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Why was Heisenberg's theory preferred to Schrödinger's theory? a. Schrödinger's explanation was less visual. c. Both were initially accepted equally. b. Schrödinger's explanation was more visual.]
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What observation confirmed de Broglie’s theory of matter waves? a. the photoelectric effect c. the diffraction of electrons b. the scattering of alpha particles d. the spontaneous emission of photons
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According to de Broglie, as the momentum of a moving particle is tripled, the corresponding wavelength changes by what factor? a. 1/9 c. 3 b. 1/3 d. 9
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What picture of the electron is suggested by the quantum-mechanical model of the hydrogen atom? a. a raisin in pudding c. a planetary orbiting body b. a probability cloud d. a light quantum
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Which of the following statements is never true? A. A right triangle is equilateral. B. A right triangle is isosceles. C. An acute triangle is equilateral. D. An acute triangle is isosceles.
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