Phase Transformation Questions and Answers – Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams – Binary Solutions

This set of Phase Transformation Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams – Binary Solutions”. 1. When X1 mole of A and X2 mole of B are brought together, the corresponding free energy of system is given by___________ (where G1 and G2 are Gibbs energy of pure X1, X2 respectively) … Read more

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Phase Transformation Questions and Answers – Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams – Single Component System

This set of Phase Transformation online quiz focuses on “Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams – Single Component System”. 1. The slope of the H-T curve is ________ a) Specific heat CV b) Pressure c) Volume d) Specific heat CP 2. Reason why in many metals, we find the phase with a relatively closely packed structure is … Read more

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Phase Transformation Questions and Answers – Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams – Equilibrium

This set of Phase Transformation Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams – Equilibrium”. 1. The relative stability of a system for transformations that occur at constant temperature and pressure is determined by its ____________ a) Exergy b) Helmholtz free energy c) Entropy d) Gibbs free energy 2. Based on … Read more

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