PHYS 214/224

Engineering Physics 2/Physics 2

Textbook: Physics For Scientists and Engineers,

6th Edition, Tipler and Mosca

(Extended Edition, Chapters 1 - 41)

Course Sections: Need to be enrolled three sections: Lecture, Studio and Quiz

Instructor: Dr. Brian R. Washburn

Office: CW 36C, (785) 532-2263,

Email: EPwashburn@phys.ksu.edu

(please use this email only)

Office hours: W F, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. or by appointment

Course Objectives:  The objectives of this course are threefold: 1) to understand the foundations of calculus-based electromagnetism, optics, and quantum mechanics; 2) to develop a strong conceptual understanding of the physical concepts introduced in the course; and 3) to develop the problem-solving techniques needed for scientist and engineers.

Tentative Course Schedule PHYS 214 and PHYS 224

 Week Date Lecture Topic Textbook Reading Homework [Due Date@9:30am] Studio 1) 1st meeting 2) 2nd meeting 1 1/20 (M) School Holiday 1) None 2) 21.2 1/22 (W) 1. Introduction HW1 [1/27 (M)] 2 1/27 (M) 2. Electric fields 21-1–21.4 HW2 [1/30 (U)] 1) 21.1 2) 22.2 1/29 (W) 3. Electric fields examples 21-5, 21-6 HW3 [2/3 (M)] 3 2/3 (M) 4. Gauss’ law 22-2, 22-3 HW4 [2/5 (U)] 1) 23.1, 23.2 2) 23.3 2/5 (W) 5. Gauss’ law examples 22-4, 22-5 HW5 [2/10 (M)] 2/7 (F) Quiz 1 (4:30 – 5:45 pm) 4 2/10 (M) 6. Electric potential 23-1–23-3 HW6 [2/13 (U)] 1) 24.1 2) 24.2 2/12 (W) 7. Electric potential examples 23-4–23-6 HW7 [2/17 (M)] 5 2/17 (M) 8. Dielectrics and capacitance 24-1–24-5 HW8 [2/21 (U)] 1) 25.1, 25.2 2) 27.2, 27.3 2/19 (W) 9. Current, resistance & EMF 25-1–25-3 HW9 [2/24 (M)] 6 2/24 (M) 10. DC circuits 25-4–25-6 HW10 [2/27 (U)] 1) 27.4, 27.5 2) 27.6 2/26 (W) 11. Force due to magnetic fields 26-1–26-3 HW11 [3/3 (M)] 2/28 (F) Quiz 2 (4:30 – 5:45 pm) 7 3/3 (M) 12. Biot-Savart Law 27-1–27-2 HW12 [3/6 (U)] 1) 28.1 2) 28.2 3/5 (W) 13. Magnetic Materials 27-3 HW13 [3/10 (M)] 8 3/10 (M) 14. Ampere’s law 27-4 HW14 [3/13 (U)] 1) 29.1 2) 29.2 3/12 (W) 15. Ampere’s law examples 27-5 HW15 [3/24 (M)] 3/14 (F) Quiz 3 (4:30 – 5:45 pm) 3/17 (M) Spring Break 3/19 (W) 9 3/24 (M) 16. Faraday’s law 28-1–28-2 HW16 [3/27  (U)] 1) 30.1, 30.2 2) 30.3 3/26 (W) 17. Induced electric fields 28-3–28-6 HW17 [3/31 (M)] 10 3/31 (M) 18. AC circuits 29-1–29-6 HW18 [4/3 (U)] 1) 31.1 2) 31.2 4/2 (W) 19. More AC circuits 29-1–29-6 HW19 [4/7 (M)] 11 4/7 (M) 20. Electromagnetic waves 30-1–30-4 HW20 [4/10 (U)] 1) 33.1, 33.2 2) 35.1 4/9 (W) 21. Wave properties of light 33-1–33-4 HW21 [4/14 (M)] 4/11 (F) Quiz 4 (4:30 – 5:45 pm) 12 4/14 (M) 22. More wave properties of light 31-1–31-4, HW22 [4/17 (U)] 1) 36.1, 33.3 2) 38.1 4/16 (W) 23. Intro. to quantum mechanics 34-1–35-2 HW23 [4/21 (M)] 13 4/21 (M) 24. The hydrogen atom 36-1–36-4 HW24 [4/24 (U)] 1) Atom Demo 2) QBS Demo 4/23(W) 25. Semiconductors 38-5–38-7 HW25 [4/28 (M)] 4/25 (F) Quiz 5 (4:30 – 5:45 pm) 14 4/28 (M) 26. Emission of optical radiation 31-7, 31-8 HW26 [5/1 (U)] 1) 39.1 2) LED Demo 4/30 (W) 27. Light bulbs and LED’s 31-8 HW27 [5/5 (M)] 15 5/5 (M) 28. Lasers 31-8 HW28 [5/8 (U)] 1) Laser Demo 2) Review 5/7 (W) 29. Summary and Review HW29 [5/12 (M)] Final Exam: Friday May 16 7:30 AM – 9:20 AM in CW101, CW102, and CW103