Walter Houser Brattain Quiz

Walter Houser Brattain

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Walter Houser Brattain, American scientist who, along with John Bardeen and William B. Shockley, won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1956 for his investigation of the properties of semiconductors—materials of which transistors are made—and for the development of the transistor. – Encyclopaedia Britannica

Walter Houser Brattain Quiz Questions

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1. When did Walter Houser Brattain win Nobel Prize for Physics?
a) 1948
b) 1956
c) 1945
d) 1962

2. When was Walter Houser Brattain born?
a) 10 February 1902
b) 11 May 1892
c) 25 July 1894
d) 10 November 1896

3. Where was Walter Houser Brattain born?
a) Peking
b) Canton
c) Amoy
d) Nanking

4. Which university did Walter Houser Brattain attend for doctorate?
a) Notre Dame
b) Princeton
c) Regent
d) Minnesota

5. When did Walter Houser Brattain join Bell Telephone Laboratories?
a) 1929
b) 1942
c) 1925
d) 1936

6. For what did Walter Houser Brattain win Nobel Prize for Physics?
a) Invention of transistor
b) Development of bubble chamber
c) Discovery of Cherenkov Effect
d) Work in quantum electronics

7. When did Walter Houser Brattain leave Bell Telephone Laboratories?
a) 1962
b) 1958
c) 1967
d) 1964

8. Where did Walter Houser Brattain serve as adjunct professor in 1967-1972?
a) Canisius College
b) Whitman College
c) Dickinson College
d) Throop University

9. When did Walter Houser Brattain die?
a) 14 January 1999
b) 7 April 1996
c) 5 August 1991
d) 13 October 1987

10. Where did Walter Houser Brattain die?
a) Seattle
b) Macon
c) Atlanta
d) Columbus

Walter Houser Brattain Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Walter Houser Brattain win Nobel Prize for Physics?
a) 1948
b) 1956
c) 1945
d) 1962

2. When was Walter Houser Brattain born?
a) 10 February 1902
b) 11 May 1892
c) 25 July 1894
d) 10 November 1896

3. Where was Walter Houser Brattain born?
a) Peking
b) Canton
c) Amoy
d) Nanking

4. Which university did Walter Houser Brattain attend for doctorate?
a) Notre Dame
b) Princeton
c) Regent
d) Minnesota

5. When did Walter Houser Brattain join Bell Telephone Laboratories?
a) 1929
b) 1942
c) 1925
d) 1936

6. For what did Walter Houser Brattain win Nobel Prize for Physics?
a) Invention of transistor
b) Development of bubble chamber
c) Discovery of Cherenkov Effect
d) Work in quantum electronics

7. When did Walter Houser Brattain leave Bell Telephone Laboratories?
a) 1962
b) 1958
c) 1967
d) 1964

8. Where did Walter Houser Brattain serve as adjunct professor in 1967-1972?
a) Canisius College
b) Whitman College
c) Dickinson College
d) Throop University

9. When did Walter Houser Brattain die?
a) 14 January 1999
b) 7 April 1996
c) 5 August 1991
d) 13 October 1987

10. Where did Walter Houser Brattain die?
a) Seattle
b) Macon
c) Atlanta
d) Columbus

Walter Houser Brattain Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Walter Houser Brattain win Nobel Prize for Physics?
b) 1956

2. When was Walter Houser Brattain born?
a) 10 February 1902

3. Where was Walter Houser Brattain born?
c) Amoy

4. Which university did Walter Houser Brattain attend for doctorate?
d) Minnesota

5. When did Walter Houser Brattain join Bell Telephone Laboratories?
a) 1929

6. For what did Walter Houser Brattain win Nobel Prize for Physics?
a) Invention of transistor

7. When did Walter Houser Brattain leave Bell Telephone Laboratories?
c) 1967

8. Where did Walter Houser Brattain serve as adjunct professor in 1967-1972?
b) Whitman College

9. When did Walter Houser Brattain die?
d) 13 October 1987

10. Where did Walter Houser Brattain die?
a) Seattle

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