A Level Courses

IGCSE A Level Physics Certification Exam Tests

IGCSE A Level Physics Practice Test 118

Books:

Apps:

The Surface Tension Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with Answers PDF (Surface Tension MCQs PDF e-Book) download Ch. 19-118 to solve IGCSE A Level Physics Practice Tests. Study Mechanics and Properties of Matter quiz answers PDF, Surface Tension Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ Quiz) to study online tutor courses. The Surface Tension MCQs App Download: Free educational app for surface tension, photon energies, understanding units, gravitational force, stationary waves test prep for SAT practice test.

The MCQ Quiz: Boyle's law states that; "Surface Tension" App (Android & iOS) with answers: Pressure of a gas is directly proportional to its volume i.e. P⁄V = constant; Pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to its volume i.e. P × V = constant; Pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to the square of its volume i.e. P × V² = constant; Pressure of a gas is directly proportional to the square of its volume i.e. P ⁄ V² = constant; to study online tutor courses. Practice Mechanics and Properties of Matter Questions and Answers, Google eBook to download free sample for ACT practice test.

## Surface Tension MCQ with Answers : Quiz 118

MCQ 586:

Boyle's law states that

1. pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to its volume i.e. P × V = constant
2. pressure of a gas is directly proportional to its volume i.e. P⁄V = constant
3. pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to the square of its volume i.e. P × V² = constant
4. pressure of a gas is directly proportional to the square of its volume i.e. P ⁄ V² = constant
MCQ 587:

Wavelength of ultraviolet region of electromagnetic spectrum is

1. 121 nm
2. 120 nm
3. 119 nm
4. 130 nm
MCQ 588:

500 MW can be written in powers of 10 as

1. 500 × 106
2. 500 × 10³
3. 500 × 10-6
4. 500 × 109
MCQ 589:

Point where entire weight of an object acts is

1. edge
2. center of gravity
3. central point
4. can be anywhere in body
MCQ 590:

A node having twice the frequency of the fundamental is called

1. half harmonic
2. harmonic
3. double harmonic
4. triple harmonic