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Get ahead in...physics
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Get ahead in...physics: from Newton's laws to levitating frogs

Series: Get ahead in

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781406388244

Publication Date: 6 Feb 2020

Subject: Science

Suitable for: Secondary

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Explains the key concepts of physics needed for GCSE study

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Summary

Explains the key concepts of physics needed for GCSE study

All the essentials for GCSE Physics, in a book you can start and finish - without falling asleep in the middle! learn about:

The particle model of matter
Energy
Radiation
Electricity
... and plenty more besides.

Along the way, hear fascinating true stories of the Philosopher's Stone, radioactive energy drinks and a couple of levitating frogs.

Contents

Introduction
Particle theory of matter
Energy
Radiation
Electricity
Newton
Waves
Electromagnetism
Cosmology
Why physics matters
Index

Category
TNF
Subject
Science
Dewey
530
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Illustrator
Illustrations
B & W illustrations throughout
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Pub. date
6 Feb 2020
Edition
Original
ISBN
9781406388244
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
208
Width
129mm
Height
198mm
Weight
194g
Index
Yes
Contents page
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A lesson all about radiation, and why drinking radioactive cocktails may not be the best idea.

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