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PHYSICS SPM

PHYSICS FORM 4

CHAPTER 1 : INTRODUCTION TO
PHYSICS
1.1 Vernier caliper
1.2 Micrometer screw gauge

CHAPTER 2 : FORCES AND MOTION
2.1 Ticker tape
2.2 Graphs of motion
2.3 Understanding of inertia
2.4 Momentum
2.5 Newton's Second Law of Motion, F =
ma
2.6 Pulley system
2.7 Elevator system
2.8 Force acting on a skydiver
2.9 Safety car features
2.10 Forces in equilibrium
2.11 Resolving forces into components
2.12 Principle of conservation of energy
2.13 Hooke's law

CHAPTER 3: FORCES AND
PRESSURE
3.1 Pressure
3.2 Liquid pressure
3.3 Atmospheric pressure
3.4 Application of atmospheric pressure in
Genting Highlands
3.5 Gas pressure
3.6 Pascal principle
3.7 Application of Pascal principle -
Hydraulic jack
3.8 Archimedes principle
3.9 Application of Archimedes principle -
Plimsoll line
3.10 Application of Archimedes principle -
Hydrometer
3.11 Bernoulli principle
3.12 Application of Bernoulli principle -
Aerofoil
3.13 Application of Bernoulli principle -
Spinning ball
3.14 Application of Bernoulli principle -
Wind surfing
CHAPTER 4: HEAT
4.1 Thermal equilibrium
4.2 Specific heat capacity
4.3 Latent heat
4.4 Boyle's law of gas
4.5 Absolute temperature
4.6 Charles's law of gas

CHAPTER 5: LIGHT
5.1 Reflection of light on plane mirror
5.2 Introduction to curved mirror
5.3 Concave mirror ray diagrams
5.4 Convex mirror ray diagrams
5.5 Application of concave mirror
5.6 Application of convex mirror
5.7 Refraction of light
5.8 Convex lens ray diagrams
5.9 Concave lens ray diagrams
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PHYSICS FORM 5

CHAPTER 1: WAVES
1.1 Wave front
1.2 Properties of wave
1.3 Resonance
1.4 Reflection of waves
1.5 Refraction of waves
1.6 Shape of coastline due to refraction
1.7 Refraction of sound waves
1.8 Diffraction of waves
1.9 Interference of waves
1.10 Pitch of sound
1.11 Loudness of sound
1.12 Application of reflection of sound wave
1.13 Application of interference of waves
1.14 Electromagnetic waves
CHAPTER 2: ELECTRICITY
2.1 Electric fields and charge
2.2 Electric current and potential difference
2.3 Series and parallel circuits
2.4 Problem solving of series and parallel
circuits
CHAPTER 3: ELECTROMAGNETISM
3.1 Magnetic field of a current-carrying
conductor
3.2 Electromagnet
3.3 Application of electromagnet - Electric
bell
3.4 Application of electromagnet -
Telephone earpiece
3.5 Force on a current-carrying conductor in
a magnetic field
3.6 Forces between two current-carrying
conductors
3.7 Direct current motor
3.8 Alternating current motor
3.9 Electromagnetic Induction
3.10 Application of electromagnetic
induction - Torchlight
3.11 Alternating current and direct current
generator
3.12 Moving coil meter
3.13 Transformer
3.14 Transmission of electricity
CHAPTER 4: ELECTRONICS
4.1 Thermionic emission
4.2 Components of cathode ray oscilloscope
4.3 Properties of cathode ray oscilloscope
4.4 Experiment of cathode ray oscilloscope
4.5 Measuring voltage and time period using
oscilloscope
4.6 Semiconductor
4.7 The doping of semiconductor
4.8 P-N junction of semiconductor
4.9 Half and full wave rectification
4.10 How transistor works
4.11 Transistor as an amplifier
CHAPTER 5: RADIOACTIVITY
5.1 Radioactivity
5.2 Radioactive decay
5.3 Ionising and penetration power of
radiation
5.4 Half life of radioisotope
5.5 Application of radioactive - Carbon-14
dating
5.6 Mass-energy equivalence
5.7 Nuclear fission
5.8 Nuclear fusion
5.9 Nuclear chain reaction
5.10 Nuclear power plant
5.11 Effects of nuclear bomb