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  • Physics Factsheet: 244. Investigating Charles’ Law And Boyle’s Law For A Gas

    Physics Factsheet: 244. Investigating Charles' Law And Boyle's Law For A Gas

    Since steam-power was quite literally the driving force behind the industrial revolution, fully understanding the way gases such as steam behaved became very important and ultimately gave us – a...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 245. Microwaves and their uses

    Physics Factsheet: 245. Microwaves and their uses

    Microwaves form part of the electromagnetic spectrum. They occupy the part of the spectrum between radio waves and infrared radiation. Because of their use in communications, they are often thought of...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 246. Accurate Measurement of Refractive Index

    Physics Factsheet: 246. Accurate Measurement of Refractive Index

    There are two main experiments that can be performed to find the refractive index of a material though there are variations. Unless you have quick reflexes, a metre stick, stop clock and torch won&rsq...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 247. Investigation of the Charge and Discharge of Capacitors

    Physics Factsheet: 247. Investigation of the Charge and Discharge of Capacitors

    (a) Why is a resistor included in the circuit? (b) Suggest a suitable value for the resistor. (c) Suggest the value of the resistance of the capacitor. x-plate y-plate y-p...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 248. Determination of the Young modulus

    Physics Factsheet: 248. Determination of the Young modulus

    The Young modulus (E) is a measure of the stiffness of a material that is independent of the particular sample of a substance. That means a value can be stated for a material without its dimensions be...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 249. Investigation of Stationary (Standing) Waves on a String

    Physics Factsheet: 249. Investigation of Stationary (Standing) Waves on a String

    The new specifications emphasise experimental skills and techniques. While you may not be required to do a practical exam, you will be expected to have carried out experiments and investigations and a...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 250. Determination of g by a Free-fall Method

    Physics Factsheet: 250. Determination of g by a Free-fall Method

    A free-fall method to find the acceleration due to gravity essentially involves observing an object drop and taking measurements that allow g to be calculated....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 251. Wien’s and Stefan’s Laws

    Physics Factsheet: 251. Wien's and Stefan's Laws

    Wein’s Law and Stefan’s Law are used to provide information about stars by analysing the radiation emitted by them. Together with the Inverse Square Law, Wien’s Law and Stefan’...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 252. Applications of potential divider circuits

    Physics Factsheet: 252. Applications of potential divider circuits

    Potential Dividers are simple circuits which use a combination of resistances, in series, to split-up the potential difference being supplied to them in order to provide a specific potential differenc...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 253. The Exponential Function

    Physics Factsheet: 253. The Exponential Function

    For GCSE, in Physics or Maths, you may have come across “The Exponential Function”, though probably not in much detail. In your A Level course, you will find it very useful to have a thor...

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