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What are some good ideas for an EPQ linked with chemistry/physics?
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What are some good ideas for an EPQ linked with chemistry/physics?
I've asked a friend who did an EPQ based on those subjects, and here's a suggestion from their topic:
  • the evolution in physics of guitars/musical instruments.

Most of them linked them with biology - I believe the biology of zombies being real could link in nicely with both chemistry and physics.

I hope this helps!
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What are some good ideas for an EPQ linked with chemistry/physics?
What particular fields in chemistry/physics are you interested in the most? That could help us narrow it down
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i think EPQ is a good time to do an extensive research on a topic completely foreign to you. As oppose to one you are familiar with
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What are some good ideas for an EPQ linked with chemistry/physics?
You can do a lot about space due to your interest in physics e.g Astrophiscs, watch some of kurtgesagt's videos on YouTube about space their really interesting and have millions of views they will give you ideas.
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You can do a lot about space due to your interest in physics e.g Astrophiscs, watch some of kurtgesagt's videos on YouTube about space their really interesting and have millions of views they will give you ideas.


Thank you I will have a look on YouTube now
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What particular fields in chemistry/physics are you interested in the most? That could help us narrow it down


This probably isn't helpful because I'm really open with chemistry and interested in the molecular side of physics.
I thought about doing optical isomerism at first but have drifted from the idea now
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This probably isn't helpful because I'm really open with chemistry and interested in the molecular side of physics.
I thought about doing optical isomerism at first but have drifted from the idea now
Maybe do some light reading, you will discover certain aspects that you really find interesting, eg before I did my EPQ I knew I was interested in biology and geography, it wasn't until I did a bit of reading until I discovered I have a particular interest in cyanobacteria and phytoplankton. Don't be afraid to explore your subject area to find things that really spark your passion
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