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A-level Physics[edit]

OCR B (Advancing Physics)[edit]

AS
Optics
Lenses
Refraction
Communications
Digital Storage
Digital Processing
Digitisation
Signal Frequencies
Bandwidth
Electricity
Charge
Current
Voltage
Power
Resistance and Conductance
Internal Resistance
Potential Dividers
Sensors
Resistivity and Conductivity
Semiconductors
Material Structure
Stress, Strain & the Young Modulus
Metals
Polymers
Waves
What is a wave?
Phasors
Standing Waves
Young's Slits
Diffraction
Finding the Distance of a Remote Object
Quantum Physics
Light
Quantum Behaviour
Electron Behaviour
Mechanics
Vectors
Graphs
Kinematics
Forces and Power
A2
Decay
Exponential Relationships
Capacitors
Radioactive Decay
Half-lives
Gravity
Force
Field
Potential Energy
Potential
Mechanics
Simple Harmonic Motion
Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
Damping
Resonance
Conservation of Momentum
Forces and Impulse in Collisions
Rockets, Hoses and Machine Guns
Circular Motion
Astrophysics
Radar and Triangulation
Large Units
Orbits
Doppler Effect
The Big Bang
Thermodynamics
Heat and Energy
Specific Heat Capacity
Ideal Gases
Kinetic Theory
Boltzmann Factor
Magnetic Fields
Flux
Induction
Force
Transformers
Motors
Generators
Electric Fields
Force
Field
Potential
Potential Energy
Particle Physics
The Standard Model
Quarks
Bosons
Leptons
Millikan's Experiment
Pair Production and Annihilation
Particle Accelerators
Cloud Chambers and Mass Spectrometers
Nuclear Physics
Quantum Principles
Radioactive Emissions
Energy Levels
Fission
Fusion
Binding Energy
Risks, Doses and Dose Equivalents
Appendices
Trigonometry
Logarithms
Delta - 'difference in'
Sigma - 'sum of'
Derivation of Equations for Simple Harmonic Motion
Worked Solutions
Lenses
Refraction
Digital Storage
Digital Processing
Digitisation
Signal Frequencies
Bandwidth
Charge
Current
Voltage
Power
Resistance and Conductance
Internal Resistance
Potential Dividers
Sensors
Resistivity and Conductivity
Semiconductors
Stress, Strain & the Young Modulus
Metals
Polymers
What is a wave?
Phasors
Standing Waves
Young's Slits
Diffraction
Light
Electron Behaviour
Vectors
Graphs
Kinematics
Forces and Power
Exponential Relationships
Capacitors
Radioactive Decay
Half-lives
Gravitational Force
Gravitational Field
Gravitational Potential Energy
Gravitational Potential
Simple Harmonic Motion
Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
Damping
Conservation of Momentum
Forces and Impulse in Collisions
Rockets, Hoses and Machine Guns
Circular Motion
Radar and Triangulation
Large Units
Orbits
Doppler Effect
The Big Bang
Heat and Energy
Specific Heat Capacity
Ideal Gases
Kinetic Theory
Boltzmann Factor
Magnetic Flux
Induction
Magnetic Force
Transformers
Motors
Generators
Electric Force
Electric Field
Electric Potential
Electric Potential Energy
The Standard Model
Quarks
Bosons
Leptons
Millikan's Experiment
Pair Production and Annihilation
Particle Accelerators
Cloud Chambers and Mass Spectrometers
Radioactive Emissions
Energy Levels
Fission
Fusion
Binding Energy
Risks, Doses and Dose Equivalents