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Bausch & Lomb: Quiz


Question 1: During the ________, the blockade caused the price of gold and European horn to rise dramatically.
United StatesTennesseeBleeding KansasAmerican Civil War

Question 2: Bausch & Lomb is an American company based in Rochester, New York, is one of the world's leading suppliers of ________ health products, such as contact lenses and lens care products today.
EyeBrainSensory systemNervous system

Question 3: The company also produced the lenses for cameras which captured the first satellite images of the ________.
Io (moon)MoonMercury (planet)Ganymede (moon)

Question 4: The "SofLens66 Toric" were specially designed for people with ________.
Astigmatism (eye)OpticsOptical aberrationAstigmatism

Question 5: After the ________, the photography and eyeglass sectors were strengthened and production in these sectors, at least in part, was completely restructured.
Soviet occupationsWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 6: In contrast to the contact lenses available up to that time, made of glass and Lucite (________) [1], the new lenses were softer and considerably more pleasant to wear.
Poly(methyl methacrylate)PlasticPolycarbonatePolystyrene

Question 7: For the first time, the new lens made the "________" effect possible, enabling cinemas to double screen width and popularize the cinema once again.
Anamorphic widescreenPanavisionWidescreenAspect ratio (image)

Question 8: Jacob Bausch was a trained optician and in Henry Lomb, he found the financier and partner he needed for a small but ambitious workshop producing ________.
GlassesSunglassesRay-Ban AviatorMonocle

Question 9: Initially in 1861, the company manufactured Vulcanite ________ eyeglass frames and other precision vision products.
EnglandPolymerNatural rubberLatex

Question 10: In this manner, at the end of the 19th century, the product range included eyeglasses, microscopes and ________, as well as projectors, camera lenses and camera diaphragms.
Optical telescopeAnti-reflective coatingSchmidt-Pechan prismBinoculars


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