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AQA A2 Physics A Thermal Physics ISA

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    Hi has anyone done this ISA and is kind enough to advise me on what to revise? I know that specific questions aren't allowed. Should I just revise all Thermal stuff? Also, I read in another thread something about "Newton's Law of Cooling". I haven't learnt this and it isn't in the spec so do I need to know it? Also what kind of general science practical stuff should I revise (measurements, errors, etc.)? Any help is greatly appreciated
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    I think I have the same one tomorrow and have been told, volume of a cylinder(using vernier callipers), specific heat capacity and cooling curve of water and newtons law of cooling. I don't know if that is any help
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    any chance you could giveme some info on the practical please
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    I think I will be doing this one too..... What do we have to revise? :confused:
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    I too would like to know


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