UNOFFICIAL MARKSCHEME!~AQA GCSE Physics Unit 2 25th Janurary NEW SPECWatch

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6 years ago
#121
(Original post by lolface32)
Here is a little Radiation question!

If one litre of milk contaminated with iodine-131 gives a count rate of 400 counts/second, how long will it take for the count rate to fall to 25 counts/second? Half life of Iodine-131 is 8 DAYS!

Would appreciate if someone asked me a hard question btw!
32 days

How long would it take for the count rate to fall to 35.5counts/second?
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6 years ago
#122
(Original post by Dalek1099)
32 days
Well done! Can you ask me a tough question please, this forum is dead, it is only at like 9 where people will start flooding in !
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6 years ago
#123
Does anybody know where I can find the mark scheme for the Physics Unit 2 paper in June 2012???
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6 years ago
#124
(Original post by lolface32)
Well done! Can you ask me a tough question please, this forum is dead, it is only at like 9 where people will start flooding in !
I did how long for it too decay to 35.5 counts per second.
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6 years ago
#125
Question:
A small, radio-controlled flying toy is hovering in the air. It has a weight of 0.6 Newtons (N) and the fan is pushing 1.5 kg of air downwards every 10 seconds.
Calculate the velocity at which the toy is hovering.

EQUATIONS:

MOMENTUM = MASS x VELOCITY

FORCE = CHANGE IN MOMENTUM/TIME TAKEN
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6 years ago
#126
Can anyone help me with this question..? I really don't get it :/

Plutonium-239 has a half-life of 24,200 years and decays into uranium-235 with a half-life of 703 million years.

A sample of plutonium-239 of mass 0.8kg is being stored. How many years will pass before the sample contains 0.7kg of uranium-235? Show clearly how you work out your answer. (3marks)

And as for the 6 mark questions I think that there's a possibility of maybe like explaining the Rutherfords experiment and his conclusions.. Just a guess :/
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6 years ago
#127
Question:
A small, radio-controlled flying toy is hovering in the air. It has a weight of 0.6 Newtons (N) and the fan is pushing 1.5 kg of air downwards every 10 seconds.
Calculate the velocity at which the toy is hovering.

EQUATIONS:

MOMENTUM = MASS x VELOCITY

FORCE = CHANGE IN MOMENTUM/TIME TAKEN
4 m/s
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6 years ago
#128
Question:
A small, radio-controlled flying toy is hovering in the air. It has a weight of 0.6 Newtons (N) and the fan is pushing 1.5 kg of air downwards every 10 seconds.
Calculate the velocity at which the toy is hovering.

EQUATIONS:

MOMENTUM = MASS x VELOCITY

FORCE = CHANGE IN MOMENTUM/TIME TAKEN
You don't need to know this btw
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6 years ago
#129
(Original post by Efemena15)
You don't need to know this btw
No you do, why would you not need to know? Besides, it is not hard at all!
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6 years ago
#130
(Original post by Arshii)
Can anyone help me with this question..? I really don't get it :/

Plutonium-239 has a half-life of 24,200 years and decays into uranium-235 with a half-life of 703 million years.

A sample of plutonium-239 of mass 0.8kg is being stored. How many years will pass before the sample contains 0.7kg of uranium-235? Show clearly how you work out your answer. (3marks)

And as for the 6 mark questions I think that there's a possibility of maybe like explaining the Rutherfords experiment and his conclusions.. Just a guess :/
every 24,200 the mass of plutonium halves and that must turn into unranium 235 because of alpha decay so after 24,200 years there will be o.4 kg of plutonium and 0.4kg of uranium
then after another 24,200 years the o.4 kg of plutonium becomes 0.2kg of pluto and 0.2 of U (so now there is 0.6kg of U )

can you do the last step now ?
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6 years ago
#131
(Original post by techno836)
every 24,200 the mass of plutonium halves and that must turn into unranium 235 because of alpha decay so after 24,200 years there will be o.4 kg of plutonium and 0.4kg of uranium
then after another 24,200 years the o.4 kg of plutonium becomes 0.2kg of pluto and 0.2 of U (so now there is 0.6kg of U )

can you do the last step now ?
So you halve it again....
0.1kg of plutonium...
0.7kg of uranium...?
There are 3 halve lives so, 24200*3 = 72600 years...?
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6 years ago
#132
(Original post by lolface32)
No you do, why would you not need to know? Besides, it is not hard at all!
If you click on "what's changed" for p2, it says relationship between force, change in momentum and time

http://www.sciencelab.org.uk/gcses/p...ts-changed.php
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6 years ago
#133
(Original post by Efemena15)
If you click on "what's changed" for p2, it says relationship between force, change in momentum and time

http://www.sciencelab.org.uk/gcses/p...ts-changed.php
Yes but it is to do with momentum
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6 years ago
#134
(Original post by AnbarH)
Does anybody know where I can find the mark scheme for the Physics Unit 2 paper in June 2012???
AQA-PH2HP-W-MS-Jun12.pdf

Here's the mark scheme for June 2012 Physics 2 Higher Paper - new spec
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6 years ago
#135
(Original post by lolface32)
-Nuclear Fission& Fusion
- Forces in Action
-Car safety( I doubt it though)
-Stars (Doubt this to)
I have a feeling that the 6 marker will be on the advantages and disadvantages on RCCB and fuses
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6 years ago
#136
(Original post by Arshii)
So you halve it again....
0.1kg of plutonium...
0.7kg of uranium...?
There are 3 halve lives so, 24200*3 = 72600 years...?
yes
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6 years ago
#137
6 marker guys? any ideas?
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6 years ago
#138
(Original post by V.M)
I have a feeling that the 6 marker will be on the advantages and disadvantages on RCCB and fuses
I can't think of many points on that... RCCB quicker and easier to reset, but possibly more expensive originally. Fuses do the job but can be slower and costly to get the fuse repaired. Both prevent harm to appliance & user. What else?
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6 years ago
#139
(Original post by Arshii)
AQA-PH2HP-W-MS-Jun12.pdf

Here's the mark scheme for June 2012 Physics 2 Higher Paper - new spec
Thank you!!!
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6 years ago
#140
(Original post by V.M)
I have a feeling that the 6 marker will be on the advantages and disadvantages on RCCB and fuses
There is a possibility of anything coming up! So many six mark topics! I forgot about the plum & pudding model, RCCB's, Filament bulb, a very large variety!
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