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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did the Bohrs invite Heisenberg to do during this visit?
(a) Stay for the weekend
(b) Discuss his most recent discoveries
(c) Live with them
(d) Come to dinner
2. What excuse does Bohr make for Heisenberg regarding this first stop?
(a) He was trying to act invisible
(b) He was embarrassed about being a German
(c) He knew he was being watched
(d) Everybody has always liked him
3. What does Heisenberg teach that is considered an act of resistance?
(a) Theoretical physics
(b) Atomic physics
4. What is fired at in fission?
5. What fallacious claim did Bohr initially make about fission?
(a) The Americans must master it
(b) It cannot be used to produce weapons
(c) Cadmium is unnecessary
(d) Germany will never understand it
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Margrethe claim that Bohr reacted to Heisenberg?
2. To what does Bohr compare fission?
3. What is the official reason for Heisenberg’s 1941 visit?
4. Where does Heisenberg invite Bohr?
5. How old is Heisenberg during the trip to Copenhagen in Act 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. What excuse does Heisenberg make to Margrethe for leaving?
2. What did Heisenberg consult with Bohr about in 1932?
3. What is the conflict Bohr and Heisenberg have over Gamow and Casimir?
4. What is the uncertainty principle?
5. What was Schrödinger’s work that Heisenberg struggled to accept?
6. What role did Bohr play in the atomic project?
7. What feelings did Heisenberg have towards Kramers?
8. What wartime experience has Heisenberg had that Bohr has not?
9. When was fission invented?
10. What is the German Cultural Institute?
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