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    (Original post by smudge_smiff)
    Do we need to know how to calculate the Ionisation energy!?

    I cant find it on the 2016 spec anywhere.
    In terms of energy levels yes we do
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    (Original post by runningcat)
    In terms of energy levels yes we do
    So just hf=E1-E2??
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    (Original post by WhyAlwaysMe?!)
    No, paper 2 is.


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    I thought the breadth paper had the multiple choices?
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    (Original post by grimApocalypse)
    I thought the breadth paper had the multiple choices?
    I think you're mixing up OCR and AQA - AQA's multiple choice questions are on the second paper.


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    (Original post by Inam97)
    Guys does anyone have a list of all the experiments you need to know for the new spec for AS physics (AQA)Thanks
    My textbook says mentions that these are the ones required
    nvestigating the vibrations of a stretched string
    Investigating interference using young's double slit experiment
    Measuring the accelerations of a falling object
    Measuring the young's modulus of a wire
    Measuring the resistivity of the material of a wire
    Measuring the emf and the internal resistance of a cell or a battery
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    (Original post by WhyAlwaysMe?!)
    I think you're mixing up OCR and AQA - AQA's multiple choice questions are on the second paper.


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    woops sorry, forgot my exam board for a second there
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    (Original post by smudge_smiff)
    So just hf=E1-E2??
    that and the definition of ionisation energy, I saw it as a potential question
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    (Original post by SakuraE)
    My textbook says mentions that these are the ones required
    nvestigating the vibrations of a stretched string
    Investigating interference using young's double slit experiment
    Measuring the accelerations of a falling object
    Measuring the young's modulus of a wire
    Measuring the resistivity of the material of a wire
    Measuring the emf and the internal resistance of a cell or a battery
    What would you say about the vibrations of a stretched string experiment and the measuring the emf and internal resistance of a cell/battery experiment?
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    Do we need to know the experiments for the paper tomorrow? I thought it only came up on paper 2...
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    (Original post by Lukazztic)
    Do we need to know the experiments for the paper tomorrow? I thought it only came up on paper 2...
    You're right, it's just for paper 2 we need to know experiments, and multiple choice as well.
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    (Original post by spidle)
    You're right, it's just for paper 2 we need to know experiments, and multiple choice as well.
    And tomorrow's exam is just more or less the entire course... Can't say I'm feeling ecstatic about it to be honest - good luck for tomorrow!
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    (Original post by Lukazztic)
    And tomorrow's exam is just more or less the entire course... Can't say I'm feeling ecstatic about it to be honest - good luck for tomorrow!
    Pretty much yeah.. Good luck.
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    why are the specimen papers so difficult ?
    anyone agree with me ?
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    (Original post by money-for-all)
    why are the specimen papers so difficult ?
    anyone agree with me ?
    Yeeeees I agree
    For Specimen Paper 1, can anybody explain WHY question 1.2 is the Strong Nuclear Force? My physics teacher couldn't; I'm a bit unsure as to what I would put if I have to justify my answer. Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by Kazemaru99)
    Yeeeees I agree
    For Specimen Paper 1, can anybody explain WHY question 1.2 is the Strong Nuclear Force? My physics teacher couldn't; I'm a bit unsure as to what I would put if I have to justify my answer. Thanks in advance
    I think it is because 2 hadrons are interactiing with one another, and the hadrons only interact via the strong nuclear force.

    can someone else please confirm my statement though^^^ ?
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    Is the content the same on both papers? Or are the modules split between them?
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    (Original post by money-for-all)
    I think it is because 2 hadrons are interactiing with one another, and the hadrons only interact via the strong nuclear force.

    can someone else please confirm my statement though^^^ ?
    Ahh thank you so much! That sounds right haha ^-^
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    (Original post by Lauren99)
    Is the content the same on both papers? Or are the modules split between them?
    As far as I know, both AS Papers will test all of the topics/modules, so:

    Measurements and Their Errors
    Particles and Radiation
    Waves
    Mechanics and Materials
    Electricity

    The only difference between paper 1 and 2 is that paper 2 will have a multiple choice section and will also test the required practicals
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    (Original post by money-for-all)
    I think it is because 2 hadrons are interactiing with one another, and the hadrons only interact via the strong nuclear force.

    can someone else please confirm my statement though^^^ ?
    (Original post by Kazemaru99)
    Ahh thank you so much! That sounds right haha ^-^
    That's not the actual reason, the reason is that strange particles are created in pairs via the strong nuclear force. They decay through the weak interaction.
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    (Original post by TheRealInjustice)
    That's not the actual reason, the reason is that strange particles are created in pairs via the strong nuclear force. They decay through the weak interaction.
    Thank you sooo much
 
 
 
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