Electricity – 67 Flashcards (PDF)

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67 Question & Answer printable flashcards for the Electricity physics video course.

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These 67 printable question-and-answer flashcards follow the GCSEPhysicsNinja Electricity course video lessons.

Topics covered include:

  • Static Electricity: producing and detecting electrical charges, electrical field patterns (6 flashcards).
  • Electrical Current: flow of charge, calculations of charge, time and current (4 flashcards).
  • Potential Difference & Electrical Work: EMF of a cell, potential difference, voltage and work done (5 flashcards).
  • Resistance: filament bulb, ohmic conductors, the diode, how resistance depends on diameter and length of a wire, calculations involving potential difference, current and resistance (10 flashcards).
  • Circuits & Components: series and parallel circuits, resistor networks, circuit analysis and electrical components including the LDR and thermistor (20 flashcards).
  • Digital electronics: logic gates, truth tables, system design (5 flashcards).
  • Household electricity: alternating current, oscilloscopes, mains electricity safety, fuses and circuit breakers, the earth wire, electrical power equation and calculations (17 flashcards).

To make a flashcard simply print, cut out, fold and glue. Then watch the tutorial video to complete the answer page. Remember to test yourself on the flashcard at least 3 times!

Suitable for GCSE, IGCSE, High School Diploma, International Baccalaureate and O-Level.

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Electricity – 67 Flashcards (PDF) was last modified: March 21st, 2021 by Olly Wedgwood

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3 reviews for Electricity – 67 Flashcards (PDF)

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  2. PETER A. (verified owner)

    Will be excellent in ‘last minute re-revision. Easy to assemble

  3. k m. (verified owner)

    Great! But, would be nice to have separation per exam board if possible.

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