Sources of Energy MCQ Questions for Class 10 Science Chapter 14 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Science Physics with Answers

Q1. Which element is used in solar cells?

(i) Carbon
(ii) Silicon
(iii) Phosphorous
(iv) Sulphur

(ii) Silicon

Q2. The major problem in harnessing nuclear energy is how to

(i) split nuclei
(ii) sustain the reaction
(iii) dispose off spent fuel safely
(iv) convert nuclear energy into electrical energy

(iii) dispose off spent fuel safely

Q3. India exploded her first underground nuclear device at

(i) Ranchi
(ii) Kota
(iii) Jaipur
(iv) Pokhran

(iv) Pokhran

Q4. The use of reflector in the solar cooker is to

(i) Decrease efficiency
(ii) create green house effect
(iii) increase efficiency
(iv) None of the above

(iii) increase efficiency

Q5. Which of the following gases is the main con-stituent of natural gas?

(i) Methane
(ii) Ethane
(iii) Propane
(iv) Butane

(i) Methane

Q6. Which one of the following forms of energy leads to least environmental pollution in the process of its harnessing and utilisation?

(i) Nuclear energy
(ii) Thermal energy
(iii) Solar energy
(iv) Geothermal energy

(iii) Solar energy

Q7. A device in which electricity is produced by the process of controlled nuclear fission reaction is called

(i) nuclear chain reaction
(ii) hydel power plant
(iii) nuclear reactor
(iv) thermal power plant

(iii) nuclear reactor

Q8. Solar cells are made of

(i) germanium
(ii) silicon
(iii) silver
(iv) aluminium

(ii) silicon

Q9. Which of the following is the ultimate source of energy?

(i) Water
(ii) Sun
(iii) Fossil fuels
(iv) Uranium

(ii) Sun

Q10. Fuel used in thermal power plants is

(i) water
(ii) uranium
(iii) biomass
(iv) fossil fuels

(iv) fossil fuels

Q11. The working fluid in ocean thermal power plant is

(i) Volatile liquid like ammonia
(ii) petrol
(iii) charcoal
(iv) liquified petroleum gas

(i) Volatile liquid like ammonia

Q12. Radiations which are harmful to the living organisms are

(i) Infrared radiation.
(ii) ultraviolet radiations
(iii) Visible radiation.
(iv) micro waves

(ii) ultraviolet radiations

Q13. Biogas is formed in the

(i) presence of air only
(ii) presence of water only
(iii) absence of air only
(iv) presence of water and absence of air

(iv) presence of water and absence of air

Q14. Which of the following is a non-renewable source of energy?

(i) Wood
(ii) Sun
(iii) Fossil fuels
(iv) Wind

(iii) Fossil fuels

Q15. Biogas is formed in the

(i) presence of air only
(ii) presence of water only
(iii) absence of air only
(iv) presence of water and absence of air

(iv) presence of water and absence of air

Q16. Which of the following is not an example of a bio-mass energy?

(i) wood
(ii) gobar-gas
(iii) nuclear energy
(iv) coal

(iii) nuclear energy

Q17. Unit of calorific value of a substance is

(i) Kcal
(ii) Joules
(iii) J kg
(iv) J/kg

(iv) J/kg

Q18. The main constituent of biogas is

(i) methane
(ii) carbon dioxide
(iii) hydrogen
(iv) hydrogen sulphide

(i) methane

Q19. Hydropower plant are located in the

(i) desert area
(ii) plane area
(iii) hilly terrains
(iv) None of the above

(iii) hilly terrains

Q20. A solar water heater cannot be used to get hot water on

(i) a sunny day
(ii) a cloudy day
(iii) a hot day
(iv) a windy day

(ii) a cloudy day

Q21. Spent slurry (Bio-waste after obtaining biogas) is used as

(i) fuel
(ii) manure
(iii) food for livestock
(iv) used again for generating biogas

(ii) manure

Q22. Which of the following is not a bio mass energy source?

(i) gobar gas
(ii) coal
(iii) wood
(iv) nuclear energy

(iv) nuclear energy

Q23. Which of the following gases is the main con-stituent of natural gas?

(i) Methane
(ii) Ethane
(iii) Propane
(iv) Butane

(i) Methane

Q24. A device in which electricity is produced by the process of controlled nuclear fission reaction is called

(i) nuclear chain reaction
(ii) hydel power plant
(iii) nuclear reactor
(iv) thermal power plant

(iii) nuclear reactor

Q25. The variety of coal which has the highest car-bon content

(i) Anthracite
(ii) Peat
(iii) Bituminous
(iv) Lignite

(i) Anthracite

Q26. Which of following is more environment friendly?

(i) Burning of coal
(ii) burning of fire wood
(iii) burning of charcoal
(iv) Burning of diesel.

(iii) burning of charcoal

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