1. What is the first element on the periodic table? 2. What is the centre of an atom called? 3. True or false?

Acids have a pH level below 7. 4. What is the main gas found in the air we breathe? 5. True or false? An electron carries a positive charge. 6. Famous New Zealand scientist Ernest Rutherford was awarded a Nobel Prize in which field? 7. What is the chemical symbol for gold? 8. K is the chemical symbol for which element? 9. What orbits the nucleus of an atom? 10. At room temperature, what is the only metal that is in liquid form? 11. True or false? A neutron has no net electric charge. 12. A nuclear reaction where the nucleus of an atom splits into smaller parts is known as nuclear fission or nuclea fusion? 13. What is H20 more commonly known as? 14. What is the third most common gas found in the air we breathe? 15. What is the name given to substances that are initially involved in a chemical reaction? 16. True or false? Bases have a pH level below 7. 17. Is sodium hydroxide (NaOH) an acid or base? 18. Atoms of the same chemical element that have different atomic mass are known as? 19. True or false? A proton carries a positive charge. 20. What is the fourth most abundant element in the universe in terms of mass?

Chemistry Quiz Answers 1. Hydrogen 5. False 9. Electrons 13. Water 17. Base 2. A nucleus 6. Chemistry 10. Mercury 14. Argon (around 1%) 18. Isotopes 3. True 7. Au 11. True 15. Reactants 19. True 4. Nitrogen (around 78%) 8. Potassium 12. Nuclear fission 16. False 20. Carbon

1. When light bends as it enters a different medium the process is known as what? 2. A magnifying glass is what type of lens? 3. Electric resistance is typically measured in what units? 4. A person who studies physics is known as a?

Filament 12. Electric current is typically measured in what units? 19. Electric resistance is typically measured in what units? 8. The wire inside an electric bulb is known as the what? 12. Conductors have a high or low resistance? 18. Amperes 19. True or false? The concept of electric fields was first introduced by Albert Einstein. 16. what does AC stand for? . Convex 3. what does DC stand for? 4. True or false? Iron is attracted by magnets. Physicist 5. Metals expand when heated and do what when cooled? 6. Edwin Hubble 11. 7. What is the first name of the famous scientist who gave us Newton’s three laws of motion? 7. Who is the Hubble Space Telescope named after? 11. The wire inside an electric bulb is known as the what? 5. Contract 6. What scientist is well known for his theory of relativity? 20. What kind of eclipse do we have when the moon is between the sun and the earth? 15. In terms of electricity. Earth is located in which galaxy? Physics Quiz Answers 1. Big bang 10. Ohms 4. Watts 9. Theoretical physicist James Maxwell was born in what country? 13. Refraction 2. The most recognized model of how the universe begun is known as the? 10. A flight simulator 8. 3. The Milky Way galaxy 1. What state of the art computer technology is used to train pilots when wanting to copy the experience of flying an aircraft? 8. Infrared light has a wavelength that is too long or short to be visible for humans? 14. The sun 17. True or false? Batteries convert chemical to electrical energy. Albert Einstein 20. Electric power is typically measured in what units? 9. Low 18. What is the earth’s primary source of energy? 17. A solar eclipse 15. Scotland 13. In terms of electricity. True 16. Conductors have a high or low resistance? 6. Isaac 7. Electric current is measured using what device? 2. Long 14.5.

8. True or false? Electrons have a positive charge. True or false? Atoms are bigger than neutrons.True or false? An electron has a greater mass than a proton. Electric power is typically measured in what units? 10. True 7. 3. True or false? Subatomic particles are found inside atoms. True 5. Atom Quiz Answers 1. False 2. False (Michael Faraday) 8. True 10. Ohms 9. True 1. Watts 2. True or false? Protons and neutrons are part of the nucleus. 2. False 6. True or false? You can extend battery life by storing batteries at a low temperature. 5. Electricity Quiz Answers 1. 7. Ammeter 3. False 8. 6. True or false? Protons have a negative charge. True or false? Neutrons have a negative charge. True 4. 10. Low 7. Alternating current 10. 9. True 4. True or false? Protons are bigger than atoms. False . True or false? Protons and electrons are nucleons. Direct current 5.9. 4. False 3. True 9. Filament 6. True or false? Electrons are not part of the nucleus.

Chronometer 4 C C C B a. Navigation D. Saccharimeter b. Speed c. Pyrometer humidity 2. Energy b. What does Angstrom measure? a. Manometer d. Ammeter c. Light year is related to a. 5. Hygrometer 4. Length of light waves c. Which of the following instruments is used to measure pressure of gases? a. Barometer . Which instrument is used to measure pressure? a. b.1. Match the following columns Column 1 A. Intensity 4. d. Quantity of liquid b. Anemometer C. Length of cables d. Speed of ships 3. c. High temperature 3. Distance d. Lactometer 2. Direction of wind 1 B D A C 2 D B D A 3 A A B D Column 2 1. Relative B.

900 b. How many Dynes are there in one gram weight? a.b. Joule is the unit of a. 106 d. Manometer c. The unit of current is a. Ohm d. The intensity of an earthquake is measured with a . Watt c. Ohm b. 981 d. How many Ergs are these in 1 Joule? a. None of these 10. Volt b. 102 b. None of these 6. The unit of energy in MKS system is a. Erg c. 104 c. Ampere d. Ammeter d. Joule 11. Heat 7. Temperature pressure b. 375 c. 250 8. 107 9. Energy c.

The scientist who first discovered that the earth revolves round the sun was a. . Centigrade & Fahrenheit scales give same reading at a. H. J. Copernicus . . Huxley b. Rudolf Virchow d. Who among the following described protoplasm as the physical basis of life? a.a. c. c. Micrometer D. Fathometer Column 2 1. Find out wind speed 4. Match the following columns Column 1 A. d. Leeuwenhoek c. 1 A4 A3 A5 A3 2 B5 B5 B1 B1 3 C3 C2 C3 C5 14. To measure very small distances 3. Barometer Hydrometer Polygraph Seismograph 12.32° c. Bose 15. T.273° d. Dalton c. Measure atmospheric pressure 4 D1 D1 D4 D2 a.40° b.100° 13. . b. To measure underwater depth using sound 2. Aneroid barometer C. Anemometer B. b. Find out direction of wind 5. C. d. Newton b. .

Thomas Savery d. d. Shockley b. Marconi b.d. Proton B. c. Alexander Fleming discovered a. A1 A2 A2 A4 B2 B1 B3 B2 C3 C4 C1 C3 D5 D3 D4 D1 . Chadwick 2. Goldstein 4. Match the following columns: Column 1 A. Madam Curie a. X-ray c. Einstein 16. Wright Brothers 18. Who among following invented the steam engine? a. James Watt c. Rutherford 5. Waterman 19. Sholes d. Millikan 3. Shelled nature of atom Column 2 1. Charged Electron D. Neutron C. Penicillin b. Pascal c. Streptomycin d. Telephone 17. Who invented typewriter? a. b.

Jonon Esals 21. Jonas Salk b. Faraday b. Who discovered circulation of blood in human body? a. L. Perkins: Penicillin . J. Henry William d. Isaac Newton 22. Who was the surgeon who pioneered antiseptic surgery in 1865? a. None of these 25.20. John Sleeman 23. James Arkwright b. The first attempt in printing was made in England by a. J. The credit of developing the polio vaccine goes to a. Joseph Lister c. Bell: Telephone c. The credit of inventing the television goes to a. Joseph Lister c. Alb E. James Watt c. Mark the wrong combination a. James Watt: Steam Engine b. Sabin c. Edward Jenner b. A. Selman Waksman d. William Caxton d. Marconi 24. Baird c. Baird: Television d.G. William Harvey d. Edward Jenner b. Edison d.

Faraday: Diffusion of gases d. Oscar c. Evolution: Darwin d. Bicycle c. Wright Brothers are regarded inventors of the a. Computer c. Balloon b. Study of bones b. Calculating machine b. Newton: Law of gravitation c. Cinema d. Study of muscles c. Study of architecture . Typewriter: Remington b. None of these 29. Blaze Pascal is associated with a. Lazlo Biro 28. Roentgen: X-ray b. Wilson d. None of these 30. Waterman b. Who invented the ball point pen? a. Philology is the a. Aeroplane d. Aeroplane: Harway 27. Pasteur: Bacteriology 31.26. Dynamite: Dunlop c. Which of the following pairs is incorrect? a. Choose the correct combination a.

Birds b. Weather b. Cells and tissues 33. Seismology c. Study of life in outer space is known as a. Relation between Organisms and their environment d. Earthquakes 36. Endobiology . Meteors c. Study of earthquakes is known as a.d. Tissues 35. Mammals d. Anatomy is the branch of science which deals with a. Animal behavior d. Cell formation c. Numismatics d. Soil 37. Ecology deals with a. Oncology is the study of a. Structure of animals and plants b. Birds b. Ecology b. Cancer c. None of these 34. Metals d. Study of languages 32. Functioning of body organs c. Meteorology is the science of a.

b. People of European origin c. None of these 41. Study of bones b. None of these 42. The velocity of light was first measured by a. Edison c. Eugenics is the study of a. Space 39. Coins b. Numbers c. Exobiology c. Study of smells d. Genetics of plants 40. Newton c. Neobiology 38. Numismatics is the study of a. Galileo . Who invented the Doctor’s thermometer? a. Einstein b. Enterobiology d. Stamps d. Altering humans beings by changing their genetic components b. Ornithology is the a. Romer d. Study of birds c. Different races of mankind d. Galileo d. Fahrenheit b.

d. Einstein b. Who among the following evolved the concept of relationship between mass and energy? a. Periodic Table C. John Logie Baird b. Lammarck c. Match the following columns: Column 1 A. Mendeleev 5. Oparin d.43. Match the following columns: . Alexander Graham Bell c. Thomas Elva Edison d. X-Rays Column 2 1. Thomson 3. Rutherford 4. Radioactivity B. Planck c. Darwin b. Rutherford 46. Who proposed the chemical evolution of life? a. James Watt 45. Roentgen 6. Haechel 44. The telephone was invented by a. Becquerel D2 D5 D5 D5 a. Planck 2. Quantum Theory D. c. A1 A6 A3 A6 B3 B5 B2 B4 C5 C3 C1 C1 47. Dalton d. b.

c 14. Who among the following is associated with the invention of computers? a. a 2. d. Orthogenesis theory 4. d. Natural selection theory 3. c. b 10. Copernicus d. Mac Millen d. d 15. Marconi B. Edison b. a 9. d 7. Herschel b. d 13. c 11. Who discovered Uranus? a. Ganleo c. c 6. b 18. a. c 4. b 3. c 8. Rangabhashyam Answers to General Science Quiz Questions 1. Baird Column 2 1. b. Stethoscope 5. c. Darwin C. Television B3 B4 B2 B5 C4 C3 C4 C2 D5 D2 D5 D4 a. None of these 50. a 19. A1 A5 A1 A3 48. c 20. Laennec D. d 16. c 5. Radio 2. b. c . Robert Koch worked on Tuberculosis Cholera Malaria Diabetes 49. c 12.Column 1 A. Babbage c. a 17.

a 25. b 28. b 38. a 46. a 33. a 43. d 32. a 40. a 50. b 41. a 24. d 36. a 37. c 26. c 47. d 30.21. c 39. b 42. b 45. c 31. c 35. a 29. b 27. c 23. c 34. c 48. d 22. b . b 49. a 44.

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