By which of the following ways is lime obtained?
  • a) Naturally
  • b) Quarrying
  • c) Burning limestone
  • d) Crushing limestone
Which of the following pairs is matched properly?
  • a) Class A – Concrete work
  • b) Class B – Mortar
  • c) Class C – Masonry work
  • d) Class D – White washing
Lime has been conventionally classified into how many types?
  • a) 4
  • b) 2
  • c) 5
  • d) 3
Which of the following is a property of Fat Lime?
  • a) Shakes very slowly
  • b) Contains clay
  • c) High degree of plasticity
  • d) Poor binding property
Lime obtained from calcination of Pure Limestone is called:
  • a) Quick Lime
  • b) Pure Lime
  • c) Lean Lime
  • d) Rich Lime
What is the speciality of Hydraulic Lime?
  • a) Contains impurities
  • b) Does not set under water
  • c) Contains clay
  • d) Perfectly white in colour
Which of the following slakes after few minutes?
  • a) Moderately Hydraulic Lime
  • b) Eminently Hydraulic Lime
  • c) Perfectly Hydraulic Lime
  • d) Feebly Hydraulic Lime
Which of the following types of Lime does not exist?
  • a) Dolomitic Lime
  • b) Roman Lime
  • c) Semi-Hydraulic Lime
  • d) Selentic Lime
Which of the following ions causes the cement to set quickly?
  • a) Sulphate
  • b) Carbonate
  • c) Chloride
  • d) Nitrate
Lime is widely used for:
  • a) Waste water treatment
  • b) Manufacturing tiles
  • c) Jewellery making
  • d) As an aggregate
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