Summary of resources for AQA GCSE Physics and AQA GCSE Combined Science (Physics part)

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AQA GCSE Physics Particle Model of Matter Required Practicals

There is only required practical for this topic.

Required practical activity 5: use appropriate apparatus to make and record the measurements needed to determine the densities of regular and irregular solid objects and liquids.

Volume should be determined from the dimensions of regularly shaped objects, and by a displacement technique for irregularly shaped objects.

Dimensions to be measured using appropriate apparatus such as a ruler, micrometer or Vernier callipers.