QUIZ 61: SCIENCE TERMINOLOGY-1

Welcome to your QUIZ 61: SCIENCE TERMINOLOGY-1

1. 
Which scientific term was coined by English philosopher and hostorian of science William Whewell in 1833, and it was first published in Whewell's anynymous 1834 review of Mary Somerville's On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences published in the Quarterly Review?

2. 
Who proposed the term electron in 1891 to describe the fundamental unit of electrical charge , and his contributions to research in this area laid the foundations for the eventual discovery of the particle by J J Thomson in 1897?a

3. 
Initially called Fire Air who coined the term ' Oxygen"?

4. 
Whoch term defines 1,650,763.73 wavelengths in vacuum of the orange-red light radiation of the krypton-86 atom?

5. 
Which Nobel Laureate physicist coined the term quark, a fundamental constituent of matter, while going through James Joyce's book Finnegans Wake?

6. 
Which term was coined because of the discrete nature of energy levels in microscopic systems in which distances are measured in nanometres, i.e. 10 -9 m? ( Ten to the power of minus 9 m)

7. 
Which French naturalist was the first to use the word biology in 1802?

8. 
Which English physician and scientist coined the term electricity, electric force, magnetic pole, and electric attraction?

9. 
Which American Italian physicist and physician the terms Galavnism and Galvanometer are named?

10. 
Which term related to our atmosphere that stretches from 50 to 1,000 km and overlaps both introduced by the Scottish physicist Robert Watson- Watt in 1926?

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