Charge ontology/Quiz

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The locus of the abrupt change in conductance that clearly moves away from the 1D parabola is the chargon. Credit: Y. Jompol, C. J. B. Ford, J. P. Griffiths, I. Farrer, G. A. C. Jones, D. Anderson, D. A. Ritchie, T. W. Silk and A. J. Schofield.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

Yes or No, The branch of metaphysics that addresses the nature or essential characteristics of being and of things that exist is called ontology.

Yes
No

2

Yes or No, As a characteristic, the magnetic field and the electric field are at 90° to each other.

Yes
No

3

Yes or No, An apparent three dimensional space results from magnetic fields and electric fields at 90° to each other.

Yes
No

4

True or False, The spin carried by quarks is not sufficient to account for the total spin of muons.

TRUE
FALSE

5

Yes or No, The appearance of motion occurs as interferences attract or repel.

Yes
No

6

True or False, Like all elementary particles, the muon has a corresponding antiparticle of opposite spin but equal mass and charge (+1).

TRUE
FALSE

7

Yes or No, To make a photon from an electron, the spinon reorients the chargon to alternate the magnetic field and the electric field at 90° to each other.

Yes
No

8

Yes or No, To make a photon from an electron, the chargon reorients the spinon to alternate the magnetic field and the electric field at 90° to each other.

Yes
No

9

Yes or No, To make a photon from a positron, the spinon reorients the chargon to alternate the magnetic field and the electric field at 90° to each other.

Yes
No

10

Yes or No, To make a photon from a positron, the chargon reorients the spinon to alternate the magnetic field and the electric field at 90° to each other.

Yes
No

11

True or False, An antimuon is a muon spinning backward in time.

TRUE
FALSE

12

Complete the text:

Match up the interaction or force with the likely physical phenomenon
gravitation - A
electromagnetism - B
strong interaction - C
weak interaction - D
1

,
ε0

,
G -

,
W boson

.


Hypotheses[edit]

  1. Both a chargon and a spinon exist and can be produced from an electron.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

{{Charge ontology}}