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Unit 4 Ans loads of questions excellent Physics edexcel

Unit 4 Ans loads of questions excellent Physics edexcel

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1.
C
[1]
 2.
D
[1]
 3.
C
[1]
 4.
B
[1]
 5.
D
[1]
 6.
A
[1]
 7.
D
[1]
 8.
C
[1]
 9.
A
[1]
 10.
B
[1]
 
11.
(a)They act on the same body
or
do not act on different bodies
(1)
They are different types of,
or
they are not the same type of, force
(1)
2 (b)As the passenge
or
capsule
or
wheel has constant speed
(1)
there is No resultant tangential force (acting on the passenger)
(1)
2 (c)Friction between seat & person or push of capsule wall on person
(1)
1
[5]
 12.
(a)A baryon is a (sub-atomic) particle made up of 3 quarks
(1)
1 (b)n (ddu)
(1)
 p (duu)
(1)
2
[3]
 13.
(a)High frequency or high voltage
(1)
Alternating
or
square wave voltage
(1)
2 (b)No electric field inside cylinders (due to shielding)
(1)
so no force (on electrons)
(1)
2 (c)As speed increases (along the accelerator),
(1)
cylinders are made longer so that time in each stays the same
(1)
2
[6]
 14.
The answer must be clear, use an appropriate style and be organised in alogical sequence
(QWC)
α
-particles fired at (named) metal (film)
(1)
in a vacuum
(1)
Most went straight through
or
suffered small deflections.
(1)
A few were reflected through large angles
or
some were reflected alongtheir original path
(1)
suggesting the mass
or
charge of the atom was concentrated in a very smallvolume
(1)
5
[5]
 
15.
(a)(i)Use o
 E =
½
CV 
2
 
(1)
Answer [0.158 J]
(1)
 E =
½
CV 
2
= 0.5 × 2200 × 10
 –6
F × (12 V)
2
 E 
= 0.158 J2 (ii)Correct substitution into
 E 
 p
=
mgh
(1)
Answer 0.75 [75%]
(1)
 E 
 p
=
0.05 kg × 9.8 N kg
 –1
× 0.24 m [= 0.12 J]Efficiency = 0.12 ÷ 0.16 J = 0.75 [75%]2 (b)(i)(
t = CR
)
=
2200 × 10
 –6
(F) × 16 (
) = 35.2 (ms)
(1)
1 (ii)Curve starting on
 I 
axis but not reaching
axis
(1)
 I 
0
= 1.6 V / 16
= 100 mA shown on axis
(1)
Curve passing through about 37 mA at
= 35 ms
(1)
3 (c)(i)The vibrations of the air particles
(1)
are parallel to the direction of travel of the wave (energy)
(1)
2 (ii)
T =
1/
 f 
= 50 ms
(1)
Sensible comment related to time constant of 35 ms
(1)
2
[12]
 16.
(a)
3
Li
7
+
1
 p
1
=
2
He
4
+
2
He
4
completing LHS
(1)
completing RHS
(1)
2 (b)(i)Charge
(1)
(mass/) energy
(1)
2 (ii)Mass of Li + p = 7.0143 u + 1.0073 u = 8.0216 u
(1)
Mass of 2
α
-particles = 2 × 4.0015 u = 8.0030 u
(1)
m
= 8.0216 u – 8.0030 u = 0.0186 u= 0.0186 × 1.66 × 10
 –27
kg = 3.09 × 10
 –29
kg
(1)
 E= c
2
m
= (3.00 × 10
8
m s
 –1
)
2
× 3.09 × 10
 –29
kg = 2.78 × 10
 –12
J
(1)
[Allow ecf from equation]4 (iii)
11912
eVJ1060.1 J1078.2
××=
= 1.74 × 10
7
eV = 17.4 MeV
(1)

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