- Author(s):Peter Whiteley, Haydn Bassarath
- Available from: July 2007
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The CSEC Revision Guide for Physics has been written to help students achieve a sound understanding of Physics examined by the Caribbean Secondary Examinations Council. The text presents all information relevant to the CSEC syllabus in a clear, concise way, to form an additional aid to understanding and revision. There are hints on revision, preparing for examinations and answering examination questions, as well as clear and fully labelled illustrations.
- Measurements and units, Measurements and mathematics, Motion, Force, mass and weight, Adding vectors and scalars, Motion and forces, Energy, work and power, Turning forces, Pressure, Upthrust and flotation, Temperature and expansion, Gas laws, Kinetic theory of matter, Transmission of thermal energy, Heat and temprature change, Heat and phase change, Light, Refraction, Lenses, Waves, Theories of the nature of light, Electromagnetic spectrum, Sound, Static electricity, Direct current, Electricity in the home, Magnetism, Magnetic effect of an electric current, Force on a conductor in a magnetic field, Electromagnetic induction, Electronics, Logic gates, Structure of atoms, Radioactivity, Some aspects of the historical development of physics.
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