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  • H – Hydrogen
  • He – Helium
  • Li – Lithium
  • Be – Beryllium
  • B – Boron
  • C – Carbon
  • N – Nitrogen
  • O – Oxygen
  • F – Fluorine
  • Ne – Neon
  • Na – Sodium
  • Mg – Magnesium
  • Al – Aluminium
  • Si – Silicon
  • P – Phosphorus
  • S – Sulfur
  • Cl – Chlorine
  • Ar – Argon
  • K – Potassium
  • Ca – Calcium
  • Sc – Scandium
  • Ti – Titanium
  • V – Vanadium
  • Cr – Chromium
  • Mn – Manganese
  • Fe – Iron
  • Co – Cobalt
  • Ni – Nickel
  • Cu – Copper
  • Zn – Zinc
  • Ga – Gallium
  • Ge – Germanium
  • As – Arsenic
  • Se... (More)
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All Physics Definitions for Leaving Certificate - Higher Level

Light

  • Refraction is the bending of light as it goes from one medium to another.
  • Laws of Refraction: (1) Incident ray, refracted ray & normal are on the same plane. (2) Sine I/Sine R is constant.
  • Refractive Index: Sine I/Sine R = 1/Sin C = Real depth/Apparent depth = c1/c2
  • Critical Angle: The angle whose angle of incidence is 90 when light goes from a denser to a rarer medium.
  • Total Internal Reflection: When light travelling from a denser to a rarer medium strikes the second medium with an angle of incidence greater than the critical angle, it is reflected... (More)

Force and Types of Forces

Parts and functions of the eye