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  • Physics Factsheet: 200. Meters

    Physics Factsheet: 200. Meters

    Meters come in various shapes, sizes and ranges. Some are ‘digital’with a numerical display, some are ‘analogue’ with divisions makingup a scale, and a needle. Before dealing w...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 201. Key Preparation for A Level – Waves, Light and Sound 1

    Physics Factsheet: 201. Key Preparation for A Level – Waves, Light and Sound 1

    Whichever route you took at GCSE, you will have had anintroduction to waves, light and sound; but to be ready for A Level,you need to be confident that you understand and are thoroughlyfamiliar with t...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 202. Quantities and Measurements in Astrophysics

    Physics Factsheet: 202. Quantities and Measurements in Astrophysics

    Units of DistanceSpace is, on the whole, quite large and metres are a little on the small side. Although we could use prefixes such as petametres (1015 m) tomeasure the size of the Milky Way for examp...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 204. Splitting up voltage

    Physics Factsheet: 204. Splitting up voltage

    In circuits a voltage might be too great for what we need it to do, orwe might want to control a voltage e.g in a dimmer-switch or avolume control....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 205. Ideal Gases II

    Physics Factsheet: 205. Ideal Gases II

    In Ideal Gases (1) we looked at the gas laws individually and alsohow they combine together to produce the Ideal Gas Equation.This is our starting point for this factsheet where we will be lookingat w...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 206. Key Experiments 1: The ball bearing “Ski Jump”

    Physics Factsheet: 206. Key Experiments 1: The ball bearing “Ski Jump”

    A good physicist needs the instincts of both a theoretician (“Aha! I bet it works like this!”) and an experimentalist (“But does it really worklike that? Can we test it?”). Wit...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 207. Nuclear Fusion and Fission

    Physics Factsheet: 207. Nuclear Fusion and Fission

    Nuclear Fusion and Fission are two ways of releasing energy from an atom. The two processes can be summarised as follows:Key point:-• Nuclear Fusion is the fusing together of smaller atomic nucle...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 208. Applying Kepler’s Laws

    Physics Factsheet: 208. Applying Kepler's Laws

    Ideas about the solar system have changed greatly, but predictions were based on observations of the patterns rather than on being able to actually calculate how the planets moved. It was not until Ne...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 209. Key experiments Factsheet – Resistivity of aluminium

    Physics Factsheet: 209. Key experiments Factsheet – Resistivity of aluminium

    Practical investigation is an essential part of being a competent scientist. In this Factsheet we look at one experiment and consider what needs to be done to ensure that your investigation is valid g...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 210. Electromagnetic Induction: Key Principles and Equations

    Physics Factsheet: 210. Electromagnetic Induction: Key Principles and Equations

    An emf may be induced when there is relative motion between a conductor and a magnetic field, or the magnetic field through a coil changes. If a current is drawn from the induced emf, then an energy t...

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