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Karnataka 1st PUC Physics Question Bank Chapter 1 Physical World
1st PUC Physics Physical World One Mark Questions and Answers
What is physics?
physics is the branch of science that deals with the study of basic laws of nature and their manifestation in different phenomena.
What is the Scientific method?
The method used to understand any natural process by a combination of logical reasoning & controlled experimentation is called the scientific method.
Who discovered electron?
Name the Indian physicist who got Nobel prize in physics.
What is the original name of the word ‘Physics’?
‘Fusis’ is the original name of the word Physics.
Who invented television?
John Biard Logi.
Name the discovery made by Sir C.V.Raman.
Scattering of light by molecules.
Name two Indian born physicists who have been awarded Nobel Prize in physics.
C.V.Raman and S.Chandra Shekhar.
Name any one fundamental force in nature.
What is a conserved physical quantity?
Physical quantity that remains unchanged in a process is called conserved quantity.
Mention one of the major contributions of S. Chandrashekhar in the field of Physics
Chandrashekhar’s limit (1.44 solar mass).
Who discovered neutron?
1st PUC Physics Physical World Two Mark Questions and Answers
Name four fundamental forces of nature out of the four, which one is
(a) strongest and
The forces are:
- Gravitational force
- Electromagnetic force
- Strong nuclear force strongest
- Weak nuclear force
(a) The nuclear force is the strongest.
(b) Gravitational force is weakest.
Why do we need quantum theory?
Quantum theory is needed because many phenomena at the microscopic level can not be explained using classical theory, eg: Photoelectric effect, interaction among elementary particles.
Name the important conservation laws.
Some of the general conservation laws in nature are conservation of mass, conservation of energy, conservation of momentum, conservation of charge, etc.