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Mass–energy equivalence: Quiz


Question 1: In cases where ________ particles are created or destroyed, the precursors and products retain both the original mass and energy, which is unchanged.

Question 2: Kinetic energy or light can also be converted to new kinds of particles which have rest ________, but again the energy remains.
MassForceGeneral relativityClassical mechanics

Question 3: In the framework of Lorentz ether theory Poincaré performed a ________ to the frame of the moving source.
Special relativityMaxwell's equationsLorentz transformationLuminiferous aether

Question 4: The difference between the rest mass of a bound system and of the unbound parts is exactly proportional to the ________ of the system.
Nuclear fusionAtomHydrogenBinding energy

Question 5: In ________, the speed of light is defined to equal 1, and the formula expresses an identity: E = m.
Stoney scale unitsMeasurementPlanck unitsNatural units

Question 6: It was quickly noted after the discovery of ________ in 1897, that the total energy due to radioactive processes is about one million times greater than that involved in any known molecular change.
Nuclear fissionRadioactive decayNuclear fusionGamma ray

Question 7: Even a single ________ traveling in empty space has a relativistic mass, which is its energy divided by c².
PhotonElectronAtomStandard Model

Question 8: This effect is accounted for in ultra-precise laser ranging to the Moon as the Earth orbits the Sun when testing Einstein’s ________.
GravitationIntroduction to general relativityGeneral relativityBlack hole

Question 9: ________ (1874) and Adolfo Bartoli (1876) found out that the existence of tensions in the ether like the radiation pressure follows from the electromagnetic theory.
Sir George Stokes, 1st BaronetCarl Friedrich GaussGalileo GalileiJames Clerk Maxwell

Question 10: In 1900 Henri Poincaré studied this conflict and tried to determine whether the ________ still moves with a uniform velocity when electromagnetic fields are included.
Car handlingCenter of massVehicle dynamicsTire


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