*Year 13 Physics*

** If you have any suggestions or corrections to the resources here then please let me know and I'll do my best to add them in.**

**3.5 Overview: Nuclear Internal Assessment**

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**Practicals **

Due in class on a Wednesday, one week after being set in class. Due
in class does not mean at the end of the day after school, it means at the start of the lesson. Practicals are a course pre-requisite for gaining credits in the 3.1 internal assessment.

**3.1 Overview: 5 Credits of Pure Fun**

This is the latest version of my summary, hints, and tips for 3.1. added 29/03/2013

Our latest plan for dealing with the error bars is
to just use the min and max values of our trials and use them to define the upper and lower values for the error bars. Note that any adjustment of the gradient (like in the pendulum experiment to find gravity) also needs to be done to the uncertainty, eg. if you multiply the gradient by two to get gravity your uncertainty value also needs to get the x2 treatment.

**Y13 Electrical Systems** **90523 **

This will be an effort to summarise the Y12 electromagnetic foundations for the Y13 electricity course as well as the new DC and AC material involving capacitors and inductors.

**General Physics Websites**

**Projectile Motion**

Projectile
Motion Explained

Explore
Science Golf Range, Shoot the Monkey!, Free Fall Lab

Virginia
University Projectile Motion Machine

Pirate
Ship

Newton's
Mountain

Package
drop from plane

Here's the links for the sites on our **Projectile
Motion** video shown in class.

Projectile
Motion Applet

Really
Good Explanation with Road Runner

Constant acceleration problems. Beginning of projectile
motion.

Describing motion, velocity vectors, adding and
changing velocity

**Newton's Laws, Force and Mass**

Most
famous equation

**Light**

Go
here FIRST!

Quantum Physics

Some
applets in quantum physics

**Waves**

Demos for fast video cards

**Electromagnetic Induction**

Electrons
and Fields

Faraday's
Experimen

Lenz's
Law

Applications:

Hard
Drives

Transformer

**Electronics**

How Stuff Works
talks about capacitors

Capacitors don't
store charge, they store energy

**Atomic and Nuclear**

General
outline of Rutherford Discovery

Rutherford 2
- the incredible world