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At constant volume, temperature is increased then (a) Collision on walls will be less (b) Number of collisions per unit time will Increase (c) Collisions will be in straight lines (d) Collisions will not change.



At constant volume, temperature is increased then


(a)    Collision on walls will be less


(b)    Number of collisions per unit time will Increase


(c)    Collisions will be in straight lines


(d)    Collisions will not change.


Grade:11

1 Answers

Amit Saxena
35 Points
7 years ago

(b)

As the temperature increases, the average velocity increases. So, the collisions are faster.

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