Pearson Physics 12 New South Wales eBook

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Pearson Physics 12 New South Wales eBook

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Table of contents
  • Chapter 1: Working scientifically
  • Chapter 2: Projectile motion
  • Chapter 3: Circular motion
  • Chapter 4: Motion in gravitational fields
  • Module 5 Review
  • Chapter 5: Charged particles, conductors and electric and magnetic fields
  • Chapter 6: The motor effect
  • Chapter 7: Electromagnetic induction
  • Chapter 8: Applications of the motor effect
  • Module 6 Review
  • Chapter 9: Electromagnetic spectrum
  • Chapter 10: Light: Wave model
  • Chapter 11: Light: Quantum model
  • Chapter 12: Light and special relativity
  • Module 7 Review
  • Chapter 13: Origins of the elements
  • Chapter 14: The structure of the atom
  • Chapter 15: Quantum mechanical nature of the atom
  • Chapter 16: Properties of the nucleus
  • Chapter 17: Deep inside the atom
  • Module 8 Review
  • Glossary

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