PPSC Lecturer of Physics Online Test 29 Past Papers

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Physics 
SubjectPhysics Test 29
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

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PPSC Lecturer of Physics Test 29

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To produce energy by fusion of two nuclei, the nuclei must:

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The barrier to fusion comes about because protons:

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Most of the energy produced by the Sun is due to:

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The binding energy per nucleon:

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Which one of the following is NOT needed in a nuclear fission reactor?

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The purpose of a moderator in a nuclear reactor is to:

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Consider all possible fission events. Which of the following statements is true?

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A nuclear reactor is operating at a certain power level, with its multiplication factor adjusted to unity. The control rods are now used to reduce the power output to one-half its former value. After the reduction in power the multiplication factor is maintained at:

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In a subcritical nuclear reactor:

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For purposes of a practical (energy producing) reaction one wants a disintegration energy Q that is:

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Nuclear fusion in the Sun is increasing its supply of:

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In the normal operation of a nuclear reactor:

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In a nuclear reactor the fissionable fuel is formed into pellets rather than finely ground and the pellets are mixed with the moderator. This reduces the probability of:

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The barrier to fission comes about because the fragments:

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For a controlled nuclear fusion reaction, one needs:

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Nuclear fusion in stars produces all the chemical elements with mass numbers less than:

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High temperatures are required in thermonuclear fusion so that:

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In a neutron-induced fission process, delayed neutrons come from:

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The energy released in a complete proton-proton cycle is about:

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Separation of the isotopes of uranium requires a physical, rather than chemical, method because:

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In a nuclear power plant, the power discharged to the environment:

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Fission fragments usually decay by emitting:

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Which of the following chemical elements is not produced by thermonuclear fusion in stars?

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The function of the control rods in a nuclear reactor is to:

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In the uranium disintegration series:

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