Pearson Physics 12 Western Australia eBook

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Pearson Physics 12 Western Australia eBook

By Greg Moran, Geoff Lewis, Elke McKay, Tracey Fisher, Doug Bail more
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Table of contents
  • 1 The Force due to Gravity
  • 1.1 Newton’s law of universal gravitation
  • 1.2 Gravitational Fields
  • 1.3 Work in a gravitational Field
  • 2 Motion in a Gravitational Field
  • 2.1 Inclined Planes
  • 2.2 Projectiles Launched Horizontally
  • 2.3 Projectiles Launched Obliquely
  • 2.4 Circular Motion in a Horizontal Plane
  • 2.5 Circular Motion on Banked Tracks
  • 2.6 Circular Motion in a Vertical Plane
  • 2.7 Satellite Motion
  • 3 Equilibrium of Forces
  • 3.1 Torque
  • 3.2 Equilibrium of Forces
  • 3.3 Static Equilibrium
  • 4 Electric Fields
  • 4.1 The Electric Field
  • 4.2 Coulomb’s Law
  • 4.3 Work Done in an Electric Field
  • 5 Magnetic Field and Force
  • 5.1 The Magnetic Field
  • 5.2 Forces on Charged Objects
  • 5.3 The Force on a Conductor
  • 6 Magnetic Field and EMF
  • 6.1 Induced EMF in a Conductor Moving in a Magnetic Field
  • 6.2 Induced EMF From a Changing Magnetic Flux
  • 6.3 Lenz’s Law
  • 6.4 Transforming Voltage Using Changing Magnetic Flux
  • 7 Wave Particle Duality and Quantum Theory
  • 7.1 Properties of Waves in Two Dimensions
  • 7.2 Evidence for the Wave Model of Light
  • 7.3 Electromagnetic Waves
  • 7.4 Blackbody Radiation and the Photoelectric Effect
  • 7.5 Atomic Spectra
  • 7.6 The Quantum Nature of Matter
  • 8 Special Relativity
  • 8.1 Galilean Relativity and Newtonian Physics
  • 8.2 Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity
  • 8.3 Time Dilation
  • 8.4 Length Contraction
  • 8.5 Relativistic Momentum and Energy
  • 9 The Standard Model
  • 9.1 Particles of the Standard Model
  • 9.2 Interactions Between Particles
  • 9.3 Particle Accelerators
  • 9.4 Expansion of the Universe
  • 10 Practical Investigation
  • 11.1 Designing and planning the investigation
  • 11.2 Conducting investigations and recording and presenting data
  • 11.3 Discussing investigations and drawing evidence-based conclusions
  • Appendix

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