A Level Physics Formula Sheet

Updated on April 23, 2019 The Author is a successful A-Level veteran, willing to spread whatever knowledge he gained.

Below is a complete and detailed formula sheet for A Level Physics. Only A2 Level topics are included. (For AS Level Physics see this article).

This should serve as an excellent resource for revising the whole syllabus and as well as for quick flash revision.

• Relevant formulas are given within their respective topics which are arranged in chronological order.
• A brief introduction for every formula is given along with necessary knowledge of units.
• Relevant knowledge for deriving formula is also given where appropriate.
• Most important formulas are cited first while those used less often are cited in the end.

Contents

1. Circular Motion
2. Gravitational Fields
3. Simple Harmonic Motion
4. Coulomb's Law
5. Capacitance
6. Electromagnetism
7. Electromagnetic Induction
8. Alternating Currents
9. Quantum Physics
10. Nuclear Physics
11. Ideal Gases A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Circular Motion A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Circular Motion

*Correction: Force in centripetal motion is F = mv^2 / r and not a = mv^2 / r, as stated above. A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Gravitational Fields A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Gravitational Fields A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Simple Harmonic Motion A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Coulumb's Law A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Capacitance

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— Ali Khan A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Electromagnetism A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Electromagnetic Induction A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Alternating Currents A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Quantum Physics A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Nuclear Physics A Level Physics Formula Sheet - Ideal Gases

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• humza

6 weeks ago

in force on a charged particle in a magnetic field.formula is: i=nq/t

f=Bnqv(sinA). In your formula n is missing please correct it.

• Ali roy

5 months ago

Thanks a lot for your time and generosity

• devyansh

5 months ago

for circular motion, its f=mv^2/r, not a

• Student about to die

18 months ago

this just saved me.

• Ali hayder

3 years ago

Thanks, it has almost all necessary formulae. :)

• SaFaL

3 years ago

This is seriously the best guide ,thank u soo much .

• 4 years ago

Thank u very much

• Hamas Ali

5 years ago

Thankyou So Much..

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