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Complete Physics for Cambridge IGCSE® Online Student Book

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Author Stephen Pople

Suitable for:  Cambridge IGCSE Physics (0625) students aged 14-16

Price:  £29.50 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-831035-8
Publication date: 30/10/2014
Online: 336 pages

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The Complete Physics for Cambridge IGCSE Online Student Book's stretching approach is trusted by teachers around the world to support advanced understanding and achievement. With plenty of engaging material, practice questions and practical ideas, this digital edition contains everything your students need to succeed in Cambridge IGCSE Physics.


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Table of Contents

1 Measurements and units
1.01: Numbers and units
1.02: A system of units
1.03: Measuring length and time
1.04: Volume and density
1.05: Measuring volume and density
1.06: More about mass and density
Further questions
Revision summary
2 Forces and motion
2.01: Speed, velocity, and acceleration
2.02: Motion graphs
2.03: Recording motion
2.04: Free fall
2.05: More motion graphs
2.06: Forces in balance
2.07: Force, mass, and acceleration
2.08: Friction
2.09: Force, weight, and gravity
2.10: Action and reaction
2.11: Momentum (1)
2.12: Momentum (2)
2.13: More about vectors
2.14: Moving in circles
Further questions
Revision summary
3 Forces and pressure
3.01: Forces and turning effects
3.02: Centre of mass
3.03: More about moments
3.04: Stretching and compressing
3.05: Pressure
3.06: Pressure in liquids
3.07: Hydraulic systems
3.08: Pressure from the air
3.09: Gas pressure and volume
3.10: Pressure problems
Further questions
Revision summary
4 Forces and energy
4.01: Work and energy
4.02: Energy transformation
4.03: Calculating PE and KE
4.04: Efficiency and power
4.05: Energy for electricity (1)
4.06: Energy for electricity (2)
4.07: Energy resources
4.08: How the world gets its energy
Further questions
Revision summary
5 Thermal effects
5.01: Moving particles
5.02: Temperature(1)
5.03: Temperature(2)
5.04: Expanding solids and liquids
5.05: Heating gases
5.06: Thermal conduction
5.07: Convection
5.08: Thermal radiation
5.09: Liquids and vapours
5.10: Specific heat capacity
5.11: Latent heat
Further questions
Revision summary
6 Waves and sounds
6.01: Transverse and longitudinal waves
6.02: Wave effects
6.03: Sound waves
6.04: Speed of sound and echoes
6.05: Characteristics of sound waves
6.06: Ultrasound
Further questions
Revision summary
7 Rays and waves
7.01: Light rays and waves
7.02: Reflection in plane mirrors (1)
7.03: Reflection in plane mirrors (2)
7.04: Refraction of Light
7.05: Total internal reflection
7.06: Refraction calculations
7.07: Lenses (1)
7.08: Lenses(2)
7.09: More lenses in action
7.10: Electromagnetic waves (1)

7.11: Electromagnetic waves (2)
7.12: Sending and storing
Further questions
Revision summary
8 Electricity
8.01: Electric charge (1)
8.02: Electric charge (2)
8.03: Electric fields
8.04: Current in a simple circuit
8.05: Potential difference
8.06: Resistance (1)
8.07: Resistance (2)
8.08: More about resistance factors
8.09: Series and parallel circuits (1)
8.10: Series and parallel circuits (2)
8.11: Electrical energy and power
8.12: Living with electricity
Further questions
Revision summary
9 Magnets and currents
9.01: Magnets
9.02: Magnetic fields
9.03: Magnetic effect of a current
9.04: Electromagnets
9.05: Magnetic force on a current
9.06: Electric motors
9.07: Electromagnetic induction
9.08: More about induced currents
9.09: Generators
9.10: Coils and transformers (1)
9.11: Coils and transformers (2)
9.12: Power across the country
Further questions
Revision summary
10 Electrons and electronics
10.01: Electronic essentials
10.02: More on components
10.03: Electronic switching
10.04: Logic gates (1)
10.05: Logic gates (2)
10.06: Electron beams
Further questions
Revision summary
11 Atoms and radioactivity
11.01: Inside atoms
11.02: Nuclear radiation (1)
11.03: Nuclear radiation (2)
11.04: Radioactive decay (1)
11.05: Radioactive decay (2)
11.06: Nuclear energy
11.07: Fusion future
11.08: Using radioactivity
11.09: Atoms and particles (1)
11.10: Atoms and particles (2)
Further questions
Revision summary
12 History of key ideas
12.01: Force, motion, and energy
12.02: Rays, waves, and particles
12.03: Magnetism and electricity
12.04: The Earth and beyond
Key developments in physics
13 Practical physics
13.01: Working safety
13.02: Planning and preparing
13.03: Measuring and recording
13.04: Dealing with data
13.05: Evaluating and improving
13.06: Some experimental investigations
13.07: Taking a practical test
Practical preparation
14 Mathematics for physics
The essential mathematics
15 IGCSE practice questions
Multichoice questions (Core)
Multichoice questions (Extended)
IGCSE theory questions
IGCSE alternative-to-practical questions
16 Reference
Useful equations
Units and elements
Electrical symbols and codes
Answers to questions
Index