of air

Description : Which of the following laws of thermodynamic which leads to the definition of entropy?  a. First law  b. Second law  c. Third law  d. Law of conservation of energy

Description : A thermodynamic process in which entropy is conserved  a. isentropic  b. adiabatic  c. isothermal  d. polytropic

Description : Which of the following thermodynamic devices operates the reverse of the heat engine?  a. Thermal pump  b. Thermal evaporator  c. Thermal condenser  d. Thermal equilibrant

Description : Which of the following laws of thermodynamic which leads to the definition of entropy?  a. First law  b. Second law  c. Third law  d. Law of conservation of energy

Description : What refers to the thermodynamic properties which are independent on the amount of the substance present?  a. Extensive property  b. Intensive properties  c. Reversible properties  d. Irreversible properties

Description : What refers to the thermodynamic properties which are dependent on the amount of the substance present?  a. Extensive property  b. Intensive properties  c. Reversible properties  d. Irreversible properties