IB DP PHYSICS 2025  is a unique collection of more than 60 interactive topics and simulated experiments for IB DP Physics 2025.
Units covered:
A. Space, Time and Motion; B. The Particulate Nature of Matter; C. Wave Behaviour; D. Fields; E. Nuclear and Quantum Physics.
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### A1. Kinematics

●  Vectors
●  Uniform Motion
●  Projectile Motion
●  Circular Motion

### A2. Forces

●  Gravitational Force
●  Free Fall
●  Contact Forces
●  Pressure
●  Newton’s Laws of Motion
●  2nd Law Experiment
●  Viscous Drag
●  Elastic Forces: Spring and Wire
●
Linear Momentum
●  Collisions and Explosions
●  Elastic Collisions in 3D

### A3. Work, Energy and Power

●  Work Energy and Power
●  Kinetic and Potential Energy Conversions
●  Energy Stored in a Spring

### A4. Rigid Body Mechanics

●  Centre of Mass
●  Torque and Moment of Inertia
●  Rotational Kinetic Energy
●  Angular Momentum
●  Gyroscopes

### A5. Special Relativity

●  Reference Frames
●  Inertial Frames
●  Galilean Relativity
●  Galilean Transforms and Newton’s Laws
●  Maxwell’s Equations
●  The Michelson – Morley Experiment
●  Postulates of Special Relativity
●  Lorentz Transforms
●  Light Clocks
●  Time Dilation
●  Simultaneity
●  Length Contraction

### B1. Thermal Energy Transfer

●  Particle Model
●  Specific Heat Capacity
●  Measuring the Specific Heat Capacity of a Metal
●  Specific Latent Heat
●  Measuring the Specific Latent Heat of Ice
●  Thermal Energy Transfer
●  Land and Sea Breezes
●  Thermal Conductivity

### B2. Greenhouse Effect

●  The Greenhouse Effect
●  The Solar Constant and Albedo
●  The Energy Balance of the Earth

### B3. Gas Laws

●  Pressure: The Basics
●  Diffusion and Brownian Motion
●  Ideal Gas and Kinetic Theory
●  Boyle’s Law Experiment
●  Charles’s Law Experiment

### B4. Thermodynamics

●  The First Law of Thermodynamics
●  Thermodynamic Processes
●  Heat Engines
●  The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Entropy

### B5. Current and Circuits

●  Electric Current
●  Potential Difference (Voltage)
●  Resistivity Experiment
●  Current-Voltage Characteristics
●  Internal Resistance Experiment
●  Circuit Symbols Test

### C1. Simple Harmonic Motion

●  Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)
●  Energy Transfer in Simple Harmonic Motion
●  Simple Pendulum Experiment
●  Mass on a Spring Experiment
●  Damped Harmonic Motion

### C2. Wave Model

●  Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
●  Electromagnetic Waves
●  Polarization of Electromagnetic Waves
●  Speed of Sound Experiment
●  Wave Mathematics

### C3. Wave Phenomena

●  Reflection of Waves
●  Refraction of Waves
●  Refraction of Light
●  Dispersion of Light
●  Superposition of Waves
●  Diffraction and Interference
●  Multiple Slit Interference
●  Young’s Double Slit Experiment

### C4. Standing Waves and Resonance

●  Standing Waves
●  Resonance
●  Standing Wave Experiment

### C5. The Doppler Effect

●  Doppler Effect Theory
●  Doppler Effect Applications

### D1. Gravitational Fields

●  Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
●  Earth’s Gravitational Field
●  Gravitational Potential
●  Kepler’s Laws
●  Circular Orbits
●  Polar and Geostationary Orbits

### D2. Electric and Magnetic Fields

●  Forces Between Charged Bodies
●  Coulomb’s Law
●  Electric Fields
●  Electric Field Plotting
●  Millikan’s Oil Drop Experiment
●  Magnets – An Introduction
●  Magnetic Field of a Straight Wire
●  Magnetic Field of Coils

### D3. Motion in Electromagnetic Fields

●  The Motor Effect
●  Force on a Current Carrying Conductor
●  DC Motor
●  Force Between Two Current Carrying Parallel Wires
●  Motion of Electrons in an Electric Field
●  Motion of Electrons in a Magnetic Field
●  Bainbridge Mass Spectrometer

### D4. Induction

●  Electromagnetic Induction
●  Alternating Current Generator
●  Magnet and Coil Experiment
●  Electromagnetic Induction Experiment

### E1. Structure of the Atom

●  Rutherford’s Alpha Scattering Experiment
●  Deflection of Alpha Particles by a Nucleus
●  Nuclear Notation
●  Deviation from Rutherford’s Scattering Formula
●  Emission and Absorption Spectra
● The Bohr Atom
●  Determining the Rydberg Constant

### E2. Quantum Physics

●  The Origin of Quantum Theory
●  The Photoelectric Effect
●  Photoelectric Effect Experiment
●  The Double Slit Experiment

●  Decay Mechanisms
●  Conservation Laws in Nuclear Reactions
●  Nuclear Binding Energy and Mass Defect

●  Measurement of Half-Life of Protactinium-234

### E4. Fission

●  This section is under construction
●  Fission
●  Fission Chain Reactions
●  Nuclear Reactors.

### E5. Fusion and Stars

●  Nuclear Fusion
●  Stellar Measurements
●  The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram
●  Stellar Evolution

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