1. What is the Ultraviolet Catastrophe?
- The diffraction pattern caused by shining an ultraviolet light at a double slit
- The ionising nature of ultraviolet light that can cause harm to humans
- The graph showing the wavelengths of the blackbody diagrams that showed unexpected bell-shaped curves instead of an infinite negative correlation
- The process of electrons being knocked off and causing an electric current to flow when an ultraviolet light is shined on the surface of a conductive, negatively charged metal
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2. What is a vector?
- A force with a direction and magnitude
- A force with a direction
- A force with a magnitude
- A force that only has a vertical component
3. What pattern does an electron form when aimed at a double slit?
- Two diffraction patterns overlapping
- A diffraction pattern when unobserved, and two slits when observed
- One slit
- No pattern forms
4. What are the four SUVAT equations?
- S=2V, V=U+2S-A, 2T=-U+V^2, S=T(2U+V)
- v^2=U^2+2AS, S=UT+1/2AT^2, v=U+AT, S= 1/2(U+V)T
- 2V=2U+2AS, S=T+(2AT)^2, V=U-AT, S="(UV)+T
5. What is Planck's constant?