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Physics Quiz Game (Free)

Physics Quiz Game (Free)

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Maybe you think you're a physicist just like Keanu Reeves in the movie Chain Reaction. Whether you are more of a mechanical engineer who cares about simple machines trivia or a nuclear physicist who can name the six flavors of quarks in our quarks quiz, there will be a physics quiz for you! Perhaps you're a student in physics who needs practice with S.I. Units game, crazy formulas, or learning the parts of the electromagnetic spectrum quiz. Or perhaps you can identify famous physicists by appearance or remember their first names based on units? No matter the trivia, this will help you.

This Physics Quiz game is a great resource for learning about the science of physics. The multiple-choice trivia format is a learning tool for high school students, educators, and anyone interested in learning more about physics.

The topics covered are as follows

Introduction to Physics,
Matter,
Motion,
Force,
Dynamics,
Gravitation,
Relativity,
Wave and Light,
Heat and Temperature,
Basics of Quantum Mechanics,
Chemical Kinetics,
Solutions,
Osmosis,
Electricity and Magnetism,
Radioactivity,
Thermodynamics,
Few Basic Laws,
Static and Current Electricity,
Introduction to Electronics,
Sound,
Properties of Sound Wave,
Doppler Effect,
Shock Waves and Sonic Boom,
Angular Motion,
Torque,
Physical Constants,
Units,
Dimensional Analysis

Recently changed in this version

New questions of 100 + added


Comments and ratings for Physics Quiz Game (Free)
  • (61 stars)

    by Bijay Subedi on 29/01/2014

    nice

  • (61 stars)

    by Abhishek Chauhan on 15/01/2014

    Good description of app on google play

  • (61 stars)

    by Mary Jibi on 12/09/2013

    Helpful for learning.... good questions...

  • (61 stars)

    by KADAM NIKHIL on 17/07/2013

    Nice one for increase The knowledge!

  • (61 stars)

    by Derrick Turner on 31/05/2013

    Like cobalt is not used in electromagnet. Neutrons are emitted as part of natural radioactive decay. A carburator mixes the fuel and air. ...