Heinemann Physics 11 eBook, 4th Edition

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Heinemann Physics 11 eBook, 4th Edition

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Table of contents

    UNIT 1: What ideas explain the physical world? 

  1. Heating processes
  2. Applying thermodynamic principles
  3. Electrical physics
  4. Practical electrical circuits
  5. The origins of everything
  6. Particles in the nucleus
  7. Energy from the atom

    UNIT 2: What do experiments reveal about the physical world?

  8. Scalars and vectors
  9. Linear motion
  10. Momentum and force
  11. Equilibrium of forces
  12. Energy, work and power
  13. Stars (eBook chapter only)
  14. Forces in the human body  (eBook chapter only)
  15. Energy from nuclear power  (eBook chapter only)
  16. Nuclear medicine  (eBook chapter only)
  17. Particle accelerators (eBook chapter only)
  18. Sport  (eBook chapter only)
  19. Practical investigation

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