IGCSE Grade 10 PHYSICS

Thermal Physics

(IGCSE 10, PHYSICS)

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Topics Covered
Simple kinetic molecular model of matter
states of matter and their properties
molecular model
molecular structure of solid
liquids and gases in terms of separations and motion of molecules
relation between temperature of gas and the motion of its molecules
pressure of gas and motion of its molecules
random motion of particles
kinetic molecular model of matter -Brownian motion
pressure as change in momentum of particles
fast moving molecules
Evaporation
evaporation from the surface of liquid
evaporation and its cooling effects
pressure changes
effect of change of pressure on temperature and volume of gas
PV=Constant(for a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature)
Thermal properties and temperature - thermal expansion of solid, liquid and gases
consequences thermal expansion in terms of motion and arrangement of molecules
relative order of magnitude of expansion in different states of matter
measurement of temperature
variation in physical properties with temperature
glass thermometer
sensitivity range and linearity in thermometer
structure of thermocouple and its uses
thermal(heat) capacity
relation between internal energy and temperature
molecular account of an increase in internal energy
thermal capacity = mc
definition of specific heat capacity and experiment to measure it
change in energy = $ mc * \Delta (T) $
melting and boiling in terms of energy input
melting and boiling point
condensation and solidification
distinguish between boiling and evaporation
latent heat of vaporization
latent heat of fusion
specific latent heats for steam and ice
Thermal processes- Conduction, properties of good and bad thermal conductors
molecular account of conduction
lattice vibration and transfer of electrons
Convection
Convection
density changes in liquids
radiation
electromagnetic spectrum
thermal energy transfer by radiation
absorption and emission of radiation
properties of good and bad emitters and absorbers
relation between amount of emission temperature and surface area of a body
consequences of energy transfer