Science-General Knowledge Questions, Quiz

Q61. The temperature of a distant luminous bodies can be determined by
(a) Pyrometer
(b) Hydrometer
(c) Luminometer
(d) Mercury Thermometer

Q62. Silver gets corroded due to the presence of ___________ in air
(a) Nitrogen
(b) Carbon
(c) Nitrous Oxide
(d) Hydrogen Sulphide

Q63. Which disease is also known as "white plague"
(a) Malaria
(b) Tuberculosis
(c) Typhoid
(d) Dengue

Q64. Which of the following particles has the dual nature of particle-wave
(a) Neutron
(b) Electron
(c) Meson
(d) Proton

Q65. The metal ion present in vitamin B12 is
(a) Nickel
(b) Cobalt
(c) Iron
(d) Zinc

Q66. Who of the following has given the term rhizosphere
(a) Alexopolus
(b) Garret
(c) Hiltner
(d) None of the above

Q67. Microbial degradation of nitrates into atmospheric nitogen is known as
(a) Ammonification
(b) Putrefacation
(c) Nitrification
(d) Denitrification

Q68. Day and Night are equal at the
(a) Prime Meridian
(b) Poles
(c) Equator
(d) Antarctic

Q69. Most commonly used bleaching agent is
(a) Carbon dioxide
(b) Chlorine
(c) Alcohol
(d) Sodium Chloride

Q70. The Dynamo converts
(a) Mechanical energy into Magnetic Energy
(b) Mechanical energy into Electrical Energy
(c) Electrical energy into Mechanical Energy
(d) None of the above

Q71. Hydrogen was discovered by
(a) Antoine Lavoisier
(b) Fred Sanger
(c) Christiaan Huygens
(d) Henry Cavendish

Q72. Which one is the fastest growing plant in the World
(a) Tea
(b) Rubber
(c) Rice
(d) Bamboo

Q73. Penicillin was discovered by
(a) Edward Jenner
(b) Alexander Fleming
(c) Louis Pasteur
(d) Graham Bell

Q74. South Pole was discovered by
(a) Robert Peary
(b) Otto Sverdrup
(c) Roald Amundsen
(d) Robert Falcon Scott

Q75. The print or recording of a human fingerprint is also knwon as
(a) Dactylogram
(b) Volargram
(c) Egiogram
(d) None of the above

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