Lecturer Physics Test 27 Online Preparation MCQs Past Papers

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Test NameLecturer Physics 
SubjectPhysics Test 27
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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PPSC Lecturer of Physics Test 27

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Which of the following particles is stable?

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Strangeness is conserved in:

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A neutral muon cannot decay into two neutrinos. Of the following conservation laws, which would be violated if it did?

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A baryon with strangeness −1 decays via the strong interaction into two particles, one of which is a baryon with strangeness 0. The other might be:

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A certain process produces mesons that decay with a lifetime of 6 × 10−10 s. The decay is a result of:

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The interaction π− + p → π− + Σ+ violates the principle of conservation of:

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In order of increasing strength the four basic interactions are:

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A particle with spin angular momentum ¯h/2 is called a:

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When a kaon decays via the strong interaction the products must include a:

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An example of a fermion is a:

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The stability of the proton is predicted by the laws of conservation of energy and conservation of:

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A baryon with strangeness 0 decays via the strong interaction into two particles, one of which is a baryon with strangeness +1. The other might be:

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A particle can decay to particles with greater total rest mass:

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A particle with spin angular momentum ¯h is called a:

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All particles with spin angular momentum ¯h/2:

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Two baryons interact to produce pions only, the original baryons disappearing. One of the baryons must have been:

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The two basic interactions that have finite ranges are:

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An example of a boson is a:

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Two particles interact to produce only photons, with the original particles disappearing. The particles must have been:

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The interaction π− + p → K− + Σ+ violates the principle of conservation of:

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A positron cannot decay into three neutrinos. Of the following conservation laws, which would be violated if it did?

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An electron participates in:

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A certain process produces baryons that decay with a lifetime of 4 × 10−24 s. The decay is a result of:

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All leptons interact with each other via the:

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Different types of neutrinos can be distinguished from each other by:

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