- Which Swedish scientist had a temperature scale named after him?
- How many colors are there in the spectrum when white light is
- What is the term used to denote the tendency of an object to remain
in a state of rest until acted upon by an external force?
- The discovery of which law provoked the surprised cry 'Eureka!'?
- What is measured by the SI unit called a 'henry'?
- What is the force that opposes the relative motion of two bodies that
are in contact?
- What is the study and use of frequencies above 20 khz?
- What is an unchanging position in which forces cancel each other out?
- Which physicist's law states that equal volumes of all gases,
measured at the same temperature and pressure, contain the same number
- What is the ability of fluids to offer resistance to flow?
- What was invented by Dennis Gabor in 1947, winning him a Nobel prize
- What is described as an ionized gas with approximately equal numbers
of positive and negative charges?
- What name is given to the very serious chain of events which can
follow the failure of the cooling system in a nuclear reactor?
- Which electronic device magnifies the strength of a signal?
- What was the name of the unit of heat now replaced by the joule?
- What does c represent in the equation e = mc*2?
- What is commonly used in a rectifier to convert alternating current
to direct current?
- What is a cylindrical coil of wire in which a magnetic field is
created when an electric current is passed though it?
- What describes a substance that exists in more than one form,
differing in physical rather than chemical properties?
- Whose 'unified field theory' tried to explain the four fundamental
forces in terms of a single, unified force?
- In Britain, how many lines makeup the picture on a TV screen?
- What diverges rays of light, if it is concave?
- What can be expressed as the number of cycles of a vibration
occurring per unit of time?
- What is the product of the mass of a body and its linear velocity?
- Which quantity has direction as well as magnitude?
- What is the SI unit of magnetic flux density, named after a Croatian
- What does the abbreviation STP stand for?
- What is studied in the science of cryogenics?
- What does the acronym maser stand for?
- Anders Celsius.
- Archimedes Principle.
- Amadeo Avogadro.
- Holography / Holograms.
- Speed of light.
- Vector quantity.
- Standard Temperature and Pressure.
- Very low temperature.
- Microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation.