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  • Physics Factsheet: 84. Uses of Capacitors

    Physics Factsheet: 84. Uses of Capacitors

    Factsheet 29 provided a thorough discussion of capacitor theory. It may  well be worth looking through this again.  In this Factsheet we will be looking at the ways that capacitors can be ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 85. A2 Questions Radioactivity

    Physics Factsheet: 85. A2 Questions Radioactivity

    This Factsheet will deal almost exclusively with answering questions on these topics. There are four exam-style questions to illustrate various points and demonstrate the methods of solution requ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 86. Optical Fibres in Communication

    Physics Factsheet: 86. Optical Fibres in Communication

    Of course there are other important uses of optical fibres outside of  communications. An example would be the endoscope used in medicine to  see inside the body. However we will concentra...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 87. Why Students Lose Marks: AS Forces

    Physics Factsheet: 87. Why Students Lose Marks: AS Forces

    This Factsheet analyses students’ answers to AS exam questions on forces.  By the end of this Factsheet, you should be more confident about:  • What the examiners want  &bu...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 88. The Physics of the Hubble Telescope

    Physics Factsheet: 88. The Physics of the Hubble Telescope

    The Hubble telescope is a technological masterpiece. It has been  reported to be 50 000 times more sensitive than ground-based  telescopes, and has 10 times better resolution....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 89. Momentum - Macroscopic & Microscopic

    Physics Factsheet: 89. Momentum - Macroscopic & Microscopic

    We will begin with the general idea of momentum, and then revise  the more familiar large-scale events, before finishing with a look at  momentum properties at the atomic and subatomic lev...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 90. Answering Exam Questions: Series and Parallel Calculations

    Physics Factsheet: 90. Answering Exam Questions: Series and Parallel Calculations

    There are other examples of series and parallel relationships such  as capacitors and inductors in tuning circuits, but they are beyond  the scope of this Factsheet....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 91. Accuracy in Electrical Investigations

    Physics Factsheet: 91. Accuracy in Electrical Investigations

    This Factsheet is not meant to be a survey of practical investigations  concerning electricity, or to provide complete methods for these  investigations. ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 92. Answering exam questions on SHM

    Physics Factsheet: 92. Answering exam questions on SHM

    This Factsheet looks at how to approach A2 simple harmonic motion (SHM) questions.  A later Factsheet will look at questions on damped and forced  oscillations, resonance and their applicat...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 93. Polaroids and Polarisation

    Physics Factsheet: 93. Polaroids and Polarisation

    Polarisation is a wave property. But not all waves can exhibit this  property.  In a transverse wave, the oscillations are at right angles to the  direction of travel. The plane of t...

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