6.1 What is waves?
Process of transferring energy from one location to another which is produced by an oscillating or vibrating motion.
Examples of Light waves are produced as a result of vibrations of waves electrons in an atom Sound waves are prod
Physics Equation List :Form 5
f = frequency
T = Period
(Hz or s-1)
Amplitude, Period and Frequency can be found from a Displacement-Time Graph
v = velocity
f = frequency
Physics Equation List :Form 4
Introduction to Physics
Relative Deviation = Mean Deviation 100% Mean Value
Prefixes Prefixes Tera Giga Mega Kilo deci centi milli micro nano pico Units for Area and Volume 1 m = 102 cm 1 m =
10.1 NUCLEUS OF AN ATOM Matter is made up of very small particles called atoms Each atom has a very small and very dense core called nucleus. Most of the mass of atom is contained in the nucleus The electrons move in orbits around the nucleus. There are a
9.1 CATHODE RAY OSCILLOSCOPE What is Thermionic emission is the process of emission of thermionic electrons from a heated metals surface. emission? How does Metal consists of a large number of electrons thermionic which are free to move. emission occur? A
5.1 UNDERSTANDING REFLECTION OF LIGHT
1. Reflection of light on a Plane Mirror
Mirror works because it reflects light. The light ray that strikes the surface of the mirror is called incident ray. The light ray that bounces off from the surface of the mirr
MAGNETIC EFFECT OF A CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR
An electromagnet can be made by sending an electric What is an current through a coil of wire wound around an iron electromagnet? core.
What is a magnetic field pattern?
When a current flows through the
HEAT 4.1 UNDERSTANDING THERMAL EQUILIBRIUM 1. Define: The measure of the degree of hotness of an object. (a) Temperature Measured in SI unit Kelvin, K A hot object is at a higher temperature than a cold object. Form of energy, measured in Joules, J (b) He
3 FORCES AND PRESSURE
3.1 UNDERSTANDING PRESSURE Pressure is force per unit area Pressure = Force Area
P= F A
1. Define Pressure 2. State pressures formula
3. State relationship between pressure and area. 4. Describe applications involving High Pressure I
7.1 ANALYSING ELECTRIC FIELDS AND CHARGE FLOW
State the Matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms. relationship between At the center of the atom electron is the nucleus which is and electric made up of protons and current neutrons. Surrounding the
PHYSICS PRACTICALS - KINEMATICS
Lab Report 1.
Free Fall Under Gravity.
Aim To investigate the motion of an object falling vertically under
gravitanional force using a ticker-timer.
Introdution- A ticker-timer was connected to a low- voltage AC supply