2B-1S10Grsh - PHYSICS 2B-1 Spring 2010 FUNDAMENTALS OF...

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PHYSICS 2B-1 Spring 2010 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS : E&M, OPTICS & ATOMIC STRUCTURE Instructor: Dr. IRINA BERMAN Office: Room: Sci. 312 Tel: (408) 924 5268 E-mail: [email protected] Class hours: Room: Sci 253 T, R: 9.00-10.15 Office hours: M , W,F: 10.30-11.30;12.30-13.30 T,R: 10.20-12.00 Required Textbooks College Physics , Serway & Vuille , V2, 8 th edition; Prerequisites: Algebra, Physics 2A General remarks : Physics 2B is the second semester of a one year introductory course in Physics for students having an algebra background. In is designed for Biology, Premedical, Technical, and Liberal Arts majors. It will cover Electricity, Magnetism, Circuits, Lenses, Mirrors, Wave Optics, Atomic Physics, and Nuclear Physics. Learning objectives : After completion of the course students should understand the basic concepts of the topic covered. Students should be able to solve physics problems similar to those in the homework assignments Laboratory : Each student must be signed up for a lab section. Failing the lab results in failing the course. Homework : Due as indicated on the assignment sheet. Students are required to
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