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Materials & Energy Online Quiz at The Quiz Fest 17

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The Quiz Fest is an annual fest by Tack On Quiz Club at UPES, Dehradun. This is Energy & Materials Quiz by Krishna Moorthi.

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Materials & Energy Online Quiz at The Quiz Fest 17

  1. 1. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi M AT E R I A L S A N D E N E R G Y 
 O N L I N E Q U I Z B Y K R I S H N A M O O R T H I S & P R AT E E K J A I N
  2. 2. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi Q U E S T I O N 0 1 What are the materials which convert electrical energy into mechanical energy called
  3. 3. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi I D E N T I F Y T H E C O U N T RY This country gets its name from the latin name of a metal
  4. 4. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi F R E E W I F I - L O A D I N G … … … … … . . Radiations such as X-Rays and UV rays are extremely dangerous to human beings and will cause cancer after sufficient exposure. So, why is Wi-Fi, which is also an electromagnetic radiation, considered safe?
  5. 5. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi Osmium is the densest element found in nature. Which is the densest element to ever exist?
  6. 6. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi The 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to three US and French chemists for the discovery of an important breakthrough in Materials and Machinery. What breakthrough?
  7. 7. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi On 22 July, 2009, this metal overtook platinum as the costliest metal in the world. Identify the metal.
  8. 8. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi Iron is the most abundant metal in the universe by mass fraction. Which is the second most abundant metal in the universe by mass fraction?
  9. 9. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi Pure Iron has 5 different crystalline phases in its solid state at various temperatures and pressures. How many crystalline phases does Pure Ice (solid H2O) have at its solid state?
  10. 10. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi In the last decade, a few coastal towns of Kerala and Tamil Nadu have seen massive protests as the livelihood of the people has been threatened by extraction of a substance. Which Substance?
  11. 11. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi India starting its own nuclear program was marked by the founding of an organisation. Which organisation?
  12. 12. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi Q U E S T I O N 1 1 Which Physics Nobel Laureate first proposed the idea of Time Crystals?
  13. 13. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi This material was first produced by Ernest Rutherford in 1934 and was first isolated by Luis Alvarez and Robert Cornog in 1937. This material has been one of the leading research interests in North Korea in recent years to enable them to bypass the restrictions by UN and NPT against Nuclear weapons. Which Material?
  14. 14. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi In 1990, a particular metallic solid was discovered which exhibited superconductivity at low temperatures. It attracted attention because it was the only simple diatomic molecule to carry a magnetic moment. Which solid is being discussed here?
  15. 15. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi This is being developed by the ADB to combat energy reserve shortage in Pakistan and India.
 Former Petroleum minister Late. Mr Murli Deora hailed the project and called it the modern silk road
 Its construction started in December 2015 and is proposed to finish by 2019
 What am I talking about?
  16. 16. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi Which country has the most fossil fuel in the ground?
  17. 17. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi In Greek mythology this character, a son of Zeus, was made to stand in a pool of water beneath a fruit tree with low branches, with the fruit ever eluding his grasp and the water always receding before he could take a drink. This eternal punishment inspired the name of which chemical element?
  18. 18. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi F I T B ……… is the least stable element known to man today. It was synthesised in 2002 in Russia and has the highest atomic and mass numbers of all elements that exist presently ……… is the only element to be named after a person who is currently alive
  19. 19. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi Which Organo-mercuric compound’s presence in vaccines has caused a large amount of protest against it and vaccines in general among the public in USA and other western nations despite it being proven safe by various scientific studies?
  20. 20. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi The isotope with the shortest half life (23*10^-24 s) was synthesised in 2003 at Riken’s Laboratory in Japan. Identify the element associated with this isotope
  21. 21. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A B C D E F G H I J K L M O N P Q R S T U W X Y Z Which is the only alphabet not present in the periodic table?
  22. 22. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 1 • Piezoelectric materials
  23. 23. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 2 • Argentina
  24. 24. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 3 • Wi-Fi is non-ionizing radiation and has a large wavelength.
  25. 25. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 4 • Hassium
  26. 26. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 5 • Molecular Machines
  27. 27. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 6 • Rhodium
  28. 28. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 7 • Magnesium
  29. 29. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 8 • 17 Phases
  30. 30. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 0 9 • Mineral Beach Sand (Karimanal) rich in minerals such as ilmenite, zircon etc.
  31. 31. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 0 • TIFR (By Homi Bhabha in 1944-45)
  32. 32. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 1 • Frank Wilczek (Physics Nobel Laureate – 2004)
  33. 33. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 2 • Tritium (Hydrogen - 3)
  34. 34. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 3 • Metallic Solid Oxygen
  35. 35. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 4 • TAPI PIPELINE
  36. 36. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 5 • USA
  37. 37. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 6 • Tantalum • Ekeberg wrote “This metal i call Tantalum , partly in allusion to its incapacity, when immersed in acid , to absorb any and be saturated.”
  38. 38. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 7 • OGANESSON (After Dr. Yuri Oganessian)
  39. 39. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 8 • Thiomersal
  40. 40. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 1 9 • HYDROGEN (H7)
  41. 41. Tack On Quiz Club instal Pineso foodpremi A N S W E R 2 0 • J

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