inventions mcq questions and answers for competitive exams

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1.
Who invented Gunpowder?

a
G. Ferdinand Von Zeppelin
b
Sir Frank Whittle
c
Roger Bacon
d
Leo H Baekeland

2.
Atomic theory was devised by

a
John Dalton
b
Daimler
c
Mosley
d
None of these

3.
What George Pullman invented?

a
Sleeping (railway) car
b
Airship
c
Box car (railway)
d
Air brakes

4.
Electron was invented by

a
J.J Thomson
b
Ernest Rutherford
c
James Chadwick
d
Werner Heisenberg

5.
Microwave oven was invented by

a
Raytheon
b
Percy Spencer
c
Victor Vacquier
d
George Inman

6.
Who invented Bakelite?

a
Leo Hendrik Baekeland
b
Charles Goodyear
c
Henry Ford
d
Roy Plunkett

7.
Until Victorian times, chocolate was thought of as a drink. When did the first chocolate bar appear?

a
1828
b
1831
c
1825
d
There is no sure date

8.
World Wide Web was publicly introduced for first time by computer scientist and English engineer named

a
Sir Gerald Pearson
b
Sir Tim Berners Lee
c
Sir Daryl Chaplin
d
Sir Calvin Souther Fuller

9.
Aeroplane was invented in the year

a
1945
b
1901
c
1917
d
1903

10.
What piece of clothing was invented by French fashion designer Louis Reard in 1946?

a
Zoot suit
b
Mini-skirt
c
Bikini
d
Tank top

11.
Safety Razor

a
Rudolf Diesel
b
John Logie Baird
c
King C. Gillette
d
Charles Goodyear

12.
Who perfected GENETIC ENGINEERING?

a
Cohen & Boyer
b
Hunt & Davids
c
Sinclair & Roberts
d
Jaysson & Simons

13.
Who is the English physicist responsible for the 'Big Bang Theory'?

a
Albert Einstein
b
Michael Skube
c
George Gamow
d
Roger Penrose

14.
Nuclear power was used for first time to produce electricity in

a
1907
b
1923
c
1967
d
1951

15.
Laser was invented by

a
Dr. Charles H. Townes
b
S. Chandrasekhar
c
Edwin Hubble
d
Edwin Hubble

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