(c) it does not cause pollution
   (d) All of the above
Ans: (d)
94.The temperature of a large bucket-full of hot water (a few degrees below
   boiling point) is lower than a beaker full of boiling water. But
   (a) the hot water contains a much larger quantity of internal energy than the
       boiling water
   (b) the boiling water contains more quantity of internal energy than the warm
   (c) both of them have got the same amount of internal energy.
   (d) nothing can be said definitely with the data given
Ans: (a)
95.The direction of heat flow between two objects depends on
   (a) their heat contents
   (b) their masses
   (c) their temperatures
   (d) whether they are in solid, liquid or gaseous state
Ans: (c)
96.Metals are good conductors of heat because
   (a) they contain free electrons
   (b) their atoms are relatively far apart
   (c) their atoms collide frequently
   (d) they have reflecting surfaces
Ans: (a)
97.A temperature below absolute zero for an ideal gas
   (a) cannot be attained experimentally
   (b) can be attained
   (c) is impossible
   (d) Does not exist at all
Ans: (c)
98.The numerical reading of the Fahrenheit thermometer of a given temperature
   (a) is proportional to that of the Celsius thermometer