Test: Water - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Water is a/an

Solution:

Water is a compound consisting of hydrogen and oxygen in fixed ratio.

QUESTION: 2

The process of changing water vapour into water is called

Solution:

The process of changing water into water vapour is called condensation.

QUESTION: 3

Rain is also known as

Solution:

Rain is also known as precipitation.

QUESTION: 4

Which of these is not a property of water?

Solution:

Water is not blue in colour.

Water is colorless because all light (except tiny bit of blue) is reflected back. 

QUESTION: 5

Loss of water by plants is called

Solution:

Loss of water in form of water vapour by plants is called as transpiration.

QUESTION: 6

The purest form of water is

Solution:

The purest form of water is rain water as no impurities is present in it.But when it comes to earth, the gases present in the atmosphere gets mixed with it and hence makes it impure but rainwater is pure when it fells from clouds.

QUESTION: 7

An example of underground water is

Solution:

Well is underground source of water while river, lake and sea are surface source of water.

QUESTION: 8

Gaseous state of water is

Solution:

The gaseous state of water is vapour form by evaporation or boiling the water.

QUESTION: 9

Envelop of air around the earth is called

Solution:

The thick envelop of air around the earth is called atmosphere, which contain nitrogen and oxygen gas mainly.

QUESTION: 10

Which of the following substance is found in all three states in nature?

Solution:

Water is the only substance, which is found in all three states in nature.

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