Lecturer Physics Test 28 Online Preparation MCQs Past Papers

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Test NameLecturer Physics 
SubjectPhysics Test 28
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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PPSC Lecturer of Physics Test 28

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The baryon number of a quark is:

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Consider the following energies:
1. minimum energy needed to excite a hydrogen atom
2. energy needed to ionize a hydrogen atom
3. energy released in 235U fission
4. energy needed to remove a neutron from a 12C nucleus
Rank them in order of increasing value.

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Objects in the universe are receding from us with a speed that is proportional to:

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Quarks are the constituents of:

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Any meson is a combination of:

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Dark matter is suspected to exist in the universe because:

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Color is carried by:

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Messenger particles of the weak interaction are called:

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The intensity of the microwave background radiation, a remnant of the big bang:

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The up quark u has charge +2e/3 and strangeness 0; the down quark d has charge −e/3 and strangeness 0; the strange quark s has charge −e/3 and strangeness −1. This means there can be no baryon with:

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Hubble’s law is evidence that:

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If dark matter did not exist it is likely that:

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The quark content of a proton is:

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A down quark can be changed into an up quark (plus other particles perhaps) by:

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The color theory explains why quarks:

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The up quark u has charge +2e/3 and strangeness 0; the down quark d has charge −e/3 and strangeness 0; the strange quark s has charge −e/3 and strangeness −1. This means there can be no meson with:

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All known quarks have:

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If the nucleus of a lead atom were broken into two identical nuclei, the total mass of the resultant nuclei would be:

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As a result of the big bang there is, in addition to the microwave background radiation, a uniform distribution of background:

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The energy supplied by a thermal neutron in a fission event is essentially its:

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The binding energy per nucleon:

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Messenger particles of the electromagnetic interaction are called:

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Messenger particles of the strong interaction are called:

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When uranium undergoes fission as a result of neutron bombardment, the energy released is due to:

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Any baryon is a combination of:

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