Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of Separation of Substances. These MCQ tests are prepared taking questions from NCERT Textbook of Class 6 Science Chapter 3 and Exemplar books. All the Objective questions are explained well with proper answer and giving reason behind the answers.
Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ for 2023-2024
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Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ with Answers
Class 6 Science Chapter 3 MCQ with answers and explanation are given below. These sets of MCQs are the collection of Objective Questions from Class 6 Science Chapter 3. Practice these questions to buildup confidence and score good marks in tests.
Read the following statements and choose who dissolved maximum sugar in liquids?
Read the following statements and choose the incorrect one?
Paheli is writing some statements. She wants to know in which of the following statements is or are correct?
In which of the following statement is are incorrect?
In which of the following statement is or are incorrect?
In an activity, a teacher dissolved a small amount of solid copper sulphate in a tumbler half filled with water. Which method would you use to get back solid copper sulphate from the solution?
Mohan is writing some statements, choose the correct statements and help him:
Consider the given statement and choose the correct one:
Paheli wants to write the reasons for separating mixtures into their compounds:
If the saturated solution of a substance at a particular temperature is heated to a higher temperature then the solubility of a substance(s):
A transparent bottle, half filled with water is left outside in sun for a few hours. After some time, some water droplets are observed on the inner upper surface of the bottle. Which processes do you think, are the cause of these droplets?
In a solution of salt and water, no more salt can be dissolved. If we want to add more salt, it needs to be:
Consider the following statements and choose the correct statement(s):
In which of the following statements is or are incorrect?
Boojho has a mixture of iron nails, salt, oil and water. He is trying to separate each one. Consider the statements which is or are correct and help him?
Which amongst the following methods would be most appropriate to separate grains from bundles of stalks?
Boojho is writing some statements, choose the correct statement and help him:
Which of the following mixture would you be able to separate using the method of filtration?
During summer, Boojho carries water in a transparent plastic bottle to his school. One day, he left his bottle in this school. The bottle still had some water left in it. The next day, he observed some water droplets on the inner surface of the empty portion of the bottle. These droplets of water were formed due to:
Paheli asked for a glass of water from Boojho. He gave her a glass of ice-cold water. Paheli observed some water droplets on the outer surface of the glass and asked Boojho, how these droplets of water were formed? Which of the following should be Boojho’s answer?
Paheli is writing some statements about sieving. Choose the incorrect sentence and help her:
Boojho’s grandmother is suffering from diabetes. Her doctor advised her to take “Lassi” with less fat content. Which of the following methods would be most appropriate for Boojho to prepare it?
Consider the following statements and choose the incorrect one:
Boojho obtained salt from salt water mixture (or salt solution) by evaporation but water cannot be recovered during evaporation, it is lost into air. In order to recover both salt as well as water from solution, method will be:
Paheli is writing some statements. She wants to know in which of the following statements is or are incorrect?
More Questions for practice
- What do you mean by classification?
- Name two natural materials and two man-made materials.
- What is a magnetic material?
- Name four substances which flow or sink in water.
- Give two examples of each of the following—transparent, translucent and opaque.
- Name two good conductors and two bad conductors.
What are soluble substances as per Class 6 Science Chapter 5?
Substances like sugar and common salt dissolve completely in water. They are called soluble substances.
What do you understand by metallic lustre in Class 6 Science Chapter 5?
Metals like silver and gold have bright metallic luster because when light falls on the surface of these metals, the surface gives a shining appearance which is known as metallic lustre.
What are insoluble substances from 6th Science Chapter 5?
Certain substances which do not dissolve in water are called insoluble substances.
In Class 6 Science Chapter 5, which type of substances are called transparent substances?
Object which allows light to pass through it completely is called transparent. Example: glass, air.