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ELECTRIC FORCE AND ELECTRIC CHARGE
1. Introduction
2. Charge Quantization and Charge Conservation
3. Conductors and Insulators
THE ELECTRIC FIELD
2. The Superposition of Electric Forces
Example Problem 1: Electric Field of a Charged Rod
3. The Electric Field
Example Problem 2: Electric Field of Point Charge Q
Example Problem 3: Electric Field of Charge Sheet
Example Problem 4: Electric Field of Multiple Charge Sheets
5. Electric Dipole in an Electric Field
GAUSS' LAW
2. Gauss' Law
Example Problem 1: Electric Field of a Point Charge
Example Problem 2: Electric Field of a Charge Sheet
3. Conductors in Electric Fields
THE ELECTROSTATIC POTENTIAL
2. Calculating the Electrostatic Potential
Example Problem 1: Electrostatic Potential of a Charged Rod
Example Problem 2: Distance of Closest Approach
3. The Electrostatic Field as a Conservative Field
4. The Gradient of the Electrostatic Potential
Example Problem 3: Electric Field derived from Electrostatic Potential
Example Problem 4: Potential and Field of a Charged Annulus
5. The Potential and Field of a Dipole
ELECTRIC ENERGY OF A SYSTEM OF POINT CHARGES
1 Introduction
Example Problem: Model of a Carbon Nucleus
2 Energy of a System of Conductors
Example Problem: Fission of Uranium
3. Capacitors in Combination
Example: Multi-plate Capacitor
Example Problem: Capacitors in Series/Parallel
4. Dielectrics
Example Problem: The Parallel Plate Capacitor
5. Gauss Law in Dielectrics
Example Problem: The Spherical Capacitor
6 Energy in Capacitors
Example Problem: Capacitors in Parallel
Example Problem: Energy Stored in Capacitors
CURRENTS AND OHMS LAW
1. Electric Current
Example: Resistance of a Wire
2. The resistivity of materials
Example: Connecting an AC
Example: HV Lines
3. Resistance in combination
Example: Superconducting Cables
Example: Resistors in Circuits
DC CIRCUITS
1. Electromotive Force
27.2. Single-loop currents
3. Multi-loop circuits
Example Problem: Multi-loop Circuit
4. Energy in circuits
Example Problem: High-Voltage Transmission Line
Example Problem: Charging a Battery
Example Problem: Draining a Battery
5. The RC circuit
THE MAGNETIC FORCE AND FIELD
1. The magnetic force
Example Problem: Magnetic Field of a Neutron Star
2. The Biot-Savart Law
Example Problem: Helmholtz Coils
Example Problem: Magnetic Field due to a Long Wire
3. The magnetic dipole
Example Problem: Spinning Charged Disk
AMPERES LAW
Example Problem: Field due to six parellel wires
2. The solenoid
Example Problem: Superposition of magnetic fields
Example Problem: Coaxial cable
3. Motion of charges in electric and magnetic fields
4. Crossed electric and magnetic fields
5. Forces on a wire
Example Problem: Magnetic balance
6. Torque on a current loop
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
1. Motional emf
Example Problem: Metal Rod in Magnetic Field
Example Problem: Induced EMF in a Solenoid
2. The Induced Electric-Field
3 Inductance
Example Problem: Mutual Induction
4. Magnetic Energy
Example Problem: The Toroid
5. The RL circuit
Example Problem: Joule Heat in RLCircuit
MAGNETIC MATERIALS
1. Magnetic Moments
Example Problem: Two-electron Interactions
2. Paramagnetism
Example Problem: Filled Solenoid
3. Ferromagnetism
Example Problem: Number of Aligned Electrons
4. Diamagnetism
AC CIRCUITS
1. Alternating Current
2. AC Resistor Circuits
3. AC Capacitor Circuits
4. AC Inductive Circuit
Example Problem: AC Circuit
5. LC Circuits
6. The Phasor Diagram
Example Problem: LCC Circuit
Example Problem: RC Circuit
7. The Transformer
THE DISPLACEMENT CURRENT AND MAXWELLS EQUATIONS
1. The displacement current
Example Problem: Parallel-Plate Capacitor
2. Maxwells Equations
Example Problem: Conservation of Charge
3. Cavity Oscillations
4. The Electric Field of an Accelerated Charge
5. The magnetic field of an accelerated charge
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