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NCERT Solutions for class 11 physics Chapter 11 THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER

Ncert Solutions for class 11 physics Chapter 11 THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER is prepared by CBSE STUDENT eCARE Expert to score good marks in class 11. Class 11 physics Chapter 11 THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER contains many topics which are very important to score good in class 11. There are some important topics of Chapter 11 THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER is mentioned below:

Subtopics of Chapter 11 Thermal Properties of Matter

  1. Introduction
  2. Temperature and heat
  3. Measurement of temperature
  4. Ideal-gas equation and absolute temperature
  5. Thermal expansion
  6. Specific heat capacity
  7. Calorimetry
  8. Change of state
  9. Heat transfer
  10. Newton’s law of cooling.

The Central Board of Secondary Education is the most prominent educational board in India. The CBSE follow the NCERT syllabus to strategize the examinations for its Class 10 and 12. The NCERT Solutions Class 11 Physics Thermal Properties of Matter is given so that students can understand the concepts of this chapter in-depth.

We all have common sense notions of heat and temperature. Temperature is a measure of ‘hotness’ of a body. A measure of temperature is obtained using a thermometer. Liquid-in-glass thermometers show different readings for temperatures other than the fixed points because of differing expansion properties. Some key points of Thermal Properties of Matter are given below.

  • Heat is a form of energy that flows between a body and its surrounding medium by virtue of temperature difference between them. The degree of hotness of the body is quantitatively represented by the temperature
  • A liquid in equilibrium with vapour has the same pressure and temperature throughout the system; the two phases in equilibrium differ in their molar volume (i.e. density). This is true for a system with any number of phases in equilibrium.
  • Convection involves the flow of matter within a fluid due to unequal temperatures of its parts. A hot bar placed under a running tap loses heat by conduction between the surface of the bar and water and not by convection within the water.

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Some Questions are asked by class 11 Students related to Chapter 11 THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER

What are the four terms used to describe thermal properties of a material?

The four terms used to describe thermal properties of a material are thermal conductivity (k), thermal resistance (R), thermal conductance (C) and thermal transmittance.

What are the thermal properties of water?

Thermal properties of water - density, freezing temperatureboiling temperature, latent heat of melting, latent heat of evaporation, critical temperature and more

  • Boiling temperature (at 101.325 kPa): 99.974 °C = 211.953 °F.
  • Bulk modulus elasticity: 2.15 x 109 Pa or N/m. ...
  • Critical temperature: 373.946 °C = 705.103 °F

    What are different heat properties?

  • Properties of Heat

    Heat is a form of energy and not a physical substance. Heat has no mass. Heat can move from one place to another in different ways: Conduction.