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IB Physics Notes for the Year of 2015

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Covers all the required SL and HL learning topics, Centripetal acceleration, thermodynamics, Simple harmonic motion and wave properties, electric currents, gravitational fields, orbital motion, magnetic force and fields, The atom, nuclear physics, Power generation, further thermodynamics, further waves, quantum physics, data capturing and digital imaging as well as other topics.

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Nuclear physics Elementary particles Radioactivity Quantum electrodynamics Leptons Electron Forms of energy Electromagnetic radiation Radiation Binding energy Energy Photon
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Nuclear physics Elementary particles Radioactivity Quantum electrodynamics Leptons Electron Forms of energy Electromagnetic radiation Radiation Binding energy Energy Photon
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2.4 Centripetal acceleration formulas Topic 3 – Thermodynamics 3.1 Thermal energy is the transfer of energy between objects by non-mechanical methods. The Temperature of a body is a measure of the average internal kinetic energy of the particles in the substance. Three methods of transferring thermal energy • Conduction: Molecules with higher kinetic energy in a substance move around faster, hit other molecules more frequently to raise their kinetic energy. Conduction works best in fluids, and in metals rather than non-metals. • Convection: Where energy moves along with the flow of the particles. When you heat up the bottom of a water bottle the water molecules at the bottom of the bottle have more kinetic energy, this means they move further and faster which decreases the local density. The cold higher density ...
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