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Quiz

1. Which of the following is not an organic pesticide ?

(1) BHC
(2) DDT
(3) Methyl parathian
(4) Zinc phosphide

2. Persons in asbestos factories are affected by air pollution. The most affected part of their body is the ?

(1) Eyes
(2) Lungs
(3) Throat
(4) Skin

3. Coloured glasses for goggles contain ?

(1) Ferrous oxide
(2) Ferric oxide
(3) Nickel oxide
(4) Lanthanide oxide

4. Which substance is used as electrical fire-extinguisher ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Carbon tetrachloride
(3) Dry sand
(4) All of the above

5. Petroleum is mainly a mixture of ?

(1) Alkenes
(2) Alkanes
(3) Alkynes
(4) Alkyl halides

6. In LPG gas leakage, which sunstance is used to detect it ?

(1) Ethyl mercaptan
(2) Methyl mercaptan
(3) Sulphuric acid
(4) None

7. The first product obtained the fractional distillation of petroleum is ?

(1) Diesel
(2) Petroleum ether
(3) Kerosene
(4) None of these

8. The oxidising agent used along with rocket fuel are ?

(1) Hydrogen peroxide
(2) Liquid oxygen
(3) Liquid fluorine
(4) All of the above

9. Petroleum ether can be used as ?

(1) A fuel
(2) A solvent for fats, oils and varnish
(3) Both the above
(4) None of these

10. The building blocks of natural rubber obtained from trees is ?

(1) Acetylene
(2) Isoprene
(3) Cinyl chloride
(4) None of these

11. Which of the following groups represent gaseous fuel ?

(1) Coke, wood, producer gas
(2) Natural gas, liquitied petroleum gas
(3) Water gas, petrol coke
(4) None of the above

12. The polymer used in the manufacture of electrical goods like switches, plugs etc., is ?

(1) Bakelite
(2) Chloroprene
(3) Teflon
(4) None of these

13. Which one of the following is used in lowering the blood pressure ?

(1) Cocaine
(2) Diethyl ether
(3) Resprine
(4) Morphine

14. The first antibiotic was discovered by ?

(1) A. Fleming
(2) Madam Curie
(3) M. Sehgal
(4) Porke

15. A substance which can act both as an analgesic and antipyretic is ?

(1) Asprin
(2) Quinine
(3) Insulin
(4) Penicillin

16. Which one of the following is the common example of fibres ?

(1) Bakelite
(2) Buna-s rubber
(3) Nylon-6
(4) Nylon-66

17. Bethional is used as ?

(1) Antiseptic
(2) Analgesic
(3) Disinfectant
(4) Tranquilizer

18. For instant energy, athletes take ?

(1) Milk
(2) Sodium chloride
(3) Sucrose
(4) Vitamin C

19. Glass ia s ?

(1) Liquide
(2) Super-cooled liquid
(3) Solid
(4) Transparent organic

20. In cause of a chemical change, what is generally affected ?

(1) Electron
(2) Proton
(3) Neutron
(4) Nucleus

21. The maximum concentration of alcohol that does not impair faculties of the human body is ?

(1) 0.01%
(2) 0.3%
(3) 0.9%
(4) 2.3%

22. Cholesterol is a ?

(1) Chromium salt
(2) Derivative of chloroform
(3) Fatty alcohol found in animals fats
(4) Type of chlorophyill

23. Drinking soda is ?

(1) An oxidising agent
(2) Acidic in nature
(3) Basic in nature
(4) Neutral

24. Glass is a good ?

(1) Electrical conductor
(2) Insulator
(3) Semi-conductor
(4) Thermal conductor

25. One carat of diamond is equal to ?

(1) 100 mg
(2) 200 Mg
(3) 300 Mg
(4) 400 Mg

26. The chief constituent of water glass is ?

(1) Calcium silicate
(2) Magnesium silicate
(3) Salicyclic
(4) Sodium silicate

27. Indigo is used in the ?

(1) Dyeing industry
(2) Food industry
(3) Perfume industry
(4) Pharmaceutical industry

28. Graphite is a ?

(1) Good conductor of electricity
(2) Good conductor of heat
(3) Good insulator
(4) Both (a) and (b)

29. Graphite is used in nuclear reactor ?

(1) As a fuel
(2) As an insulator
(3) As a moderator
(4) As lubricant

30. The acid generally stored in batteries is ?

(1) Acetic acid
(2) Hydrochloric acid
(3) Nitric acid
(4) Sulphuric acid

31. Excessive consumption of ethanol causes damage to the ?

(1) Heart
(2) Liver
(3) Lungs
(4) Kidneys

32. In refrigerators, the liquid used as refrigerant is ?

(1) Liquid nitrogen
(2) Liquid carbondioxide
(3) Liquid ammonia
(4) Super-cooled water

33. Ethyl alcohol is commonly made unfit for drinking by the addition of ?

(1) Chloroform
(2) Methyl alcohol
(3) Potassium cyanide
(4) Potassium chloride

34. All acids essentially contain the element ?

(1) Chlorine
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Oxygen
(4) Sulphur

35. Chemotherapy deals with ?

(1) Industrial engineering
(2) The use of chemicals in warfare
(3) Use of chemicals for the cure of diseases
(4) None of these

36. Which of the following is the largest part of the human brain ?

(1) Cerebrum
(2) Cerebellum
(3) Mid-brain
(4) Medulla oblongata

37. The production of excess pigment in the skin is stimulated mainly by ?

(1) Exercises
(2) Infra-red rays
(3) Ultraviolet rays
(4) Vitamins

38. Hydrophobia may affect a person suffering from ?

(1) Bee sting
(2) Dog bite
(3) Bacterial infection
(4) Snake bite

39. Which one of the following branches of biology deals with the study of birds ?

(1) Entomology
(2) Herpetology
(3) Ornithology
(4) Paleontology

40. Man is superior to other animals in the functioning of his ?

(1) Cerebrum
(2) Cerebellum
(3) Medulla
(4) Nerves

41. The possibility of fraternal twins occurs at the ?

(1) Conception
(2) Fertilization stage
(3) Subsequent to fertilization
(4) Zygotic stage

42. Heredity characters are carried to the next generation by ?

(1) Chromosomes
(2) Ribosomes
(3) Plastids
(4) Mitochondria

43. A quick test to determine children's general health is by ?

(1) A thorough checking
(2) Examining their hair, nail and skin
(3) Looking at their teeth
(4) Studying their height and weight

44. 'Gobar gas' contains mainly ?

(1) Acetylene
(2) Carbon dioxide
(3) Ethylene
(4) Methane

45. The following is used as a moth-repellant and insecticide ?

(1) Benzoic acid
(2) Citric acid
(3) Naphthalene
(4) Urea

46. Ants have acid ?

(1) Acetic
(2) Citric
(3) Glutaric
(4) Formic

47. A photographic plate uses ?

(1) Potassium bromide
(2) Silver bromide
(3) Silver hydroxide
(4) Silver iodide

48. For welding the gas used is ?

(1) Acetylene
(2) Ethane
(3) Ethylene
(4) Methane

49. Which of the following plants does not repoduce by seeds ?

(1) Cauliflower
(2) Peas
(3) Potato
(4) Tomato

50. Malphigian tubules are excretory organs in ?

(1) Amphibians
(2) Annelids
(3) Binds
(4) Insect

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