General Science Question Answer

Q61. Which allotrope of carbon is in the form of a rigid three dimensional structure
(a) Graphite
(b) Fullerene
(c) Diamond
(d) Lamp black

Q62. Which one is most commonly used material in making of bullet proof jacket
(a) Formalin
(b) Coal-tar
(c) Fullerene
(d) Kevlar

Q63. Quinine is obtained from which part of the plant
(a) Stem Bark
(b) Leaves
(c) Roots
(d) Fruit

Q64. Vaccine for Rabies was discovered by which scientist
(a) Gregor Mendel
(b) Alexander Fleming
(c) Edward Jenner
(d) Louis Pasteur

Q65. Gallbladder stones are deposits of
(a) Calcium
(b) Phosphorus
(c) Glucose
(d) Cholesterol

Q66. The disease carrying agents are called
(a) Vectors
(b) Placids
(c) Pathogens
(d) Scalars

Q67. In a Human Body, the size of the right lung is
(a) larger than the left lung
(b) smaller than the left lung
(c) equal to the left lung
(d) Lungs changes and no fixed size

Q68. The study of the social, psychological, cognitive and biological aspects of aging is called
(a) Oncology
(b) Gerontology
(c) Herpetology
(d) Kinesiology

Q69. Cystitis is the infection of which of the following
(a) Lung
(b) Liver
(c) Pancreas
(d) Urinary bladder

Q70. The colour of ozone molecule is
(a) White
(b) Pink
(c) Blue
(d) Green

Q71. The sound waves with frequency below 16 Hz are called
(a) Infrasonic
(b) Ultrasonic
(c) Esonic
(d) Extrasonic

Q72. The test that identifies sugar levels in human blood is
(a) H1N1
(b) Hb2C
(c) H5N1
(d) HbA1C

Q73. The triple point of water is around
(a) 1000C
(b) 1000K
(c) 2730K
(d) 2730C

Q74. Which gas is responsible for the characteristic smell of the sea
(a) Acetylene
(b) Ammonia
(c) Dimethyl sulfide
(d) Tetrasulfuric Dichloride

Q75. The molten material inside the Earth is called
(a) Magma
(b) Lava
(c) Sial
(d) None of the above


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