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The temperature at which a gas, when subjected to Joule-Thomson expansion, neither cools or heats up, is termed as the __________ temperature. Above this temperature the gas heats up on throttling and below this the gas cools down.

[A]. isotactic
[B]. saturation
[C]. inversion
[D]. throttling

Answer: Option C


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