Polymer Technology Multiple Choice Test - Set 01

Practice Test: Question Set - 01


1. Styrene butadiene rubber (SBR) is
    (A) A natural rubber
    (B) Another name of silicone rubber
    (C) A synthetic polymer
    (D) A synthetic monomer

2. Bakelite is
    (A) Same as Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
    (B) An inorganic polymer
    (C) Same as thermoset phenol formaldehyde
    (D) Not a polymer

3. Polyurethane cannot be used for making
    (A) Mattresses & foam
    (B) Coating material
    (C) Adhesives
    (D) Bottles

4. __________ resins are produced by the condensation polymerisation of formaldehyde with urea or melamine.
    (A) Epoxy
    (B) Amino
    (C) Alkyd
    (D) Phenolic

5. Nylon-6, 10 which is used for bristles making is superior to nylon 6, 6 due to its lower water absorption capacity, is a/an
    (A) Polyester
    (B) Polyamide
    (C) Polyisoprene
    (D) Polystyrene

6. Which of the following natural bio-polymers are formed as a result of polymerisation of amino-acids?
    (A) Starch
    (B) Cellulose
    (C) Proteins
    (D) Nucleic acids

7. Which of the following is an inorganic polymer?
    (A) Teflon
    (B) Perspex
    (C) Silicones
    (D) Bakelite

8. Buna-S is a __________ material.
    (A) Fibrous
    (B) Plastic
    (C) Resinous
    (D) Rubbery

9. Epoxy resin is a polymer containing two or more groups of the bellow fig. is called epoxide group or ethoxyline group. It is a
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    (A) Polyamide & an elastomer
    (B) Good adhesive
    (C) Surface coating agent
    (D) Both (b) and (c)

10. __________ practically possess no elasticity.
    (A) Vulcanite or ebonite
    (B) Spandex fibre
    (C) Polysulphide rubber
    (D) Epoxy resin

11. Which of the following has the weakest intermolecular forces?
    (A) Polyisoprene
    (B) Nylon-66
    (C) Polystyrene
    (D) Bakelite

12. Polystyrene is a __________ plastic at room temperature.
    (A) Ductile
    (B) Brittle
    (C) Malleable
    (D) None of these

13. Transistor parts and refrigerator components are normally made of
    (A) Polystyrene
    (B) Polyester
    (C) High density polythene
    (D) Polyurethane

14. Condensation polymerisation of __________ produces Bakelite.
    (A) Propylene
    (B) Phenol & formaldehyde
    (C) Phenol & acetaldehyde
    (D) Urea & formaldehyde

15. Silicone resins, which are highly water repellent and has good heat resistance cannot be used
    (A) As room temperature adhesive
    (B) As grease & lubricant
    (C) Hydraulic fluid for heat transfer
    (D) Resin for lamination

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