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## Physics: Melting & Solidification Quiz

MCQ: In the process of solidification, change of state that takes place is

A) Liquid to solid
B) Gas to solid
C) Gas to liquid and then to solid
D) Semi-solid to solid

MCQ: An electrical wire resists 600 Ω at ice point and 700 Ω at steam point, and the resistance of wire is 610 Ω the room temperature would be

A) 15 °C
B) 10 °C
C) 25 °C
D) 50 °C

MCQ: Feature of the laboratory thermometer that makes it responsive is

A) The thin-walled glass bulb
B) The small bulb containing a small amount of liquid
C) The fine as well as uniform bore of the capillary tube
D) The relatively small size of the thermometer

MCQ: One watt is equal to

A) One joule per second
B) One second per joule
C) One meter per joule
D) One joule per meter

MCQ: Statement related to the waves that is incorrect is

A) It provides a mechanism for transfer of energy from one point to another without the transfer of material
B) All waves have the same speed i.e. equal to 3×108 m s-1
C) The source of any wave is vibration or oscillation
D) All of the above