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Unformatted text preview: cture 1-1 Physics 241: Electricity and Optics 1 st Lecturer : Prof. Yeong Kim 2 nd Lecturer Prof. Rolf Scharenberg Office: Room 258, Physics building Office: Room 249, Physics Building Phone: 494-3042 Phone: 494-8748 Email: yekim@purdue.edu Email: schrnbrg@purdue.edu Lecturer in Charge: Prof. Laura Pyrak-Nolte Administrator: Dr V. K. Saxena Office: Room 176, Physics Building Office: Room 176, Physics Building Phone: 494-9575 Phone: 494-9575 Office: Room 166, Physics Building Email: saxena@physics.purdue.edu Phone: 494-3005 Email: ljpn@purdue.edu Office Hours: M 11:30, or by appointment Office Hours: Kim, Scharenberg, and Saxena by appointment cture 1-2 Physics 241 Electricity and Optics TEXTBOOK Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 6 th edition, Volume 2 Paul A. Tipler and Gene Mosca (W. H. Freeman and company) I-CLICKER Audience response device, ISBN 0-7167-7939-0 Publishers Bedford, Freeman and Worth To activate your I-Clicker you will need to place the ID-code from the device into CHIPS the first time you login. You should do this as soon as possible as the I-Clicker be used during the first week of class, both in lecture and recitation. (see syllabus) CLICKER QUESTIONS IN LECTURE There is one clicker point for logging in at the lecture. There will a clicker graded question about the assigned reading material at the beginning of each lecture, followed by an ungraded warmup quiz and finally a graded quiz question. (total 3 points possible) PHYSICS 241 WEB SITE: http://www.physics.purdue.edu/physics241 . cture 1-3 An Old (and Fundamental!) Question: What is the Structure of Matter in the Universe? cture 1-4 Nuclei ~ 10-15 m Scale ~ 10-10 m Scale ~ 10 26 m Iron Wood Universe Gravitation Electromagnetism Strong Nuclear Force Leptons Quarks Gluons Basics Constituents Size Scales in the Universe Ancient Man ~1m Atoms cture 1-5...
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