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Optional Review: Topics in Vector Calculus
Multivariable Calculus
Integrals in Curvilinear Coordinates
James Sousa's "Triple Integrals Using Cylindrical Coordinates" and "Triple Integral and Volume Using Cylindrical Coordinates"
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James Sousa's "Triple Integrals Using Cylindrical Coordinates" and "Triple Integral and Volume Using Cylindrical Coordinates"
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Michael Corral's Vector Calculus: "Chapter 1: Vectors in Euclidean Space"
Khan Academy: "Double Integrals"
Michael Corral's "Vector Calculus, Chapter 3: Multiple Integrals"
Khan Academy: "Triple Integrals"
Michael Corral's "Vector Calculus, Chapter 3: Multiple Integrals"
Michael Corral's "Vector Calculus, Chapter 1: Vectors in Euclidean Space"
Michael Corral's "Vector Calculus, Chapter 3: Multiple Integrals"
Khan Academy: "Line Integrals and Vector Fields" and "Using a Line Integral to Find the Work Done by a Vector Field Example"
Michael Corral's "Vector Calculus, Chapter 4: Line and Surface Integrals"
Khan Academy: "Parameterizing a Surface"
Khan Academy: "Surface Integrals"
Khan Academy: "Flux in 3D and Constructing Unit Normal Vectors to Surface"
Michael Corral's "Vector Calculus, Chapter 4: Line and Surface Integrals"
Khan Academy: "Intro to Differential Equations"
Khan Academy: "Separable Differential Equations"
Clinton Community College: Elizabeth Wood's "Supplemental Notes for Calculus II; First Order Differential Equations"
Khan Academy: "Springs and Hooke's Law" and "Harmonic Motion"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "A Non-Harmonic Oscillator"
University of Texas: Professor Richard Fitzpatrick's "Classical Mechanics: Oscillatory Motion"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Simple Harmonic Motion of a Spring"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 17: Vibrations"
Khan Academy: "Introduction to Waves"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 19: Free Waves"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Superposition of Waves"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Waves on a String with a Mass in the Middle"
Unit 1 Assessment
Khan Academy: "Charge and Electric Force (Coulomb's Law)"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 21: Electricity and Circuits"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 26: The Atom and E=mc^2"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Electricity"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Repulsion of Charged Objects"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Van de Graaff Generator"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 22: The Nonmechanical Universe"
Khan Academy: "Electric Field"
Yale University: Ramamurti Shankar's "PHYS201: Gauss' Law and Applications to Conductors and Insulators"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 22: The Nonmechanical Universe"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Gauss' Law"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Motion of a Charge in an Electric Field"
Khan Academy: "Electric Potential Energy, Electric Potential and Voltage"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Electric Potential"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Electric Dipole Potential"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Lines of Force for Two Point Charges"
Khan Academy: "Circuits with Capacitors"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Capacitance"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Parallel-Plate Capacitors"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Partially Filled Capacitors"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Electric Field Energy in Capacitors"
Unit 2 Assessment
Khan Academy: "Introduction to Circuits and Ohm's Law", "Resistors in Series", and "Resistors in Parallel"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 21: Electricity and Circuits"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Electric Current"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Resistors in Series"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Resistors in Parallel"
Khan Academy: "Analyzing a More Complex Resistor Circuit", "Resistivity and Conductivity", and "Ammeter and Voltmeter"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Electric Current"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Effective Resistance"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Galvanometer as a DC Multimeter"
Unit 3 Assessment
OpenStax College: "College Physics"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Observing Magnetic Fields with Iron Filings"
Khan Academy: "Magnets and Magnetic Force"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Magnetism"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Motion of a Charge in a Magnetic Field"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Motion of a Charge in Electric and Magnetic Fields"
Khan Academy: "Magnetic Field Created by a Current"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Magnetism"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Magnetic Field of an Electric Current"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Magnetic Field of a Current Loop"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Magnetism"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Magnetization"
Unit 4 Assessment
Yale University: Ramamurti Shankar's "PHYS201: Lenz's and Faraday's Laws"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Magnetic Induction"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Magnetic Flux through a Wire Loop"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Magnetic Braking via Eddy Currents"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "EMF Induced in a Wire Loop"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Electromagnetic Ring Toss"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Inductance"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Magnetic Field Energy in Inductors"
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 25: Capacitance and Inductance"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Series RLC circuits"
Khan Academy: "Electric Motors"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Magnetic Induction"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Barlow's Wheel - A Primitive Electric Motor"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Faraday Disk Generator"
Unit 5 Assessment
Dr. Glen Dash's "A Dash of Maxwell's, Chapter 1: Introduction"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Maxwell's Displacement Current"
Yale University: Ramamurti Shankar's "PHYS201: Maxwell Equations and Electromagnetic Waves I"
Dr. Glen Dash's "A Dash of Maxwell's, Chapter 2: Why Things Radiate"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Propagation of a Plane EM Wave"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Measuring the Speed of Light with Marshmallows and a Microwave Oven"
Yale University: Ramamurti Shankar's "PHYS201: Maxwell Equations and Electromagnetic Waves II"
OpenStax College: "College Physics"
Unit 6 Assessment
Fullerton College: Benjamin Crowell's "Light and Matter, Chapter 28: The Ray Model of Light"
Khan Academy: "Reflection and Refraction"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Geometric Optics"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Specular and Diffuse Reflection"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Snell's Law of Refraction"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Total Internal Reflection"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Rainbows"
Khan Academy: "Mirrors and Lenses"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Paraxial Optics"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Ray Diagrams for Lenses"
University of Texas: Richard Fitzpatrick's "Electromagnetism and Optics: Wave Optics"
Khan Academy: "Interference of Light Waves"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Two-Slit Constructive and Destructive Interference"
Unit 7 Assessment
Yale University: Ramamurti Shankar's "PHYS 200: Introduction to Relativity"
University of North Carolina at Charlotte: Mike Corwin's "Special Relativity"
Gal Barak's "Relativity in 5 Minutes"
Cabrillo College: David M. Harrison's "Two Swimmers"
WatchMojo: "Albert Einstein: His Life and Career"
EarBot: "Alfred Einstein and the Theory of Relativity"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Russell's Thought Experiment"
Yale University: Ramamurti Shankar's "PHYS 200: Lorenz Transformations"
University of Virginia: Michael Fowler's "Time Dilation: A Worked Example"
University of Virginia: Michael Fowler's "More Relativity: The Train and the Twins"
Cabrillo College: David M. Harrison's "Relativistic Length Contraction"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: "Spacetime Diagram"
The Nobel Prize: "Relativity"
University of California, San Diego: Gene Smith's "General Relativity and Black Holes"
Unit 8 Assessment
Unit 1 Study Guide: Mechanical Vibrations and Waves in Extended Objects
Unit 2 Study Guide: Electrostatics
Unit 3 Study Guide: Electronic Circuit Theory
Unit 4 Study Guide: Magnetism
Unit 5 Study Guide: Electromagnetic Induction
Unit 6 Study Guide: Maxwell's Equations
Unit 7 Study Guide: Optics
Unit 8 Study Guide: Special Relativity
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PHYS102: Introduction to Electromagnetism
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Course Introduction
Optional Review: Topics in Vector Calculus
Unit 1: Mechanical Vibrations and Waves in Extended Objects
Unit 2: Electrostatics
Unit 3: Electronic Circuit Theory
Unit 4: Magnetism
Unit 5: Electromagnetic Induction
Unit 6: Maxwell's Equations
Unit 7: Optics
Unit 8: Special Relativity
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