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  • Physics Factsheet: 104. Difficulties with Motion and Energy problems

    Physics Factsheet: 104. Difficulties with Motion and Energy problems

    Examiners’ reports point out repeated difficulties students experience with problems involving motion and energy. We will look at a sample  question of this sort, and discuss the technique...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 105. Calculations on the Photoelectric Effect

    Physics Factsheet: 105. Calculations on the Photoelectric Effect

    When a metal surface is illuminated with light, electrons can be emitted from the metal surface, provided the frequency of the light is  above a certain value. This is called the photoelectric e...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 106. Measuring Distances in Astronomy

    Physics Factsheet: 106. Measuring Distances in Astronomy

    We are going to look at the following methods for measuring  distances to planets, stars, and galaxies:  • Kepler’s third law  • Parallax  • The Hubble law...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 107. Calculations  Charged Particles in Electric and Magnetic fields

    Physics Factsheet: 107. Calculations Charged Particles in Electric and Magnetic fields

    The purpose of this Factsheet is to revise the basic principles of  forces on charged particles in electric and magnetic fields, to give  you familiarity with the type of questions asked a...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 108. Where Students Make Mistakes: Balanced Forces and Action-Reaction pairs

    Physics Factsheet: 108. Where Students Make Mistakes: Balanced Forces and Action-Reaction pairs

    Newton’s third law of motion states, “For every action, there is an  equal and opposite reaction.”  This means forces always act in  pairs.  In an exam question...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 109. An Inventory of the Solar System: Part I

    Physics Factsheet: 109. An Inventory of the Solar System: Part I

    In this factsheet we will explore circular motion, centripetal acceleration and centripetal force in everyday situations, and apply these ideas  to our solar system. ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 110. The Physics of Speaker Enclosures

    Physics Factsheet: 110. The Physics of Speaker Enclosures

    Almost all loudspeakers are mounted in boxes. These boxes often look identical to each other, and seem to be there just to support the speakers. But the design of these speaker enclosures involves phy...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 111. Electrons as Charge Carriers

    Physics Factsheet: 111. Electrons as Charge Carriers

    Mobile charges are necessary for the flow of current, or for the build-up of electrostatic charge. The most common charge carriers we deal with are electrons carrying current around a circuit. But the...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 112. Practicalities Of Domestic Wind Energy Generation

    Physics Factsheet: 112. Practicalities Of Domestic Wind Energy Generation

    Generating your own electricity using a private wind turbine is now a popular project.  Is it good idea, and how practical is it?...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 113. Electrical Aspects Of Domestic Wind Energy Production

    Physics Factsheet: 113. Electrical Aspects Of Domestic Wind Energy Production

    You’ve built your wind turbine in the best possible site, and now you want it to produce electricity.  How does it do this, and what kind of electrical supply will you get? ...

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