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1.3Do You Know
1.4Conceptual Approach
1.5 Experimental Approach
1.6 Applications
1.7 Worked Examples
1.8Student Experiments
2.4 Conceptual Approach
2.8Student Experiment
1.2Do You Know
1.3 Experimental Approach
2.3Experimental Approach
3.2Do You Know
3.3Experimental Approach
4.2The Ear
4.3Graphic Equalisers
4.4Musical Scales and Standard Concert Pitch
4.5Sound Transducers
5.3Microwave Apparatus
1.4Important Concepts
1.5Experimental Approach
2.4 Experimental Approach
3.2 Sources of Electric Current
4.2Chemical Effect
4.3Magnetic Effect
4.4Domestic Electricity
1.3 Conceptual Approach
1.4 Applications
1.5 Worked Examples
1.6 Student Experiments
2.2 Conceptual Approach
2.3 Experimental Approach
2.4 Applications
2.5 Worked Examples
2.6 Student Experiments
3.2 Experimental Approach
3.3 Applications
4.4 Experimental Approach
4.7 Student Experiment
5.2 Conceptual Approach
5.4 Student Experiment
1.3 Conceptual Approach
1.4 Experimental Approach
Appendix 1.1 The Anomalous Expansion of Water
Appendix 1.2 Expansion Coefficients
2.5Different Thermometers, Different Temperatures
2.6 The International Temperature Scale
2.7 Worked Examples
2.8 Mandatory Student Experiment
3.3 Conceptual Approach
3.4 Experimental Approach
4.6 Mandatory Student Experiments
Appendix 4.1 Energy Sources
Appendix 4.2 Laws of Thermodynamics, Carnot Cycle, Heat Engines
1.4 Experimental Approach
1.5 Experiments and Demonstrations
2.5 Experiments and Demonstrations
1.3Conceptual Approach
1.4Experimental Approach
2.2 Do You Know
2.3 Conceptual Approach
3.2 Do You Know
3.3Conceptual Approach
3.4 Worked Examples
Appendix ADerivations of Formulae
Appendix B Data for Planets
1.2 Thermionic Emission
1.3Generation of X-rays
1.5 Detection of X-Rays
2.2 Photoelectric Devices
2.3 Worked Examples
3.3 Radon
3.4Radioactivity Detectors
3.5 Nuclear Power
3.6 Radioactivity in Medicine
3.7Other Applications of Radioisotopes
3.8The Irish Radium Institute (1914- 1952)
3.9 Worked Examples
Appendix I Chronology of Some Modern Physics Discoveries
1.2The Cycle of Development
1.4The Second Cycle
2.2 Electromagnetic Force
2.3 Strong Force
2.4 Weak Force
3.2 ANew Quantum Number
3.3 Classification of Particles
3.4 Anti-particles
4.2 Quarks and Leptons
4.3Quarks and Leptons - the New Fundamental Particles
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