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  • Physics Factsheet: 49. Wave–Particle Duality - The electron

    Physics Factsheet: 49. Wave–Particle Duality - The electron

    This Factsheet explains how electrons, which are usually considered to  behave like tiny particles of matter, can also behave like waves in certain  situations. ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 50. Errors and Uncertainties

    Physics Factsheet: 50. Errors and Uncertainties

    Although these two names actually mean the same thing, the word  “uncertainty” is often the better term since it cannot be confused with the  word “mistake”...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 51. Electromagnetic Doppler effect and the expanding Universe

    Physics Factsheet: 51. Electromagnetic Doppler effect and the expanding Universe

    This Factsheet will explain:  •. The theory of the Doppler effect as it affects electromagnetic waves;  • Emission and absorption spectra;  • The red shift of radiatio...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 52. Displacement-time and Velocity-time Graphs

    Physics Factsheet: 52. Displacement-time and Velocity-time Graphs

    This Factsheet explains how motion can be described using graphs, in  particular how displacement-time graphs and velocity-time graphs can be  used. ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 53. Mechanical Oscillations & the Mass-spring System

    Physics Factsheet: 53. Mechanical Oscillations & the Mass-spring System

    This Factsheet covers the applications of simple harmonic motion  (SHM) to mechanical oscillations. Factsheet 20 covers the basics of  SHM. Factsheet 54 will cover the simple pendulum.&nbs...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 54. The Simple Pendulum

    Physics Factsheet: 54. The Simple Pendulum

    This Factsheet follows on from Factsheet 20 (Simple Harmonic Motion)  and Factsheet 53 (Mechanical Oscillations). ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 55. Waves – Conservation of energy and the inverse square law

    Physics Factsheet: 55. Waves – Conservation of energy and the inverse square law

    The purpose of this Factsheet is to explain how the idea of conservation of  energy in a travelling wave leads to an inverse square law for the distribution  of energy from a point source....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 56. The Potential Divider and its Use

    Physics Factsheet: 56. The Potential Divider and its Use

    In order to understand how the potential divider works it is necessary to  remind ourselves, briefly, of some more basic ideas in electricity...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 57. Applications of Circular Motion

    Physics Factsheet: 57. Applications of Circular Motion

    Circular motion requires a resultant force in order to keep an object moving  through a circular path at constant speed.  It is accelerated motion as the  velocity changes even though...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 58. Nuclear Reactors

    Physics Factsheet: 58. Nuclear Reactors

    This Factsheet explains the process by which energy is released by  nuclear fission and how this energy is harnessed by a nuclear reactor....

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