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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Science Chapter 1 - In Hindi

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9


Class 9 Science in Hindi

Chapter Name:

Chapter 1 - Matter in Our Surroundings

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English and Hindi

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  • Important Questions

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Topics Covered in Chapter 1

The following are the main topics that are discussed in chapter 1, “Matter in Our Surroundings.”

  • Introduction to matter

  • Introduction to the state of matter

  • Properties of matter

  • Effects of change in temperature

  • Effects of change in pressure

  • Evaporation

  • Factors affecting evaporation

Key Points at a Glance

The following are some of the important points that are discussed in chapter 1 of the class 9 syllabus of science.

  • Microscopic particles are what makeup matters.

  • Upon the principle of interparticle interactions and particle structure, matter can be characterised as solid, liquid, or gas.

  • Solids have the strongest attraction forces, liquids have intermediate forces, and gases have the weakest.

  • Solids have the smallest spaces between component particles, liquids have moderate distances, and gases have the largest areas and kinetic energy.

  • The arrangement of particles in solids is the most orderly.

  • Layers of particles can slide over each other in liquids.

  • There is no order in gases; particles flow around at random.

  • A change of temperature or pressure can alter the state of matter.

  • Sublimation is the transition from a solid to a gaseous form without passing through a liquid form.

  • The deposition is the transition from a gaseous to a solid state without passing through a liquid state.

  • Evaporation is a surface process in which surface particles obtain enough energy to overcome the liquid's attraction interactions and transition to the vapour state.

  • The amount of heat energy required to transform 1 kg of a liquid into a gas at atmospheric pressure at its boiling point is known as latent heat of vaporization.

  • The amount of heat energy required to change 1 kg of a solid into a liquid at its melting point is known as latent heat of fusion.

Access NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Science Chapter 1 – हमारे आस पास के पदार्थ


1. निम्नलिखित तापमान को सेल्सियस इकाई में परिवर्तित करें। 

(क) 300 K

उत्तरः तापमान °C इकाई में 

300 - 273 = 27 °C

(ख) 573 K

उत्तरः तापमान °C इकाई में

573 - 273 = 300 °C

2. निम्नलिखित तापमान को केल्विन इकाई में परिवर्तित करें 

(क) 25 °C

उत्तरः तापमान K इकाई में 

25 + 273 = 298 K

(ख) 373 °C  

उत्तरः तापमान K इकाई में

373 + 273 = 646 K

3. निम्नलिखित अवलोकन हेतु कारण लिखिए: 

(क) नेफ़थलीन को रखा रहने देने पर यह समय के साथ कुछ भी ठोस पदार्थ छोड़े बिना अदृश्य हो जाती है।

उत्तरः नेफ़थलीन वाष्पशील ठोस  पदार्थ होने के कारण वाष्पीकृत होकर ठोस अवस्था से सीधा ही गैस में बदल जाती है, जिस कारण वह कुछ समय के बाद कुछ भी ठोस पदार्थ छोड़े बिना अदृश्य हो जाती है। इस प्रक्रिया को ऊर्ध्वपातन कहते है|

(ख) हमें इत्र की गंध  बहुत दूर बैठे हुए भी पहुँच जाती है।

उत्तरः इत्र भी एक वाष्पशील द्रव होता है यह तुरंत वाष्प में बदलकर वायु  में विसरित  हो जाता है, जिस कारण दूर बैठे हुए भी हमें उसकी सुगंध आ जाती है।यह घटना विसरण के परिणामस्वरूप होती है| 

4. निम्नलिखित पदार्थों को उनके कणों के बीच बढ़ते हुए आकर्षण के अनुसार व्यवस्थित करें: 

जल , चीनी , ऑक्सीजन

उत्तरः कणों के बीच बढ़ते आकर्षण का क्रम -


2. जल

3. चीनी

5. निम्नलिखित तापमान पर जल की भौतिक अवस्था क्या है|

(क) 25 °C 

उत्तरः जल 25 °C पर द्रव अवस्था में पाया जाता है|

(ख) 0 °C 

 उत्तरः जल 0 °C पर  ठोस अवस्था में पाया जाता है|

(ग) 100 °C ? 

उत्तरः जल 100 °C पर गैसीय अवस्था में पाया जाता है । 

6. पुष्टि हेतु कारण दे :

(क) जल कमरे के ताप पर द्रव है।

उत्तरः जल कमरे के ताप पर द्रव होता है क्योंकि सामान्यत: कमरे का औसत तापमान  37  °C होता है। और हम जानते है कि जल 0 °C पर ठोस होता है एवं 100 °C पर वाष्पित हो जाता है। जबकि कमरे का सामान्य तापमान 20 से 25 °C होता है| कमरे का यह तापमान 0 °C से ज्यादा होने के कारण और 100 °C से कम होने के कारण  जल कमरे के ताप पर द्रव है|

(ख) लोहे की अलमारी कमरे के ताप पर ठोस 

उत्तरः लोहा बहुत अधिक कठोर होता है|जिस कारण इसका गलनांक बहुत अधिक होता है| गलनांक अधिक होने के कारण उसके पिघलने और पिघलकर द्रव बनने के लिए बहुत अधिक तापमान की आवश्यकता होती है। जबकि कमरे का ताप बहुत अधिक नहीं होता है |कमरे का तापमान लगभग 25 °C या इसके आस पास ही रहता है इसलिए  लोहे की अलमारी कमरे के ताप पर ठोस है|

7. 273 K पर बर्फ को ठंडा करने पर तथा जल को इसी तापमान पर ठंडा करने पर शीतलता का प्रभाव अधिक क्यों होता है?

उत्तरः 273 K पर जब बर्फ को ठंडा किया जाता है तब वह वायु में उपस्थित ऊष्मा को अवशोषित कर लेती है|ऊष्मा को अवशोषित कर लेने के कारण हमें  शीतलता का अनुभव होता है। जबकि उसी ताप पर जल को ठंडा करने पर वह वायु में उपस्थित  ऊष्मा को अवशोषित नहीं कर पाती  जिस कारण हमें शीतलता का अनुभव नहीं होता है । 

8. उबलते हुए जल अथवा भाप में से जलने की तीव्रता किसमें अधिक महसूस होती है।

उत्तरः उबलते हुए जल की अपेक्षा भाप में  जलने की तीव्रता अधिक महसूस होती है क्योंकि भाप में उपस्थित  कणों में जल में उपस्थित  कणों की तुलना में अधिक ऊर्जा पाई जाती है|पाई जाने वाली  यह अतिरिक्त ऊर्जा गुप्त ऊष्मा के रूप में होती है जिस कारण वे ज्यादा ऊष्मा उत्पन्न करते हैं|परिणामस्वरूप भाप से त्वचा पर ज्यादा जलन महसूस होती है| 

9. निम्नलिखित चित्र के लिए A, B, C, D, E, तथा F की अवस्था परिवर्तन को नामांकित करें:

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A. संगलन

B. वाष्पीकरण

C. संघनन

D. जमाना

E. ऊर्ध्वपातन 

F.  निक्षेपण

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FAQs on NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Science Chapter 1 - In Hindi

1. A diver can cut through water in a swimming pool. Which property of matter does this observation show?

A diver can easily dive into the water of a swimming pool because the arrangement of molecules in a liquid (water in this case) is not compact, which increases the intermolecular space. Liquids like water also show a weaker force of attraction between the molecules which is also a cause of increased intermolecular space in liquids. Due to the high intermolecular space in the water, a diver can cut through the water. 

2. Liquids generally have a lower density as compared to solids. But you must have observed that ice floats on water. Why?

If an object has a lower density than the density of a liquid, the object will float on the liquid. Solids have a higher density than liquids and that is precisely why solids float on water. But, ice is also solid, so it should float on water. But this is not the case because there are larger intermolecular spaces in ice as compared to water and that is why the density of ice is lower than the density of water. For more solutions from this chapter, visit the page NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Science Chapter 1 on the Vedantu website or download the Vedantu app to access these resources at free of cost.

3. What are the factors affecting evaporation?

Evaporation is a phenomenon in which a liquid changes into vapour at a temperature below its boiling point. Some factors affecting the evaporation are - 

  • An increase in surface area will lead to an increase in the rate of evaporation

  • An increase in temperature increases the kinetic energy in liquid particles increasing evaporation. 

  • Decrease in humidity: If moisture in the air is high, the rate of evaporation slows down. 

  • An increase in wind speed helps in decreasing the amount of moisture in the air.

4. How does evaporation cause cooling?

Evaporation causes cooling because when evaporation occurs the particles that are losing energy during the process tries to gain back energy from the particles around it. This absorption of energy from the near surroundings causes a cooling effect on the surrounding from where the energy is being absorbed. One example is the use of acetone on your palm. When you are applying the acetone, the particles of the liquid absorb energy from its surroundings and evaporate giving a cooling sensation. For more Solutions from this chapter, visit the page NCERT Solutions Class 9 Chapter 1.

5. Why should you wear cotton clothes during summer?

We should wear cotton clothes during summers because cotton is a very good material at absorbing water and exposing the water to the atmosphere where the particles in the liquid evaporate easily and these particles try to regain energy from the near surroundings causing a cooling effect on our bodies. So, the perspiration keeps us cool during summers and the cotton material facilitates the evaporation process even more.