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FORMULAE
You may find the following formulae useful.
pressure temperature (Kelvin)
TP
11

=
TP
22

pressure volume temperature (Kelvin)
=
constant P ×
VT
=
PT×
V
kinetic energy = electronic charge × accelerating voltage KE = e × V
work done = force × distance moved in the…

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P
1 time period
1
intensity
=f
=
T
= power of incident area
radiation
I
=
PA
2


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Leave blank 1. Zoë is investigating what happens to the volume of a gas when its temperature is
increased. The diagrams show the equipment that she uses.
The graph shows her results.
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Surname Initial(s) Centre
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504901
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FORMULAE
You may find the following formulae useful.
pressure temperature (Kelvin)
TP
11

=
TP
22

pressure volume temperature (Kelvin)
=
constant P ×
VT
=
PT×
V
kinetic energy = electronic charge × accelerating voltage KE = e × V
work done = force × distance moved in the…

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P
1 time period
1
intensity
=f
=
T
= power of incident area
radiation
I
=
PA
2


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Leave blank 1. Zoë is investigating what happens to the volume of a gas when its temperature is
increased. The diagrams show the equipment that she uses.
The graph shows her results.
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4


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