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$$(P + \dfrac{a}{V^2})(V - b) = RT$$
where P is the pressure, V is the molar volume, and T is the absolute temperature of the given sample of gas and a,b and R are constants.
In the above problem, the dimensional formula for RT is same as that of
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- B. Force
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- D. Latent heat
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- B. resistivity
- C. electrical conductivity
- D. electromotive force
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View Answeri. $$v' = \dfrac{\alpha^2}{\beta} v$$
ii. $$a' = (\alpha \beta) a$$
iii. $$F' = \left(\dfrac{1}{\alpha \beta}\right) F$$
All the primed symbols belong to one system and unprimed ones belong to the other system. $$\alpha $$ and $$\beta$$ are dimensionless constants. Which of the following is/are correct?
- A. Length standards of the two system are related by $$L' = \left(\dfrac{\alpha^3}{\beta^3} \right) L$$
- B. Mass standards of the two systems are related by $$m' = \left(\dfrac{1}{\alpha^2 \beta^2} \right)m$$
- C. Time standards of the two systems are related by $$T' = \left(\dfrac{\alpha}{\beta^2} \right)T$$
- D. Momentum standards of the two system are related by $$P' = \left(\dfrac{1}{\beta^3} \right) P$$
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