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  • Physics Factsheet: 29. Capacitors

    Physics Factsheet: 29. Capacitors

    Capacitors are widely used in electrical engineering and electronics. They are  important in any physics course because of the variety of uses they have. ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 30. Gravity and potential

    Physics Factsheet: 30. Gravity and potential

    The gravitational force exerted by the earth on a mass is the weight of the  mass, which you will be familiar with from the formula W = mg, where g is  the acceleration due to gravity.&nbs...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 31. First law of thermodynamics

    Physics Factsheet: 31. First law of thermodynamics

    This Factsheet is about the first law of thermodynamics, which is concerned  with how energy is transferred from and to any material.  In order to  understand the first law of thermod...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 32. Coulombís law

    Physics Factsheet: 32. Coulomb's law

    You probably already know that electrically charged particles can  exert a force on each other even when they are not actually touching.  You may have carried out experiments with electros...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 33. Electric field strength and potential

    Physics Factsheet: 33. Electric field strength and potential

    Field theory - electric, magnetic or gravitational -  is a model for explaining forces that act at a distance - that is, forces between two  bodies that are not in physical contact. Electri...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 34. The Gas Laws

    Physics Factsheet: 34. The Gas Laws

    This Factsheet will explain:  • how Boyle’s Law is arrived at experimentally;  • how Charles’ Law is arrived at experimentally;  • the Kelvin temperature s...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 35. Comparison of gravitational and electric fields

    Physics Factsheet: 35. Comparison of gravitational and electric fields

    This Factsheet will highlight the similarities and differences of gravitational  and electric fields. Before working through this Factsheet, you should ensure  you understand the two types...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 36. Comparison of capacitor discharge and radioactive decay

    Physics Factsheet: 36. Comparison of capacitor discharge and radioactive decay

    It is very common that in nature quantities die away with time or decay.  It  makes total sense that the more there is of something the faster it will decay.  In radioactivity the mor...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 37. Specific Heat Capacity & Specific Latent Heat

    Physics Factsheet: 37. Specific Heat Capacity & Specific Latent Heat

    When an object is either supplied with heat energy, or it loses heat energy,  there are two possible consequences for the object, a change in its  temperature and a change of state (from l...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 38. Linear Particle Accelerators

    Physics Factsheet: 38. Linear Particle Accelerators

    This Factsheet explains how charged particles, such as electrons or protons,  are accelerated by two main types of linear particle accelerators.  Before the  particle accelerators are...

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