Revised Nuffield Advanced Physics Students’ Guide 1: Units A to G
The Revised Nuffield Physics Students Guides were not textbooks. They included for each unit:
• Summaries - very short accounts giving the most important ideas of each part of the course.
• Readings - short passages which depend on the ideas developed in the unit with questions to help students develop the skill of reading with a purpose.
• Laboratory notes - giving brief notes on most of the experiments and demonstrations suggested for the unit - these were notes, not detailed instructions.
• Home experiments - some of the units included suggestions for practical activities to do at home.
• Questions - a large number and varied range of questions - more than any one student was expected to do while studying the unit.
• About the course and about this book
• Experimental work
Unit A: Materials and Mechanics
Unit B: Currents, circuits and charge
Unit C: Digital electronic systems
Unit D: Oscillations and waves
Unit E: Field and potential
Unit F: Radioactivity and the nuclear atom
Unit G: Energy Sources
• Answers to selected questions
• Reference material
• Data; formulae and relationships; symbols
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Resource by: Nuffield Foundation
The resource is part of Nuffield Foundation,Longman
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- Revised Nuffield Advanced Physics Students’ Guide 1: Units A to G