# Edexcel Physics A2 Unit 5

For Edexcel Unit 5 Physics

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• Created by: Lauren
• Created on: 02-06-10 15:03
The value of absolute zero in Celsius is...
-273
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The value of specific heat capacity can be determined by...
Making an experiment using an electric heater to raise the temperature and a data logger to record the temperature change
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When done in a school lab the value for specific heat capacity could be accurate to...
10%
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A more accurate value can be obtained by...
Insulating the material
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The realtionship between power, P, and energy, E, is...
E= P x t
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Absolute zero is...
The temperature at which all the kinetic energy has been taken out of an object
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The symbol for specific heat capacity is...
Only the potential energy needed to change the temperature of 1g of material by 1K.
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The accuacy is affected because...
Energy is used to heat up the heater and connections
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In the equation, pV=NkT, what does k represent?
The Boltzmann constant
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The internal energy, U, is...
The sum of the kinetic and potential energy in sample
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### Card 2

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The value of specific heat capacity can be determined by...

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Making an experiment using an electric heater to raise the temperature and a data logger to record the temperature change

### Card 3

#### Front

When done in a school lab the value for specific heat capacity could be accurate to...

### Card 4

#### Front

A more accurate value can be obtained by...

### Card 5

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The realtionship between power, P, and energy, E, is...

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Q6 says "The SYMBOL..." yet the answer is a sentance???

Q8 depends on the equipment in a school...

But apart from that... nice little test =D

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Question 6 requests a symbol - not to mention the specific heat capacity is the energy required to raise one kilogram of a material by 1K or 1'C. Other than that it's a sweet quiz, definitely showed me how I'm doing! :)

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Nice!

Q6 was weird,though.

But it helped me know where I stand,

Thanks!!

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