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MCQ on Class 6 Science Separation of Substances

Last updated on December 14th, 2023 at 08:09 am

MCQ on Class 6 Science Separation of Substances

 

Practice Separation of Substances Class 6 mcq , Test your understanding of this science topic.”

 

Which method is used to separate insoluble solids from liquids?
Which method is suitable for separating components of a mixture of an insoluble solid and a liquid?
What method can be used to separate cream from milk?
The process of separating particles in a mixture based on their difference in size is known as:
What is the purpose of using alum in the process of loading during filtration?
What process involves the conversion of a liquid into a gaseous state by heating?
What process allows heavier matter like sand to settle down in a mixture of sand and water?
In a mixture of sand and water, how can the water be separated from the sand?
Which method of separation is best suited for separating husk and stones from grains?
In which method is a magnet used to separate magnetic material from a mixture?
Which method of separation is used to release grains from chaff?
What process can be used to separate husk from heavier seeds of grain?
MCQ on Class 6 Separation of Substances
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Multiple-choice questions (MCQs) with answers:

 

Q: Which method is used to separate husk and stones from grains?
a) Winnowing
b) Handpicking
c) Filtration
d) Sedimentation
Answer: b) Handpicking

 

Q: How is husk separated from heavier seeds of grain?
a) Sedimentation
b) Filtration
c) Winnowing
d) Decantation
Answer: c) Winnowing

 

Q: Which process utilizes the difference in the size of particles to separate them?
a) Filtration
b) Handpicking
c) Sieving
d) Sedimentation
Answer: c) Sieving

 

Q: In a mixture of sand and water, how can the water be separated?
a) Filtration
b) Decantation
c) Sieving
d) Sedimentation
Answer: b) Decantation

 

Q: Which method can be used to separate components of a mixture of an insoluble solid and a liquid?
a) Filtration
b) Handpicking
c) Sedimentation
d) Sieving
Answer: a) Filtration

 

Q: What is the process in which a liquid gets converted into its vapor?
a) Winnowing
b) Sedimentation
c) Evaporation
d) Filtration
Answer: c) Evaporation

 

Q: What is a saturated solution?
a) A solution in which substances are completely separated
b) A solution in which no more solute can be dissolved
c) A solution in which the solute settles at the bottom
d) A solution in which the solute evaporates completely
Answer: b) A solution in which no more solute can be dissolved

 

Q: How can more of a substance be dissolved in a solution?
a) By cooling the solution
b) By heating the solution
c) By adding more solvent
d) By stirring the solution
Answer: b) By heating the solution

 

 

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