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The Physics questions below are in the following grade levels:
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 11 :: Waves and Sound by kieke
Pulse with Media of Different Densities
In which end of the rope is the wave speed is always greatest?
  1. in the less dense end
  2. in the more dense end
  3. Wave speed is the same throughout.
Grade 6 :: Energy and Momentum by Chuck_Weller
Energy is:
  1. Only found in batteries.
  2. Never used for fun.
  3. The ability to move or change matter.
  4. None of the above.
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
What is one difference between photoelectronic spectroscopy and measurements of first ionization energy?
  1. Photoelectronic spectroscopy only measures the first ionization energy using electrons removed from the outermost shell
  2. There is no distinction between them
  3. Photoelectronic spectroscopy can be measured using an electron removed from any energy level
  4. The kinetic energy of all electrons are measured in photoelectronic spectroscopy
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following can be inferred from the results of photoelectronic spectroscopy?
  1. It allows the structure of protons to be observed
  2. It allows the electronic structure of atoms to be determined
  3. It allows the structure of neutrons to be observed
  4. None of the above
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following represents stability in bonds on a plot of potential energy vs. distance?
  1. The highest amount of energy
  2. The greatest amount of repulsion
  3. The lowest amount of energy
  4. Both (b) and (c)
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Assuming that two species have the same electron arrangement, which of the following will lead to a higher ionization energy for an electron?
  1. A higher nuclear charge
  2. A lower nuclear charge
  3. A lower nuclear charge and greater electron-electron repulsion
  4. None of the above
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following is true about ionic compounds, according to Coulomb's Law?
  1. Ionic compounds formed by ions with smaller charges form stronger bonds
  2. Ionic compounds formed with longer bond lengths have stronger bonds
  3. Ionic compounds formed by ions with larger charges and longer bond lengths leads to stronger bonds
  4. Ionic compounds formed by ions with larger charges form stronger bonds
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following correctly represents the relationship between distance and first ionization energy?
  1. As distance increases, so too does the ionization energy
  2. As distance increases, the ionization energy decreases
  3. As distance decreases, the ionization energy remains the same
  4. As distance increases, the ionization energy remains the same
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following represents how the charges affect the forces?
  1. Charges of the same sign lead to attractive forces
  2. Charges with opposite signs lead to repulsive forces
  3. Charges with the same sign lead to repulsive forces
  4. Both (a) and (b)
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following represents the relationship between the charges and the force between the charged particles?
  1. They are inversely proportional to one another
  2. They are directly proportional to one another
  3. One of the charges is directly proportional to the force
  4. None of the above
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following represents the value of k in Coulomb's Law?
  1. [math]k=1/4epsi_0[/math]
  2. [math]k=1/2epsi_0[/math]
  3. [math]k=1/4πepsi_0[/math]
  4. [math]k=1/2πepsi_0[/math]
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following equations correctly represents the kinetic energy of the emitted photoelectron?
  1. [math]E_k=hv[/math]
  2. [math]E_k=E_I[/math]
  3. [math]E_k=hv+E_I[/math]
  4. [math]E_k=hv-E_I[/math]
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which equation correctly describes the electric force between two charged objects?
  1. [math]F=k_e{q_1 q_2}/{r^2}[/math]
  2. [math]F=k_e{q_1 q_2}/{r}[/math]
  3. [math]F=k_eq_1 q_2r^2[/math]
  4. None of the above
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
What can be determined using photoelectronic spectroscopy?
  1. Activation energy
  2. Energy needed to retain the photon on the surface
  3. Energy needed to eject electrons from the material
  4. None of the above
College :: Quantum Physics and the Atom by teachchemistry
Which of the following is a correct conclusion of the photoelectric effect?
  1. Light at a 90º angle ejects electrons out of a material
  2. Light at a 45º angle ejects electrons out of a material
  3. Incident light ejects electrons from a material
  4. None of the above
Grade 5 :: Forces and Motion by tawauna
No force is necessary to
  1. start an object moving.
  2. stop an object from moving.
  3. cause a change in the motion of an object
  4. keep an object doing what it is already doing.
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