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Fig 4.4 To fly at constant velocity, the plane's thrust and drag must be equal
Fig 4.21 In a vacuum, a feather and a ball bearing will fall at the same rate
Fig 5.4 Experiment to demonstrate atmospheric pressure
Fig 5.13 Experiment to demonstrate Archimedes' principle
Fig 8.3 Units of linear speed and angular velocity
Fig 9.3 The spring vibrates up and down until it reaches the equilibrium position
Fig 9.5 The shadow projected by the ball will oscillate across the screen with SHM
Fig 10.4a Measuring A the pressure of a gas at constant volume
Fig 10.4b Measuring B the volume of a gas at constant pressure
Fig 11.7 Changing the pressure of water changes the temperature at which it boils
Fig 11.9 Experiment to demonstrate conduction in various materials
Fig 12.6 Experiment to demonstrate the laws of reflection
Fig 13.8a Location of images from concave mirrors
Fig 13.8b Location of images from concave mirrors
Fig 13.8c Location of images from concave mirrors
Fig 13.8d Location of images from concave mirrors
Fig 13.8e Location of images from concave mirrors
Fig 13.16 Images in a convex mirror
Fig 14.5 Experiment to demonstrate refraction of light
Fig 14.12 Experiment to demonstrate total internal reflection
Fig 15.7 Location of images from a convex lens
Fig 15.13 Location of images in a concave lens
Fig 16.11 The amount that a wave diffracts depends on the relative size of gap to wavelength
Fig 16.15 A vertically polarised transverse wave consists of perpendicular vibrations in the vertical direction
Fig 16.26 and 16.27 Doppler effect
Fig 17.2 Experiment to demonstrate sound interference
Fig 17.9 A trumpet is an example of an open pipe instrument
Fig 18.2 Young's double-slit experiment demonstrates the wave nature of light
Fig 18.8 When you pass white light through a prism, the separate wavelengths deviate differently and produce a rainbow of colour
Fig 20.3 Experiment to demonstrate the separation of charges in two insulated spheres
Fig 20.4 Experiment to demonstrate the separation of charges in one insulated sphere
Fig 20.9 Experiment to demonstrate that all static charge resides on the outside of a conductor
Fig 20.10 Experiment to demonstrate that static charge tends to accumulate at a point
Fig 22.4 Experiement to demonstrate the factors affecting a parallel plate capacitor
Fig 23.10 Experiment to demonstrate magnetic effect
Fig 26.2 Experiment to demonstrate plotting field lines 1
Fig 26.11 Experiment to demonstrate plotting a magnetic field in a long straight wire
Fig 27.2 Experiment to demonstrate force on a current-carrying conductor
Fig 28.2 Experiment to demonstrate Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction 1
Fig 28.5 Experiment to demonstrate Lenz's law
Fig 30.3 Experiment to demonstrate thermionic emission and deflection of cathode rays in EM fields
Fig 30.12 Experiment to demonstrate the photoelectric effect
Fig 30.14 Experiment to demonstrate a photocell
Fig 31.1 Demonstrating Rutherford's gold foil experiment
Fig 31.13 Experiment to demonstrate penetration ability of radiation
Fig 32.14 As a photon is incident on matter, it can convert into a pair of matter/antimatter particles
Fig 32.15 Pair annihilations for a proton-antiproton pair A and an electron-positron pair B both producing a proportional pair
Fig 33.3 Experiment to demonstrate an electromagnetic relay
Fig 33.21 Experiment to demonstrate the principle of the induction motor operation
Fig 33.6 Coil within a magnetic field will rotate as current passes through it
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