(Q.1) A supposition that is put forward as a probable solution to a natural phenomenon is called a
(Q.2) A thought experiment in physics is one
(a) which is theoretically possible but experimentally not feasible.
(b) which is neither theoretically nor experimentally feasible.
(c) which is performed by non-physicist.
(d) none of the above.
(Q.3) "Nature is pleased with simplicity and effects not the pump of superfluous causes". It has been said by the great scientist
(Q.4) The book titled 'principia' was written by
(Q.5) "It is more important to have beauty in the equations of physics than to have them agree with experiments". The scientist who made this statement is
(Q.6) "The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible." This statement was made by the scientist
(Q.7) The country which awards the prestigeous Nobel prize is
(Q.8) An Indian scientist who won Nobel prize for physics is
(a) Sir J.C. Bose
(b) H.J. Bhaba
(c) M.N. Saha
(d) Sir C.V. Raman
(Q.9) The man who has won Nobel Prize twice in physics is
(Q.10) Madam Marie Curie won Nobel Prize twice which were in the field of
(a) Physics and Chemistry
(b) Chemistry only
(c) Physics only
(d) Biology only
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