Quantum physics

- 1. Quantum physics is a branch of physics that studies the behavior of matter and energy at the smallest scales of atoms and subatomic particles. It involves understanding phenomena such as wave-particle duality, superposition, and entanglement. Quantum physics has led to groundbreaking discoveries and technologies, including quantum computing, teleportation, and cryptography. The principles of quantum physics challenge our classical perceptions of reality, highlighting the mysterious and counterintuitive nature of the quantum world.
What is the smallest particle of light called?
A) Electron B) Photon C) Neutron D) Proton - 2. Which scientist proposed the wave-particle duality principle?
A) Max Planck B) Niels Bohr C) Erwin SchrÃ¶dinger D) Louis de Broglie - 3. What is the term for the process by which a particle can exist in multiple states at once until measured?
A) Tunneling B) Entanglement C) Superposition D) Decoherence - 4. Which equation describes the behavior of a wavefunction in quantum mechanics?
A) Einstein's equation B) SchrÃ¶dinger equation C) Planck's equation D) Newton's equation - 5. What is a quantum computer's fundamental unit of computation?
A) Bit B) Byte C) Qubit D) Nibble - 6. What is the term for the phenomenon where quantum particles can affect each other, regardless of the distance between them?
A) Quantum Entanglement B) Quantum Tunneling C) Wavefunction Collapse D) Quantum Superposition - 7. What is the term for the study of how particles interact at the quantum level?
A) Special Relativity B) Quantum Mechanics C) Astrophysics D) Classical Mechanics - 8. What is the term for the process of an object behaving as both a wave and a particle?
A) Quantum Tunneling B) Quantum Superposition C) Quantum Entanglement D) Wave-Particle Duality |

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