Physics GK 01 - Introduction to Physics

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1).
Who gave the Theory of Relativity?
2).
Who among the following is credited to work for the unification of electricity, magnetism and optics field of Physics?
3).
The force that binds the neutrons and protons in a nucleus is called as:
4).
By how many times are the Electrostatic forces stronger than the Gravitational Forces for a fixed distance?
5).
Optical Fibre technology works on which of these principles of Physics?
6).
Which of the following is not a valid conservation law of classical Physics?
7).
What is the range of Strong Nuclear force?
8).
Which of the following is/are part of the Classical Physics?
9).
Who among the following is credited for the Corpuscular theory of light?
10).
Electron microscope works on which of the following principles?
11).
An Electric generator is based on which of the following scientific principles?
12).
Who among the following discovered X-rays?
13).
What is the range of masses involved in the study of Physics?
14).
Nuclear Reactors are based on which of the following phenomenon?
15).
What is the change in the angular momentum of a system as per the Law of Conservation of Angular momentum, if the total external torque acting is zero?
16).
The recoiling of gun is an example of which of the following?
17).
Which of the following is correct about the properties of Gravitational Forces?
18).
Who among the following is credited for the discovery of 'Expanding Universe'?
19).
Who among the following gave the Uncertainity principle?
20).
Which of the following scientific discoveries was made by C.V Raman?
21).
Who was the first scientist to discover Electrons?
22).
What is the force of attraction between any two bodies by virtue of their masses is called?
23).
The force between charged particles is called as:
24).
Which of these branches of Physics deal with heat and temperature and their relation to energy and work?
25).
Which of the following branch of Physics deal with study of Atomic Nuclei?
1. Who gave the Theory of Relativity?
[A] Isaac Newton
[B] Archimedes
[C] Albert Einstein
[D] Galileo Galilei
2. Who among the following is credited to work for the unification of electricity, magnetism and optics field of Physics?
[A] James Clerk Maxwell
[B] Michael Faraday
[C] Haris Christian Oersted
[D] Isaac Newton
3. The force that binds the neutrons and protons in a nucleus is called as:
[A] Weak Nuclear Force
[B] Strong Nuclear Force
[C] Electromagnetic Force
[D] Gravitational Force
4. By how many times are the Electrostatic forces stronger than the Gravitational Forces for a fixed distance?
[A] 102
[B] 1036
[C] 1012
[D] 2
5. Optical Fibre technology works on which of these principles of Physics?
[A] Bernoulli’s Principle
[B] Newton’s law of Motion
[C] Total internal reflection of Light
[D] Photoelectric effect
6. Which of the following is not a valid conservation law of classical Physics?
[A] Law of conservation of energy
[B] Law of conservation of current
[C] Law of conservation of angular momentum
[D] Law of conservation of charge
7. What is the range of Strong Nuclear force?
[A] Infinite
[B] Very short Subnuclear size
[C] Very short Nuclear size
[D] None
8. Which of the following is/are part of the Classical Physics?
[A] Optics
[B] Thermodynamics
[C] Both a and b
[D] None
9. Who among the following is credited for the Corpuscular theory of light?
[A] Isaac Newton
[B] Christiaan Hyugens
[C] Albert Einstein
[D] James Clerk Maxwell
10. Electron microscope works on which of the following principles?
[A] Optical interference
[B] Wave Nature of electrons
[C] Motion of charged particle in electromagnetic fields
[D] Faraday’s law of Electromagnetic induction
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