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   Chapter 1: Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

1.1 

Equations of Motion

1.2 

Motion and Constant Acceleration

1.3 

Motion under Gravity

1.4 

Displacement-Time Graphs

1.5 

Velocity-Time Graphs

1.6 

Acceleration-Time Graphs

1.7 

Projectile Motion - Definitions

1.8 

Projectile Motion - Equations

1.9 

Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

2.1 

Newton's First Law

2.2 

Newton's Second Law

2.3 

Newton's Third Law

2.4 

Mass, Weight and Gravity

2.5 

Applications of Newton's Laws

2.6 

Addition of Vectors

2.7 

Subtraction of Vectors

2.8 

Rectangular Components

2.9 

Forces in a Spring

2.10

Centripetal Force

2.11

Forces Test

3.1 

Uniform Circular Motion - Definitions

3.2 

Uniform Circular Motion - Equations

3.3 

Simple Harmonic Motion

3.4 

Centripetal Force in a Horizontal Plane

3.5 

Centripetal Force in a Vertical Plane

3.6 

Circular Motion Test

4.1 

The Gravitational Field

4.2 

Kepler's Laws and Satellite Motion

4.3 

Velocity and Kinetic Energy of a Satellite

4.4 

Gravity and Stellites Test

5.1 

Impulse and Momentum

5.2 

Law of Conservation of Momentum

5.3 

Work and Power

5.4 

Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

5.5 

Elastic Potential Energy

5.6 

Law of Conservation of Energy

5.7 

Elastic Collisions

5.8 

Inelastic Collisions

5.9 

Coalescent Collisions

5.10

Momentum and Energy Test



   Chapter 2: Forces

1.1 

Equations of Motion

1.2 

Motion and Constant Acceleration

1.3 

Motion under Gravity

1.4 

Displacement-Time Graphs

1.5 

Velocity-Time Graphs

1.6 

Acceleration-Time Graphs

1.7 

Projectile Motion - Definitions

1.8 

Projectile Motion - Equations

1.9 

Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

2.1 

Newton's First Law

2.2 

Newton's Second Law

2.3 

Newton's Third Law

2.4 

Mass, Weight and Gravity

2.5 

Applications of Newton's Laws

2.6 

Addition of Vectors

2.7 

Subtraction of Vectors

2.8 

Rectangular Components

2.9 

Forces in a Spring

2.10

Centripetal Force

2.11

Forces Test

3.1 

Uniform Circular Motion - Definitions

3.2 

Uniform Circular Motion - Equations

3.3 

Simple Harmonic Motion

3.4 

Centripetal Force in a Horizontal Plane

3.5 

Centripetal Force in a Vertical Plane

3.6 

Circular Motion Test

4.1 

The Gravitational Field

4.2 

Kepler's Laws and Satellite Motion

4.3 

Velocity and Kinetic Energy of a Satellite

4.4 

Gravity and Stellites Test

5.1 

Impulse and Momentum

5.2 

Law of Conservation of Momentum

5.3 

Work and Power

5.4 

Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

5.5 

Elastic Potential Energy

5.6 

Law of Conservation of Energy

5.7 

Elastic Collisions

5.8 

Inelastic Collisions

5.9 

Coalescent Collisions

5.10

Momentum and Energy Test



   Chapter 3: Circular Motion

1.1 

Equations of Motion

1.2 

Motion and Constant Acceleration

1.3 

Motion under Gravity

1.4 

Displacement-Time Graphs

1.5 

Velocity-Time Graphs

1.6 

Acceleration-Time Graphs

1.7 

Projectile Motion - Definitions

1.8 

Projectile Motion - Equations

1.9 

Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

2.1 

Newton's First Law

2.2 

Newton's Second Law

2.3 

Newton's Third Law

2.4 

Mass, Weight and Gravity

2.5 

Applications of Newton's Laws

2.6 

Addition of Vectors

2.7 

Subtraction of Vectors

2.8 

Rectangular Components

2.9 

Forces in a Spring

2.10

Centripetal Force

2.11

Forces Test

3.1 

Uniform Circular Motion - Definitions

3.2 

Uniform Circular Motion - Equations

3.3 

Simple Harmonic Motion

3.4 

Centripetal Force in a Horizontal Plane

3.5 

Centripetal Force in a Vertical Plane

3.6 

Circular Motion Test

4.1 

The Gravitational Field

4.2 

Kepler's Laws and Satellite Motion

4.3 

Velocity and Kinetic Energy of a Satellite

4.4 

Gravity and Stellites Test

5.1 

Impulse and Momentum

5.2 

Law of Conservation of Momentum

5.3 

Work and Power

5.4 

Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

5.5 

Elastic Potential Energy

5.6 

Law of Conservation of Energy

5.7 

Elastic Collisions

5.8 

Inelastic Collisions

5.9 

Coalescent Collisions

5.10

Momentum and Energy Test



   Chapter 4: Gravity and Satellites

1.1 

Equations of Motion

1.2 

Motion and Constant Acceleration

1.3 

Motion under Gravity

1.4 

Displacement-Time Graphs

1.5 

Velocity-Time Graphs

1.6 

Acceleration-Time Graphs

1.7 

Projectile Motion - Definitions

1.8 

Projectile Motion - Equations

1.9 

Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

2.1 

Newton's First Law

2.2 

Newton's Second Law

2.3 

Newton's Third Law

2.4 

Mass, Weight and Gravity

2.5 

Applications of Newton's Laws

2.6 

Addition of Vectors

2.7 

Subtraction of Vectors

2.8 

Rectangular Components

2.9 

Forces in a Spring

2.10

Centripetal Force

2.11

Forces Test

3.1 

Uniform Circular Motion - Definitions

3.2 

Uniform Circular Motion - Equations

3.3 

Simple Harmonic Motion

3.4 

Centripetal Force in a Horizontal Plane

3.5 

Centripetal Force in a Vertical Plane

3.6 

Circular Motion Test

4.1 

The Gravitational Field

4.2 

Kepler's Laws and Satellite Motion

4.3 

Velocity and Kinetic Energy of a Satellite

4.4 

Gravity and Stellites Test

5.1 

Impulse and Momentum

5.2 

Law of Conservation of Momentum

5.3 

Work and Power

5.4 

Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

5.5 

Elastic Potential Energy

5.6 

Law of Conservation of Energy

5.7 

Elastic Collisions

5.8 

Inelastic Collisions

5.9 

Coalescent Collisions

5.10

Momentum and Energy Test



   Chapter 5: Momentum and Energy

1.1 

Equations of Motion

1.2 

Motion and Constant Acceleration

1.3 

Motion under Gravity

1.4 

Displacement-Time Graphs

1.5 

Velocity-Time Graphs

1.6 

Acceleration-Time Graphs

1.7 

Projectile Motion - Definitions

1.8 

Projectile Motion - Equations

1.9 

Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration

2.1 

Newton's First Law

2.2 

Newton's Second Law

2.3 

Newton's Third Law

2.4 

Mass, Weight and Gravity

2.5 

Applications of Newton's Laws

2.6 

Addition of Vectors

2.7 

Subtraction of Vectors

2.8 

Rectangular Components

2.9 

Forces in a Spring

2.10

Centripetal Force

2.11

Forces Test

3.1 

Uniform Circular Motion - Definitions

3.2 

Uniform Circular Motion - Equations

3.3 

Simple Harmonic Motion

3.4 

Centripetal Force in a Horizontal Plane

3.5 

Centripetal Force in a Vertical Plane

3.6 

Circular Motion Test

4.1 

The Gravitational Field

4.2 

Kepler's Laws and Satellite Motion

4.3 

Velocity and Kinetic Energy of a Satellite

4.4 

Gravity and Stellites Test

5.1 

Impulse and Momentum

5.2 

Law of Conservation of Momentum

5.3 

Work and Power

5.4 

Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

5.5 

Elastic Potential Energy

5.6 

Law of Conservation of Energy

5.7 

Elastic Collisions

5.8 

Inelastic Collisions

5.9 

Coalescent Collisions

5.10

Momentum and Energy Test



   Chapter 1: Current, Charge and Voltage (revision)

1.1 

Current and Charge

1.2 

Voltage and Resistance

1.3 

Non-Ohmic Conductors

1.4 

Power

1.5 

Resistors in Series

1.6 

Resistors in Parallel

1.7 

Multiple Batteries in a Circuit

1.8 

Internal Resistance

1.9 

Revision Test

2.1 

Diodes and Zener Diodes

2.2 

Resistors and Capacitors

2.3 

Transistors

2.4 

Multimeter and CRO

2.5 

LDRs, Thermistors and LEDs

2.6 

Input and Output Transducers

2.7 

Voltage Dividers

2.8 

Electronic Components Test

3.1 

DC Power Supplies

3.2 

Oscillators

3.3 

Logic Gates

3.4 

Logic Gate Combinations

3.5 

Bistables, Astables, Monostables

3.6 

Counters and Registers

3.7 

Decision Making Circuits

3.8 

Further Electronics Test



   Chapter 2: Electronic Components

1.1 

Current and Charge

1.2 

Voltage and Resistance

1.3 

Non-Ohmic Conductors

1.4 

Power

1.5 

Resistors in Series

1.6 

Resistors in Parallel

1.7 

Multiple Batteries in a Circuit

1.8 

Internal Resistance

1.9 

Revision Test

2.1 

Diodes and Zener Diodes

2.2 

Resistors and Capacitors

2.3 

Transistors

2.4 

Multimeter and CRO

2.5 

LDRs, Thermistors and LEDs

2.6 

Input and Output Transducers

2.7 

Voltage Dividers

2.8 

Electronic Components Test

3.1 

DC Power Supplies

3.2 

Oscillators

3.3 

Logic Gates

3.4 

Logic Gate Combinations

3.5 

Bistables, Astables, Monostables

3.6 

Counters and Registers

3.7 

Decision Making Circuits

3.8 

Further Electronics Test



   Chapter 3: Further Electronics

1.1 

Current and Charge

1.2 

Voltage and Resistance

1.3 

Non-Ohmic Conductors

1.4 

Power

1.5 

Resistors in Series

1.6 

Resistors in Parallel

1.7 

Multiple Batteries in a Circuit

1.8 

Internal Resistance

1.9 

Revision Test

2.1 

Diodes and Zener Diodes

2.2 

Resistors and Capacitors

2.3 

Transistors

2.4 

Multimeter and CRO

2.5 

LDRs, Thermistors and LEDs

2.6 

Input and Output Transducers

2.7 

Voltage Dividers

2.8 

Electronic Components Test

3.1 

DC Power Supplies

3.2 

Oscillators

3.3 

Logic Gates

3.4 

Logic Gate Combinations

3.5 

Bistables, Astables, Monostables

3.6 

Counters and Registers

3.7 

Decision Making Circuits

3.8 

Further Electronics Test



   Chapter 1: Structures

1.1 

Centre of Mass

1.2 

Turning Effect of a Force - Torque

1.3 

Equilibrium

1.4 

More Difficult Equilibrium Questions

1.5 

Structures Test

2.1 

Stress and Strain - Young's Modulus

2.2 

Compression Strength and Strain Energy

2.3 

Stresses and Strains in Bridges and Cantilevers

2.4 

Humans and Animals

2.5 

Materials Test



   Chapter 2: Materials

1.1 

Centre of Mass

1.2 

Turning Effect of a Force - Torque

1.3 

Equilibrium

1.4 

More Difficult Equilibrium Questions

1.5 

Structures Test

2.1 

Stress and Strain - Young's Modulus

2.2 

Compression Strength and Strain Energy

2.3 

Stresses and Strains in Bridges and Cantilevers

2.4 

Humans and Animals

2.5 

Materials Test



   Chapter 1: Light

1.1 

Properties of Light

1.2 

Diffraction of Light

1.3 

Young's Experiment

1.4 

The Photoelectric Effect - Graphs

1.5 

The Photoelectric Effect - Formulae

1.6 

Photon Momentum

1.7 

Models for Light

1.8 

Light Test

2.1 

Cathode Tube

2.2 

Millikan's Experiment

2.3 

Electron Diffraction

2.4 

De Broglie Wavelength

2.5 

Quantised Energy Levels for an Atom

2.6 

Electrons and Matter Waves



   Chapter 2: Electrons and Matter Waves

1.1 

Properties of Light

1.2 

Diffraction of Light

1.3 

Young's Experiment

1.4 

The Photoelectric Effect - Graphs

1.5 

The Photoelectric Effect - Formulae

1.6 

Photon Momentum

1.7 

Models for Light

1.8 

Light Test

2.1 

Cathode Tube

2.2 

Millikan's Experiment

2.3 

Electron Diffraction

2.4 

De Broglie Wavelength

2.5 

Quantised Energy Levels for an Atom

2.6 

Electrons and Matter Waves



   Chapter 1: Electric Current, Magnetism and Force

1.1 

Right Hand Grip Rule

1.2 

The Motor Effect

1.3 

Force on a Conductor

1.4 

Forces Between Conductors

1.5 

Torque On a Current Carrying Coil

1.6 

Simple DC Motors and Meters

1.7 

Electric Power Test



   Chapter 1: Waves of Sound

1.1 

General Characteristics of Waves

1.2 

Periodic Waves

1.3 

Facts about Sound

1.4 

Velocity, Frequency and Wavelength

1.5 

Sound Intensity

2.1 

Reflection and refraction of sound

2.2 

Diffraction of sound

2.3 

Superposition of waves

2.4 

Beats

2.5 

Standing waves and resonance

2.6 

Strings and air columns

2.7 

Speaking and Hearing

2.8 

Music Making

2.9 

Recording and Production

2.10

Sound Test



   Chapter 2: Interactions of Sound

1.1 

General Characteristics of Waves

1.2 

Periodic Waves

1.3 

Facts about Sound

1.4 

Velocity, Frequency and Wavelength

1.5 

Sound Intensity

2.1 

Reflection and refraction of sound

2.2 

Diffraction of sound

2.3 

Superposition of waves

2.4 

Beats

2.5 

Standing waves and resonance

2.6 

Strings and air columns

2.7 

Speaking and Hearing

2.8 

Music Making

2.9 

Recording and Production

2.10

Sound Test