A2 Level Questions:

  1. What is quantum physics?
  2. Can you see quantum physics in everyday life?
  3. What is an atom?
  4. Do all things have quantum physics?
  5. Is light made of particles or waves?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. How does quantum physics differ from classical physics?
  2. What is the uncertainty principle?
  3. Can quantum physics explain how computers work?
  4. What are quantum particles?
  5. How do scientists study something so small?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Discuss the significance of the double-slit experiment.
  2. How does quantum entanglement challenge our understanding of space and time?
  3. What role does quantum physics play in developing new technologies?
  4. How do quantum states differ from classical states?
  5. Can quantum physics impact our understanding of the universe?

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Evaluate the implications of quantum computing on future technology.
  2. How does the observer effect alter the outcome of quantum experiments?
  3. Discuss the potential of quantum physics in medical imaging and diagnostics.
  4. Analyze the challenges of unifying quantum physics with general relativity.
  5. Explore the concept of superposition and its applications.

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Debate the philosophical implications of quantum mechanics on the concept of reality.
  2. Investigate the role of quantum physics in understanding black holes and dark matter.
  3. Critique the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics.
  4. Examine the feasibility of quantum teleportation and its potential impact on communication.
  5. Analyze the implications of the many-worlds interpretation for the multiverse theory.