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Copy of IGCSE Physics
Transcript of Copy of IGCSE Physics
(Length and Time) 1.3 Mass and Weight 1.4 Density, 1.7 Pressure 1.6 - Mechanical Energy and
Power 1.5 b,c,d - Turning Effects and
Stability 1.5a and b, e Forces, Newtons Laws and Vectors 2.1a,b Kinetic Theory, States of Matter 2.1c Evaporation 2.1d, 2.2a,b Boyle's Law and Temperature
Scales 2.2c Heat Energy and Heat Capacity
2.2d Melting and Boiling (with heat) 2.3 Conduction, Convection and
Radiation 3.1 Describing Waves 3.1 Wave Speed Equation 3.2 Refraction, Reflection + Lenses 3.3 Sound Waves 3.2e Electromagnetic Spectrum You will learn about the following in year 11 -
Electricity and Electromagnetism Coming up in Year 11.... Atoms, Nuclear Physics and
Radioactivity Specification Specification Specification http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/index.html sI Units Website - You might find this video amusing... Could Bruce Willis Survive?? http://megaswf.com/s/2453083
http://megaswf.com/s/2453083 quick solids, liquids and gas matchup - The EM Spectrum has many uses - zoom in on different places to have a look! A graph showing how the ozone layer stops UV This diagram shows the various frequencies used for wireless communication Football Distance Time Graphs -
http://www.sycd.co.uk/dtg/ A simple website on EM Spectrum
http://www.darvill.clara.net/emag/index.htm This website is good for all waves but especially SOUND! - http://www.acoustics.salford.ac.uk/schools/index1.htm This is really good to show you how small we are
http://scaleofuniverse.com/ A sense of how short human existence is
http://www.johnkyrk.com/evolution.html How old are you in seconds? Write this in standard form Write it to the nearest power of ten (e.g 10, 100, 1000) Convert this to years (round down) Google Docs https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0BxJict0CQ5ChVFdRNFQwYUNZZ3M/edit