Materials: Metals and Non-Metals MCQ Questions for Class 8 Science Chapter 4 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 8 Science with Answers

Q1. The non-metal which has very high melting point is:

(i) sulphur
(ii) iodine
(iii) phosphorus
(iv) graphite

(iv) graphite

Q2. Which of the following is a non-metal?

(i) Aluminium
(ii) Oxygen
(iii) Iron
(iv) Silver

(ii) Oxygen

Q3. To which category do antimony and arsenic belong?

(i) Metals
(ii) Metalloids
(iii) Non-metals
(iv) Minerals

(ii) Metalloids

Q4. The most reactive metal is

(i) copper
(ii) silver
(iii) potassium
(iv) calcium

(iii) potassium

Q5. The metal found in liquid state is

(i) Iron
(ii) Aluminium
(iii) Mercury
(iv) Gold

(iii) Mercury

Q6. Metals are solid except:

(i) Mercury
(ii) Gallium
(iii) Sodium
(iv) Iodine

(i) Mercury

Q7. The non-metal which is liquid at room temperature is:

(i) chlorine
(ii) bromine
(iii) iodine
(iv) carbon

(ii) bromine

Q8. The most reactive metal is

(i) copper
(ii) zinc
(iii) potassium
(iv) gold

(iii) potassium

Q9. Which one of the following metals is the most ductile?

(i) Aluminium
(ii) Copper
(iii) Silver
(iv) Gold

(iv) Gold

Q10. Sodium metal is stored in

(i) water
(ii) Kept under open air
(iii) alcohol
(iv) Kerosene

(iv) Kerosene

Q11. Non-metals are:

(i) generally liquids
(ii) generally gases
(iii) generally solids and gases
(iv) generally gases and liquids

(iii) generally solids and gases

Q12. The metal which cannot be stored in packets is:

(i) sodium
(ii) calcium
(iii) magnesium
(iv) zinc

(i) sodium

Q13. Which of the following metal is stored in kerosene?

(i) Sodium
(ii) Magnesium
(iii) Phosphorus
(iv) Zinc

(i) Sodium

Q14. The metal which is not corroded by air, water and acid is

(i) copper
(ii) zinc
(iii) aluminium
(iv) gold

(iv) gold

Q15. They are not sonorous and are poor conductors of heat and electricity. These materials are

(i) elements
(ii) Metals
(iii) Compound
(iv) Non metals

(iv) Non metals

Q16. Metal oxides are:

(i) basic oxides
(ii) acidic oxides
(iii) meteoroids
(iv) neutral oxides

(i) basic oxides

Q17. Property of producing sound by metals is called:

(i) malleability
(ii) sonority
(iii) ductility
(iv) none of these

(ii) sonority

Q18. Which substance is used for making pencil lead?

(i) Sulphur
(ii) Silicon
(iii) Graphite
(iv) Aluminium

(iii) Graphite

Q19. Materials having qualities of both metals and non-metals are

(i) alloys
(ii) metalloids
(iii) noble metals
(iv) none of these

(ii) metalloids

Q20. Metal oxides are of nature

(i) Basic
(ii) Acidic
(iii) Netural
(iv) None of the options

(i) Basic

Q21. All metals are solids except

(i) Sodium
(ii) Calcium
(iii) Mercury
(iv) Hydrogen

(iii) Mercury

Q22. The metal which is soft is

(i) sodium
(iii) silver
(ii) gold
(iv) copper

(i) sodium

Q23. The metal found in liquid state is

(i) mercury
(ii) silver
(iii) calcium
(iv) sodium

(i) mercury

Q24. Iron is galvanised by coating it with

(i) chromium
(ii) sodium
(iii) magnesium
(iv) zinc

(iv) zinc

Q25. The non-metal which is liquid at room temperature is:

(i) Bromine
(ii) Carbon
(iii) Iodine
(iv) Chlorine

(i) Bromine

Q26. How many electrons are present in non- metals in their outermost shell?

(i) 1, 2 or 3
(ii) 8, 9 or 10
(iii) 10, 20 or 30
(iv) 4, 5, 6 or 7

(iv) 4, 5, 6 or 7

Q27. Which of the following is true about metals:

(i) metals generally have low melting point
(ii) metal generally have a shiny appearance
(iii) metals are poor conductors of heat and electricity
(iv) metals are non-malleable and non-ductiles

(ii) metal generally have a shiny appearance

Q28. Which is the hardest substance?

(i) Gold
(ii) Diamond
(iii) Aluminium
(iv) None of these

(ii) Diamond

Q29. A mineral from which. a metal can be extracted on the commercial scale, economically is called

(i) ore
(ii) metalloid
(e) corrosion
(iv) metal

(i) ore

Q30. The property of metal by which it can be drawn into wires is called

(i) Ductility
(ii) Decorating
(iii) Malleability
(iv) Conductivity

(i) Ductility

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