# SS One Physics Second Term

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#### Week 1 Heat Energy Take Online Quiz Here

Learning objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
1. Define heat energy and temperature
2. Explain the concept of heat and temperature
3. Distinguish between heat and temperature
4. List the effects of heat on bodies
5. State the uses of heat

#### Week 2 Thermometer and Thermometric Substances Check Textbooks & References Here

Learning objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
1. Define the terms “thermometer” and “thermometric substances”
2. List five different types of thermometers and their thermometric substances
3. State five thermometric substances and their respective physical properties
5. Give four reasons why water is not used as a thermometric substance
6. Draw a well labelled diagram of a clinical thermometer
7. Explain the terms “evaporation” and “boiling”

#### Week 3 Expansion of Solids Go to Other Classes and Terms Here

Learning objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
1. State five effects and applications of thermal expansion of solids
2. List five advantages of thermal expansion of solids
3. Mention five disadvantages of thermal expansion of solids
4. Give reasons why gaps are left in the construction of railway tracks

#### Week 4 Expansivity and its Application Buy Lesson Notes Here

Learning objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
1. Define linear expansivity of solids
2. Derive a formular for the coefficient of linear expansivity
3. Solve questions relating to linear expansivity
4. Define area expansivity of solids
5. Derive a formular for the coefficient of area expansivity
6. Solve questions relating to area expansivity
7. Derive a relationship between the coefficients of linear and area expansivity

#### Week 5 Expansivity and its Application Join Online Classes Here

Learning objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
1. Define volume (or cubic) expansivity of solids
2. Derive a formular for the coefficient of cubic expansivity
3. Solve questions relating to cubic expansivity
4. Derive a relationship between the coefficients of linear and cubic expansivity
5. Differentiate between real and apparent cubic expansivity of water
6. Describe an experiment to determine the apparent cubic expansivity of a liquid
7. Explain the anomalous behaviour of water using a well labelled diagram

Learning objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
1. State three modes of heat transfer and define each of them
2. List five materials each for good conductors and bad conductors of heat
3. Mention and explain four practical applications of conduction of heat
4. State one application of convection current in nature
5. List four practical applications of radiation
6. Mention three ways radiation can be detected
7. Explain how thermos flasks minimize heat exchange with the surroundings

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1. Which of the following statements is correct?

2. Which of the following physical quantities is correctly paired with its corresponding S.I. unit? 2007 Q2

3. The following are advantages of thermal expansion of solids except

4. If heat is removed from solids they

5. Gaps are left in the construction of railway tracks to give room for

6. The stopper of a bottle can be removed due to the ………… of the glass

7. Which of the following phenomena is the practical evidence for the existence of the continual motion of molecules? 2005, Q1

8. The following are good conductors of heat except

9. The silver surface of a thermos flask minimizes heat loss by

10. Like charges —

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