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  • Physics Factsheet: 140. How Science Works - The Use of Tables in Practical Work

    Physics Factsheet: 140. How Science Works - The Use of Tables in Practical Work

    Almost every time you carry out practical work you need to produce  a table of results.  Getting the table right is important both to make your results useful  and to make sure you g...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 141. Combining concepts in calculations

    Physics Factsheet: 141. Combining concepts in calculations

    In Physics, it is often necessary to combine equations involving  different concepts e.g. kinetic energy gained = gravitational energy  lost, gravitational force = centripetal force, elect...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 142. Wave Energy

    Physics Factsheet: 142. Wave Energy

    Wave energy is a form of renewable energy. Currently there is a  great deal of work going on to develop devices to extract the energy  from waves at an affordable cost. The possibilities f...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 143. Damping in Oscillations

    Physics Factsheet: 143. Damping in Oscillations

    Many different models of the damping force have been proposed,  but you will mostly only have to deal with viscous damping (and  the word “viscous” is frequently omitted)...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 144. Conservation Laws in Particle Physics

    Physics Factsheet: 144. Conservation Laws in Particle Physics

    At GCSE we study conservation laws for classical Physics. We  perform calculations for conservation of momentum in collisions,  realise that kinetic energy is usually not conserved in a co...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 145. Finding Intercepts

    Physics Factsheet: 145. Finding Intercepts

    It is very common, in both theory and practical work, to be asked to  find the y-intercept of a graph. In general, this is from a straight-line  graph. This task can be trivial, but it can...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 146. Particle Paths

    Physics Factsheet: 146. Particle Paths

    The paths followed by subatomic particles in different situations  can provide information about the particles. These include:  • charge  • momentum  • energy&nb...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 147. Stress and Strain in Metal

    Physics Factsheet: 147. Stress and Strain in Metal

    This Factsheet will look more generally at metals when they are  being extended. We will look at:  • different types of metals  • atomic structure  • relevant ca...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 148. The Discovery of the Electron

    Physics Factsheet: 148. The Discovery of the Electron

    In the nineteenth century, physicists were aware that electric currents  could travel through solids, liquids, and even gases (e.g. lightning).  The question arose – “Could ele...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 149. Special Relativity

    Physics Factsheet: 149. Special Relativity

    Special Relativity is about the idea that there can be no absolute  motion, you can only measure motion, length, mass and time  dependent upon your position as an observer. ...

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