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Guys look what I found all the grade boundries !!!


DONT BE SCARED THEY ARE QUITE LOW GOOD LUCK

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anybody know a good way of remembering order of wavelength in electromagnetic spectrum?
Red Minicoopers In Venice Use Extra Gas.
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Q6 b) ii) Worked out the kenetic energy of the electron, need to work out the speed.
You're supposed to use 1/2mv^2, but isn't an electrons mass something like 1/1200, and the mark scheme is using m= 9.1x10^-31?
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Q6 b) ii) Worked out the kenetic energy of the electron, need to work out the speed.
You're supposed to use 1/2mv^2, but isn't an electrons mass something like 1/1200, and the mark scheme is using m= 9.1x10^-31?
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electron rest mass is 9.11x10^-31
its on the data sheet brah
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Bloody hell it was 56/100 for an A in Jan 2010!!? There is hope, there is hope.
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(Original post by Dizzie31)
electron rest mass is 9.11x10^-31
its on the data sheet brah
Dayumm, completely forgot about that side of the sheet. Thanks :rolleyes:
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Bloody hell it was 56/100 for an A in Jan 2010!!? There is hope, there is hope.
Imagine it is the same ! It should be a some sort of reallly hard x10 power 1000 !!!! exam !!!
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i only prepared for bio then less for chem and nearly none for physics, tho somehow i got b in mock cant do it in past papers now!
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Could someone help me for this? part ii) that is

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Could someone help me for this? part ii) that is

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Is this answer Wavelength over 2 or (2n+1)/2 * wavelength?
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Is this answer Wavelength over 2 or (2n+1)/2 * wavelength?
The MS says this ii) 6 x (2n + 1)/2 x10-7 (m) where n = 0, 1,2, etc.
EDIT: your answer looks right. Why did you multiply it by wavelength though?
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Can someone explain to me question 3a in June 2012. http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/131308-...nd-photons.pdf


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So what's with the new specification? On the OCR website it indicates it's been changed somehow...Anything extra to revise for?
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can someone explain malus's law again what does theta actually mean?
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can someone explain malus's law again what does theta actually mean?
i=I(zero in brackets) cos squared theta


the i zero in brackets is intensity of incident light

what it means is, the angle you have the polaroid or grid at determines the intensity coming out the other side.

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Can someone explain to me question 3a in June 2012. http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/131308-...nd-photons.pdf


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Well, as the thermistor is heated, its resistance decreases. So this means total resistance in the circuit decreases. If resistance decreases, you can see with the equation V=IR, (I= V/R) current increases. This is because the electrons have less resistance to move against.
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so the theta means the angle of polarising filter and light?
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I finally did well in Mechanics now it'll all get pooped-up because of this darn unit :cry2:
I never stay up this late before an exam, it tells you something!
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Well, as the thermistor is heated, its resistance decreases. So this means total resistance in the circuit decreases. If resistance decreases, you can see with the equation V=IR, (I= V/R) current increases. This is because the electrons have less resistance to move against.
But if resistance decreases, shouldn't the ratio of resistance/voltage increase to the other component instead of the total resistance decreasing?
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Can someone explain E.M.F. vs P.D.?
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