2016 AQA Physics Unit 1 - Unofficial Mark scheme Watch

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(Original post by Ram235)
I know you have read it during revision but firstly when u think about it, diffraction increases when the wavelength is longer in comparison to the gap. I have checked with numerous people and all the physics teachers at my school agreed with me , trust me I'm 110% sure I'm right !!
I agree with rihana.c... I am pretty sure diffraction is greatest when the gap is the same size as the wavelength. If you check bbc bitesize, it says "When a wave passes through a gap the diffraction effect is greatest when the width of the gap is about the same size as the wavelength of the wave."
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Yeah I got that I think it's right
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I'll just be on my way to purchase a bottle of bleach
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Why is the very first calculation was 340m/s? thanks
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(Original post by epoddoulc)
I'll just be on my way to purchase a bottle of bleach
*insert funny reference to Eva Smith*
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You forgot to subtract that from 100, so 100 - 22 = 78*C
i almost wrote 22 THANK GOD I DIDN'T
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(Original post by Ingu28)
*insert funny reference to Eva Smith*
I literally have no idea who that is lol
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For the 2 factors that effect the energy transfer of the mug, I put the surface area of the mug and the material the mug is sitting on. Is that correct? (Near the end of the paper)


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(Original post by epoddoulc)
I literally have no idea who that is lol
She's a character from 'An Inspector Calls' which I studied for AQA English Literature. She drank disinfectant in the play.
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For the disadvantages of nuclear power stations, would I get the mark if I said "They carry risks of a major catastrophe, since nuclear fuels are involved"?
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For 7, would dark matter/energy be acceptable?
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Was the six marker not about the hydroelectric dams but turbines in water?! I talked about damage to habitats and possible flooding as disadvantage.Are hydroelectric generators the same thing (I know the hill thing has a turbine but I don't know if that's what they were asking)
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Was the six marker not about the hydroelectric dams but turbines in water?! I talked about damage to habitats and possible flooding as disadvantage.Are hydroelectric generators the same thing (I know the hill thing has a turbine but I don't know if that's what they were asking)
about generating electricity not habitat destruction
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Can you do a foundation mark scheme?
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(Original post by Ingu28)
She's a character from 'An Inspector Calls' which I studied for AQA English Literature. She drank disinfectant in the play.
Ah, I see...
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about generating electricity not habitat destruction
Yeah I meant about the actual method itself; were they going to put turbines in the rivers or use the dams?
I thought I had that six marker...
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would it be acceptable on the mug question about energy transfer to say that the surface area of the mug, the liquid exposed affects the rate?
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(Original post by Tonkii)
Yeah I meant about the actual method itself; were they going to put turbines in the rivers or use the dams?
I thought I had that six marker...
I was careful about that because it might not count but I suppose you will get the mark
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I think I got about 48/49; I hoping I get an A!
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I think I got about 48/49; I hoping I get an A!
That would be a solid A maybe even A*
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