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(MHT-CET-2004)

(a) Directly proportional to square root of temperature

(b) Directly proportional to absolute temperature

(c) Independent of absolute temperature

(d) Inversely proportional to absolute temperature

Answer: (b)

2.

The specific heat

of a gas in

isothermal

process is

(a) Zero

(b) Negative

(c) Remains

constant

(d) Infinite

Answer: (d)

3.

Latent heat of

ice is (MHT-CET

2006)

(a) Less than

external

latent heat

of fusion

(b) Equal to

external

latent heat

of fusion

(c) More then

external

latent heat

of fusion

(d) Twice the

external

latent heat

of fusion

Answer: (c)

4.

The r.m.s.

velocity of the

molecules in the

sample of helium

is 5/7ththat of the

molecules in the

sample of

hydrogen. If the

temperature of

the hydrogen

sample is 0C

that of helium

is (NCERT-80)

(a) 0C

(b) 0K

(c) 273C

(d) 100C

Answer: (a)

5.

Mean square

velocity of five

molecules of

velocities 2 m/s,

3 m/s, 4 m/s, 5

6.

7.

(MHT-CET2006)

(a) 10 m2/s2

(b) 18 m2/s2

(c) 20 m2/s2

(d) 15 m2/s2

Answer: (b)

The difference

between the

principal specific

heats of nitrogen

is 300 J/kg K

and ratio of the

two specific

heats is 1.4.

then the

CP is(MHT-CET1999)

(a) 1050 J/kg K

(b) 650 J/kg K

(c) 750 J/kg K

(d) 150 J/kg K

Answer: (b)

CP and CV denote

the molar

specific heats of

a gas at constant

pressure and at

constant volume

respectively.

If

and

CP CV R, then

CV is equal to

(a)

(b)

(c)

8.

(d)

Answer: (a)

A gas is taken in

a sealed

container at 300

K. it is heated at

constant volume

to a temperature

600 K. the mean

K.E. of its

molecules

is(NCERT-80)

(a) Halved

(b) Doubled

9.

(c) Tripled

(d) Quadrupled

Answer: (b)

R.m.s. velocity of

a gas molecule

of mass m at

given

temperature is

proportional

to (CBSE-90)

(a) m0

(b) m

(c)

10.

(d)

Answer: (d)

The mean kinetic

energy of one

gram-mole of a

perfect gas at

absolute

temperature T

is (MHT-CET1999)

(a)

(b)

(c)

11.

12.

(d)

Answer: (d)

The specific heat

of a substance at

its boiling point

or melting point

(a) Is zero

(b) Is infinity

(c) Is negative

(d) Lies between

0 and 1

Answer: (b)

Mean kinetic

energy per gm.

Molecule of a

gas is given

by (MHT-CET

99)

(a)

(b) kT

(c)

(d)

13.

14.

Answer: (a)

If for a gas

this

gas is made up

of molecules

which are(CBSE92)

(a) Diatomic

(b) Mixture of

diatomic

and

polyatomic

(c) Mono atomic

(d) Polyatomic

Answer: (c)

CP and CV are the

principal specific

heat of a gas. In

terms of

mechanical

units, CP CV is

equal to

(a) R

(b)

(c)

15.

(d)

Answer: (c)

A sample of an

ideal gas

occupies a

volume V at a

pressure P and

absolute

temperature T,

the mass of each

molecules is m.

the expression

for the density of

gas is

(k Boltzmann

constant)

(EAMCET 88)

(a) mkT

(b)

(c)

16.

(d)

Answer: (d)

One mole of

ideal gas

17.

18.

required 207 J

heat to rise the

temperature by

10K when

heated at

constant

pressure. If the

same gas is

heated at

constant volume

to raise the

temperature by

the same 10K

the heat

required is

(R 8/3

J/mole K) (MHTCET-2000)

(a) 1987 J

(b) 29 J

(c) 215.3 J

(d) 124 J

Answer: (d)

The average

translational K.E.

of O2 molecules

(Molecular

weight 32) at a

particular

temperature is .

035 eV. What is

the average

translational K.E.

of N2 Molecules

(Molecular

weight 28) at

the same

temperature?

(a) 0.028 eV

(b) 0.055 eV

(c) 0.035 eV

(d) 0.075 eV

Answer: (c)

At constant

volume

temperature is

increased then

(C.B.S.E 93)

(a) Collision on

walls will be

less

(b) Collision

frequency

will be

increases

(c) Collision will

be in

straight line

(d) Collision will

not change

19.

20.

Answer: (b)

The specific heat

of a gas

(a) Has only one

value

(b) Has two

values

CP and CV

(c) Is

proportional

to the

square root

of its

absolute

temperature

(d) Can have any

value

between 0

and infinity

Answer: (d)

Two specific

heats of a

perfect gas are

related by

(C.P.M.T-73,

78, MP.P.M.T.84)

(a) CP C

(b) CP C J

(c) CP C RJ

(d)

21.

22.

Answer: (a)

Which one of the

following

quantities can be

zero on a

average for the

molecules of an

ideal gas in

equilibrium?

(a) Kinetic

energy

(b) Density

(c) Momentum

(d) Speed

Answer: (c)

The r.m.s

velocity of

hydrogen gas

molecules at

N.T.P. is m/se.

the gas is heated

at constant

volume till the

pressure

becomes 4

times. The final

r.m.s. velocity is,

(A.F.M.C.

PUNE-96)

23.

24.

25.

(a)

(b)

(c) 2

(d) 4

Answer: (c)

At a certain

temperature,

hydrogen

molecules have

r.m.s. velocity of

3 km/s. what is

the r.m.s velocity

of the oxygen

molecules at the

same

temperature?

(a) 0.25 km/s

(b) 0.5 km/s

(c) 0.75 km/s

(d) 6 km/s

Answer: (c)

We have a jar A

filled with a gas

characterized by

parameter P, V

and T. another

jar B filled with

a gas with

parameters 2P,

and 2T,

where symbols

have their usual

meanings. The

ratio of the

number of

molecules of jar

A to those of jar

B is

(a) 1: 1

(b) 1: 2

(c) 2: 1

(d) 4: 1

Answer: (d)

A unit mass of

solid converted

to liquid at its

melting point.

Heat is required

for this process

is

(MHT-CET2003)

(b) Latent heat

of

vaporization

(c) Latent heat

of fusion

(d) External

latent heat

Answer: (c)

Mass of gas is 300 gm and its specific heat at constant volume is

750J/kg K. if gas is heated through 75C at constant pressure of

105N/m2, it expands by volume 0.08 106 cm3. find CP/CV. (MHT-CET2004)

(a) 1.4

(b) 1.374

(c) 1.474

(d) 1.5

Answer: (d)

2.

At what

temperature,

the rms speed

of gas

molecules I half

the value at

NTP? (MHTCET-2004)

(a) 68.25 K

(b) 273 K

(c) 345 K

(d) 0 K

Answer: (a)

3.

The r.m.s.

speed of the

molecules of a

gas in a vessel

is 200 m/s. if

25% of the gas

leaks out of the

vessel, at

constant

temperature,

then the r.m.s.

speed of the

remaining

molecules will

be

(a) 400 m/s

(b) 150 m/s

(c) 100 m/s

(d) 200 m/s

Answer: (d)

4.

For hydrogen

gas CP CV a,

and for oxygen

gas

CP CV b, so

that relation

between a and

b given by

5.

6.

7.

8.

(C.B.S.E-93)

(a) a 16 b

(b) 16 a b

(c) a b

(d) a 4 b

Answer: (c)

A gas expands

adiabatically at

constant

pressure such

that its

temperature

T 1/

. The

value of CP/CV of

the gas

is (MHT-CET2004)

(a) 1.30

(b) 1.50

(c) 1.67

(d) 2.00

Answer: (b)

A wall is hit

elastically and

normally by n

balls per

second, all the

balls have the

same mass m

and are moving

with the same

velocity u. the

force exerted

by the balls on

the wall is

(a) mnu2

(b) 2 mnu2

(c) 2 mnu

(d)

Answer: (c)

The

temperature at

which the r.m.s.

velocity of

H2 becomes

escape velocity

from the earth

is,

(RAJ.P.E.T-97)

(a) 10059 C

(b) 10059 K

(c) 10332 C

(d) 10332 K

Answer: (b)

The root mean

square speed of

hydrogen

molecules at

300 K is 1930

m/s. then the

root mean

square speed of

oxygen

molecules at

900 K will

be (MHT-CET2002)

(a) 1930

m/s

(b) 836 m/s

(c) 643 m/s

9.

10.

11.

(d)

m/s

Answer: (b)

A molecule of

mass m moving

with a velocity

v makes 5

elastic collisions

with a wall of

the container

per second. The

change in its

momentum per

second will be

(a) mv

(b) 5 mv

(c)

(d) 10 mv

Answer: (d)

Speed of 3

molecules of a

gas are 3 m/s, 4

m/s and

5 m/s. R.m.s.

speed of these

molecule is,

(C.P.M.T-93)

(a) 4.8 m/s

(b) 4.08 m/s

(c) 4.5 m/s

(d) 4 m/s

Answer: (b)

What is the true

for 3 moles of a

gas?

(MHT-CET2002)

(a) 3

(CP CV)

R

(b)

(c) CP CV R

(d) CP 3CV R

12.

Answer: (c)

K.E. per unit

volume is given

by (MHT-CET2003)

(a)

(b)

13.

14.

15.

16.

(c)

(d) None of

these

Answer: (a)

The pressure

exerted in

terms of total

kinetic energy

per unit volume

(E) is (MHTCET-2005)

(a) 3/2 E

(b) E

(c) 2/3 E

(d)

E

Answer: (c)

At what

temperature,

the r.m.s. speed

of the

molecules of a

gas is half its

value at NTP?

(a) 0 K

(b) 273 K

(c) 150 K

(d) 68.25 K

Answer: (d)

The difference

between the

principal

specific heats of

nitrogen is 300

J/kg-K and ratio

of the two

specific heats is

1.4 then (MHT

CET 99)

(a) CP 1050

J/kg-K

(b) CP 750

J/kg-K

(c) CP 650

J/kg-K

(d) CP 150

J/kg-K

Answer: (a)

Calculate the

17.

18.

19.

RMS velocity of

molecules of a

gas of which

the ratio of two

specific heats is

1.42 and

velocity of

sound in the

gas is 500

m/s(MHT-CET2001)

(a) 727 m/s

(b) 527 m/s

(c) 927 m/s

(d) 750 m/s

Answer: (a)

PV/3 RT, V

represents

volume

of (MHT-CET2002)

(a) Any amount

of gas

(b) 2 moles of

gas

(c) 3 moles of

gas

(d) 4 moles of

gas

Answer: (c)

Energy supplied

to convert unit

mass of

substance from

solid to liquid

state at its

melting point is

called

(MHT-CET2003)

(a) Latent heat

of fusion

(b) Evaporation

(c) Solidification

(d) Latent heat

of fission

Answer: (a)

If 2 kcal, of heat

is supplied to a

system cause

to change the

internal energy

of a gas is

5030J, and

external work

done is 3350 J,

then what is

mechanical

equivalent of

heat? (MHTCET-2003)

20.

21.

22.

23.

(b) 4190 J/cal

(c) 4.19 J/kcal

(d) 4.19 J/cal

Answer: (d)

The average

kinetic energy

of the

molecules of a

gas at 27C is

9 1020 J. what

is its average

K.E. at 227C?

(a) 5 1020 J

(b) 10 1020 J

(c) 15 1020 J

(d) 20 1020 J

Answer: (c)

For a gas, the

r.m.s. speed at

800K is (MPPMT-97)

(a) Half the

value at

200

K

(b) Double the

value at

200 K

(c) Same as at

200

K

(d) Four times

the value

at 200 K

Answer: (b)

The internal

energy of one

mole of an ideal

gas depend

upon (CPMT

74)

(a) Volume of

gas

(b) Temperature

of gas

(c) Nature of

gas

(d) Density of

gas

Answer: (b)

The root mean

square speed of

hydrogen

molecules at

300K is 1930

m/s. then the

root mean

square speed of

oxygen

molecule at

900K will

be (MHT-CET2001)

(a) 1930

m/s

(b) 838 m/s

(c) 643 m/s

24.

25.

(d)

Answer: (b)

Which of the

statement is

true (MHT-CET

2005)

(a) R ( 1) CV

(b) R ( 1) CV

(c) CV R( 1)

(d)

Answer: (a)

If at same

temperature

and pressure,

the densities for

two diatomic

gases are

respectively

d1 and d2, then

the ratio of

velocities of

sound in these

will be

(MHT-CET2000)

(a)

(b)

(c) d1d2

(d)

Answer: (a)

energy of air will be

(CV 172 cal/kg K and 4.2 J/cal) (MHT-CET-2001)

(a) 7.22 J

(b) 5.22 J

(c) 8.16 J

(d) 3.5 J

Answer: (a)

2.

Moon has no

atmosphere because

(a) It is far away form

the surface of

3.

the earth

(b) Its surface

temperature is

10C

(c) The r.m.s. velocity

of all the gas

molecules is

more then the

escape velocity

of the moons

surface

(d) The escape

velocity of the

moons surface is

more than the

r.m.s velocity of

all molecules

Answer: (c)

An ideal gas exert a

pressure P. the mean

kinetic energy per

unit volume is E.

which of the following

relations is correct (MP-PMT-94, CBSE93, AFMC-93)

(a) P E

(b)

(c)

4.

5.

(d)

Answer: (c)

According to kinetic

theory of gasses at

absolute zero

temperature(CBSE90)

(a) Water freezes

(b) Liquid helium

freezes

(c) Molecules motion

stops

(d) Liquid hydrogen

freezes

Answer: (c)

If 1 kg of water at its

normal boiling point

forms 1.671 m3 of

steam, the external

latent heat of

vaporization of water

is about (J 4200

J/kcal) (MHT-CET

2005)

(a) 400 kcal/kg

(b) 40 kcal/kg

6.

7.

(c) 4 kcal/kg

(d) 40 cal/kg

Answer: (b)

One mole of an ideal

gas requires 207 J

heat to raise the

temperature by 10 K,

when heated at

constant pressure. If

the same gas is

heated at constant

volume to raise the

temperature by 10K,

then heat required is

(MHT-CET-2000)

(a) 96.6 J

(b) 124 J

(c) 198.8 J

(d) 215.4 J

Answer: (b)

If P is the exerted by

a gas and E is the K.E.

per unit volume, then

(a)

(b)

(c)

8.

(d)

Answer: (b)

A gas at a pressure

P0 is contained in a

vessel. If the masses

of all the molecules

are halved and their

velocities doubled,

the resulting pressure

P would be equal

to (CPMT-91)

(a) 4 P0

(b) 2 P0

(c) P0

(d)

Answer: (b)

9.

10.

is

(a) 1

(b) 1

(c) 1

(d) 1

Answer: (b)

A gas in a container A

is in thermal

equilibrium with

same mass in

container B. if we

denote the

corresponding

pressures and

volumes by the

suffices A and B, then

which of the following

statement is most

likely to be

true (AIIMS-82)

(a) PA PB, VA VB

(b) PA PB, VA VB

11.

12.

13.

14.

(c)

(d) PA VA PB VB

Answer: (c)

Boyls law is

applicable in, (AFMC

94)

(a) Isochoric process

(b) Isothermal

process

(c) Isobaric process

(d) Isotonic process

Answer: (b)

Real gases show mark

able deviation from

that of ideal gas

behavior at (MHTCET 2003)

(a) High temperature

and low pressure

(b) Low temperature

and high

pressure

(c) High temperature

and high

pressure

(d) Low temperature

and low pressure

Answer: (b)

If the pressure of an

ideal gas is

decreased by

10%

isothermally, then its

volume will

(a) Increase by 10%

(b) Increase by 11.1%

(c) Decrease by 10%

(d) Decrease by 9%

Answer: (b)

One any planet, the

presence of

atmosphere implies

[rms root mean

square velocity of

molecules and

15.

e escape

velocity] (RAJ-PMT

96)

(a) rms e

(b) rms e

(c) rms e

(d) rms 0

Answer: (a)

The equation of state

corresponding to 8 g

of O2 is,

(CBSE-94)

(a)

16.

17.

18.

(b)

(c) PV RT

(d) PV 8RT

Answer: (b)

Which of the following

properties of gas

molecule the one that

is same for all ideal

gases at a particular

temperature is (MHTCET-2001)

(a) Mass

(b) Velocity

(c) Momentum

(d) Kinetic energy

Answer: (a)

Which of the following

is the unit of specific

(MHT-CET 2004)

(a) J kg/c

(b) J/kgc

(c) kg c/J

(d) J kg/c2

Answer: (b)

If E is the kinetic

energy per mole of a

gas, and T is the

absolute

temperature, then the

universal gas

constant is given by

(a)

(b)

(c)

19.

(d)

Answer: (b)

N molecules, each of

2 N molecules, each

of mass 2 m, of gas B

are contained in the

same vessel which

maintained at a

temperature T. the

mean square of he

velocity of molecules

of B type is denoted

by 2 and the mean

square of the X

component of the

velocity of A type is

denoted by 2, then

is(NCERT-84)

(a) 2

(b) 1

(c)

20.

(d)

Answer: (d)

Consider a gas with

density and C as the

root mean square

velocity of its

molecules contained

in a volume. If the

system moves as a

whole with velocity ,

then the pressure

exerted by the gas

is(B.H.U-94)

(a)

(b)

(c)

21.

(d)

Answer: (a)

The r.m.s velocity of

oxygen molecules at

27C is 318 m/s. the

r.m.s velocity of

hydrogen molecules

at 127C is (MHT-CET2001)

(a) 1470 m/s

(b) 1603 m/s

(c) 1869 m/s

(d) 2240 m/s

Answer: (a)

22.

23.

24.

25.

which can (MHT-CET2001)

(a) Be solidified

(b) Liquefied

(c) Not be liquefied

(d) Not be solidified

Answer: (c)

Following gases are

kept at the same

temperature. Which

gas possesses

maximum r.m.s.

speed?

(a) Oxygen

(b) Nitrogen

(c) Hydrogen

(d) Carbon dioxide

Answer: (c)

By what percentage

should the pressure of

a given mass of a gas

be increased so as to

decrease its volume

by 10% at a constant

temperature? (EAMC

ET-92)

(a) 8.1%

(b) 9.1%

(c) 10.1%

(d) 11.1%

Answer: (d)

The gas expands

adiabatically at

constant pressure.

Such that its

temperature T

the value of

of the

gas is (MHT-CET

2004)

(a) 1.30

(b) 1.50

(c) 1.67

(d) 2.00

Answer: (b)

the r.m.s. speed, if the pressure of the gas is doubled but the

temperature is kept constant?

(a) x

(b)

(c) 2x

(d)

Answer: (a)

2.

According to

3.

4.

5.

6.

kinetic theory of

gases, at absolute

zero of

temperature(CBSE

-90)

(a) Water freezes

(b) Liquid helium

freezes

(c) Molecular

motion stops

(d) Liquid

hydrogen

freezes

Answer: (c)

A room

temperature the

r.m.s. velocity of

the molecules of a

certain diatomic

gas is found to be

1930 m/sec. the

gas is (IIT 84)

(a) H2

(b) F2

(c) O2

(d) Cl2

Answer: (a)

The r.m.s velocity

of the molecules of

an ideal gas is C at

a temperature of

100K. at what

temperature is

r.m.s. velocity will

be doubted?

(a) 200 K

(b) 400 K

(c) 300 K

(d) 50 K

Answer: (b)

One mole of mono

atomic gas

( 5/3) is mixed

with one mole of

diatomic gas

( 7/5) what will

be the value

of for the

mixture?(I.I.T-88)

(a) 1.5

(b) 2.5

(c) 1.0

(d) 2

Answer: (a)

In a gas, 5

molecules have

speed 150 m/s,

170 m/s, 170 m/s,

180 m/s, 190 m/s.

ratio of Vrms to

7.

8.

Vmean is

nearly (MHT-CET2002)

(a) 1

(b) 3

(c) 0.5

(d) 0.04

Answer: (a)

The mean free

path of nitrogen

molecules at 27C

is

3 107 m/s. if the

average speed of

nitrogen molecules

at the same

temperature is 600

m/s then the

collision frequency

will be

(a) 109/sec

(b) 1.5 109/sec

(c) 2 109/sec

(d) 3 109/sec

Answer: (c)

The mean

translational K.E.

per unit volume E

and the pressure P

of a perfect gas

are related as

(Roorkee-92)

(a)

(b)

(c)

9.

(d)

Answer: (b)

If two gases of

molecular weights

M1 and M2 are at

same pressure and

temperature, ratio

of their r.m.s.

speed will be (ALL

INDIA PMT-99)

(a) M2: M1

(b) M1: M2

(c)

10.

(d)

Answer: (d)

K.E. per unit

volume is given

by (MHT-CET

2003)

(a)

(b)

11.

12.

13.

14.

(c)

(d) None of these

Answer: (a)

The volume of a

gas 20C is

100cm3 at normal

pressure. If its is

heated to 100, its

volume becomes

125 cm3 at the

same pressure,

then volume

coefficient of the

gas is (At normal

pressure) (MHTCET-2000)

(a) 0.0033/C

(b) 0.0030/C

(c) 0.0025/C

(d) 0.0021/C

Answer: (a)

The temperature

of a gas is 68C.

to what

temperature

should it be

heated, so that the

r.m.s. velocity of

the molecules be

doubled?

(a) 357C

(b) 457C

(c) 547C

(d) 820C

Answer: (c)

The kinetic energy

of one gmmolecule of a gas

at normal

temperature and

pressure is

(R 8.31 J/mol-K)

(MHCET-99,

AFMC PUNE-98)

(a) 0.56 104 J

(b) 1.3 102 J

(c) 2.7 102 J

(d) 3.4 103 J

Answer: (d)

Energy supplied to

15.

16.

of substance from

solid to liquid state

at its melting point

is called

(MHT-CET 2003)

(a) Latent heat of

fusion

(b) Evaporation

(c) Solidification

(d) Latent heat of

fission

Answer: (a)

The average

translational K.E.

of the molecules in

a sample of

oxygen at 300K is

6 1020 J. what is

the average

translational

energy at 750 K?

(a) 2 1019 J

(b) 1.5 1019 J

(c) 3 1018 J

(d) 3.5 1021 J

Answer: (b)

Translational

kinetic energy of

gas molecule, for

one mole of the

gas, is

equal (AFMC

PUNE-95)

(a)

(b)

(c)

17.

(d)

Answer: (a)

Mean kinetic

energy of

perfect gas is

(MHT-CET-2000)

(a) T

(b) T2

(c)

18.

(d)

Answer: (a)

The volume of 2.8

gm of carbon

monoxide (CO) at

19.

atm pressure is

(R 0.0821 litre

atm/mol K)

(MHT-CET-1999)

(a) 0.3 litre

(b) 1.5 litre

(c) 3 litre

(d) 60 litre

Answer: (c)

The frequency of a

light wave in a

material is

3 1014 Hz and the

wavelength is

6000 . What is

the refractive

index of the

material?

(a)

(b)

(c)

20.

(d)

Answer: (c)

The temperature

of a gas is raised

from 27C to

927C. the root

mean square

speed (NCERT-83,

CBSE-94)

(a)

21.

22.

times

the earlier

value

(b) Gets halved

(c) Remains the

same

(d) Gets doubled

Answer: (d)

If 3 kg of mass is

converted into

energy. Energy

released by (MHTCET-2003)

(a) 9 108 J

(b) 9 1016 J

(c) 27 108 J

(d) 27 1016 J

Answer: (d)

Which of the

23.

following is the

unit of specific

heat?

(MHT-CET-2004)

(a) J kg/C

(b) J/kgC

(c) kg C/J

(d) J kg/C2

Answer: (b)

If CP CV R

and

, then

which relation is

correct. (MHT-CET

2006)

(a)

(b)

(c)

24.

25.

(d)

Answer: (a)

Three containers of

the same volume

contains three

different gases.

The masses of the

molecules are m1,

m2 and m3 and

number of

molecules in their

respective

container are N1,

N2 and N3. the gas

pressure in the

container are

P1, P2, and

P3 respectively. All

the gasses are now

mixed and put in

one of these

containers. The

pressure P of the

mixture is (CBSE92)

(a) P (P1 P2 P3)

(b)

(c) P (P1 P2 P3)

(d) P (P1 P2 P3)

Answer: (c)

If 70 calories heat

is required to raise

the temperature of

2 moles of an ideal

gas at constant

pressure from 30C

to 35C. the

amount of heat

required to raise

the temperature of

the same gas

through the same

range at constant

volume is (I.I.T85)

(a) 20 cal

(b) 30 cal

(c) 40 cal

(d) 50 cal

Answer: (c)

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