This course is the second term of a calculus based, two-semester lecture and laboratory
course in classical physics. Topics of discussion include the oscillations, electrostatics, the
analysis of electric circuits, magnetostatics, electrodynamics, electromagnetic waves, and the
interaction of light with matter in the context of geometric optics. A great deal of emphasis
will be placed on understanding the theory of classical electricity and magnetism. We will
essentially investigate how electrically charged particles interact with each other and the
interesting consequences that arise. Physical principles will be demonstrated with a "hands
on" laboratory experience.
Khalfan, Amish. (2021, January), Syllabus, PHYS 1052C - JAW General Physics II, Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University.
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