Molecular Engineering MCQs

Molecular Engineering MCQs

Answer these Molecular Engineering Skill Assessment MCQs and see how sharp is your knowledge of Molecular Engineering Skill Assessment.
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1: What do wetting agents do?

A.   Increase boiling point

B.   Increase surface area

C.   Lower surface tension

D.   Decrease adhesion

2: What are Emulsifiers?

A.   Substances that stabilize emulsions between usually immiscible liquids

B.   Polar liquids

C.   Additives to increase the viscosity of liquids

D.   A type of surfactant

3: What is the purpose of Lubricants Surfactants?

A.   Reducing pH levels

B.   Reducing temperature

C.   Increasing friction between two surfaces

D.   Reducing friction between two surfaces

4: What are Surfactants used for?

A.   To bind ions at charged head, facilitate solubility of oils in water, or prevent fouling

B.   To clean walls

C.   To remove paint

D.   To seal cracks

5: What is the name of the polymers that form liposomes and micelles?

A.   Polymerclay

B.   Polymerexplosive

C.   Polymersomes

D.   Polymershapes

6: What is Molecular Engineering?

A.   The study of chemical reactions in living organisms

B.   The manipulation of atoms and molecules to design new materials and improve existing ones

C.   The process of creating molecular structures for computer programming

D.   The study of molecular genetics

7: Which of the following is a key objective of molecular engineering?

A.   Understanding the behavior of subatomic particles

B.   Designing new drugs for medical treatments

C.   Exploring the origins of the universe

D.   Creating advanced materials with tailored properties

8: What is the primary tool used in molecular engineering to visualize and manipulate molecules at the atomic level?

A.   Electron microscope

B.   X-ray diffraction

C.   NMR spectroscopy

D.   Scanning tunneling microscope (STM)

9: How does molecular engineering contribute to nanotechnology?

A.   By designing and building nanoscale materials and devices

B.   By studying the behavior of galaxies and stars

C.   By analyzing the structure of subatomic particles

D.   By creating new elements through nuclear reactions

10: Which area of molecular engineering focuses on the design and synthesis of new drugs and pharmaceutical compounds?

A.   Biomolecular engineering

B.   Chemical engineering

C.   Pharmaceutical engineering

D.   Genetic engineering

11: In molecular engineering, what is a ligand?

A.   A type of polymer material

B.   A molecule that binds to a receptor or metal ion

C.   A byproduct of chemical reactions

D.   A substance that conducts electricity

12: What is the role of molecular engineering in materials science?

A.   To study the behavior of celestial bodies in space

B.   To design and produce synthetic gemstones

C.   To create new materials with specific properties

D.   To analyze the composition of soil samples

13: Which molecular engineering technique involves modifying the genetic material of organisms to produce desirable traits?

A.   Nanopatterning

B.   Gene editing

C.   Protein folding

D.   Crystallization

14: Which type of molecular engineering is involved in the development of renewable energy sources, such as solar cells?

A.   Nanotechnology

B.   Biotechnology

C.   Green chemistry

D.   Energy materials engineering

15: How does molecular engineering contribute to the advancement of electronics and computing?

A.   By studying the behavior of subatomic particles

B.   By creating new elements through nuclear reactions

C.   By designing and manufacturing semiconductors and electronic devices

D.   By exploring the origins of the universe