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  • ISBN:9781316633526
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Science
  • Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
  • Author(s):David Sang
  • Available from: February 2017

Cambridge IGCSE® Physical Science resources tailored to the 0652 syllabus for first examination in 2019, and all components of the series are endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    This Physics Workbook is tailored to the Cambridge IGCSE® Physical Science (0652) syllabus for first examination in 2019 and is endorsed for learner support by Cambridge International Examinations. The workbook covers both the Core and the Supplement material with exercises that are designed to develop students' skills in problem-solving and data handling, planning investigations and application of theory to practice. Answers are provided at the back of the book.

  • Contents
  • FEATURES
    • Endorsed for learner support by Cambridge International Examinations.

    • Exercises designed to develop skills in problem-solving and data handling, planning investigations and application of theory to practice to help students work towards the assessment objectives.

    • Answers to the exercises in the workbook are included at the back of the book to allow students to check their own progress and understanding.

    • Written by David Sang, an accomplished author, who brings a wealth of experience to the book.

    • Covers the Core and the Supplement material for Cambridge IGCSE® Physical Science in one workbook.

  • CONTENTS
    • Introduction
    • How to use this book
    • P1. Making measurements
    • P1.1 The SI system of units
    • P1.2 Paper measurements
    • P1.3 Density data
    • P1.4 Testing your body clock
    • P2. Describing motion
    • P2.1 Measuring speed
    • P2.2 Speed calculations
    • P2.3 More speed calculations
    • P2.4 Distance–time graphs
    • P2.5 Acceleration
    • P2.6 Velocity–time graphs
    • P3. Forces and motion
    • P3.1 Identifying forces
    • P3.2 The effects of forces
    • P3.3 Combining forces
    • P3.4 Force, mass and acceleration
    • P3.5 Mass and weight
    • P3.6 Falling
    • P4. Turning effects of forces
    • P4.1 Turning effect of a force
    • P4.2 Calculating moments
    • P4.3 Stability and centre of mass
    • P4.4 Make a mobile
    • P5. Forces and matter
    • P5.1 Stretching a spring
    • P5.2 Stretching rubber
    • P5.3 Pressure
    • P6. Energy transformations and energy transfers
    • P6.1 Recognising forms of energy
    • P6.2 Energy efficiency
    • P6.3 Energy calculations
    • P7. Energy resources
    • P7.1 Renewables and non-renewables
    • P7.2 Wind energy
    • P7.3 Energy from the Sun
    • P8. Work and power
    • P8.1 Forces doing work, transferring energy
    • P8.2 Calculating work done
    • P8.3 Measuring work done
    • P8.4 Power
    • P9. The kinetic model of matter
    • P9.1 Changes of state
    • P9.2 The kinetic model of matter
    • P9.3 Understanding gases
    • P10. Thermal properties of matter
    • P10.1 Calibrating a thermometer
    • P10.2 Demonstrating thermal expansion
    • P10.3 Thermal expansion
    • P11. Thermal (heat) energy transfers
    • P11.1 Conductors of heat
    • P11.2 Convection currents
    • P11.3 Radiation
    • P11.4 Losing heat
    • P12. Sound
    • P12.1 Sound on the move
    • P12.2 Sound as a wave
    • P13. Light
    • P13.1 On reflection
    • P13.2 Refraction of light
    • P13.3 The changing speed of light
    • P13.4 A perfect mirror
    • P13.5 Image in a lens
    • P14. Properties of waves
    • P14.1 Describing waves
    • P14.2 The speed of waves
    • P14.3 Wave phenomena
    • P15. Spectra
    • P15.1 Electromagnetic waves
    • P15.2 Using electromagnetic radiation
    • P16. Magnetism
    • P16.1 Attraction and repulsion
    • P16.2 Make a magnet
    • P16.3 Magnetic fields
    • P17. Static electricity
    • P17.1 Attraction and repulsion
    • P17.2 Moving charges
    • P17.3 Static at home
    • P18. Electrical quantities
    • P18.1 Current in a circuit
    • P18.2 Current and charge
    • P18.3 Electrical resistance
    • P18.4 Electrical energy and power
    • P19. Electric circuits
    • P19.1 Circuit components and their symbols
    • P19.2 Resistor combinations
    • P19.3 More resistor combinations
    • P19.4 Electrical safety
    • P20. Electromagnetism
    • P20.1 Using electromagnetism
    • P20.2 Electricity generation
    • P20.3 Transformers
    • P21. The nuclear atom
    • P21.1 The structure of the atom
    • P21.1 Isotopes
    • P22. Radioactivity
    • P22.1 The nature of radiation
    • P22.2 Radioactive decay equations
    • P22.3 Radioactive decay
    • Answers.

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