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Physics Ch. 19

Physics Quiz Chapter 19

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What is one of the great mysteries of our universe? The inequality of matter and anti-matter
What are the two basic kinds of particles? Fermions and Bosons
What is a fermion? The basic building block of all matter that can be easily created (has to be in pairs)
What is a boson? A particle that has to be created alone; it conveys forces.
What makes up protons and neutrons? Quarks
What types of charges do quarks have? Fractional charges
What are other primary particles other than fermions, bosons, and quarks called? Leptons
What is color (in terms of quarks)? The ability to emit and absorb gluons
What are the three allowed types of combinations for quarks? Meson (anti color + normal color), Baryon (Red + Green +Blue), or an Antibaryon (Anti-red + Anti-Green + Anti-Blue)
What are the four main "fields"? Gravity, Weak Nuclear, Electromagnetic, and Strong Nuclear
What is the Planck Length? The smallest possible size of anything (1.6×10^-35 meters)
What is the Quantum Foam? The "stuff" that was always there
What is the strongest of the four fundamental forces? The Strong Nuclear Force
What are particles with the same mass but the opposite charge called? Anti-particles
Which particles are thought to be responsible for rest mass? The Higgs Boson
What are a combinations of two quarks called? Mesons
What are the four basic fermions that make up the matter around you called? Up Quarks, Down Quarks, Electrons, and Electron Neutrinos
Created by: stonely