MCQ on Biomass Energy For NEET 2020

Energy from living is biomass energy. It is organic and is produced from material obtained from living entities – animals and plants. Most common forms of biomass materials are wood, plants and wastes which are known as biomass feedstocks.

1. Biomass is used in the production of

(a) fibres

(b) chemicals

(c) transportation fuels

(d) biochemicals

Answer: (c)

2. Production of bioethanol is through fermentation of ________ and starch components

(a) alcohol

(b) sugar

(c) milk

(d) acid

Answer: (b)

3. This is also called a biogas

(a) biobutanol

(b) biodiesel

(c) bioethanol

(d) biomethane

Answer: (d)

4. In biomethane, the percentage of carbon dioxide is

(a) 55-60

(b) 35-45

(c) 30-40

(d) 32-43

Answer: (c)

5. By-products generated during the rectification of bioethanol is utilized as

(a) sheep feed

(b) cow feed

(c) dog feed

(d) pig feed

Answer: (c)

6. Bioethanol is mixed with ________ to prepare transport fuel

(a) oil

(b) petrol

(c) kerosene

(d) diesel

Answer: (b)

7. Bioethanol is denatured alcohol, also referred to as

(a) methylene

(b) ethylene

(c) ethylene glycol

(d) methylated spirit

Answer: (d)

8. This forestry material is used as biomass

(a) fish oil

(b) logging residues

(c) manure

(d) tallow

Answer: (b)

9. The aerobic digestion of sewage is utilized in the production of

(a) metal articles

(b) biofuels

(c) biomass

(d) synthetic fuels

Answer: (b)

10. This is an example of starch crops biomass feedstocks

(a) corn stover

(b) wheat straw

(c) orchard prunings

(d) sugar cane

Answer: (d)

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