01952 271318

Products

  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 6
  8. 7
  9. 8
  10. 9
  11. 10
  12. 11
  13. 12
  14. 13
  15. 14
  16. 15
  17. 16
  18. 17
  19. 18
  20. 19
  21. 20
  22. 21
  23. 22
  24. 23
  25. 24
  26. 25
  27. 26
  28. 27
  • Physics Factsheet: 160. X Rays in medicine

    Physics Factsheet: 160. X Rays in medicine

    What are X-rays?  • They are electromagnetic (e.m.) waves of very short wavelength  and high frequency.  • They travel at the speed of light in vacuo (meaning in a vacuum)&...

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 161. Reactive Circuits

    Physics Factsheet: 161. Reactive Circuits

    What is alternating current?  A filament lamp can be lit in the same way by alternating current as  by direct current.  With direct current the “free” electrons are pushe...

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 162. Converging Lenses

    Physics Factsheet: 162. Converging Lenses

    This Factsheet will summarise some of the basic properties of  converging lenses, and briefly look at a few of the many applications....

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 163. Nuclear instability, Fission and Fusion

    Physics Factsheet: 163. Nuclear instability, Fission and Fusion

    An atom has a central core made of protons and neutrons and then  there are electrons orbiting this nucleus. The nucleus is tiny  compared to the whole atom. If the atom were the size of a...

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 164. Triangles and Parallelograms of Forces

    Physics Factsheet: 164. Triangles and Parallelograms of Forces

    Triangles and parallelograms of forces are often used to combine  two force vectors to determine the magnitude and direction of the  resultant force. Similar diagrams can also be used to r...

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 165. Simple Harmonic Motion  (S.H.M.)  basic principles

    Physics Factsheet: 165. Simple Harmonic Motion (S.H.M.) basic principles

    You have probably observed lots of examples of oscillations; some  of these could be described as isochronous, meaning that the time  period for a single oscillation remains the same, even...

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 166. The Physics of Maintaining Body Temperature

    Physics Factsheet: 166. The Physics of Maintaining Body Temperature

    Why Control Body Temperature?  If the body gets too hot or too cold it stops working....

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 167. Quality of Written Communication

    Physics Factsheet: 167. Quality of Written Communication

    The ability to communicate well is one of the Key Skills designated to be encouraged throughout, and assessed as part of, all A level  syllabuses. ...

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 168. Refraction -Natural Occurences &  Applications

    Physics Factsheet: 168. Refraction -Natural Occurences & Applications

    This Factsheet deals with refraction effects in nature, and also looks  at uses (and occasionally problems) associated with refraction. The  laws of refraction are thoroughly covered in A-...

    Price £3.00more info
  • Physics Factsheet: 169. Medical Measurement

    Physics Factsheet: 169. Medical Measurement

    We are all familiar with machines used by doctors and nurses to tell  us about the state of our health. This factsheet looks at the physics  behind how these machines work and how they can...

    Price £3.00more info
  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 6
  8. 7
  9. 8
  10. 9
  11. 10
  12. 11
  13. 12
  14. 13
  15. 14
  16. 15
  17. 16
  18. 17
  19. 18
  20. 19
  21. 20
  22. 21
  23. 22
  24. 23
  25. 24
  26. 25
  27. 26
  28. 27