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    Internal Resistance of a cell

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    • Submitted: 21/07/2007
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    Sensing project

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    viscosity of golden syrup

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    AS OCR B Advancing Physics Coursework - Making Sense of Data

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    • Submitted: 03/07/2008
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    Determining Avogadro's Number Lab

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    • Submitted: 13/11/2007
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    Experiment to find the specific heat capacity of an aluminium block.

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    Experiment to determine gravity from a spring using digital techniques

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    Wavelength of red light

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    Torsional Pendulum final experiment

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    Wave Coursework

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