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10 Of 2S-Physics

10 of 2’s! – Physics 1

Energy

  1. Name 2 examples of energy stores.
  2. Name 2 examples of energy transfers.
  3. Name 2 equations for calculating potential energy. (Elastic and Gravitational)
  4. Name 2 safety precautions when investigating specific heat capacity.
  5. Name 2 units of Power.
  6. Name 2 destinations of energy according to the conservation of energy.
  7. Name 2 methods to reduce unwanted energy transfers.
  8. Name 2 equations to calculate efficiency.
  9. Name 2 non-renewable energy resources.
  10. Name 2 renewable energy resources.

Electricity

  1. Name 2 electrical components and draw their symbols.
  2. Name 2 equations that link charge, Q.
  3. Name 2 equations that link voltage and current.
  4. Name 2 examples of resistors.
  5. Name 2 I-V graphs and construct a sketch graph of them.
  6. Name 2 rules for series circuits.
  7. Name 2 rules for parallel circuits.
  8. Name 2 properties of main’s electricity.
  9. Name 2 wires in the plug, their colour and their function.
  10. Name 2 stages of the National Grid.

 

Particle Model of Matter

  1. Name 2 states of matter.
  2. Name 2 methods for calculating the density of objects.
  3. Name 2 energy forms that make-up internal energy.
  4. Name 2 properties of a substance with a high internal energy.
  5. Name 2 properties of a substance with a low internal energy.
  6. Name 2 types of specific latent heat.
  7. Name 2 changes of state.
  8. Name 2 outcomes when a substance changes from a solid to liquid.
  9. Name 2 outcomes when a bike tyre is pumped up.
  10. Name 2 dangers of heating a deodorant can.

Atomic Structure

  1. Name 2 sub-atomic particles found in the nucleus.
  2. Name 2 models of the atom.
  3. Name 2 differences between atomic number and mass number.
  4. Name 2 examples of ionising radiation.
  5. Name 2 properties of alpha radiation.
  6. Name 2 properties of beta radiation.
  7. Name 2 properties of gamma radiation.
  8. Name 2 differences between contamination and irradiation.
  9. Name 2 types of nuclear power.
  10. Name 2 examples of background radiation.

10 of 2’s! – Physics 2

Forces

  1. Name 2 examples of contact forces.
  2. Name 2 examples of non-contact forces.
  3. Name 2 scalar quantities.
  4. Name 2 vector quantities.
  5. Name 2 equations that contain a force.
  6. Name 2 typical values for the motion of an individual.
  7. Name 2 equations that can be used to calculate acceleration.
  8. Name 2 examples of Newton’s Laws and define them.
  9. Name 2 factors that can affect the stopping distance.
  10. Name 2 factors that affect the momentum of an object.

Waves

  1. Name 2 examples of a wave.
  2. Name 2 properties of a transverse wave.
  3. Name 2 properties of a longitudinal wave.
  4. Name 2 methods to measure the wavelength of wave.
  5. Name 2 waves that can be used for detection and exploration.
  6. Name 2 examples of electromagnetic waves.
  7. Name 2 properties of electromagnetic waves.
  8. Name 2 uses of microwaves.
  9. Name 2 examples of lenses.
  10. Name 2 uses of infrared radiation.

Magnets and Electromagnetism.

  1. Name 2 poles of a magnet.
  2. Name 2 types of magnet.
  3. Name 2 differences between a permanent magnet and induced magnet.
  4. Name 2 uses of electromagnets.
  5. Name 2 pieces of equipment needed to draw a magnetic field.
  6. Name 2 factors that can increase the strength of a solenoid.
  7. Name 2 things needed to predict direction using the Left Hand Rule.
  8. Name 2 factors that can affect the size of the force acting on a wire.
  9. Name 2 types of transformers.
  10. Name 2 factors that can change the direction of induced potential difference.

Space Physics

  1. Name 2 sources of material for a star.
  2. Name 2 examples of inner planets.
  3. Name 2 examples of outer planets.
  4. Name 2 differences between a dwarf planet and a planet.
  5. Name 2 differences between natural and artificial satellites.
  6. Name 2 impacts of an incorrect speed on the orbit of a satellite.
  7. Name 2 outcomes of a main sequence star in its life cycle.
  8. Name 2 outcomes of a supernova in the life cycle of a star.
  9. Name 2 similarities between a Red Giant and Red Supergiant.
  10. Name 2 pieces of evidence for the Big Bang.

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