29:28 Physics II

Electricity & Magnetism

Spring Semester, AY 2004-2005

 

TEXT & LAB MANUAL

INSTRUCTOR & TA INFORMATION

Instructor

Teaching Assistant

OFFICE HOURS

DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE

COURSE SCHEDULE

Week of

Topic

Textbook Chapter

Homework Problems

Laboratory Experiment

Jan. 17 Electric Charge & Coulomb's Law 25 to be announced no lab this week
Jan. 24 The Electric Field 26 Exercises: Ch. 25: 2,6,14,21; Ch. 26: 4,8,16,37. Problems: Ch. 25: 1, 8; Ch. 26: 1, 7 Lab E1: charge measurement
Jan. 31 Gauss's Law 27 Exercises: 1,3,4,5,9,14,16,27. Problems: 1,3,5,8. E2: Coulomb's Law
Feb. 7 Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential 28 Exercises: 2,7,12,14,18,28,32,39 Problems: 2,4,6,12 E3: mapping electric fields
Feb. 14 Electric Properties of Materials 29 Exercises: 1,2,13,19 Problems: 2,9 E7: e/m of an electron
Feb. 21 Capacitance 30 Exercises: 1,3,4,9,10,22,23,28 Problems: 1,2,4,6 No lab this week
Feb. 28 DC Circuits 31 Exercises: 1,3,5,6,11,19,30,45 Problems: 1,3,8,11 E4: parallel-plate capacitor
Mar. 7 Magnetic Fields 32 Exercises: 1,3,5,10,14,25,29,32 Problems: 1,4,6,9 E5: Ohm's Law and circuits
Mar. 14 Spring Break --- no class   Fun,Fun,Fun till Daddy takes the T_Bird away  
Mar. 21 Magnetic Field of a Current 33 Exercises: 2,3,6,8,21,23,30,33 Problems: 1,2,4,6 E8: magnetic fields and Faraday's Law
Mar. 28 Faraday's Law of Induction 34 Exercises: 1,4,12,16 Problems: 1,5 E6: forces between currents
Apr. 4 Magnetic Properties of Materials 35 Exercises: 1,3,5,9,10,12,14,15 Problems: 1,3,5,6 E9: torque and force on magnetic dipole
Apr. 11 Inductance 36 Exercises: 1,3,12,15,23,26,34,40 Problems: 1,3,6,7 No lab this week
Apr. 18 AC Circuits 37 NONE: will be included in next week's assignment OS1: oscilloscopes
Apr. 25 Hydrostatics 15 (vol. 1) Exercises: 1,3,6,8,10,17,19,26 Problems: 1(a,b), 5,10,12 E11: AC (alternating current) circuits
May 2 Hydrodynamics 16 (vol. 1) None this week. Good luck with finals! A5: fluid flow
May 9 Final Exams      

HOMEWORK

EXAMS

CLASS MEETINGS AND FUNCTIONS

COURSE LABORATORY

GRADING POLICY

COURSE WEB PAGE

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AVAILABILTY OF MODIFICATIONS

POLICY GOVERNING UNDERGRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN COURSES OUTSIDE THEIR OWN COLLEGE OR DEGREE PROGRAM

This course is given by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. This means that class policies on matters such as requirements, grading, and sanctions for academic dishonesty are governed by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Students wishing to add or drop this course after the official deadline must receive the approval of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Details of the University policy of cross enrollments may be found at: http://www.uiowa.edu/~provost/deos/crossenroll.doc.

PROCEDURES FOR STUDENT COMPLAINTS

PLAGIARISM AND CHEATING

A student suspected of plagiarism or cheating must inform the student in writing as soon as possible after the incident has been observed or discovered. Instructors who detect cheating or plagiarism may decide, in consultation with the departmental executive officer, to reduce the student's grade on the assignment or the course, even to assign an F. The instructor writes an account of the chronology of the plagiarism or cheating incident for the DEO (Associate Chair), who sends an endorsement of the written report of the case to the Associate Dean for Academic Programs, CLAS. A copy of the report will be sent to the student.

A detailed policy is printed in the Schedule of Courses and the College's Student Academic Handbook.

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