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Physics Honors Quiz: Chapter 10 and 11 1. The temperature of an ideal gas increases from 2 degrees Celsius to 4 degrees Celsius while remaining at constant pressure. What happens to the volume of the gas? A. It decreases slightly. B. It decreases to one-half its original volume. C. It more than doubles. D. It doubles. E. It increases slightly. 2. It is a well-known fact that water has a higher specific heat capacity than iron. Now, consider equal masses of water and iron that are initially at the same temperature. The same amount of heat, 30 J, is added to each. Which statement is true? A. The iron and the water are still at the same, higher temperature. B. The temperature of the iron is now higher than the temperature of the water. C. The temperature of the water is now higher than the temperature of the iron. D. Neither object changes temperature. E. It is impossible to determine which object has the higher temperature without knowing the masses. 3.

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