Lecture Notes for PHYS 1020 - Physics of Everyday Life 2 at Colorado (CU)

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Material Type:Class Note
Class:PHYS 1020 - Physics of Everyday Life 2
University:University of Colorado - Boulder
  • Equal Numbers
  • Concentrates
  • Conventional
  • Perspective
  • Total Charge
  • Conventions
  • Technological
  • +x Direction
  • Simple Rules
  • On the Ground
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26-1ęSteven Pollock 2007, (Phys 1120) The following are the lecture notes written by Steve Pollock Steven.Pollock@Colorado.EDU for 1120 in an earlier semester. The've been modified a bit here for the second edition of Knight. 1st class: Intro, Syllabus, introduction to electrostatics What follows is a summary of some key points of this Chapter - not quite an alternative to the text, but perhaps a different perspective. Welcome! 1120 is the 2nd semester of calculus-based Physics. We'll be studying electricity, magnetism, and light: the foundations of our technological society. Let's begin by reviewing some highlights from last semester. Physics 1110 can seem a little overwhelming, there were a lot of facts and ideas in that class! But they are all tied together with a few basic underlying principles, that reflect our universe and how it works: Phys 1110 was primarily about mechanics, how and why things move. The key elements of Phys 1110 were the following: 1) k...

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