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1-08-08Lec01 - Lecture 1-1 Physics 241: Electricity and...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 1-1 Physics 241: Electricity and Optics Lecture 0201: 11:30 12:20 (T,Th) 0301: 12:30 1:20 (T,Th) Prof. Wei Xie(wxie@purdue.edu) Office: PHYS Room 246 Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers (6 th edition), volume 2 by Paul A. Tiplerand Gene Mosca Exams: 2 evening hour exams and a two-hour final exam Quizzes:during lectures using iClickers . Homework: CHIP (26 assignments) Course Web Page:: http://www.physics.purdue.edu/phys241/ All Lectures take place in Rm. PHYS112 Lecture 0101: 10:30 11:20 (T,Th) Prof. HisaoNakanishi (hisao@purdue.edu) Office: PHYS Room 264 Lecture 1-2 Charging by rubbing Lecture 1-3 Charging by induction grounding polarization by induction Lecture 1-4 Lecture 1-5 (Static) Electric Charge Electric charge is an intrinsic property of the fundamental particles that every atom is made of, and thus of any object in nature. Electric charge states: negative (electrons, e.g.) positive (protons, etc) neutral (neutrons, etc) Obtaining net electric charges gettingor losing charged particles For instance, friction can cause electrons to move from one object to another. Lecture 1-6...
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