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Syllabus PHY 2180_2185, Fall 2007

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Syllabus PHY 2180_2185, Fall 2007

    Syllabus PHY 2180/2185, Fall 2007

    Lecturer: Jagdish S. Thakur

     Room # 372 in Physics Building

     Tel. # 313 577-2104

     jagdish@wayne.edu

     thRequired Text: Fundamentals of Physics, Halliday/Resnick/Walker, 7 Edition

Date Lecture Topics Reading Assignment

9/4 Introduction, electric charge, Coulomb’s law, 21.1-21.4

    9/5 Charge is quantized, charge is conserved,

     Electric field and field lines, Electric field due to point charge 21.5-21.6, 22.1-22.4 9/7 Problems solving 21 and 22

9/10 Electric field due to charge distributions 22.5-22.8

    9/11 Dipole in an electric field, Gauss’s law 22.9, 23.1-4

    9/12 Applications of Gauss’ law 23.5-23.7

    9/14 Problems solving 22 and 23

    9/17 Applications of Gauss’ law, Electric Potential 23.8-23.9, 24.1-24.3 9/18 Calculating the potential from the field 24.4-24.8

    9/19 Potential of charge distributions 24.9-24.12

    9/21 Problems solving 23 and 24

    9/24 Capacitance, calculating the capacitance 25.1-25.4 9/25 Capacitance and Dielectrics 25.5-25.8

    9/26 Problems solving and review 25

    9/28 MIDTERM 1 at 11:45AM

10/1 Current, resistance, Ohm’s law 26.1-26.4

    10/2 Power in a current , EMF 26.5-26.9,27.1-27.3

    10/3 Single and multi-loop circuit 27.4-27.7 10/5 Problems solving 26 and 27

    10/8 RC circuits, Magnetic field and force 27.8-27.9, 28.1-28.2 10/9 Magnetic field and Cross fields 28.3-28.6

    10/10 Forces on wires, Magnetic fields from currents 28.7-28.10

    10/12 Problems solving 27 and 28

    10/15 Magnetic field due to a current 29.1-29.3 10/16 Ampere’s law, Solenoids and Toroids, Faraday’s law 29.4-29.6, 30.1-30.3

    10/17 Lenz’s law, Induction and energy transfer, induction 30.4-30.7 10/19 Problems solving 29 and 30

    10/22 Self induction, RL circuits Inductions 30.8-30.10 10/23 Energy stored in Magnetic field, LC oscillations 30.10-30.12, 31.1-31.2 10/24 Problems solving and Review 30 and 31

    10/26 MIDTERM 2 at 11:45 AM

    10/29 Electrical- mechanical analogy, LC oscillations 31.3-31.5 10/30 RLC oscillations, forced oscillations, Three simple circuits, 31.6-31.8

    10/31 RLC circuits, power in AC circuits, Transformers 31.9-31.11 11/2 Problems solving 31

11/5 Magnetism in materials 32.1-32.5

    11/6 Magnetism and electrons, magnetic materials 32.6-32.11 11/7 Electromagnetic waves, Radiation pressure, Polarization 33.1-33.7

    11/9 Problems solving 32 and 33

    11/12 Reflection and refraction, Images, mirrors 33.8-33.10, 34.1-34.2 11/13 Mirrors and Lenses 34.3-34.6

    11/14 thin lenses, Optical instruments, index of refraction 34.7-34.9 11/16 Problems solving 33 and 34

11/19 Law of reflection, Diffraction, double-slit interference 35.1-35.3

    11/20 Double-slit interference, Coherence 35.4-35.6 11/21 Interference from thin films 35.7-35.8 11/23 Problems solving 35

11/26 Single slit diffraction 36.1-36.3

    11/27 Diffraction by circular aperture 36.4-36.6

    11/28 Problem solving and review 36

    11/30 MIDTERM 3 at 11:45 AM

    12/3 Diffraction by double slits and Diffraction gratings 36.7-36.9 12/4 X-ray diffraction, Relativity 36.10, 37.1-37.2 12/5 Relativity of time and length 37.3-37.5

    12/7 Problems solving 36 and 37

12/10 Relativity of length, Lorentz transformations 37.6- 37-8

    12/11 Relativity of velocities, Doppler Effect for light 37.9-27.10 212/12 New look at momentum and energy, E=mc 37.11, 37.12 12/14 Problems solving 37

12/17 Review and catch-up

    12/18 11:45 AM FINAL EXAM (COMPREHENSIVE)

    Homework Assignments

    Chapter Questions Problems

    21 1, 6 3, 5, 23, 25,29,31,54, 61

    22 3, 7, 9 3,13,19,25,33,42,62

    23 3, 10 2, 11, 17, 24,34,38,47

    24 2, 7, 9 7, 14,19,22,27,33,45,56

    25 5, 11 6,12,15,27,33,40,47

    26 3, 4, 9 3,10,17,23,34,45,83

    27 2, 8 8,18,25,31,41,42,51

    28 2, 6 3, 7,12,19,24,35,45,51

    29 3,7,10 5, 20,28,37,44,48,50,51

    30 2,6,8 5,18,23,29,32,34,39,60,73

    31 4, 10 2, 9, 20, 31,43,55,62, 44 (optional)

    32 7, 10 8,14,21,33,38,40,59

    33 5, 7 2, 9,28,41,52,59,65,74

    34 1,7 3,9,16,18,33,51,53,60,70,91

35 7, 11 2,8,12,20,23,27,29,54,75

36 3, 8 4, 7,14,18,26,40,54,60

37 2, 5, 8 3, 15,25,29,38,40,55,65 (optional)

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