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2 Contents Page 3 Key s Electricity Equations Electricity Page 4 Key s Dynamics and Space Equations Dynamics and Space Page 5 Key s Properties of Matter Equations Properties of Matter Page 6 and 7 Key s Waves and Radiation Equations Waves and Radiation

3 Key s Electricity alternating current The direction of the flow of charge repeatedly reverses capacitor An electronic component which stores electrical charge current The flow of charge per unit time measured in amperes direct current The direction of flow of charge is in one direction LED An electronic component which allows current to flow in one direction only; changes electrical energy into light energy LDR An electrical component that changes resistance as the light level changes (Light Up Resistance Down) parallel circuit The supply current splits up when it reaches a branch in the circuit AND The voltage across each branch equals the supply voltage potential difference A measure of how much energy is transferred to the charges in a circuit power The energy transferred per unit time resistance A measure of the opposition to the movement of charge in a circuit series circuit The same current passes through each component AND The supply voltage divides across each component thermistor An electrical component that changes resistance as the temperature level changes (Temperature Up Resistance Down)

4 Key s Dynamics and Space acceleration cosmic rays deceleration displacement free fall friction geostationary orbit gravitational field strength (g.f.s.) light year Newton projectile resultant force satellite path scalar speed terminal velocity thrust vector velocity weight work done The rate of change of velocity; an acceleration of 3ms -2 means the velocity increases by 3ms -1 every second High energy particles that arrive at Earth from space The rate of change of velocity; an deceleration of 3ms -2 means the velocity decreases by 3ms -1 every second The direct distance of a finishing point from a starting point which is quoted with its associated direction; Pythagoras and SOH CAH TOA calculations can be used to calculate the displacement When an object is falling freely due to the force of gravity A force that acts in the opposite direction to the direction of motion of an object An orbit above the Equator in which a satellite takes 24 hours to orbit the Earth The weight per unit mass The distance travelled by light in one year One Newton is equal to the force which causes an acceleration of 1ms -2 when applied to 1kg of mass An object that has been launched into the air A single force that has the same effect as adding two (or more) forces that are acting on an object A projectile path produced by a constant horizontal speed acting at the same time as a constant vertical acceleration caused by g.f.s. A physical quantity that has magnitude only The distance travelled by an object per unit time A constant velocity created when the driving force is balanced by the frictional force (the forces acting on it are balanced) Name given to a force produced by an engine A physical quantity that has magnitude and direction The displacement of an object per unit time The gravitational force acting on an object The value of energy required to move an object through a distance

5 Key s Properties of Matter absolute zero Boyle s Law Charles Law conservation of energy Kinetic Theory latent heat of fusion latent heat of vaporisation power pressure Pressure Law specific heat capacity temperature The temperature at which particles no longer have kinetic motion; the value of this temperature is 0 Kelvin or -273 o C The pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to its volume for a constant mass and temperature The volume of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature in Kelvin for a constant mass and pressure Energy is never destroyed but is always transformed into other types of energy; the total energy before a transformation is equal to the total energy after the transformation A model which explains the behaviour of particles of a gas in terms of volume, pressure and temperature The energy required to change the state of substance from a solid to a liquid The energy required to change the state of substance from a liquid to a gas The energy transferred per unit time The force per unit area The pressure of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature in Kelvin for a constant mass and volume The value of heat energy required to raise the temperature of 1kg of a substance by 1 o C A measure of the mean kinetic energy of the particles of a substance

7 Key s Waves and Radiation ionisation longitudinal waves normal period radiation weighting factor refraction tracer transverse wave trough wavelength The addition or removal of electrons from an atom, to form an ion; this can be carried out by nuclear radiation Waves in which the direction of travel of the energy is along the same direction as the oscillation of the particles A line drawn at right angles to an edge; used when drawing diagrams to represent the path of light rays The time taken for one complete wave to be produced A measure of the harmful effect on human tissue of nuclear radiation A property of waves in which the waves change speed when passing from one material to another material; this can also result in a change of direction of the wave A radioactive material injected into a human to help with the diagnosis of health problems Waves in which the direction of travel of the energy is at right angles to the oscillation of the particles The lowest part of a wave shape The distance from one position on a wave to the corresponding position on the next wave (e.g. crest to crest; trough to trough) Equations Waves and Radiation

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