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  • Physics Factsheet: 89. Momentum - Macroscopic & Microscopic

    Physics Factsheet: 89. Momentum - Macroscopic & Microscopic

    We will begin with the general idea of momentum, and then revise  the more familiar large-scale events, before finishing with a look at  momentum properties at the atomic and subatomic lev...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 90. Answering Exam Questions: Series and Parallel Calculations

    Physics Factsheet: 90. Answering Exam Questions: Series and Parallel Calculations

    There are other examples of series and parallel relationships such  as capacitors and inductors in tuning circuits, but they are beyond  the scope of this Factsheet....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 91. Accuracy in Electrical Investigations

    Physics Factsheet: 91. Accuracy in Electrical Investigations

    This Factsheet is not meant to be a survey of practical investigations  concerning electricity, or to provide complete methods for these  investigations. ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 92. Answering exam questions on SHM

    Physics Factsheet: 92. Answering exam questions on SHM

    This Factsheet looks at how to approach A2 simple harmonic motion (SHM) questions.  A later Factsheet will look at questions on damped and forced  oscillations, resonance and their applicat...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 93. Polaroids and Polarisation

    Physics Factsheet: 93. Polaroids and Polarisation

    Polarisation is a wave property. But not all waves can exhibit this  property.  In a transverse wave, the oscillations are at right angles to the  direction of travel. The plane of t...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 94. Simple Electronic Systems

    Physics Factsheet: 94. Simple Electronic Systems

    Modern communications systems are very complex, and becoming  more complex all the time. In this Factsheet we will concern ourselves  with the basic ideas behind such systems....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 95. Lifting Devices

    Physics Factsheet: 95. Lifting Devices

    Machines for lifting have been used for thousands of years. The  Physics involved was understood intuitively. Today our knowledge  allows us to make mathematical assessments of these devic...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 96. Dynamic Experiments Using Light Gates

    Physics Factsheet: 96. Dynamic Experiments Using Light Gates

    Light gate set-ups almost always allow us to measure the time an  object takes to travel a set distance. This, of course, allows us to  calculate the average velocity over this distance.&n...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 97. A2 Electromagnetic Problems

    Physics Factsheet: 97. A2 Electromagnetic Problems

    Many students find problems involving e.m. induction difficult  (compared to other Physics topics). The aim of this Factsheet is to  provide some guidance and practise in these calculation...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 98. A2 Fields and Forces Problems

    Physics Factsheet: 98. A2 Fields and Forces Problems

    Electrical, gravitational and magnetic fields are all straightforward  enough in their own way. And there are similarities between them.  However there also significant differences, and th...

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