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Question 1: The Bose–Einstein condensate is a liquid-like ________ that occurs at low temperatures in which all atoms occupy the same quantum state.
SuperfluidSolidPhase transitionFermionic condensate

Question 2: In ________ and cosmology, dark matter is matter of unknown composition that does not emit or reflect enough electromagnetic radiation to be observed directly, but whose presence can be inferred from gravitational effects on visible matter.
Celestial mechanicsAstrophysicsUniverseAstronomy

Question 3: In the ________ there are two types of elementary fermions: quarks and leptons, which are discussed next.
Standard ModelHiggs bosonParticle physicsPhoton

Question 4: Leptons are a particles of spin-12, meaning that they are ________.
FermionElementary particleQuarkBoson

Question 5: What resulted was an aluminum that was almost invisible to ________.
Electromagnetic spectrumUltravioletVisible spectrumX-ray

Question 6: Quarks also undergo ________, meaning that they are subject to the weak interaction.
Radioactive decayNuclear fusionNuclear fissionGamma ray

Question 7: [3] However, this definition has to be revised[citation needed] in light of ________, where the concept of "having mass", and "occupying space" are not as well-defined as in everyday life.
Quantum mechanicsSchrödinger equationIntroduction to quantum mechanicsWave–particle duality

Question 8: [24] However, while these particles are not considered matter, they do contribute to the total mass of atoms, ________, and all systems which contain them.
Particle physicsElectronSubatomic particleStandard Model

Question 9: ________ discussed matter in his work Matter and Motion.
James Clerk MaxwellCarl Friedrich GaussGalileo GalileiSir George Stokes, 1st Baronet

Question 10: The ________ that mediate the weak force are not made of quarks or leptons, and so are not ordinary matter, even if they have mass.
W and Z bosonsElectronStandard ModelTop quark







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