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This HASN'T got everything, this is just the stuff I need to remember

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  • Physics
    • P4
      • Negative and  positive charge
      • Static electricity
        • Electrostatic precipitators
        • Electric shocks
      • Electric circuits
        • Potential difference
        • Current and voltage
        • Resistance
      • Ultrasound waves
        • Compression
        • Rarefraction
        • Scans
      • Nuclear power
        • How electricity is produced
          • How atoms release energy
        • Chain reactions
      • Nuclear radiation
        • Types of radiation
          • Background radiation
        • Radioactive dating
    • P5
      • Light rays
        • Incident angles
        • Critical angles
        • Glass and air
        • The visible light spectrum
        • Prism
      • Satellites
        • Artificial/ manmade
        • Natural
          • Moons
        • Geostationary
      • Orbits
        • Elliptical/ circular
        • Centripetal force
      • Speed
        • Scalar/ vector quantity
        • Acceleration and velocity
      • Plane polarising
    • P6
      • Magnetic currents
      • Magnetic fields and force
      • Transformers
        • Diodes
        • Bridge rectifier
        • Capacitator
        • Peak output voltage
      • Voltage/ current graphs
      • NOR Gate
    • P1
      • P and S waves
        • Longitudinal or transverse
      • Earth's structure
      • Digital/ analogue signals
        • Wireless technology
      • Types of energy transfer
        • Radiation/ Convection/ Conduction
      • Efficiency
      • Power
        • Peak/ off-peak
    • P2 & 3
      • Big bang theory evidence
        • All the Galaxies are drifting away so they all were once in the same place
        • In all directions one can detect "background radiation" which is a residual from the Big Bang
      • Car safety
      • GPE  and KE
        • Terminal velocity
      • AC and DC

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