## booklets for all standard grade physics units

I’ve been asked to post a link to all of the booklets so that people have access to something like the energy booklet as they revise using electricity and electronics.  I’ve added these to the standard grade page now.  Look for a link called whole unit notes in each section.

For those of you who have yet to download a copy of the SQA Physics booklet, get yours here.

## S3 wave equation

Here is the answer to the wave equation question.

## S3 amplitude

Here is the answer to the amplitude question.

## S3 frequency

This is the solution to the frequency question.

## S3 wavelength

Here is the answer to the wavelength question.

## S3 homework solutions

I have recorded some short videos to help you review your recent homework exercise.  Here is the answer to part (a) of the data logger question.

## How a TV set works – part 3

The site I have been using throughout the television section of the course is here.

The shadow mask makes sure that electrons fired from the filament responsible for each colour of sub-pixel do not hit the wrong phosphor dots, e.g. electrons sent by the “green” gun do not reach the phosphor dots that glow red or blue. This animation shows how the shadow mask works.

Remember: electrons do not have a colour.  Colour is only produced when electrons collide with phosphor paint.

## How a TV set works – part 1

Here is a short video clip showing how an image can be built up on a TV screen, one line at a time. In a real TV set, the beam moves much more quickly (about 7000 m/s!) across the screen and 25 complete images are shown each second.

raster scan from mr mackenzie on Vimeo.

Remember that in a real TV set, the beam does not scan its way back up the screen but takes a “flyback” from the bottom right to the top left corner to start on the next image.