GCSE Physics 9-1 Specification

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  • GCSE Physics
    • Energy
      • Energy changes in a system, and the ways energy is stored before and after such changes
        • Energy Stores and Systems
        • Changes in Energy
        • Energy Changes in systems
        • Power
      • Conservation and Dissipation of Energy
        • Energy Transfers in a System
        • Efficiency
      • National and Global energy resources
    • Electricity
      • Current, Potential Difference and Resistance
        • Standard circuit diagram symbols
        • Electrical Charge and Current
        • Current, Resistance and Potential Difference
        • Resistors
      • Series and Parallel Circuits
      • Domestic Uses and Safety
        • Direct and Alternating Potential Difference
        • Mains Electricity
      • Energy Transfers
        • Power
        • Energy Transfers in everyday Appliances
        • The National Grid
      • Static Electricity
        • Static Charge
        • Electric Fields
    • Atomic Structure
      • Atoms and Isotopes
        • The Structure of an Atom
        • Mass Number, Atomic Number and Isotopes
        • The Development of the Model of the Atom
      • Atoms and Nuclear Radiation
        • Radioactive Decay and Nuclear Radiation
        • Nuclear Equations
        • Half-lives and the random Nature of Radioactive Decay
        • Radioactive Contamination
      • Hazards and Uses of Radioactive Emissions and of Background Rdiation
        • Background Radiation
        • Different Half-Lives of Radioactive Isotopes
        • Uses of Nuclear Radiation
      • Nuclear Fission and Fusion
        • Nuclear Fusiion
        • Nuclear Fission
    • Particle Model of Matter
      • Changes of State and The Particle Model
        • Density of Materials
        • Changes of State
      • Internal Energy and Energy Transfers
        • Internal Energy
        • Temperature changes in a System and Specific Heat Capacity
        • Changes of Heat and Specific Latent Heat
      • Particle Model and Pressure
        • Particle Motion in Gases
        • Pressure in Gases
        • Increasing the Pressure of a Gas
    • Forces
      • Forces and their Interactions
        • Scalar and Vector Quatities
        • Contact and Non-Contact Forces
        • Gravity
        • Resultant Forces
      • Work Done and Energy Transfer
      • Forces and Elasticity
      • Momentum, Levers and Gears
      • Pressure and Pressure in Fluids
        • Pressure in a Fluid
        • Atmospheric Pressure
      • Forces and Motion
        • Describing Motion along a Line
          • Distance and Displacement
          • Speed
          • Velocity
          • The Distance-Time Relationship
          • Acceleration
        • Forces, Acceleration and Newton's laws of motion
          • Newton's first law
          • Newton's second law
          • Newton's third law
          • Forces and braking
            • Stopping distance
            • Reaction time
            • Factors affecting braking Distance
        • Momentum
          • Momentm is a property of moving objects
          • Conservation of momentum
          • Changes in momentum
    • Waves
      • Waves in air, fluids and solids
        • Transverse and longitudinal waves
        • Properties of waves
        • Reflection of waves
        • Sound waves
        • Waves for detection and exploration
      • Electromagnetic waves
        • Types of electromagnetic waves
        • Properties of electromagnetic waves
        • Uses and applications of electromagnetic waves
        • Lenses
        • Visible light
      • Black body radiation
        • Emission and absorption of infrared radiation
        • Perfect black bodies and radiation
    • Magnetism and Electromagnetism
      • Permeant and induced magnetism, magnetic forces and fields
        • Poles of a magnet
        • Magnetic fields
      • The motor effect
        • Electromagnetism
        • Flemming's left hand rule
        • Electric motors
        • Loudspeakers
      • Induced potential, transformers and the national grid
        • Induced potential
        • Uses of the generation effect
        • Microphones
        • Transformers
    • Space Physics
      • Solar system, stability of orbital motions; satelites
        • Our solar system
        • The life cycle of a star
        • Orbital motion, artificial and natural satelites
        • Red-shift

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