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Electricity and magnetism dominate much of the world around us – from the most fundamental processes in nature to cutting-edge electronic devices. Electric and magnetic fields arise from charged particles. Charged particles also feel forces in electric and magnetic fields. Maxwell’s equations, in addition to describing this behavior, also describe electromagnetic radiation.
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Lecture 1: What holds our world together?
Lecture 2: Electric Field and Dipoles
Lecture 3: Electric Flux and Gauss's Law
Lecture 4: Electrostatic Potential and Electric Energy
Lecture 5: Electrostatic Shielding (Faraday Cage)
Lecture 6: High-Voltage Breakdown and Lightning
Lecture 7: Capacitance and Field Energy
Lecture 8: Polarization and Dielectrics
Lecture 9: Currents, Resistivity and Ohm's Law
Lecture 10: Batteries and EMF
Lecture 11: Magnetic field and Lorentz Force
Lecture 12: Review Exam 1 (Secret Top!)
Lecture 13: Moving Charges in B-fields
Lecture 14: Biot-Savart Law
Lecture 15: Ampere's Law
Lecture 16: Electromagnetic Induction
Lecture 17: Motional EMF and Dynamos
Lecture 18: Displacement Current and Synchronous Motors
Lecture 19: How do magicians levitate women?
Lecture 20: Inductance and RL Circuit
Lecture 21: Magnetic Materials
Lecture 22: Hysteresis and Electromagnets
Lecture 23: Review for Exam 2
Lecture 24: Transformers, Car Coils and RC Circuits
Lecture 25: Driven LRC Circuits and Resonance
Lecture 26: Traveling Waves and Standing Waves
Lecture 27: Resonance and Destructive Resonance
Lecture 28: Index of Refraction and Poynting Vector
Lecture 29: Snell's Law, Refraction and Total Reflection
Lecture 30: Polarizers and Malus's Law
Lecture 31: Rainbows
Lecture 32: Review for Exam 3
Lecture 33: Double-Slit Interference and Interferometers
Lecture 34: Gratings and Resolving Power
Lecture 35: Doppler Effect and The Big Bang
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