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### PHYS 241-Syllabus

Course: PHYS 241, Spring 2011
School: Purdue
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241 DEPARTMENT Physics OF PHYSICS Electricity and Optics Fall 2010 Professor in Charge: Prof. Koltick Lecturer: Prof. Kim Office: Room 335, Physics Building Phone: 494-5557 Email: koltick@purdue.edu LECTURE: 8:30 am - 9:20 am LECTURE: 9:30 am - 10:20 am Office Hours: By Appointment Office: Room 258, Physics Building Phone: 494-3042 Email: yekim@purdue.edu Office Hours: After Class/By Appointment Lecturer:...

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