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Q: What method of arranging elements into related groups was
invented by Dimitri Mendeleyev?
A: The periodic table.
Q: What physicist remarked: "God is subtle, but he is not
A: Albert Einstein.
Q: What M-word defines anything that occupies space?
Q: What do you call a substance containing only one kind of atom?
A: An element.
Q: What teenager began studying physics after he noticed a
chandelier swinging during a 1581 earthquake?
Q: What elementary particle's antiparticle is the positron?
A: The electron.
Q: What element comes last alphabetically?
Q: What radioactive element is extracted from carnotite and
Q: What American physicist pioneered the theory of "black
holes" in 1939?
A: J. Robert Oppenheimer.
Q: What's a charged atom, with unequal numbers of electrons and
A: An Ion.
Q: What theory of physics proposes that energy is not
transferred continuously but in discrete amounts>
A: The quantum theory.
Q: What element was converted to plutonium in the first
Q: What acronyms for "Weakly Interacting Massive Particles " and
"Massive Compact Halo Objects" do physicists use to explain dark
A: Wimps and Machos.
Q: What astronomical term gradually replaced the cumbersome
"gravitationally completely collapsed object"?
A: Black Hole.
Q: What's short for "light amplification by stimulated emission
Q: What's a single unit of quanta called?
A: A quantum.
Q: What did
scientists build in a squash court under a
football stadium at the University of Chicago in
A: A nuclear reactor.
Q: What's the atomic number of
Q: What element begins with the letter "k"?
Q: What F-word is defined in physics as a "nuclear reaction in
which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei"?
Q: What E-word was the first elementary particle to be
A: The electron.