Science Class 6th

301. Sugar dissolved in water is example of ________ solution.

A. Gas

B. Liquid

C. Solid

302. Brass is solution of Zinc and Copper, is an example of _____ solution.

A. Solid

B. Liquid

C. Gas

303. Air is a solution of?

A. Solids

B. Gases

C. Liquids

D. None of these

304. Solution consists of?

A. Solute

B. Solvent

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None of these

305. The component of solution present in small quantity is called?

A. Solute

B. Solvent

C. None of these

306. The component of solution present in greater quantity is called?

A Solute

B. Solvent

C. Solution

D. None of these

307. In salt and water solution, salt is?

A. Solute

B. Solvent

C. Solution

D. All of these

308. A solution in which solvent is water is called?

A. Water solution

B. Aqua

C. Aqueous Solution

D. None of these

309. Solution in which solvent is something else than water is called?

A. Non aqueous solution

B. Aqueous solution

C. None pf these

310. In perfume, alcohol is used as?

A. Solute

B. Solvent

C. None of these

311. Suspension is _________ mixture.

A. Homogeneous

B. Heterogeneous

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None of these

 

312. A heterogeneous mixture of undissolved solute in a given solvent is called?

A. Solution

B. Mixture

C. Solute

D. Suspension

313. The particles of solute in suspension are _______ in size.

A. Smaller

B. Bigger

C. Neither small nor big

D. None of these

314. Particles of suspension can be separated by the process of?

A. Churning

B. Filtration

C. Sublimation

D. None

315. Blood is?

A. Solution

B. Suspension

C. Solute

D. Solvent

316. Carbonated drinks are?

A. Solution

B. Suspension

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None of these

317. ______ model theory explains the nature of matter and their interaction with other substances.

A. Particle

B. Substance

C. Molecule

D. Boyle

 

318. The particles of matter are always in ________.

A. Rest

B. Motion

C. None of these

319. By adding heat to matter, the particles move_______.

A. Slower

B. Stop

C. Faster

D. None

320. The solubility of solute depends on?

A. Solute-solute interaction

B. Solute-solvent interaction

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None of these