# Matter In Our Surroundings Questions

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117. With the increase in temperature of liquid its rate of
evaporation
(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Remains constant (d) Can not be predicted
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When a solution of common salt in water is distilled, the
salt is found in
(c) Cooling water (d) Condenser
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When water vapours condense to form water, the particles
of water vapour
(a) gain energy and also gain freedom of motion.
(b) gain kinetic energy and increase their freedom to move
(c) lose energy and come closer, thus their freedom of
movement gets restricted.
(d) lose energy and also lose freedom to move about
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45.
The property of diffusion is shown to the maximum extent
(a) solid
(c) gas
(b) liquid
(d) Same in all cases
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512. The phenomenon of change of liquid into gas at any
temperature below its boiling point is called
(a) melting
(b) boiling
(c) liquifaction
(d) evaporation
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612. Select the mixture that can be easily separated using
separating funnel.
(a) Milk and water
(b) Sugar and water
(c) Oil and water
(d) Petrol and kerosene
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78.
Sumit placed a solid on table and after 20 minutes he found
that volume of solid is reduced and there is no liquid on
table as well.
(a) It represents phenomena of sublimation
(b) This phenomena occurs by evolution of heat
(c) Solid substance placed by sumit on table should be
sublimate
(d) It represents the phenomena of Boiling
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81.
Assertion : Cooking of rice is difficult at higher altitudes.
Reason: At higher altitudes the boiling point of water
increases.
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98.
Which one is suitable method for separation of a mixture of
water and sodium chloride?
(a) Decantation
(b) Evaporation
(c) Simple distillation (d) Fractional distillation
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18. On which of the following rate of evaporation of Liquid
depends?
(a) Surface
(b) Temperature
(c) Nature of Liquid (d) All of these
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114.
Why cover of tea kettle flew away?
(a) Not properly tight
(b) Tea is explosive in nature
(c) Pressure of steam
(d) None of these
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123.
The substance C may be
(a) Wax
(c) Liquid soap
(b) CO2 gas
(d) Hair oil
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13When a solid is allowed to melt, it results in
(a) moving away of particles
(b) coming closer of particles
(©) decrease in speed of particles
(d) decrease in temperature.
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14With the increase in pressure the boiling point of a liquid
(a) increase
(b) decreases
(c) remains unchanged
(d) can not be predicted
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155.
Water
Water droplets on cover of tea container represents.
(a) Condensation
(b) Evaporation
(c) Fusion
(d) Sublimation
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162.
Which are/is correct statements?
(a) Matter is continuous in nature.
(b) Of the three state of matter, the one that is most compact
is solid state.
(c) In solid state interparticles space (i.e., empty space) is
minimum.
(d) The density of solid is generally more than that of a
liquid.
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171.
Column ‘A’
Column ‘B’
A. Sublimate
(p) Iodine
B. Compressibility (q) Liquids
C. Definite Volume (r) Solid
D. Expansion on Heating (s) gases
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What is correct on the basis of phenomena of Evaporation?
(a) It cause cooling effect.
(b) It is favoured by decrease of temperature
(c) Evaporation is a surface phenomena
(d) Evaporation rate increases with increase of the
temperature
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1910. Which one will be most suitable method to separate a mixture
of sodium chloride and ammonium chloride?
(a) Fractional distillation
(b) Sublimation.
(c) Sedimentation
(d) Chromatography
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2013. Evaporation is a
(a) bulk phenomenon
(b) surface phenomenon
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these is correct
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Assertion : During evaporation of liquid there is no change
in the temperature of the liquid.
Reason: Kinetic energy associated with particles of matter
increases with increase of temperature.
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2213. When a mixture of sand, common salt, glass powder and
iodine is heated, a sublimate is formed. The sublimate formed
is
(a) Sodium chloride (b) Glass
(C) Iodine
(d) Common salt
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