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  • Physics Factsheet: 234. The Physics of Structures

    Physics Factsheet: 234. The Physics of Structures

    Key Definitions: Centre of gravity is the point through which the entire weight of an object may be considered to act. A triangle of forces may be constructed when three forces act on a point object w...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 235. Friction

    Physics Factsheet: 235. Friction

    People often think of friction as a “bad” force, which we are always working to avoid. While it is true that we put considerable effort into minimising friction in machinery, it is also tr...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 236. Comparing alpha, beta, and gamma radiaton

    Physics Factsheet: 236. Comparing alpha, beta, and gamma radiaton

    This Factsheet will explain the nature, properties and effects of radioactive emission particles and rays and the hazards and benefits of radioactivity. We will also have a brief look at how the radio...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 237. Key Preparation Electromagnetism

    Physics Factsheet: 237. Key Preparation Electromagnetism

    Many students consider this the most taxing topic on the GCSE syllabus, and it is often left until late-on in the course and so may be covered rather hurriedly. It is not that difficult, but for study...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 238. Kinetic Energy and Momentum

    Physics Factsheet: 238. Kinetic Energy and Momentum

    This Factsheet aims to clarify these points to give you a really good start to your A Level Course. Basic Ideas 1. Kinetic Energy is energy associated with movement. For an object of mass m travellin...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 239. Moment of Inertia

    Physics Factsheet: 239. Moment of Inertia

    In this factsheet we will be primarily concerned with the rotational motion of the object, but sometimes we do have to deal with both sorts of motion....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 240. Investigating The Electron

    Physics Factsheet: 240. Investigating The Electron

    Given the role that electrons play in 21st Century life – carrying every bit of data in our increasingly digital age - it is hard to comprehend that we’ve only known about them for little ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 241. Comparing and Contrasting X-rays and Gamma rays

    Physics Factsheet: 241. Comparing and Contrasting X-rays and Gamma rays

    X-rays and Gamma rays – what are they? Both X-rays and gamma rays are part of the electromagnetic spectrum which makes them electromagnetic waves. Like all electromagnetic waves however, they do...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 242. Vectors and Scalars in Physics

    Physics Factsheet: 242. Vectors and Scalars in Physics

    Vectors and Scalars in Physics When deciding whether a physical quantity is a scalar or vector the first question to ask is ‘does the physical quantity have a direction which must be specified ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 243. Key Preparation for A Level: Electromagnetic Induction

    Physics Factsheet: 243. Key Preparation for A Level: Electromagnetic Induction

    This is the final section of Electromagnetism. Many students consider this the most taxing topic on the GCSE specification, and it is often left until late-on in the course and so may be covered rathe...

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