Railway/SSC JE 2019 Chemistry quiz for Phase I and other railways exams 21/02/2019

Railway/SSC JE 2019 Chemistry quiz for Phase I

Railway/SSC JE Chemistry quiz for  (Phase I), RRB NTPC, SSC various exams and other competitive exams.

Q1. The most commonly used substance in fluorescent tubes are –

(a) Sodium Oxide and Argon

(b) Sodium Vapour and Neon

(c) Mercury Vapour and Argon

(d) Mercuric Oxide and Neon

Q2.The chemical name of limestone is?

(a) Calcium Carbonate

(b) Magnesium Chloride

(c) Sodium Chloride

(d) Sodium Sulphide

Q3. Monazite is an ore of-

(a) Zirconium

(b) Thorium

(c) Titanium

(d) Iron

Q4. Radioactivity is measured by-

(a) Hydrometer

(b) Geiger Counter

(c) Seismometer

(d) Ammeter

Q5. Process of solid camphor into camphor vapour is called-

(a) Vaporisation

(b) Freezing

(c) Melting

(d) Sublimation

Q6. Which one of the following is liquid at ordinary temperature?

(a) Lead

(b) Nickel

(c) Mercury

(d) Tin

Q7. Which one of the following liquids is very good conductor of heat?

(a) Mercury

(b) Benzene

(c) Ether

(d) None of these

Q8. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:

List-I                                              List-II

(Naturally occurring substance)                 (Element present)

  1. Diamond                                              1.  Calcium
  2. Marble                                                  2.  Silicon
  3. Sand                                                      3.  Aluminium
  4. Ruby                                                     4.  Carbon

Code:    A             B             C             D

(a)          3              1              2              4

(b)          4              2              1              3

(c)           2              1              3              4

(d)          4              1              2              3

Q9. What is the reaction between an acid and a base called?

(a) Desalination

(b)Crystallisation

(c)Neutralisation

(d)Sublimation

Q10. Which among the following metal is used for galvanization?

(a) Zinc

(b) Copper

(c) Iron

(d) Silver

Solution

Ans.1.(c)

Exp. Fluorescent lamp tube is filled with a gas containing low pressure mercury vapour and Argon. Sometimes gases like Xenon, Neon or Krypton can also be used. The pressure inside the lamp is around 0.3% of atmospheric pressure.

Ans.2.(a)

Exp. Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the minerals Calcite and Aragonite which are different crystals form of Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3). Limestone binds with silica and other impurities to remove them from the iron.

Ans.3.(b)

Exp. Monazite is an important ore for Thorium, Lanthanum and Cerium. India, Madagascar and South Africa have large deposits of monazite sands.

Ans.4.(b)

Exp. The Geiger-Muller Counter also called a Geiger Counter, is an instrument used for detection and measurement ionizing radiation.

Ans.5.(d)

Exp. Solid camphor directly changes into camphor vapour and this process is called sublimation. The sublimation is the process in which some substances upon heating directly changes into vapour from and when cooled again directly turns into solid form.

Ans.6.(c)

Exp. Mercury is the only metal which is liquid at ordinary temperature.

Ans.7.(a)

Exp. Mercury is a chemical element with the symbol (Hg). Mercury is used in thermometers due to its special properties. Mercury is good conductor of heat.

Ans.8.(d)

Exp. Diamond is an allotrope of Carbon . Marble is a metamorphic rock composed mainly of crystalline calcium Carbonate or Calcium Magnesium Carbonate. The most common component of sand is Silicon dioxide in the form of quartz.  Ruby is considered as one of the four precious stones together with Sapphire, Emerald and Diamond. In Chemistry, the ruby gemstone is a mixture of Aluminium, Oxygen and Chromium.

Ans.9.(c)

Exp. When an acid and a base are placed together, they react to neutralize the acid and base properties, producing a salt. This reaction is called Neutralisation.

Ans.10.(a)

Exp. Galvanisation is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to iron or steel, to prevent rusting. The most common method is hot dip galvanizing, in which steel sections are submerged in a bath of molten zinc.

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