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**An understanding of the principles in this unit and in the general requirements is expected in familiar and
**

unfamiliar situations. In examination questions where the context is beyond the content of the

specification it will be fully described.

Suggested activities

4.1

**Circular motion and
**

oscillations

Angular speed, period,

frequency.

The radian.

ω = ∆θ/∆t υ = ωr

T = 2π/ω f = ω/2π

4.2

Acceleration and resultant force.

**For a body moving at a constant speed in
**

a circular path, acceleration a = υ2/r.

Resultant force F towards the centre of

the circle equals mυ2/r.

Idea of apparent weightlessness when

objects are in free fall.

Investigation – effect

of m, υ and r of orbit

on centripetal force.

KW / KPS KN KC KIT

4.3

Simple harmonic motion.

**Variation of displacement, velocity and
**

acceleration with time, treated

graphically. An understanding that

s.h.m. results when acceleration is

proportional to displacement and in the

opposite direction.

Motion sensor to

generate v/t and x/t

graphs of SHM.

Computer modelling.

KN KIT KLP

4.4

**Frequency and period for simple
**

harmonic motion.

The equation a = −(2πf)2x; T = 1/f.

4.5

**Undamped simple harmonic
**

oscillations.

x = x0 cos 2πft

Angles expressed in both degrees and

radians.

Maximum speed = 2πfx0

Velocity as gradient of displacementtime graph.

Acceleration as gradient of velocity-time

graph.

Computer modelling

or graphic calculator

to explore the effects

of changing x0 and f.

KN KIT

4.6

Mechanical oscillators.

**Experimental study of a simple
**

pendulum.

T = 2π√(l/g) for small amplitude

oscillations.

Investigation – effect

of m, l and amplitude

on T.

KLP

**Experimental study of mass-spring
**

system.

T = 2π=√(m/k) where k is the spring

stiffness.

Investigation – effect

of m and k on T.

KPS KN KC KIT

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UA006823 – Specification – AS/A GCE in Physics – Issue 3 – September 2002

Plane polarisation. along springs and in air (sound). Research – Sources/ Detectors and uses of various regions of the e. KC KIT The emphasis should be on the generation of waves and the transmission of energy in the medium. c = fλ Wave machine or computer simulation of wave properties. Photoelastic stress analysis. speed.7 Free and forced vibrations. frequency and phase interpreted graphically. Plane polarisation as a property of transverse waves demonstrated using light and microwaves. Research – problems and applications. Suggested activities Vibration generator – forced oscillations of a mass spring system (damped and undamped). Polaroid to illustrate polarisation of light.11 An experimental and qualitative knowledge of mechanical resonance. spectrum. Energy flux or intensity measured in W m-2 Intensity I = P/4πr2 Investigation – inverse square law using a light meter. microscopy. Progressive waves: longitudinal and transverse waves. 4. 4. Research –models of structures (stress concentration). Demonstrate loudspeaker and waves on long spring/ ripple tank. KW / KPS KN KC KIT UA006823 – Specification – AS/A GCE in Physics – Issue 3 – September 2002 29 .10 4. KC KIT The electromagnetic spectrum. Electromagnetic waves. Damping. It is expected that electromagnetic wave phenomena will be demonstrated using visible light and microwaves.m.9 4. An outline of the whole spectrum: the order of magnitude of the wavelengths of the main regions should be known. Mechanical resonance. Inverse square law. Amplitude. KC KIT Conservation of energy for waves in free space from a point source.8 Waves Mechanical waves on water. wavelength.4.

4. Interpretation of the observed patterns using the principle of superposition.14 Stationary waves and resonance. Demonstrated using water waves.16 Two slit interference patterns. 4. Vibration generator with rubber cord or wire loop to demonstrate standing waves. 4.17 Quantum phenomena The photon model of electromagnetic radiation. Measurements of wavelength with both visible light and microwaves. 30 UA006823 – Specification – AS/A GCE in Physics – Issue 3 – September 2002 . Appreciation of dependence of the width of central maximum on relative sizes of slit and wavelength. all points on a wavefront are in phase. Work function and the photoelectric equation. microwaves and light. Graphical treatment. Maximum energy of photoelectrons = hf − ϕ Discharge of coulombmeter using UV lamp. Measure wavelength of light using a laser. Demonstrate using spreadsheets and graphs.13 Wavefronts. KC KW / KPS KIT By definition. Microwaves or sound waves to show ‘free’ standing waves.12 Superposition of waves The principle of superposition. Research – Einstein. Ripple tank to illustrate two source interference. Wavefronts are most effectively illustrated using a ripple tank. The photoelectric effect. Phase difference and path difference. ∆ (phase) = 2 π∆ ( path) λ 4. λ = xs/D for light.15 Diffraction at a slit. The concept of stopping potential and its measurement. illustrated by the overlapping of two sets of circular waves on water. Simple demonstration (eg discharge of negatively charged zinc plate). Coherence. The Planck constant. Laser and adjustable slit. Demonstration using waves on strings and microwaves. the limitations should be understood but the proof is not required. Half-wavelength separation of nodes or antinodes should be known but need not be derived. Knowledge of experimental details and typical dimensions is expected. E = hf Measure the Planck constant using photocell.Suggested activities 4. KC KIT 4.

Doppler shift of spectral lines. Electron diffraction. with H in s-1. Wave-particle duality.Suggested activities Direct vision spectroscope or diffraction grating to observe spectra of gases and vapours.21 Electromagnetic Doppler effect. λ = h/p Research – model development KC KIT Stationary waves in the hydrogen atom. 4. The age of the Universe: uncertainty in d and H. Research – discovery of pulsars. 4. Wave properties of electrons in atoms. The Big Bang. Analogy with trapped standing waves on a wire loop. Observation of electron diffraction using suitable vacuum tube. Possible energy states of an atom as fixed and discrete. ∆f/f = ∆λ/λ = υ/c. Hubble’s law. Research – the discovery of helium. where υ is the speed of a star or galaxy towards or away from the Earth. Model expansion by inflating a balloon. Open and closed Universes.19 Wave properties of free electrons. 4. KC KIT Expansion of the Universe. The average mass-energy density of the Universe: indefinite expansion or final contraction. The light year. Star spectra emission and absorption lines and their relation to chemical composition. The electronvolt. KC KIT 4. The red shift of galaxies υ = Hd. hf = E1 − E2 The emission and absorption line spectrum of atomic hydrogen related to electron energy levels.20 The expanding Universe Optical line spectra.18 Energy levels. The de Broglie wavelength. Demonstrate the Doppler effect by whirling a small loudspeaker on the end of a chain or wire.22 UA006823 – Specification – AS/A GCE in Physics – Issue 3 – September 2002 31 . KC KIT 4. Demonstration of spectra using a diffraction grating.

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