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- What is the SI unit of frequency?
- Which noble gas, that occurs naturally, is radioactive?
- Typically consisting of a stalk and an anther, what is the name given to the pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower
- Which chemical element, with the atomic number 23, was discovered in 1801 and used in the chassis of Ford's Model T?
- Whose law is ometimes also known as the law of refraction?
- Who was the first ever British Prime Minister with a science degree?
- Which 'father of science' died one year before Sir Isaac Newton was born?
- Which science deals with the motion of projectiles?
- John sees a flash of lightning and hears the thunder 5 seconds later - in miles, how far away from John is the storm?
- In which American state was the first ever atom bomb test carried out?
- In water it has a value of 72.8 millinewtons per meter at 20 degree centigrade - what are we talking about?
- What soft brown combustible sedimentary rock that is formed from naturally compressed peat is often referred to as brown coal?
- What is the largest living species of lizard?
- Which popular pet belongs to the biological family felidae?
- How many hearts does an octopus have?
- Snell's Law
- Margaret Thatcher
- Galileo Galilei
- 1 mile (the speed of sound is 343.2 metres per second or a mile in 4.7 seconds)
- New Mexico
- Surface tension
- Komodo dragon
- Most of Russia’s gas exports to Europe are sent by pipeline through which country?
- What is a semiconductor device used to amplify and switch electronic signals and electrical power?
- Which planet in the solar system is the hotest?
- Pulmonary refers to which part of the human body?
- Which law states 'for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction'? (give a name and number)
- Which country accounts for 70% of the world's platinum production?
- Whose law states that the force needed to extend a spring by some distance is proportional to that distance?
- What word in geology is formed from the Greek for 'mountain' and 'origin'?
- What has the chemical formula H2O2?
- Who was the decibel named after?
- What is the only rock that floats in water?
- What word in mathematics is Latin for pebble?
- What type of number has a real and imaginary part?
- What elementary particle can be up, down, strange, charm, bottom, and top?
- What is the chemical symbol for tungsten?
- Newton's Third Law
- South Africa
- Hooke's Law
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Alexander Graham Bell
- Complex number
- A quark
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