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Lecture 1-1 Physics 24100: Electricity and Optics Lecture 003: 10:30 – 11:20 (T,Th): Prof. Maxim Lyutikov 002: 11:30 – 12:20 (T,Th): Prof. Maxim Lyutikov Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers (6 th edition), volume 2 by Paul A. Tipler and Gene Mosca Exams: 2 evening exams and a final exam Quizzes: during lectures & recitations using iClickers . Homework: CHIP (24 assignments) Course Web Page:: http://www.physics.purdue.edu/phys241/ All Lectures take place in Room PHYS112 Lecture 004 (J04 in CHIP): 8:30 – 9:20 (T,Th) Lecture 001 (J01 in CHIP): 9:30 – 10:20 (T,Th) Prof. Yeong Kim (yekim@purdue.edu) Office: PHYS Room 258
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Lecture 1-2 Charge (1) Everyday example: When walking on a carpet on a dry winter’s day and then touching a door knob, one often experiences a spark – This process is called charging • Charging: negatively charged electrons move from the atoms and molecules of the carpet to the soles of our shoes, to the body – Spark: The built-up charge discharges through the metal of the door knob Similar phenomenon involving wind, rain and ice produces lightning
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Lecture 1-3 Charge (2) Normally objects around us do not seem to carry a net charge They have equal amounts of positive and negative charge and are thus electrically neutral Demo:
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