Physics 2112 - Physics for Engineers and Scientists II
The goal of this course is for students to develop a basic understanding of the physical concepts involved in electrical and magnetic fields, basic electrical circuits, along with geometrical and physical optics. A significant emphasis will be placed on the basic concepts involved. Calculations and calculus will be used as a tool to study and learn these concepts.
Welcome to Physics 2112 (Fall 2022)
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- There are NO CLASSES Wednesday-Friday, November 23rd-25th, due to the Thanksgiving holiday break.
- Our next class will take place on Monday, November 28th in the lecture room (BIC-3535) starting promply at 12:00 Noon.
- Lecture notes for some material are being made available. Click on the desired link(s) below to access.
- Week 14 Lab: Your next laboratory session will take place on Tuesday, November 29th (if you are enrolled in Section 005) or Thursday, December 1st (if you are enrolled in Section 004). Your entire lab, "Lab #14: Introduction to Wireless Communications" packet will be due at the start (1:00 PM) of your next session. You will receive a handout for the next lab.
- The FlipItPhysics Unit 21 Homework: LC and RLC Circuits will due on Tuesday, November 22nd by 11:30 PM. Note that you can still receive 50% credit for any part of any problem that you complete within 24 hours of the cut-off time.
- The FlipItPhysics Unit 22 Homework: Displacement Current and EM Waves will due on Monday, November 28th by 11:30 PM. Note that you can still receive 50% credit for any part of any problem that you complete within 24 hours of the cut-off time.
- The FlipItPhysics Unit 24 Pre-lecture and Checkpoint: Polarization will be due on Tuesday, November 29th by 11:30 AM. Once the cut-off time has elapsed, you will no longer be able to make changes for credit.
- Quiz #9 covering EM Waves is expected to take place on Wednesday, November 29th at the start of class (12:00 Noon).
- Detailed Class Information (Syllabus for Fall 2022)
- FlipItPhysics Homework Assignments
- How to Register and Login to the FlipItPhysics Online Homework
- Openstax textbook: University Physics Volume 2
- Openstax textbook: University Physics Volume 3
- Learning Commons Information (with video)
- GSG (Guided Study Groups) Flyer
- Ask your GSG tutor questions on Discord
- Electric Charge and Electric Force
- Electric Fields (Part 1)
- Electric Fields (Part 2)
- Electric Flux and Gauss' Law
- Electric Potential (Part 1)
- Electric Potential (Part 2)
- Capacitance and Capacitors
- Electric Currents
- Kirchoff's Rules
- Sign Conventions
- Problem Solving Tactics
- Great Electricity and Magnetism Simulations Geogebra and Dave Nero
- Electricity and Magnetism Physics Simulations (University of Colorado)
- Phet Simulations (University of Colorado)
- Hyperphysics (Georgia State University) (More detailed/advanced descriptions of physics topics.)
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