Jordan University of Science and Technology Faculty of Science Department of Applied Physics Second Semester 2007-2008 Course Information

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Jordan University of Science and Technology

Faculty
of
Science

Department of

Applied Physics





Second
Semester

200
7
-
2008


Course Information

Course Title

General Physics II

Course Number

Phys. 102

Prerequisites

Phys. 101

Course Website

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Ins
tructor

Hasan Al
-
Khateeb (as a coordinator)

Office
Location

PH3 Level 1

Office Phone

234
3
1

Office Hours

Sun
, Tues
, Thurs
:
11
-
12

or by appointment

E
-
mail

hkhateeb@just.edu.jo

Teaching Assistant

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Co
urse Description


This course covers the following topics:
Electric Field, Gauss’s Law, Electric Potential, Capacitors and
Dielectric, Current and Resistance, DC Circuits, Magnetic Field, Sources of Magnetic Field,
Electromagnetic Induction and Faraday’s

Law.


Text Book

Title

Physics for Scientists & Engineers

Author(s)

D. C. Giancoli

Publisher

Pearson

Year

2008

Edition

4
th

Edition

Book Website


References

Physics for Scientists & Engineers by Serway and Beichner



Assessment Policy

Assessmen
t Type

Expected Due Date

Weight

First Exam



1
6
-
17
/3/
200
8

30
%

Second Exam



27
-
28
/4/200
8

30
%

Final Exam

Final week Exam

40%

Assignments


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Course Objectives

Weights

1.

To provide the students with a clear and logical presentation of the
basic concepts
and principles of electricity, magnetism.

6
0
%

2.

To strengthen an understanding of the concepts and principles through a broad
range of interesting applications to the real world

4
0
%





Useful Resources



Course Content

Week

Topics

Chapte
r in Text


1
+2



S
tatic electricity
, insulators and conductors,
Coulomb’s law, the electric field , electric field of
a continuous charge distribution, electric field
lines, electric fields and conductors, motion of
charged particles in a uniform electric

field.


Chapter
21





3+4

Electric flux, Gauss’s law, applications of
Gauss’s law.


Chapter
22




5
+
6


E
lectric potential energy and potential
difference, relation between electric potential
and electric field, electric potential due to point
charges
, potential due to continuous charge
distribution, equipotential surfaces, obtaining
electric field from electric potential, electrostatic
potential energy; electron volt.

Chapter
23




7+8

Capacitors, determination of capacitance,
capacitors in series an
d parallel, electric energy
storage, dielectrics


Chapter
24




8+9

The electric battery, electric current, Ohm’s law,
resistivity, electric power, drift velocity

Chapter
25




10
+
11


EMF and terminal voltage, resistors in series
and parallel, Kirchhoff
’s rules, series and
parallel EMFs, RC circuits.


Chapter
26

1
2
+1
3

Magnets and the magnetic fields, electric
currents produce magnetic fields, force on
electric current in magnetic field, force on
electric charge in magnetic field, torque on a
current l
oop, discovery and properties of the
electron, the Hall effect, mass spectroscopy.


Chapter
27

1
4
+
1
5

M
agnetic field due to straight wire, forces
between two parallel wires, Ampère’s law, the
magnetic field of a solenoid and a toroid, Biot
-
Savart law.

Ch
apter 28

1
6


I
nduced EMF, Faraday’s law of induction;
Len’s law, EMF induced in moving conductor, a
changing magnetic flux produces an electric
field.

Chapter 29

Additional Notes

Assignments

Suggested problem in the detailed syllabus

Exams

All the
exams are multiple choice exams

The final exam is a comprehensive exam.

Cheating

Cheating is prohibited

According to the regulations of the university
,

there is a punishment to any student
tries to cheat in the exam.


Attendance

Any student misses more t
han 10% of the lectures without accepted excuse will
fail the course.

Workload


Graded Exams


Participation


Laboratory


Projects