# Physics

## Form 4

### Chapter 1 - Introduction to Physics

• 1.1.1 What is Physics
• 1.1.2 Physical Quantities
• 1.1.3 Derived Quantities
• 1.1.4 Prefixes and Scientific Notations
• 1.1.5 Scalar and Vector Quantities
• 1.1.6 Estimation of dimensions
• 1.1.7 Vernier Calliper
• 1.1.8 Micrometer Screw Gauge
• 1.1.9 Measuring Time, Volume and Density
• 1.1.9A Period of Oscillation and Length of Pendulum
• 1.1.10 Accuracy, Consistency and Sensitivity
• 1.1.11 Experimental Errors
• 1.1.12 Scientific Methods in Physics

### Chapter 2 - Forces and Motion

• 2.1.1 Distance and Displacement
• 2.1.2 Speed and Velocity
• 2.1.3 Acceleration and Deceleration
• 2.1.4 Study of Motion By Ticker Timer
• 2.1.5 Equations of Linear Motion
• 2.1.6 Analysing Motion Graphs Part 1
• 2.1.7 Analysing Motion Graphs Part 2
• 2.2.1 Concept of Inertia
• 2.2.2 The Relationship Between Mass and Inertia
• 2.2.2A Mass and Inertia
• 2.2.3 Forces Part 1
• 2.2.3A Mass and Acceleration
• 2.2.3B Force and acceleration
• 2.2.4 Forces part 2
• 2.2.7 Calculations Involving Gravitational Acceleration
• 2.2.8 Resolution of Forces in Equilibrium
• 2.3.1 Concepts of Linear Momentum
• 2.3.2 Applications of Conservation of Momentum
• 2.3.3 Impulse and Impulsive Force
• 2.3.4 Safety Features in vehicles
• 3.1.1 Work
• 3.1.2 Forms of energy
• 3.1.3 Kinetic energy
• 3.1.4 Principle of Conservation of Energy
• 3.1.4A Height and Velocity
• 3.3.1 Hooke's law
• 3.3.1A Hooke's Law
• 3.3.2 Elastic potential energy

### Chapter 3 - Forces and Pressure

• 2.5.1 Concept of pressure and gas pressure
• 2.5.1A Weight and pressure
• 2.5.1B Area and pressure
• 2.5.2 Atmospheric pressure
• 2.5.3 Pressure in liquids
• 2.5.3A Depth of liquid and pressure
• 2.5.4 Pascal's Principle
• 2.5.5 Archimedes' Principle
• 2.5.5A Buoyant force and weight of water displaced
• 2.5.6 Bernoulli's Principle

### Chapter 4 - Heat

• 3.2.2 Thermometry and Thermometers
• 3.2.3 Specific Heat Capacity
• 3.2.4 Specific Latent Heat
• 3.2.4A Temperature Change and Mass
• 3.2.5 Kinetic Molecular Theory of Matter
• 3.2.6 Gas Volume Versus Temperature
• 3.2.6A Gas Volume and Temperature
• 3.2.7 Gas Pressure Versus Volume
• 3.2.7A Pressure and Volume
• 3.2.8 Gas Pressure Versus Temperature
• 3.2.8A Pressure and Temperature

### Chapter 5 - Light

• 4.2.2 Reflection of Light by a Plane Mirror
• 4.2.3 Reflection of Light by Convex and Concave Mirrors
• 4.2.4 Refraction of Light
• 4.2.5 Total Internal Reflection of Light
• 4.2.6 Thin Converging and Diverging Lenses
• 4.2.7 Image Formation and Magnification

## Form 5

### Chapter 1 - Wave

• 4.1.1 Wave properties
• 4.1.2 Waves phenomena
• 4.1.3 Graphical analysis of wave motion
• 4.1.4 Damping and resonance
• 4.1.5 Interference of waves
• 4.3.1 Properties of Electromagnetic Waves
• 4.3.2 Applications of electromagnetic wave
• 4.4.1 Characteristics of sound waves
• 4.4.2 Speed of sound

### Chapter 2 - Electricity

• 5.2.3 The Electric Field
• 5.2.4 Electric Current
• 5.2.5 Potential Difference
• 5.2.6 Resistance
• 5.2.6A Current and Potential Difference
• 5.2.7 Factors affecting resistance
• 5.2.7A Length and Resistance
• 5.2.8 Series and parallel Circuit
• 5.2.9 Electromotive Force
• 5.2.11 Uses of Electricity

### Chapter 3 - Electromagnetism

• 5.1.1 Magnetism
• 5.3.1 Electromagnetism 3.2.4 Specific Latent Heat
• 5.3.1A Strength of Electromagnet and no of turns
• 5.3.1B Electromagnet and current
• 5.3.2 Force on a current carrying conductor
• 5.3.2A Current and magnitude of force
• 5.3.3 The DC motor
• 5.3.4 Electromagnetic induction
• 5.3.4A Induced current and no. of turns
• 5.3.4B Induced current and speed
• 5.3.5 The AC Generator
• 5.3.6 The transformer
• 5.3.8 Generation and transmission of electricity

### Chapter 4 - Electronics

• 5.4.1 Thermionic emission
• 5.4.2 The cathode ray oscilloscope
• 5.4.5 Semiconductor diodes and rectifiers
• 5.4.6 Transistors
• 5.4.7 Logic gates and truth table

### Chapter 5 - The Nucleus of an Atom

• 6.1.1 Nucleus of an atom
• 6.1.2 Isotopes
• 6.2.2 Radioactive Emissions and Decay
• 6.2.4 Nuclear Reactions
• 6.2.5 Nuclear Energy
• 6.2.7 Management of Radioactive Substances

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