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What is the melting point of ice?
• 0 oC
• 12 oC
• 32 oC
• 100 oC
0 oC
What is the boiling point of water?
• 0 oC
• 32 oC
• 50 oC
• 100 oC
100 oC
Water has maximum density at
• 0 oC
• 4 oC
• 32 oC
• 100 oC
4 oC
Chlorine is added to drinking water to kill microbes that cause illness. This is known as
• Chlorination
• Elimination
• Microbe Termination
• Vaporization
Chlorination
The process of conversion of water vapor to water on the surface of a cold glass tumbler is known as
• Condensation
• Evaporation
• Boiling
• Vaporization
Condensation
Water which is absolutely pure and free from any impurity is known as
• Mineral Water
• Distilled Water
• Spring Water
• Boiled Water
Distilled Water
Steam is the _______ form of water.
• Solid
• Liquid
• Impure
• Gaseous
Gaseous
A salt which absorbs water is called:
• Anhydrous Salt
• Hydrophilic Salt
• Hydrophobic Salt
• Hygroscopic Salt
Hygroscopic Salt
Water in solid form is known as
• Soda
• Crystal
• Dry Ice
• Ice
Ice
Most of the pure, drinkable water of the earth is in form of
• Vapor and Clouds
• Spring and River water
• Icebergs
• Water in the Oceans
Icebergs
Water at room temperature is a
• Solid
• Liquid
• Gas
• Plasma
Liquid
Water that is suitable for drinking is known as
• Chlorinated Water
• Distilled Water
• Natural Water
• Potable Water
Potable Water
What falls to the ground when clouds become too heavy?
• Lightning
• Thunder
• Mineral Salts
• Rain (Raindrops)
Rain (Raindrops)
Conversion of water into water vapor is known as
• Boiling
• Freezing
• Vaporization
• Condensation
Vaporization
What is formed when hydrogen burns in oxygen?
• Carbon Dioxide
• Hydrogen Peroxide
• Water
• Carbon Monoxide
Water
Earth is known as the blue planet because of the presence of
• Water
• Atmosphere
• The continents
• Sky
Water
Water exerts pressure on the walls and the bottom of the container in which it is placed.
• True
• False 
True
Objects appear to weigh less in water than air.
• True
• False
True
Hardness of water is caused by the presence of certain salts in it.
• True
• False
True
Water is known as the universal solvent.
• True
• False
True
The density of ice is greater than that of water.
• True
• False
False
It is easy to make lather with hard water.
• True
• False
False

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