Viscosity of a liquid - Stoke's method
 1) Which property measures the resistance of a liquid to flow ? Density Volume Viscosity Solubility

 2) Which of the following is the correct statement? All of the above Viscous force is a frictional force Both liquids and gases exhibit viscosity Viscous force is the force offered by the adjacent liquid layers

 3) The rain drops falling from the sky neither hit us hard, nor make holes on the ground. Why? Because they move with a constant acceleration Because they move with a variable speed Because they move with a constant velocity Because they move with a variable acceleration

 4) Two balls whose radii are in the ratio 1:2 fall from a height of 50 km. What will be the ratio of their terminal velocities ? 1:4 1:9 4:1 9:1

 5) What is the unit of coefficient of viscosity? Nsm^2 None of these Nsm^-2 N/m^2

 6) Cooking oil appears to move more fluidly upon a frying pan after being heated on a stove. Why? None of these Viscosity becomes zero as the temperature increases Viscosity of oil increases with increase in temperature Viscosity decreases with increase in temperature

 7) Which of the following factors are responsible for the viscous force acting on a spherical body? Terminal velocity of the spherical body All the above Radius of the spherical body Coefficient of viscosity of the liquid

 8) Calculate the viscous force on a ball of radius 1 mm moving through a liquid of viscosity 0.2 Nsm^-2 at a speed of 0.07 m/s? 2.63 N None of these 2.63*10^-4 N 0.263*10^-4 N

 9) What happens to the viscosity of a liquid when pressure increases ? Remains constant Increases Become zero Decreases

 10) Choose the incorrect statement from the following. Coefficient of viscosity does not depend on terminal velocity. Viscous force is directly proportional to terminal velocity. Coefficient of viscosity depends on density of the liquid. Viscous force acts in opposite direction of velocity.

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