Formulas for GCSE/IGCSE Physics
Kinetic Energy Elastic Potential Energy Gravitational Potential Energy Specific Heat Capacity Specific Heat Capacity Experiment Energy Transfers Examples Work Done by a Force Power and Work Done Energy Efficiency Energy from Fossil Fuels Renewable Energy
Atomic Structure and Radioactivity
Atomic Structure Alpha Scattering Experiment Radioactivity Nuclear Decay Equations Half-life Irradiation and Contamination Nuclear Fission and Fusion
Particle Model of Matter
Density Internal Energy Specific Heat Capacity Heating and Cooling Graphs Specific Latent Heat Pressure, Volume, Temperature of Gases
Current in Series Circuit Current in Parallel Circuit Charge in Circuits Energy Transfer in Circuits Potential Difference in Series Circuits Potential Difference in Parallel Circuits Potential Difference from Batteries Resistance Resistance Experiment Resistance of a Filament Light bulb Resistors in Series Circuits Resistors in Parallel Circuits Resistors in Series and Parallel Potential Dividers Light-Dependent Resistors Thermistors Diodes and LEDs Relays Electrical Energy Calculations AC and DC Current Mains Electricity Transformers Electrical Power Static Electricity Electric Fields
Scalar and Vector Quantities Contact and Non-contact Forces Weight and Gravity Resultant Forces and Vector Diagrams Work Done and Energy Transfer Forces and Elasticity Hooke's Law - Practical Moments Levers and Gears Pressure of Fluids Speed and Velocity Distance-Time Graphs Acceleration Newton's Law of Motion Acceleration - Practical Vehicle Stopping Distance Momentum
Transverse and Longitudinal Waves Properties of Waves Waves - Practical Reflection and Refraction of Waves Reflection and Refraction Practicals Sound, Ultrasound and Seismic Waves Electromagnetic Waves Convex Lens, Ray Diagrams Concave Lens, Ray Diagrams
Permanent and Induced Magnets Magnetic Fields Electromagnets Motor Generator Transformers Calculations
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