- Overlap with electromagnetism
- Applied electromagnetism
- Relay
- Loudspeaker
- Galvanometer
- Convert Galvanometer to Ammeter
(or Voltmeter or Ohmmeter)
- Overlap with Semiconductor Electronics
- Applications of Diodes
- Half rectification
- Full rectification and smoothing
- LED and Photodiodes
- Transistor Circuits and Logic Gates
(George Boole, AND gate, OR gate. etc)
- Includes Worked Exam Questions

- Measuring electricity
(Voltage, Thermocouple, Current and Resistance)
- Ohms law
- Potential Divider
- Experiment E5a and 5b
- Current, Volts Potential Difference
(for metallic Conductor and Filament Lamp)
- Resistance and temperature
- Resistivity and Resistors
- Conductors and Semiconductors
- Thermistors and LDR
- Kirchoffs Law
- How Does A Potential Divider Work
- Resistors in Parallel and In Series
- Measuring Resistance
- Wheatstone Bridge and Metre Bridge
- Formulae for Problem Solving

- Semiconductors and the PN junction
(Intrinsic, Extrinsic Conduction' Doping Depletion layer, Junction Voltage and Diodes)
- Chemicals, Current and Conduction:
- Domestic electricity
(Plug, Fuse, Earthing, Bonding, Circuits)
- Energy and power
(Electrical Energy, Power, Power Losses, High voltage transmission)
- Formulae for Problem Solving and Experiments

- Magnetic fields
- Current in Magnetic Fields
- Magnetic Flux Density
- Electromagnetic Induction and Magnetic Flux
- Farradays & Lenzs law
- Alternating Current, Mutual Induction, Self Induction and Coils
(RMS voltage and current; Inductors and inductance; Transformer)
- Formulae and Experiments

- Properties of the Electron
- Thermionic Emission
- Energy of an Electron
- Photoelectric Emission
- Photoelectric Law and Photocell
- Energy of X-Rays from K.E.

- Electric fields and Coulombs law
- Charges and the Electroscope
- Electric Field Strength and Direction
- Experiment to Show Electric Field Patterns
- Potential Difference and the Point Effect
- Capacitors and DC and AC Circuits
- Lightning and lightning conductors
- Coulomb's law

- Reflection
(Laws, Mirrors, Ray rules and Ray diagrams)
- Refraction
(Experiments L2 and L3)
- Verification of Snells law
- Measuring n for Liquid and Solid)
- Refractive Index Formulae
- Total Internal Reflection and Critical Angle
- Lenses (Ray Rules and Diagrams)
- Eye and Visual Defects
- Focal Length of Converging Lens
- Formulae for Problem Solving

- Motion (Linear, Velocity and Equations)
- Experiment M1 (Measuring velocity and Acceleration)
- Study Tips on Experiments
- Writing up an experiment
- Force and Friction

- Pressure
(Density, Archimedes Principle, Law of Flotation and Boyles law)
- Moments
(T=Fd, Couple, Lever, Laws of equilibrium)
- Gravitation (Newtons Law of Gravitation)
- Equations for Problem Solving
- Experiments are also included

- Circular Motion
(Radians, Angular Displacement, Linear and Angular Velocity, Frequency and Period)
- Centripital Force
(Acceleration, Vertical Circle, Orbital Period of a Satellite, Mass of the Central Body)
- Simple Harmonic Motion and Hookes law
(Amplitude, Frequency and Unit of Frequency)