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Scoring more than 7/15 is a real achievement. Do you dream of becoming at least half as good as Walter White in chemistry? Then you need to take the test to learn the basics of our life and chemistry. This test features the terms of chemistry in layman’s language.

Scoring more than 7/15 is a real achievement. Only 1 in 50 people scores more than 12/15


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  • Which is the only metal which is not silvery?

    • Gold
    • Platinum
    • Tin
    • Osmium
  • Which of these outcomes is most likely when water is exposed in Space?

    • It sustains its liquid form
    • It gets turned into Ice
    • It boils into vapour
    • Its atoms get broken and every particle breaks all bonds
  • How many molecules of polymer does a truck tire contain?

    • 1 ppm
    • One
    • No one can calculate it.
  • Which of these elements, expand on freezing?

    • High-Density Polyethylene
    • Polypropylene
    • Sugar
    • Water
  • Which of these have the highest percent of water?

    • Banana
    • Bread Dough
    • A Kernel of Wheat
    • Human Baby
  • In what kind of reaction does the product lose energy and weight?

    • Endothermic
    • Exothermic
    • Addition
    • Displacement
  • If a glass is filled up to its rim with water, adding a handful of which substance won’t let it overflow and instead decrease in volume?

    • Sugar
    • Salt
    • Rice
    • Pepper
  • Which letter of the English alphabet don’t appear in the periodic table?

    • I
    • X
    • J
    • Y
  • Name the only metal that is also naturally an antibacterial?

    • Gold
    • Silver
    • Platinum
    • Copper
  • What makes your food taste good?

    • Saliva
    • Salt
    • The amazing Chef
    • Being grown on an Organic Farm
  • Which is the first ever chemical to be named after a person in the periodic table?

    • Oganesson
    • Titanium
    • Seaborgium
    • Polythene
  • Which of these is not a valid chemical reaction?

    • Ice melting to water when brought out of the refrigerator
    • Creation of Ozone after a thunderstorm
    • The Process of Digestion
    • Pages of a novel turning yellow with time.
  • Out of 94 naturally occurring chemical elements, how many make up the human body?

    • 45
    • 52
    • 60
    • 50
  • What is absolutely needed for water to boil?

    • Perfect High Temperature
    • Perfect Boiling Utensil
    • Perfect Burners
    • Perfect Pressure
  • Oxygen is colorless, but what does the human eye perceive it to be, in its liquid form?

    • Green
    • Blue
    • Yellow
    • Red

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