2009 Fall Physics 2B Syllabus

2009 Fall Physics 2B Syllabus - Physics 2B -General Physics...

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Physics 2B -General Physics Fall 2009 Lecture: Tuesdays from 9:15 to 12:20 in Science Complex Room 2007 Lab: Thursdays from 9:15 to 12:20 in Science Complex Room 2007 Instructor: Sydney Sukuta, Ph.D. Office: Room 114 Phone: 408-298-2181 ext. 3805, cell 775-232-0659 (Call cell phone first) E-Mail: sydney.sukuta@yahoo.com Office Hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM and by appointment Required Books: Textbook - "Essentials of College Physics" by Serwya.|Vuille [The same textbook used in Physics 2A] Lab notebook - “Student Lab Note book with Spral Binding “ ISBN 978-1-930882-70-6 Course Overview This is the second of a two-semester course in general physics for students not needing calculus based physics. The basic principles of vectors, Newton's Laws of Motion, work, and the conservation principles of energy, linear, and angular momentum have been introduced in Physics 2A. In Physics 2B, these principles are applied to topics in electrodynamics, optics, and modern physics. Course Content I. Electric Charge, Force, and Field A. Relation between electric charge, force and field lines B. Forces between static charges, Coulomb’s Law C. The Electric Field as a Vector II. Electric Potential Energy A. Definition of Voltage Difference B. Relation Between Electric Voltage and Electric Field C. Electric Potential Due to Point Charges D. Equipotential Lines III. Electric Current and DC Circuits A. Definition of Electric Current B. Microscopic View of Electric Current and Resistance C. Relation Between Voltage, Current, and Resistance, Ohm’s Law D. Combinations of Resistors and Capacitors 1
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E. DC Measurements: Voltmeters, Ammeters, and Ohmmeters IV. Magnetic Field and Force A. Magnets and Magnetic Field Lines B. Magnetic Field Produced by Current Carrying Wires and Coils C. Magnetic Force on an Electric Current D. Magnetic Force Between Two Current Carrying Wires E. Magnetic Force on a Moving Electric Point Charge
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2009 Fall Physics 2B Syllabus - Physics 2B -General Physics...

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