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Midterm review
Charges and current.
Coulomb’s Law.
Electric field, flux, potential and Gauss’s Law.
Passive circuit components.
Resistance and resistor, Ohm’s Law. Resistance as a function of temperature. Power
dissipated through a resistor.
Capacitance and capacitor. Simple RC circuit, charge and discharge and the time constant,
and energy and energy density (PE
E
and u
E
) stored in a capacitor.
Selfinductance and inductor. Simple RL circuit, “charge” and “discharge” and the time
constant, and energy and energy density (PE
B
and u
B
) stored in an inductor.
Power and battery model (emf + internal resistance).
Circuit analysis, simple connections in series and in parallel and the Kirchhoff’s rules.
Current generates magnet field: BiotSavart Law.
Magnet field flux and Ampere’s Law.
Lorentz force law.
Motion emf, Faraday’s Law of induction and Lentz Law.
Mutual and self induction.
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course PHYS 1304 taught by Professor Ye during the Spring '08 term at SMU.
 Spring '08
 Ye
 Charge, Current, Magnetism, Resistance, Power

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