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Greatest Scientists Of All Time Vol.2

written by: discoglist
 
This quiz is dedicated to some of the greatest scientific minds ever born.

Question 1:

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What is the title of the groundbreaking work by Sir Isaac Newton, published for the first time in 1687?
'Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy'
'Natural Philosophy and Mathematics'
'Philosophical Principles of Nature and Mathematics'
'Nature, Philosophy and Mathematics'


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Question 2:

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Which of the following was invented by Louis Pasteur?
Modern toothbrush
Eyeglasses
All of these
Vaccine for rabies


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Question 3:

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To which of the following fields of science did Stephen Hawking contribute?
Physics
Chemistry
Medicine
Computer science


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Question 4:

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Which ancient Greek philosopher was a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great?
Aristotle
Socrates
Diogenes
Cicero


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Question 5:

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Scientist Paul Dirac received the Nobel Prize for 1933 for his work in what field?
Chemistry and physics
Physics
Chemistry
Medicine


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Question 6:

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In which field did scientist William Harvey work?
Medicine
Botany
Hydrodynamics
Psychology


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Question 7:

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What scientist is called the Father of Psychoanalysis?
Immanuel Kant
Carl Jung
Sigmund Freud
John Locke


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Question 8:

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Hermann Emil Fischer was a German scientists who received a Nobel prize in what field?
Both physics and chemistry
Physics
Medicine
Chemistry


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Question 9:

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James Watt is known for introducing important improvements to which of the following?
Steam engine
All of these
Oxidizable carbon ratio dating
Electric bulb


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Question 10:

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In which field of science did Johannes Kepler work?
Mechanics
Medicine
Biochemistry
Astronomy


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