This topic area is covered in KS4 science at a very similar level to that expected here. Students are likely to remember the electromagnetic spectrum waves and have recently used the wave equation as a calculation. The difference between GCSE and the T level specification is likely to be the examples and contexts of using waves in medical and science settings to bring the concepts to life and allow students to be able to how properties and equations are applied. There are also opportunities to link to the sections on converting units and comparing gamma radiation to other waves on the same spectrum.
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