General Science Question Answer

Q76. The study of crystalline structure of the stone is known as
(a) Palaentology
(b) Petrology
(c) Archaeology
(d) Geomorphology

Q77. Who is considered as the “Father of artificial intelligence”
(a) John McCarthy
(b) Marvin Minsky
(c) Allen Newell
(d) Peter Naur

Q78. The basic principle involved in the operation of solar cell is
(a) Raman effect
(b) Crompton effect
(c) Photovoltaic effect
(d) Scattering effect

Q79. The basic principle involved in the operation of solar cell is
(a) Raman effect
(b) Crompton effect
(c) Photovoltaic effect
(d) Scattering effect

Q80. The crop popularly known as ‘Camel Crop’
(a) Millets
(b) Maize
(c) Bajra
(d) Jowar

Q81. Gasoline is obtained from crude petroleum by
(a) Sublimation
(b) Evaporation
(c) Fractional crystallization
(d) Fractional distillation

Q82. The study of hair and its diseases is known as
(a) Pomology
(b) Cyctology
(c) Trichology
(d) Cosmetology

Q83. To an astronaut in space, the sky appears to be
(a) Red
(b) Blue
(c) Green
(d) Dark

Q84. The substance used in the fire extinguisher under the trade name of Pyrene is
(a) Chloroform
(b) Carbon dioxide
(c) Carbon tetrachloride
(d) Hydrogen sulfide

Q85. The Sea of Tranquility is found in
(a) Earth
(b) Moon
(c) Mars
(d) Saturn

Q86. QR code stands for
(a) Quick Read code
(b) Quick Revert code
(c) Quick Raise code
(d) Quick Response code

Q87. The study of Mountains is known as
(a) Orology
(b) Lithology
(c) Acrology
(d) Geology

Q88. Which one of the following is used for storing biological tissues
(a) Liquid helium
(b) Liquid ammonia
(c) Liquid nitrogen
(d) Liquid oxygen

Q89. The radioactive isotope of hydrogen is
(a) protium
(b) tritium
(c) hydronium
(d) deuterium

Q90. Pearls are harvested from
(a) Snail
(b) Tuna
(c) Oyster
(d) Mussels


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