Physics one liners for various competitive examinations

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Physics one-liners for various competitive examinations

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We know the importance of general awareness, GK (General Knowledge) in various competitive exams for aspirants.

We are publishing general awareness notes and study material on various subjects daily.

These Physics notes are extremely useful for all exams including Bank Exams.

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1-In the visible spectrum which color has the shortest wavelength?


2-What is the working principle of the Washing machine?


3-Who gave the first experimental value of G?


4-The velocity of sound in air___?


5-What does airbag, used for the safety of car driver, contain?


6-Nuclear sizes are expressed in a unit named____?


7-The blue color of the clear sky is due to ____?


8-Who discovered Diode Bulb?


9-The value of which quantity remains the same in all system of units?


10-Why does a liquid drop tend to assume a spherical shape?


11-Which of the material is used for electric wire heater?


12-Conversion of chemical energy into electrical energy occurs in which thing?


13-The direction of a magnetic field within a magnet is___?


14-When some detergent is added to water, the surface tension___?


15- Which instrument is used to measure the scattering of light by particles suspended in a liquid?


16- An atom bomb is based on the principle of___?


17-Who had shown that the electric and magnetic waves are equal in a vacuum?


18-Which is used in designing ships and submarines?


19-On which principle, transformer works?


20-The speed of light with the rise in the temperature of the medium ___?


ANS-

1- Violet
2-Centrifugation

3- Cavendish
4-332m/sec
5-Sodium Azide
6- Fermi
7-Dispersion of Light
8-Sir J. S. Fleming
9-Specific Gravity
10-To minimize surface tension
11-Nichrome
12-Battery
13-From South to north
14-Decreases
15-Nephelometer
16-Nuclear Fission
17-James Clerk Maxwell
18- Archimedes Principle
19-Mutual Induction
20-Remains unaltered


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