- Explain the effects of changing pressure on volume of a gas (and vice versa).
- Use the equation ‘PV=constant’ (Boyle’s Law) to solve problems.
- Correctly explain trends in terms of proportionality.
- Explain the effects of quickly compressing a gas on temperature.
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GCSE 9-1 AQA Physics 4.3 - Particle Model of Matter
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EXCELLENT RESOURCE, PLEASE DO CHECK THE CALCULATIONS ON DENSITY AS THERE ARE A FEW ERRORS. MANY THANKS
Dear Laura, thank you for your review and useful feedback. As there is no density content in this resource I checked the entire unit (as your review may have been displaced onto this) and have ensured all resources are error free. Nteach
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