**What are you going to learn?**

**Content**

Know the basic laws of electricity, magnetism, and optics(Coulomb’s,Gauss’s,Ohm’s, Kirchhoff’s, Biot-Savart’s, Ampere’s, Faraday’s, Snell’s laws and Maxwell’s equations). Understand concepts of electric and magnetic fields and electric potential. Understand the topic of capacitance. Understand DC and AC circuits. Understand the Lorentz force law and apply it to solve problems.Understand the motion of charged objects in two and three dimensions. Understand the sources of magnetic fields. Know the law of EM induction. Understand EM induction and inductance. Understand Maxwell’s equations and wave equation.

**Chapter 1. Electric Charges and Force**

The Charge Model

Electric Charges

Insulators and Conductors

Coulomb's Law

The Electric Field

Introduction

Electric Fields of Point Charges

Electric Fields of Continuous Charge Distributions

Electric Fields of Rings, Disks, Planes, and Spheres

The Parallel Plates Capacitor

Motion of a Charge in an Electric Field

Motion of a Dipole in an Electric Field

**Chapter 2. Electric Fields**

**Chapter 3. Gauss's Law**

Symmetry

The Concept of Flux

Calculating Electric Flux

Gauss's Law

Conductors in Electrostatic Equilibrium

**Chapter 4. The Electric Potential**

Electric Potential Energy

Potential Energy of Point Charges

Potential Energy of a Dipole

The Electric Potential

The Electric Potential Inside a Parallel lates Capacitor

The Electric Potential of a Point Charge

The Electric Potential of Many Point Charges

**Chapter 5. Electric Potential and Electric Fields**

Connecting Potential and Field

Finding the Electric Field From the Potential

A Conductor in Electrostatic Equilibrium

Sources of Electric Potentials

Capacitance and Capacitors

Dielectrics

**Chapter 6. Current and Resistance**

The Electric Current

Creating a Current

Current and Current Density

Conductivity and Resistivity

Resistance and Ohm's Law

**Chapter 7. Fundamentals of Circuits**

Circuits Elements and Diagrams

Kirchoff's Laws and the Basic Circuit

Energy and Power

Series Resistors

Real Batteries

Parallel Resistors

Getting Grounded

RC Circuits

**Chapter 8. Magnetic Fields**

Magnetism

The Discovery of the Magnetic Field

The Source of Magnetic Fields:Moving Charges

The Magnetic Field of a Current

Magnetic Dipoles

Ampere's Law and Solenoids

The Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge

Magnetic Forces on Wires Carrying Currents

Forces and Torques on Current Loops

Magnetic Properties of Matter

**Chapter 9. Magnetic Induction**

Induced Currents

Motional emf

Lenz's Law

Faraday's Law

Induced Fields

Induced Currents: Three Applications

Inductors

LC Circuits

LR Circuits

**Chapter 10. Electromagnetic Waves**

The Fields Laws so Far

The Displacement Current

Maxwell's Equations

Electromagnetic Waves (EM)

Properties of EM Waves

Polarization

**Chapter 11. AC Circuits**

AC Sources and Phasors

Capacitor Circuits

RC Filter Circuits

Inductor Circuits

The Series RLC Circuit

Power in AC Circuts

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