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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 101 - 2862 °C, 102 - Ideal gas law, 103 - Friction, 104 - Nichrome 80/20, 105 - Z, 106 - 118,   107 - Acidic, 108 - Mole, 109 - Ductile, 110 - Cadmium.

101. What is the boiling point of iron?

           2862 °C

           3400 °C

           4206 °C

           1920 °C


102. Which law states that 'PV=nRT'?

           Charles' Law

           Boyle's Law

           Avogadro's law

           Ideal gas law


103. The force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers etc is called:

           Friction

           Tension

           Air Resistance

           Normal


104. What material is commonly used as a heating element?

           Tin

           Iron

           Copper

           Nichrome 80/20


105. Which letter represents atomic number?

           A

           Z

           W

           P


106. How many elements are there in the periodic table 2015?

           97

           102

           118

           92


107. Solutions with a pH less than 7 are called:

           Neutral

           Acidic

           Electrolyte

           Basic


108. What is the unit of measurement for amount of substance?

           Kelvin

           Coulomb

           Candela

           Mole


109. If a metal can be drawn into wires relatively easily it is called:

           Ductile

           Malleable

           Spreadability

           Tensile


110. Which one of the following is not a radioactive element?

           Thorium

           Uranium

           Cadmium

           Radium