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Chapter 1: Measurement
1.1 Physical Quantities
1.1.1 Physical Quantities, Base Quantities, Derived Quantities
1.1.2 Scalar & Vector Quantities
Bonus Lesson: Converting Prefixes the Easy Way!
Worksheet: Expressing derived quantities in terms of base quantities and SI base units
1.2 Scientific Investigation
1.2.1 Scientific Investigation
1.2.2 Stating the Relationship of Graphs
1.2.3 How to draw a Best Fit Line Graph
1.2.4 How to calculate the gradient of a simple pendulum graph
Experiments & Practicals
Home Experiment: How to conduct a pendulum experiment at home
Chapter 2: Forces and Motion I
2.1 Linear Motion
2.2.1 Linear Motion Graphs
2.2.2 Motion Graphs for a Moving Object
2.2.3 Solving Problems involving Linear Motion Graphs
Home Experiment: Observing objects moving down a ramp and how to obtain a linear motion graph
Practical: Studying Motion with Ticker Timers and Ticker Tapes
Lab Practical: Ticker Timers
Analysing Ticker Tapes
2.3 Free Fall Motion
2.3.1 Free Fall and Gravitational Acceleration
Lab Demonstration: Freefall with photogate system
Home Experiment: Observing free fall at home
2.4 Inertia
2.4.1 Introduction to Inertia
2.4.2 Effects of Inertia in Daily Life
Lab Experiment: Relationship between Inertia and Mass
2.5 Momentum
2.5.1 Introduction to Momentum
2.5.2 Principle of Conservation of Momentum
2.6 Force
2.6.1 Force
Bonus Lesson: Newton's Three Laws of Motion
2.7 Impulse and Impulsive Force
2.7.1 Impulse and Impulsive Force
2.8 Weight
2.8.1 Weight
Chapter 3: Gravitation
3.1 Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation
3.1.1 Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation
3.1.2 Relate gravitational acceleration with the universal gravitational constant
3.1.3 Values of the gravitational acceleration of the planets in the Solar System
3.1.4 Centripetal Force
3.1.5 Determine the mass of the Earth and the Sun
3.2 Kepler's Laws
3.2.1 Introduction to Kepler's Laws
3.2.2 Solving Problems using Kepler's Third Law
3.3 Man-Made Satellites
3.3.1 Orbital Velocity of a Satellite
3.3.2 Geostationary and Non-geostationary Satellites
3.3.3 Escape Velocity
Chapter 4: Heat
4.1 Thermal Equilibrium
4.1.1 Introduction to Thermal Equilibrium
4.1.2 Calibrating Thermometers
4.2 Specific Heat Capacity
4.2.1 Heat Capacity and Specific Heat Capacity
Lab Practical: Specific Heat Capacity of Water and Aluminium
4.3 Specific Latent Heat
4.3.1 Specific Latent Heat
4.4 Gas Laws
4.4.1 Kinetic Theory of Gas
4.4.2 Gas Laws: Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Gay-Lussac Law, Universal Gas Laws
Chapter 5: Waves
5.1 Fundamentals of Waves
5.1.1 Introduction to Waves
5.1.2 Types of Waves
5.1.3 Wave Graphs
5.1.4 Wave Speed
5.2 Damping and Resonance
5.2.1 Damping and Resonance for an Oscillating / Vibrating System
5.2.2 Effects of Resonance
Build it yourself: Barton's Pendulum
Ripple Tanks
Build it yourself: How to make your own ripple tank
5.3 Reflection of Waves
5.3.1 Reflection of Waves
5.3.2 How to Draw Reflection of Waves
5.3.3 Applications of Reflection of Waves
5.4 Refraction of Waves
5.4.1 Refraction of Waves
5.4.2 How to Draw Refraction of Waves
5.4.3 Natural Phenomena of Refraction of Waves in Daily Life
5.4.4 Solving Problems involving Refraction of Waves
5.5 Diffraction of Waves
5.5.1 Diffraction of Waves
5.5.2 Applications of Diffraction of Waves
5.6 Interference of Waves
5.6.1 Principle of Superposition of Waves
5.6.2 Interference of Waves
5.6.3 Solving Problems involving Interference of Waves
5.6.4 Applications of Interference of Waves
5.7 Electromagnetic Waves
5.7 Electromagnetic Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Chapter 6: Light and Optics
6.1 Refraction of Light
6.1 Refraction of Light, Refractive Index and Snell's Law
Lab Practical: How to observe light refraction with a glass block and a ray box
Lab Experiment: Refractive Index using Real Depth and Apparent Depth
6.2 Total Internal Reflection
6.2.1 Critical Angle and Total Internal Reflection
6.2.2 Natural Phenomena and Applications of Total Internal Reflection
6.2.3 Solving Problems involving Total Internal Reflection
Lab Practical: How to observe total internal reflection with a semicircular glass block and a ray box
6.3 Image Formation by Lenses
6.3.1 Convex Lens and Concave Lens
6.4 Thin Lens
6.4.1 Thin Lens Formula
Lab Practical: How to conduct an experiment to observe images formed with a thin convex lens and a ray box
6.5 Spherical Mirrors
6.5.1 Magnifying Lens
6.5.2 Compound Microscope and Astronomical Telescope
6.6 Image Formation by Spherical Mirrors
6.6.1 Concave Mirror and Convex Mirror
Bonus Lesson
Bonus Lesson: Comparing Lens and Spherical Mirrors
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Chapter 1: Measurement
1.1 Physical Quantities
1.1.1 Physical Quantities, Base Quantities, Derived Quantities
1.1.2 Scalar & Vector Quantities
Bonus Lesson: Converting Prefixes the Easy Way!
Worksheet: Expressing derived quantities in terms of base quantities and SI base units
1.2 Scientific Investigation
1.2.1 Scientific Investigation
1.2.2 Stating the Relationship of Graphs
1.2.3 How to draw a Best Fit Line Graph
1.2.4 How to calculate the gradient of a simple pendulum graph
Experiments & Practicals
Home Experiment: How to conduct a pendulum experiment at home
Chapter 2: Forces and Motion I
2.1 Linear Motion
2.2.1 Linear Motion Graphs
2.2.2 Motion Graphs for a Moving Object
2.2.3 Solving Problems involving Linear Motion Graphs
Home Experiment: Observing objects moving down a ramp and how to obtain a linear motion graph
Practical: Studying Motion with Ticker Timers and Ticker Tapes
Lab Practical: Ticker Timers
Analysing Ticker Tapes
2.3 Free Fall Motion
2.3.1 Free Fall and Gravitational Acceleration
Lab Demonstration: Freefall with photogate system
Home Experiment: Observing free fall at home
2.4 Inertia
2.4.1 Introduction to Inertia
2.4.2 Effects of Inertia in Daily Life
Lab Experiment: Relationship between Inertia and Mass
2.5 Momentum
2.5.1 Introduction to Momentum
2.5.2 Principle of Conservation of Momentum
2.6 Force
2.6.1 Force
Bonus Lesson: Newton's Three Laws of Motion
2.7 Impulse and Impulsive Force
2.7.1 Impulse and Impulsive Force
2.8 Weight
2.8.1 Weight
Chapter 3: Gravitation
3.1 Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation
3.1.1 Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation
3.1.2 Relate gravitational acceleration with the universal gravitational constant
3.1.3 Values of the gravitational acceleration of the planets in the Solar System
3.1.4 Centripetal Force
3.1.5 Determine the mass of the Earth and the Sun
3.2 Kepler's Laws
3.2.1 Introduction to Kepler's Laws
3.2.2 Solving Problems using Kepler's Third Law
3.3 Man-Made Satellites
3.3.1 Orbital Velocity of a Satellite
3.3.2 Geostationary and Non-geostationary Satellites
3.3.3 Escape Velocity
Chapter 4: Heat
4.1 Thermal Equilibrium
4.1.1 Introduction to Thermal Equilibrium
4.1.2 Calibrating Thermometers
4.2 Specific Heat Capacity
4.2.1 Heat Capacity and Specific Heat Capacity
Lab Practical: Specific Heat Capacity of Water and Aluminium
4.3 Specific Latent Heat
4.3.1 Specific Latent Heat
4.4 Gas Laws
4.4.1 Kinetic Theory of Gas
4.4.2 Gas Laws: Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Gay-Lussac Law, Universal Gas Laws
Chapter 5: Waves
5.1 Fundamentals of Waves
5.1.1 Introduction to Waves
5.1.2 Types of Waves
5.1.3 Wave Graphs
5.1.4 Wave Speed
5.2 Damping and Resonance
5.2.1 Damping and Resonance for an Oscillating / Vibrating System
5.2.2 Effects of Resonance
Build it yourself: Barton's Pendulum
Ripple Tanks
Build it yourself: How to make your own ripple tank
5.3 Reflection of Waves
5.3.1 Reflection of Waves
5.3.2 How to Draw Reflection of Waves
5.3.3 Applications of Reflection of Waves
5.4 Refraction of Waves
5.4.1 Refraction of Waves
5.4.2 How to Draw Refraction of Waves
5.4.3 Natural Phenomena of Refraction of Waves in Daily Life
5.4.4 Solving Problems involving Refraction of Waves
5.5 Diffraction of Waves
5.5.1 Diffraction of Waves
5.5.2 Applications of Diffraction of Waves
5.6 Interference of Waves
5.6.1 Principle of Superposition of Waves
5.6.2 Interference of Waves
5.6.3 Solving Problems involving Interference of Waves
5.6.4 Applications of Interference of Waves
5.7 Electromagnetic Waves
5.7 Electromagnetic Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Chapter 6: Light and Optics
6.1 Refraction of Light
6.1 Refraction of Light, Refractive Index and Snell's Law
Lab Practical: How to observe light refraction with a glass block and a ray box
Lab Experiment: Refractive Index using Real Depth and Apparent Depth
6.2 Total Internal Reflection
6.2.1 Critical Angle and Total Internal Reflection
6.2.2 Natural Phenomena and Applications of Total Internal Reflection
6.2.3 Solving Problems involving Total Internal Reflection
Lab Practical: How to observe total internal reflection with a semicircular glass block and a ray box
6.3 Image Formation by Lenses
6.3.1 Convex Lens and Concave Lens
6.4 Thin Lens
6.4.1 Thin Lens Formula
Lab Practical: How to conduct an experiment to observe images formed with a thin convex lens and a ray box
6.5 Spherical Mirrors
6.5.1 Magnifying Lens
6.5.2 Compound Microscope and Astronomical Telescope
6.6 Image Formation by Spherical Mirrors
6.6.1 Concave Mirror and Convex Mirror
Bonus Lesson
Bonus Lesson: Comparing Lens and Spherical Mirrors