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  • Physics Factsheet: 211. Key Preparation for A Level Physics Factsheet:Waves, Light and Sound 2

    Physics Factsheet: 211. Key Preparation for A Level Physics Factsheet:Waves, Light and Sound 2

    In “Waves, Light and Sound 1, the basic ideas concerning waves were set out, with passing reference to light and sound. In this Factsheet, those ideas will be reinforced and applied more extensi...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 212. Determining Viscosity

    Physics Factsheet: 212. Determining Viscosity

    The viscosity of fluids is a property that is awkward to define (and also difficult to measure). We picture viscosity as being linked to the “thickness” of a liquid (or a gas). Treacle is ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 213. Electromagnetic Induction  Experiments to demonstrate the effect

    Physics Factsheet: 213. Electromagnetic Induction Experiments to demonstrate the effect

    Many students consider this the most taxing topic on the specification. It is not really that difficult, but it does need a really sound grasp of earlier learning to build on. The Electromagnetic Indu...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 214. Determining the Planck Constant

    Physics Factsheet: 214. Determining the Planck Constant

    In 1900 Max Planck was studying black body radiation. He decided that his results could only be explained if the oscillations of the atoms in the black body occupied discrete energy levels. A continuo...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 215. Key Issues with Circuit Electricity: Internal Resistance

    Physics Factsheet: 215. Key Issues with Circuit Electricity: Internal Resistance

    As a concept, this is slightly tricky to grasp, but by no means impossible. Although we normally deal with resistors having resistance, and light-bulbs and a whole host of other components having resi...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 216. Key Preparation for A Level Physics FactsheetMechanisms of Heat Transfer

    Physics Factsheet: 216. Key Preparation for A Level Physics FactsheetMechanisms of Heat Transfer

    There are some topics which are included on some of the GCSE Physics Specifications which are not covered by Science + Additional, so it is useful to cover that work now to give a good foundation for ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 217. Diffraction Theory

    Physics Factsheet: 217. Diffraction Theory

    Diffraction or spreading of waves as they pass through an aperture or past an obstacle is due to the superposition of wavelets that are formed from points along the same wave front. The resulting patt...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 218. Determining the half-life of a radioactive isotope

    Physics Factsheet: 218. Determining the half-life of a radioactive isotope

    Aim Protactinium-234 is a radioactive isotope with half-life of around a minute. We would like to measure its half-life. (In fact we will actually be investigating Pa-234m, an excited or metastable ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 219. Diffraction Experiments

    Physics Factsheet: 219. Diffraction Experiments

    Like all experiments involving observing and measuring effects due to light, experiments related to the diffraction of light need to be done in a darkened laboratory. The Variation in Diffraction Pa...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 220.  The Big Bang Theory and the Evolution of the Universe

    Physics Factsheet: 220. The Big Bang Theory and the Evolution of the Universe

    The Big Bang Theory The hot Big Bang theory is that the whole Universe started its existance in a single point in space and has been expanding outwards. This does create the idea of the Universe exp...

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