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- Q: Which is the seventh element in the periodic table of elements?
Q: What is DNA?
A: DNA is Deoxyribonucleic acid.
Q: Which is the highest mountain in the world?
A: Mount Everest
Q: Which is the star that is closest to Earth?
A: The sun.
Q: What is the chemical symbol for Helium?
Q: What is the pH level of water?
Q: What is the name of the molten rock that erupts from a volcano?
Q: How is yoghurt produced?
A: By the bacterial fermentation of milk.
Q: What is the compound HCl?
A: Hydrochloric acid.
Q: Are electrons are larger than molecules?
Q. When are atoms the most stable?
A: When their outer shells are full.
Q. Do conductors have low or high resistance?
A. High resistance.
Q. Can molecules have atoms from more than one chemical element?
Q. Where is Mount Kilimanjaro?
A. In Tanzania. It is the highest mountain [dormant volcano] in South Africa.
Q. Is floatation based on density?
A. Yes, The density determines whether it will float or sink.
Q. Are molecules chemically bonded?
Q. What is Kelvin?
A. A measure of temperature.
Q: Who was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics?
A: Albert Einstein
Q: What does ROM stand for?
A: Read Only Memory
Q: What did the original Sony PlayStation use to play games?
Q: What is the Earth’s primary source of energy?
A: The Sun
Q What does IBM stand for?
A: International Business Machines
Q: What is the boiling point of water?
A: It is 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
Q: Are keyboards are used as input devices?
A: Yes, they are.
Q: What is absolute zero?
A: Zero Degrees Kelvin
Q: What are Shuffle, Nano, Classic, and Touch?
A: They are variations of the Apple iPod
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