MCQs Questions For Class 8 science chapter 6 combustion and flame


MCQs Questions For Class 8 science Chapter 6 : Combustion And flame with Answers pdf

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MCQs On Combustion And Flame

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NCERT Class 8 Science Chapter 6 MCQs

1. Fuel may be__________

A)  Solid

B)  Liquid

C)  Gas

D) All of these

Answer: D

2. Combustion is a____________

A) Physical process

B) Chemical process

C) Both (a) & (b)

D) None of these

Answers: B

3. Which one of the following is non Combustible?

A) Stone piece

B)  Paper

C) Straw

D) Matchsticks

Answer: A

4.  which is necessary For combustion?

A) Air

B) Water

C) Paper

D) Fuel

Answer: A

5. Explosion is the evolution of_________

A) Heat

B) light

C) Sound

D) All of these

Answer: D

6. Which is better fuel for domestic use?



C) Wood

D) Coal

Answer: B

7. The most common fire extinguisher is____________

A) Water

B) CO2

C) Oxygen

D) Hydrogen

Answer: A

8. Pick out incorrect statement from the following. A good fuel is one which_________

A) is readily available. 

B) Produces a large amount of heat.

C) Leaves behind many undesirable substances 

D) burns easily in air at a moderate 


Answer: C

9.  When clothes catches fire, the best way to extinguish the fire is to_________

A) throw water on the clothes. 

B) Use fire extinguisher.

C) Cover the person with a woolen blanket D) cover the person with polythene Sheet.

Answer: C

10.  The calorific value of a fuel is expressed in a unit called____________

A) kilojoules per litre 

B) kilogram per milliliter

C) kilojoules per gram 

D) kilojoules per kilogram

Answer: C

11. Sulphur dioxide is produced by________

A) nuclear power plant

B) coal power plants

C) hydroelectric power plants

D) all of the above

Answer: B

12. The main contributors of acid rain are__________

A) sulphur oxides and carbon oxides

B) nitrogen oxides and sulphur oxides

C) carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide

D) nitrogen oxides and carbon oxides

Answer: B

13. Which one of the following cause global warming?

A) Carbon dioxide

B) Oxygen

C) Nitrogen

S) Hydrogen

Answer: A

14. Which one of the following result takes place due to global warming?

A) Maintaining steady temperature

B) Changes in the rainfall

C) Pleasant environment

D) Causing less pollution

Answer: B

15. In the sun, light and heat are produced by__________

A) chemical reactions

B) nuclear reactions

C) burning reactions

D) bunsen burner

Answer: B

16. Which chemical is used in the rubbing surface provided for matchsticks?

A) Sulphur

B) Gold

C) Red phosphorus

D) White phosphorus

Answer: C

17.Which of the following are required essentially for producing fire?

A) Glass, coal, water

B) Fuel, coal, straw

C) Fire, wood, burner

D) Fuel, air, heat

Answer: D

18. LPG stand for________

A) Liquefied Petroleum Gas

B) Liquefied Petrol Gas

C) Liquid Petrol Godown

D) Liquid Petroleum Gas

Answer: A

19. The outermost zone of flame is in colour.

A) blue

B) orange

C) brown

D) dark

Answer: A

20. In the presence of water, ignition temperature of paper________

A) decreases

B) increases

C) remains constant

D) none of these

Answer: B