Phys222 Classical Physics II
Winter 2016

<a href= >Magnetic field of the Sun</a>

NASA:  Magnetic field lines (white) and magnetic field strength (low = blue to high = red) due to Coronal Mass Ejections (CME's) from the Sun.
CME's are gigantic bubbles of ionized hydrogen and electrons.

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Syllabus       WebAssign key: csub 3738 9223 and csub 0374 5533 for the Updated Technology edition
Practice Exam 1
Quiz 1: Scores
Exam 1: Scores       Exam 1: Key
Practice Exam 2
Quiz 2: Scores       Quiz 2: Key
Exam 2: Scores     Exam 2: Key
Practice Exam 3 with Key
Quiz 3_1 Monday Scores          Quiz 3_1 Monday Key
Quiz 3_2 Rest of Week Scores     Quiz 3_2 Rest of Week Key
Exam 3: Scores
Lab 1: "Coffee" cooling
Lab 2: Specific Heat of Metals
Lab 3: Latent Heat of Fusion
Lab 4: Voltage, Current, and Resistance in a DC Circuit
Lab 5: Resistances in Series and Parallel
Lab 6: Voltage vs Time across an Unknown Capacitor
Lab 7: Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field

Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
Ch 19  Thermal Physics
Ch 20  Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics
Ch 21  The Kinetic Theory of Gases
Ch 22
  Heat Engines, Entropy, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics


Electricity and Magnetism
Ch 23  Electric Fields
Ch 24  Gauss's Law
Ch 25  Electric Potential
Ch 26  Capacitance and Dielectrics
Ch 27  Current and Resistance
Ch 28  Direct Current Circuits
Ch 29  Magnetic Fields
Ch 30  Sources of the Magnetic Field
Ch 31  Faraday's Law


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