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1.8 Pressure

Core Supplement

t Recall and use the equation p = F / A

t Relate pressure to force and area, using

appropriate examples

t Describe the simple mercury barometer and

its use in measuring atmospheric pressure

t Relate (without calculation) the pressure t Recall and use the equation p = hg

beneath a liquid surface to depth and to

density, using appropriate examples

t Use and describe the use of a manometer

2 Thermal physics

2.1 Simple kinetic molecular model of matter

2.1.1 States of matter

Core

t State the distinguishing properties of solids,

liquids and gases

Core Supplement

t Describe qualitatively the molecular structure t Relate the properties of solids, liquids and

of solids, liquids and gases in terms of the gases to the forces and distances between

arrangement, separation and motion of the molecules and to the motion of the molecules

molecules

t Interpret the temperature of a gas in terms of

the motion of its molecules

t Describe qualitatively the pressure of a gas in t Explain pressure in terms of the change of

terms of the motion of its molecules momentum of the particles striking the walls

t Show an understanding of the random motion creating a force

of particles in a suspension as evidence for t Show an appreciation that massive particles

the kinetic molecular model of matter may be moved by light, fast-moving

t Describe this motion (sometimes known molecules

as Brownian motion) in terms of random

molecular bombardment

2.1.3 Evaporation

Core Supplement

t Describe evaporation in terms of the escape t Demonstrate an understanding of how

of more-energetic molecules from the temperature, surface area and draught over a

surface of a liquid surface influence evaporation

t Relate evaporation to the consequent cooling t Explain the cooling of a body in contact with

of the liquid an evaporating liquid

Cambridge IGCSE Physics 0625 syllabus for 2019. Subject content

Core Supplement

t Describe qualitatively, in terms of molecules, t Recall and use the equation

the effect on the pressure of a gas of: pV = constant for a fixed mass of gas

a change of temperature at constant at constant temperature

volume

a change of volume at constant

temperature

2.2.1 Thermal expansion of solids, liquids and

gases

Core Supplement

t Describe qualitatively the thermal expansion t Explain, in terms of the motion and

of solids, liquids, and gases at constant arrangement of molecules, the relative order

pressure of the magnitude of the expansion of solids,

t Identify and explain some of the everyday liquids and gases

applications and consequences of thermal

expansion

Core Supplement

t Appreciate how a physical property that t Demonstrate understanding of sensitivity,

varies with temperature may be used for range and linearity

the measurement of temperature, and state t Describe the structure of a thermocouple

examples of such properties and show understanding of its use

t Recognise the need for and identify fixed as a thermometer for measuring high

points temperatures and those that vary rapidly

t Describe and explain the structure and action t Describe and explain how the structure of

of liquid-in-glass thermometers a liquid-in-glass thermometer relates to its

sensitivity, range and linearity

Core Supplement

t Relate a rise in the temperature of a body to t Give a simple molecular account of an

an increase in its internal energy increase in internal energy

t Show an understanding of what is meant by t Recall and use the equation

the thermal capacity of a body thermal capacity = mc

t Define specific heat capacity

t Describe an experiment to measure the

specific heat capacity of a substance

t Recall and use the equation

change in energy=mcT

Cambridge IGCSE Physics 0625 syllabus for 2019. Subject content

Core Supplement

t Describe melting and boiling in terms of t Distinguish between boiling and evaporation

energy input without a change in temperature

t State the meaning of melting point and

boiling point

t Describe condensation and solidification in t Use the terms latent heat of vaporisation and

terms of molecules latent heat of fusion and give a molecular

interpretation of latent heat

t Define specific latent heat

t Describe an experiment to measure specific

latent heats for steam and for ice

t Recall and use the equation energy = ml

2.3.1 Conduction

Core Supplement

t Describe experiments to demonstrate t Give a simple molecular account of

the properties of good and bad thermal conduction in solids including lattice vibration

conductors and transfer by electrons

2.3.2 Convection

Core

t Recognise convection as an important

method of thermal transfer in fluids

t Relate convection in fluids to density changes

and describe experiments to illustrate

convection

2.3.3 Radiation

Core Supplement

t Identify infra-red radiation as part of the t Describe experiments to show the properties

electromagnetic spectrum of good and bad emitters and good and bad

t Recognise that thermal energy transfer by absorbers of infra-red radiation

radiation does not require a medium

t Describe the effect of surface colour (black t Show understanding that the amount of

or white) and texture (dull or shiny) on radiation emitted also depends on the surface

the emission, absorption and reflection of temperature and surface area of a body

radiation

Cambridge IGCSE Physics 0625 syllabus for 2019. Subject content

Core

t Identify and explain some of the everyday

applications and consequences of conduction,

convection and radiation

3.1 General wave properties

Core Supplement

t Demonstrate understanding that waves

transfer energy without transferring matter

t Describe what is meant by wave motion as

illustrated by vibration in ropes and springs

and by experiments using water waves

t Use the term wavefront

t Give the meaning of speed, frequency, t Recall and use the equation v = f

wavelength and amplitude

t Distinguish between transverse and

longitudinal waves and give suitable

examples

t Describe how waves can undergo: t Describe how wavelength and gap size

reflection at a plane surface affects diffraction through a gap

refraction due to a change of speed t Describe how wavelength affects diffraction

at an edge

diffraction through a narrow gap

t Describe the use of water waves to

demonstrate reflection, refraction and

diffraction

3.2 Light

3.2.1 Reflection of light

Core Supplement

t Describe the formation of an optical image by t Recall that the image in a plane mirror is

a plane mirror, and give its characteristics virtual

t Recall and use the law t Perform simple constructions, measurements

angle of incidence = angle of reflection and calculations for reflection by plane

mirrors

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