Introducing the Pearson Physics 11 Western Australia student book. Fully aligned to the WA Syllabus.
- An exact match to the Western Australian Physics Syllabus
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Table of contents
- 1 Heating Processes
- 1.1 The Kinetic Particle Model
- 1.2 Specific Heat Capacity
- 1.3 Latent Heat
- 1.4 Heating and Cooling
- 2 Moving Heat Around
- 2.1 Work and Efficiency
- 2.2 Conduction
- 2.3 Convection
- 2.4 Radiation
- 3 Radioactivity and Radiation
- 3.1 Atoms, Isotopes, Radioisotopes, and Artificial Transmutation
- 3.2 Radioactivity
- 3.3 Properties of Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Radiation
- 3.4 Half-life and Activity of Radioisotopes
- 3.5 Radiation Dose and its Effect on Humans
- 4 Fission and Fusion
- 4.1 Nuclear Fission and Energy
- 4.2 Chain Reactions and Nuclear Reactions
- 4.3 Nuclear Fusion
- 5 Electrical Physics
- 5.1 The Behaviour of Charged Particles
- 5.2 Electrical Currents and Circuits
- 5.3 Energy in Electric Circuits
- 5.4 Resistance
- 5.5 Circuit Design
- 6 Scalars and Vectors
- 6.1 Scalar and Vector Quantities
- 6.2 Adding Vectors in One and Two Dimensions
- 6.3 Subtracting Vectors in One and Two Dimensions
- 6.4 Vector Components
- 7 Linear Motion
- 7.1 Displacement, Speed, and Velocity
- 7.2 Acceleration
- 7.3 Graphing Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration Over Time
- 7.4 Equations for Uniform Acceleration
- 7.5 Vertical Motion
- 8 Momentum and Forces
- 8.1 Momentum and Conservation of Momentum
- 8.2 Change in Momentum and Impulse
- 8.3 Inertia and Newton’s First Law
- 8.4 Newton’s Second Law
- 8.5 Newton’s Third Law
- 8.6 Impulse and Force
- 8.7 Mass and Weight
- 9 Work Energy and Power
- 9.1 Energy and Work
- 9.2 Kinetic Energy
- 9.3 Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
- 9.4 Gravitational Potential Energy
- 9.5 Law of Conservation of Energy
- 9.6 Power
- 10 The Nature of Waves
- 10.1 Longitudinal Wave
- 10.2 Representing Waves
- 10.3 Wave Behaviours: Reflection and Refraction
- 10.4 Wave Interactions - Superposition
- 10.5 Standing Waves
- 10.6 Wave Intensity
- 11 Practical Investigation
- 11.1 Designing and planning the investigation
- 11.2 Conducting investigations and recording and presenting data
- 11.3 Discussing investigations and drawing evidence-based conclusions
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