Everyday Science MCQS Set 15

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Which substance is produced by the Haber process?
Ammonium
Nitric acid
Sulfuric acid
Aluminum

Who is often called the African – American inventor?
Elijah McCoy
Bessie Blount
George Washington Carver
Benjamin Banneker

Which of the following not an important Aristotelian work?
Poetics
Physics
Psychology
Rhetoric

Deficiency of vitamin ______ causes night blindness:
Vitamin D
Vitamin C
Vitamin K
Vitamin A

Joule is a unit of:
Temperature
Power
Energy
Impuse

N2 content is kept constant in the biosphere due to
N2 fixation
Nitrogen cycle
Absorption of N2
Industrial pollution

One Kilometer is equal to ______ metres
900m
1000m
990m
950m

What would we use to measure the direct heating power of the Sun?
Ammeter
Anemometer
Actimometer
Altimeter

In electron discharge machining cutting tools are usually made of:
Tool steel
High sped steel
Graphite
Carbide-tripped tool

The density of sea water increase as the:
Depth and salinity decrease
Depth decrease and salinity increases
Depth increase and salinity decrease
Depth and salinity increase

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