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PHYS272H — Spring 2022

PHYS272H: Electric And Magnetic Interactions - Honors

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Offering:

Spring, Credits 4

Prerequisites:

Prerequisite: PHYS 172H; Corequisite: MA 162. Authorized equivalent courses or consent of instructor may be used in satisfying course pre- and co-requisites.

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Description:

Advanced treatment of calculus-based physics course using concepts of electric and magnetic fields and an atomic description of matter to describe polarization, fields produced by charge distributions, potential, electrical circuits, magnetic forces, induction, and related topics, leading to Maxwell's equations and electromagnetic radiation and an introduction to waves and interference. 3-D graphical simulations and numerical problem solving by computer are employed throughout.

Instructor(s):

WANG, FUQIANG

Email:

fqwang@purdue.edu

Textbook(s) for Spring 2022

Title Author Edition ISBN Publisher Req/Opt Notes
Matter & Interaction WileyPLUS/D2L Brightspace Access Code (Includes online ebook + loose-leaf) Vol. 2 Chabay & Sherwood 4th: Vol 2 978-1119462798 Wiley & Sons Required Includes access code, online ebook and loose-leaf Vol. 2 Choose 1 of 2 options for textbook
Matter and Interactions WileyPLUS/D2L Brightspace Access Code (Includes online e-book) + loose-leaf book (Entire book) Chabay & Sherwood 978-1119462316 Wiley & Sons Required Includes Vol 1 & 2 (entire book) Loose-leaf. "Choose 1 of 2 options for textbook".
i>Clicker REQUIRED (Purchase at bookstore) Bedford/Freeman/Worth Required

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