PHYS208 Fundamentals of Physics II

Concept Checks

 Failure is instructive. The person who really thinks learns quite as much from his failures as from his successes. 
 John Dewey, quoted in Contemporary Abstract Algebra, by J. Gallian. 
 We only think when confronted with a problem. 
 John Dewey, quoted in Harper's Quotes 

Feb. 13:  1  Electric Field Lines
Feb. 16:  2  Electric Potential
Feb. 20:  3  Series Resistors
Feb. 20:  4  Series and Parallel Resistors
Feb. 23:  5  Multiloop Circuits
Feb. 25:  6  Field Contribution Symmetries; Second Configuration
Feb. 27:  7  Charge Distributions -- Near and Far
Mar. 4:  8  Gauss's Law -- Enclosed Charge
Mar. 6:  9  Conductors and Induced Surface Charge
Mar. 9:  10  Capacitance
Mar. 11:  11  Stored Energy in a Charged Capacitor
Mar. 13:  12  RC Circuits
Mar. 16:  13  Series and Parallel Capacitors
Mar. 18:  14  Electrostatics of Conductors
Mar. 25:  15  Cross Products
Mar. 27:  16  Charge Circulation in a Magnetic Field
Apr. 1:  17  Magnetic Field About a Wire
Apr. 3:  18  Forces on Parallel Wires
Apr. 15:  19  Lenz's Law
Apr. 17:  20  Lenz's Law (contd.) Second Configuration
Apr. 20:  21  Motional emf
Apr. 22:  22  LR Circuits Second Configuration
Apr. 24:  23  LC Circuits
 24  ac Circuits


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