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  • Physics Factsheet: 134. Atomic Calculations from the Bohr Model

    Physics Factsheet: 134. Atomic Calculations from the Bohr Model

    Bohr knew that the hydrogen atom consisted of a negatively charged  electron orbiting a positively charged proton but… although atoms  are small there was a very BIG problem. ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 135. Energy Changes for Vertical Motion

    Physics Factsheet: 135. Energy Changes for Vertical Motion

    • What energy changes occur when an object falls?  • How is the original height of an object related to the speed  before impact?  • What is the effect of air resistan...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 136. Interpreting and Using V-I Graphs

    Physics Factsheet: 136. Interpreting and Using V-I Graphs

    A V-I characteristic is a graph of how the current through a  component varies with the potential difference across it.  You need  to recall and explain the shape of three V-I charact...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 137. Mass Defect and Mass Loss

    Physics Factsheet: 137. Mass Defect and Mass Loss

    The mass of a nucleus is less** than the combined mass of its protons  and neutrons (nucleons). The missing mass is called the mass defect....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 138. Radioactive Decay Calculations

    Physics Factsheet: 138. Radioactive Decay Calculations

    The half-life is the time taken for the radioactivity (A) of a substance  to fall by half.  The original number of radioactive nuclei (N) and  mass of original substance (m) also fall...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 139. Graphical work with Electromagnetic Induction

    Physics Factsheet: 139. Graphical work with Electromagnetic Induction

    To revise our ideas on electromagnetic induction look at Fig 1,  showing a bar magnet and a coil connected to an oscilloscope (to  display potential differences). As the coil is moved (at ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 140. How Science Works - The Use of Tables in Practical Work

    Physics Factsheet: 140. How Science Works - The Use of Tables in Practical Work

    Almost every time you carry out practical work you need to produce  a table of results.  Getting the table right is important both to make your results useful  and to make sure you g...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 141. Combining concepts in calculations

    Physics Factsheet: 141. Combining concepts in calculations

    In Physics, it is often necessary to combine equations involving  different concepts e.g. kinetic energy gained = gravitational energy  lost, gravitational force = centripetal force, elect...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 142. Wave Energy

    Physics Factsheet: 142. Wave Energy

    Wave energy is a form of renewable energy. Currently there is a  great deal of work going on to develop devices to extract the energy  from waves at an affordable cost. The possibilities f...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 143. Damping in Oscillations

    Physics Factsheet: 143. Damping in Oscillations

    Many different models of the damping force have been proposed,  but you will mostly only have to deal with viscous damping (and  the word “viscous” is frequently omitted)...

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