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## Physics of Temperature MCQs: Questions and Answers

MCQ 1:

The centigrade (Celsius) scale can be converted into Kelvin scale by the formula

1. Ω °C = Temperature in Kelvin + 273
2. Ω °C = Temperature in Kelvin - 273
3. Ω °C = Temperature in Fahrenheit + 273
4. Ω °C = Temperature in Fahrenheit - 273
MCQ 2:

Thermocouple thermometer has a wide range from

1. −1000 °C to 1000 °C
2. −s100 °C to 1500 °C
3. −150 °C to 2000 °C
4. −200 °C to 1500 °C
MCQ 3:

Thermometer that can measure rapidly changing temperature is

1. Mercury-in-glass thermometer
2. Alcohol-in-glass thermometer
3. Platinum resistance thermometer
4. Thermocouple thermometer
MCQ 4:

Kelvin scale has

1. one fixed point
2. two fixed points
3. three fixed points
4. one fixed and two variable points
MCQ 5:

Scale of temperature requires

1. a thermometric substance that has a chemical property that varies with temperature
2. a thermometric substance that has a chemical property which does not change with temperature
3. a thermometric substance that has a physical property which changes with temperature
4. a thermometric substance that has a physical property which does not change with temperature