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TOPIC 5: ELECTRONIC | PHYSICS FORM 4

Semi Conductors The Concept of Energy Band in Solids Explain the concept of energy bands in solids In solid-state physics, the electronic band structure (or simply band structure) of a...
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TOPIC 4: THERMIONIC EMISSION | PHYSICS FORM 4

Thermionic Emission Thermionic emission is the discharge of electrons from heated materials, widely used as a source of electrons in conventional electron tubes (e.g., television...
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TOPIC 3: RADIOACTIVITY | PHYSICS FORM 4

he Nucleus of an Atom The Structure of the Nucleus of an Atom Describe the structure of the nucleus of an atom The word atom is derived...
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TOPIC 2: ELECTROMAGNETISM | PHYSICS FORM 4

Magnetic Fields due to a Current-carrying Conductor How Electric Current Produce a Magnetic Field Explain how electric current produces a magnetic field Electromagnetism is the effect produced...
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TOPIC 1: WAVES | PHYSICS FORM 4

Introduction to Waves The Concept of Wave Explain the concept of a wave A wave is a disturbance that travels through a medium from one location to...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 9: THERMAL CURRENT ELECTRICITY | PHYSICS FORM 3

Electromotive force (emf) and potential difference (pd) The Concept of Electromotive Force (emf) and Potential Difference (PD) Explain the concept of electromotive force (emf) and potential...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 8: VAPOUR AND HUMIDITY | PHYSICS FORM 3

Vapour The Process of Evaporation of Liquid Explain the process of evaporation of liquid Vapours These are molecules which escape into the atmosphere after liquids are heated. ...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC TOPIC 7: MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL ENERGY | PHYSICS FORM 3

Heat Capacity Heat capacity is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of an object or substance by one degree. The temperature change is the difference...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 6: TRANSFER OF THERMAL ENERGY | PHYSICS FORM 3

Conduction The Concept of Conduction of Heat Explain the concept of conduction of Heat Conduction is the transfer of heat energy through solids, for example, metals. Generally solid substances...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 5: THERMAL EXPANSION | PHYSICS FORM 3

Thermal Energy The Concept of Heat Explain the concept of heat Heat – Is the transfer of energy due to temperature differences. Temperature – Is the degree of...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 4: OPTICAL INSTRUMENT | PHYSICS FORM 3

Simple Microscope The Structure of the Simple Microscope Describe the structure of the simple microscope A magnifying glass, an ordinary double convex lens with a short focal...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 3: LIGHT | PHYSICS FORM 3

Light is a form of energy which controls the sense of vision. Reflection of Light from Curved Mirrors Difference between Concave and Convex Mirrors Distinguish between concave...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 2: FRICTION | PHYSICS FORM 3

Concept of Friction The Concept of Friction Explain the concept for friction Friction is the force which opposes (resists) motion of the body for example: If a...
PHYSICS FORM THREE FULL NOTES

TOPIC 1: APPLICATION OF VECTORS | PHYSICS FORM 3

Scalar and Vector Quantities Difference between Scalar and Vector Quantities Distinguish between scalar and vector quantities Scalar Quantities These are physical quantities which have magnitude only. Examples of...
PHYSICS FORM TWO FULL NOTES

TOPIC 9: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY RESOURCE | PHYSICS FORM 2

Sustainable energy, specifically renewable energy or green energy, is an energy source which can be replenished, that is essentially inexhaustible. Sustainable sources of energy...
PHYSICS FORM TWO FULL NOTES

TOPIC 8: TEMPERATURE | PHYSICS FORM 2

Concept of temperature The Term Temperature Define the term temperature Temperature is property of a body, which decides which way heat will flow when it is placed...
PHYSICS FORM TWO FULL NOTES

TOPIC 7: NEWTON’S LAW OF MOTION | PHYSICS FORM 2

1st law of Motion  The Concept of Inertia Explain the concept of inertia Inertia is the ability of a resting body to resist motion or a moving body...
PHYSICS FORM TWO FULL NOTES

TOPIC 6: MOTION IN STRAIGHT LINE | PHYSICS FORM 2

Motion In Straight Line Motion is the change of position of an object from one place to another. There are two types of motions; i.Circular...
PHYSICS FORM TWO FULL NOTES

TOPIC 5: SIMPLE MACHINES | PHYSICS FORM 2

Simple Machines A simple machine is a non-powered mechanical device that changes the direction or magnitude of a force. In general, they can be defined...
PHYSICS FORM TWO FULL NOTES

TOPIC 4: FORCES IN EQUILIBRIUM | PHYSICS FORM 2

Moment of a Force The Effects of Turning Forces Explain the effects of turning forces A force is a push or pull which when applied to a body...

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