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Questions related to General Science are always asked in every competitive examinations conducted by SSC CGL, UPSC, PSC, LIC, GIC, Railways, IBPS, etc. The main objective of these questions is to test the candidate's knowledge in various topics related to general science such as invention and discoveries, branches of science, scientific instruments, types of diseases in animals and plants, vitamins and minerals, scientific laws and theories, etc. For this purpose we have provided 500 objective General Science questions with answers for the candidates to enhance their knowledge in this area. All these questions had already been asked in various competitive examinations such as SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC TAX ASSISTANT, UPSC, BANK CLERK, BANK PO, CDS, NDA, CPO, PSC, LIC, GIC, RAILWAYS, etc.

Take 10 Questions Online Quiz on General Science below:

1) Enzymes are
A) Carbohydrates
B) Biological Catalysts
C) Fats
D) None of these

2) According to Daltonís atomic theory the smallest particle which can exist independently is:
A) An atom
B) A molecule
C) A cation
D) An anion

3) Argon gas was discovered by:
A) William Ramsay
B) Cavendish
C) John Davy
D) Alfred Werner

4) The most abundant element in the earth's crust is:
A) O
B) Al
C) Si
D) Fe

5) Persistence of vision is the principle behind:
A) Camera
B) Spectroscope
C) Cinema
D) Periscope

6) The damage of the human body due to radiation (x-rays or gamma rays, etc) is measured in
A) Rads
B) Rems
C) Roentgen
D) Curie

7) The use of heat treatment of ore that includes smelting and roasting is termed as
A) Electrometallurgy
B) Hydrometallurgy
C) Pyrometallurgy
D) Cryometallurgy

8) The age of most ancient geological formation is estimated by:
A) Potassium-Argon method
B) Ra-Si method
C) C14 method
D) Uranium-lead method

9) Which of the following Chemicals is used for fruit ripening?
A) Calcium carbide
B) Potassium chloride
C) Sodium chloride
D) Sodium carbonate

10) The Instrument used to measure the force and velocity of the wind is
A) Ammeter
B) Anemometer
C) Altimeter
D) Audiometer

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