(Original post by Jukeboxing)
I suspect these will be asked:
Describe the uses and benefits of using light-emitting diodes.
Describe an experiment to obtain the I-V characteristics of a resistor at constant temperature, filament lamp and light emitting diode.
Define the Coulomb
Explain that electric current is a net flow of charged particles
Describe the difference betwen conductors, semiconductors and insulators in terms of the number density n.
Explain the meaning of the term Terminal P.d.
Explain what is meant by reflection and refraction.
State typical values for the wavelengths of the different regions of the EM spectrum.
Describe some practical uses of EM waves.
Recall and use Malus law
State principle of superposition
Apply graphical methods to illustrate the principle of superposition
Describe Experiments that demonstrate two-source interference using sound, light and microwaves.
Describe Young double slit experiment.
Describe experiment to determine wavelenght of monochromatic light.
Describe similarities and differences between progressive and stationary waves.
Define and use the terms the fundamental mode of vibration and harmonics
Determine the speed of sound in air from measurements on stationary waves in a pipe closed at one end.
Define and use the terms work function and threshold frequency.
Use einsteins equation hf = work function + KEmax
Explain that diffractions of elctrons by matter can be used to determine arrangements of atoms and size of nuclei
Describe origin of emission and absoption line spectra
Describe and experiment using LEDs to estimate plancks constant
Let me know if anythings been asked already or if i'm missing something.