## General Physics II, Physics 114 (Gary Wysin)

Kansas State University, Fall 2002.

## Important Note:

These Notes were written for the Fall 2002 edition of Physics 114.
Some items here may not exactly match the Spring 2007 syllabus and course schedule.

### Review Notes

Here I've summarized the main topics and formulas. You can choose the
topic you're most interested in and get a quick summary.
Concentrate on the formulas in the red boxes,
and make sure you understand the meanings of the symbols, etc!!

- Ch. 16 -- Charges and electric forces
- Ch. 16 -- Electric fields and lines of force
- Ch. 17 -- Electric potential and potential energy
- Ch. 17 -- Examples: Electric potential energy
- Ch. 17 -- Examples: Electric potential
- Ch. 17 -- Capacitance, Ch. 18 -- Current and resistance
- Ch. 19 -- Series Circuit combinations
- Ch. 19 -- Parallel Circuit combinations
- Ch. 19 -- Kirchhoff's Circuit rules, capacitor combinations
- Ch. 20 -- Magnetic fields and forces on currents
- Ch. 20 -- Examples: Magnetic fields and F= i l B sin(theta)
- Ch. 20 -- Example: torque on a current loop
- Ch. 20 -- Magnetic forces on moving charges F = q v B sin(theta)
- Ch. 20 -- Magnetic field in a solenoid or coil
- Ch. 21 -- Faraday's, Lenz' Laws of EM-induction
- Ch. 21 -- Examples of EM-induction
- Ch. 21 -- Applications of EM-induction: generators, motors, transformers
- Ch. 21 -- Self-Inductance, real inductors
- Ch. 21 -- Inductive, Capacitive reactance, series LRC impedance
- Ch. 21 -- AC circuits, series LRC, resonance
- Ch. 22 -- Electromagnetic waves, displacement current
- Ch. 23 -- Reflection, image formation by mirrors
- Ch. 23 -- Refraction, image formation by lenses
- Ch. 23 -- Ray diagrams for lenses
- Ch. 24 -- Wave properties of light: interference
- Ch. 24 -- Double slit and single slit experiments
- Ch. 25 -- Vision corrections using lenses
- Ch. 27 -- Quantum theory: Photons and photo-electric effect
- Ch. 27 -- Quantum theory: Matter waves
- Ch. 27 -- Quantum theory of Atomic Spectra
- Ch. 28 -- Matter waves and Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
- Ch. 28 -- Quantum states of electrons in complex atoms
- Ch. 28 -- The Pauli exclusion principle and electron ground states in atoms

Good Luck on the Final Exam and Thanks for your Attention and Interest!!

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