Compendium Related to This Quiz
1.Galena & Litharge are ores of which of the following metals?
2.Graphite, Carbon and Diamonds are _________?
3.Bleaching Powder is a compound of _______?
4.To keep the hot glass item's finishing and transparency , they go through a process called annealing. This process involves _______?
(B)cooled very slowly
(C)cooled slowly and uniformly under controlled environment
5.The inability of a body to change its state of rest or its uniform motion in a straight line is called as ________?
6.Which among the following is strongest oxidizing agent?
7.Water at 4 degree centigrade has____?
(C)none of them
8.Which among the following sentences is true?
(A)Calcium Carbonate when heated in a kiln converts into Calcium Oxide which is called quicklime
(B)Calcium Oxide when heated in a kiln converts into Calcium Carbonate which is called limestone
(C)Calcium carbonate reacts with water to produce slacked lime.
9.Which among the following is not a use of Graphite?
(A)making of electrodes
(C)manufacturing of crucibles,
10.Which of the following group characterizes alcohols?
11.Sodium Alkyl Sulphate and Benzene Sulphate are examples of ________?
12.Rayon is an example of _______?
(A)a synthetic fiber
(B)a natural fiber
13.Which among the following sentence is true?
(A)thermoplastic can be moulded again and again into different shapes
(B)thermosetting plastic can be moulded again and again into different shapes
(C)PVC is a thermosetting plastic
14.Which among the following sentences is true?
(A)Ammophos is an organic fertilizer while Urea is an inorganic fertilizer
(B)Ammophos is an inorganic fertilizer while Urea is an organic fertilizer
(C)Both of them are organic fertilizers
15.Which among the following is correct full form of DDT?
16.Cobalt oxide is used to impart which color to glass?
17.Reserpine is an example of which kind of drug?
18.Phenolphthalein is used in chemistry as a ______?
19.Calcium Magnesium Silicate is commonly called as ________?
20.Which among the following is true about solubility of "Lipids"?
(A)They are soluble in water but insoluble in organic solvents
(B)They are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents
(C)They are soluble in water as well as organic solvents