Heinemann Physics 12 eBook, 4th Edition

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Heinemann Physics 12 eBook, 4th Edition

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Table of contents
  • Unit 3: How do fields explain motion and electricity?
  • AREA OF STUDY 1 How do things move without contact?
  • Chapter 1 Gravity 1
  • Chapter 2 Electric and magnetic fields
  • Chapter 3 Applications of fields
  • AREA OF STUDY 2 How are fields used to move electrical energy?
  • Chapter 4 Electromagnetic induction and transmission of electricity
  • AREA OF STUDY 3 How fast can things go?
  • Chapter 5 Newtonian theories of motion
  • Chapter 6 Special relativity
  • Chapter 7 The relationship between force, energy and mass
  • Unit 4: How can two contradictory models explain both light and matter?
  • AREA OF STUDY 1 How can waves explain the behaviour of light? and AREA OF STUDY 2 How are light and matter similar?
  • Chapter 8 Properties of mechanical waves
  • Chapter 9 The nature of light
  • Chapter 10 Light and matter
  • Area of Study 1 Review
  • Area of Study 2 Review
  • APPENDIX A SI units
  • APPENDIX B Understanding measurement

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