College/High School Physics

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1.1 Length & Time 1.1.1 Measurement 1.2 Motion 1.2.1 Speed & Acceleration 1.2.2 Distance-Time Graphs 1.2.3 Velocity-Time Graphs 1.2.4 Free fall 1.3 Mass & Weight 1.3.1 Mass & Weight 1.4 Density 1.4.1 Density 1.5 Forces 1.5.1 Change of Shape 1.5.2 Balanced Forces 1.5.3 Unbalanced Forces 1.5.4 Circular Motion (Extended) 1.5.5 Turning Effect 1.5.6 Conditions For Equilibrium 1.5.7 Centre of Mass 1.5.8 Scalars & Vectors (Extended) 1.6 Momentum 1.6.1 Momentum 1.7 Energy, Work & Power 1.7.1 Energy 1.7.2 KE & GPE (Extended) 1.7.3 Energy Resources 1.7.4 Efficiency 1.7.5 Work 1.7.6 Power 1.8 Pressure 1.8.1 Pressure 2.1 Simple Kinetic Molecular Model of Matter 2.1.1 States of Matter 2.1.2 Molecular Matter 2.1.3 Kinetic Theory 2.1.4 Evaporation 2.1.5 Pressure Changes 2.2 Thermal Properties & Temperature 2.2.1 Thermal Expansion 2.2.2 Measurement of Temperature 2.2.3 Temperature & Heat 2.2.4 Thermal Capacity 2.2.5 Specific Heat Capacity (Extended) 2.2.6 Melting & Boiling 2.3 Thermal Processes 2.3.1 Conduction 2.3.2 Convection 2.3.3 Radiation 2.3.4 Consequences of Energy Transfer 3.1 General Wave Properties 3.1.1 Waves 3.1.2 Wave Effects 3.2 Light 3.2.1 Reflection of Light 3.2.2 Refraction of Light 3.2.3 Total Internal Reflection 3.2.4 Thin Converging Lens 3.2.5 Dispersion of Light 3.3 Electromagnetic Spectrum 3.3.1 The Electromagnetic Spectrum 3.4 Sound 3.4.1 Sound & Ultrasound 3.4.2 The Speed of Sound 4.1 Simple Phenomena of Magnetism 4.1.1 Magnetism 4.1.2 Magnetic Materials 4.1.3 Magnets & Electromagnets 4.2 Electrical Quantities 4.2.1 Electric Charge 4.2.2 Electric Fields (Extended) 4.2.3 Electrons 4.2.4 Charging by Induction (Extended) 4.2.5 Current 4.2.6 Electromotive Force 4.2.7 Potential Difference 4.2.8 Resistance 4.2.9 The Resistance of a Wire 4.2.10 IV Graphs (Extended) 4.2.11 Electrical Working 4.3 Electric Circuits 4.3.1 Circuit Diagrams 4.3.2 Series & Parallel Circuits 4.3.3 Resistors in Series & Parallel 4.3.4 Use of Circuit Components 4.4 Digital Electronics 4.4.1 Digital Electronics (Extended) 4.5 Dangers of Electricity 4.5.1 Hazards, Fuses & Earthing 4.6 Electromagnetic Effects 4.6.1 Electromagnetic Induction 4.6.2 A.C. & D.C. 4.6.3 A.C. Generator (Extended) 4.6.4 Transformers 4.6.5 Transmitting Electricity 4.6.6 The Magnetic Effect of a Current 4.6.7 Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor 4.6.8 Force on a Charged Particle (Extended) 4.6.9 D.C. Motor

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