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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 81 - Hot dip galvanization, 82 - 32, 83 - Aviation gasoline, 84 - 1 litre, 85 - Silicon dioxide, 86 - Electrons,   87 - Osmium, 88 - Surface tension, 89 - Compression ratio, 90 - Base.

81. The most common Galvanization method is:

           Brush on galvanizing

           Spray galvanizing

           Electrogalvanizing

           Hot dip galvanization


82. What is the atomic number of Germanium?

           32

           24

           12

           46


83. Avgas stands for:

           Aviation gas

           Aviation gasoline

           Avogadro gas

           Average gas Num


84. 1000 cc is equal to:

           10 Gallon

           1 Gallon

           10 litre

           1 litre


85. What is the fundamental constituent of glass?

           Aluminium oxide

           Magnesium oxide

           Silicon dioxide

           Sodium carbonate


86. The negatively charged particles that revolves around the nucleus of the atom are called:

           Protons

           Electrons

           Photons

           Neutrons


87. Which is the densest naturally occurring element?

           Rhenium

           Platinum

           Iridium

           Osmium


88. What causes water strider to stand on water surface?

           Free surface

           Surface tension

           Buoyancy

           Viscosity


89. The ratio between max. and min. volume in the cylinder of an IC engine is called:

           Volume ratio

           Compression ratio

           Work ratio

           Pressure ratio


90. Substances which react with acids to form salts are called:

           Base

           Catalyst

           Gas

           Amorphous solid