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General Physics 204 Fall 2011 www.physics.rutgers.edu/~croft Instructor:Prof. Mark Croft/Serin113/445-5500-x2524/croft AT physics.rutgers.edu/MW 6:55-7:50 PM Text: Physics Vol 2. by J. Walker (4th Edition) Pearson Prentice Hall [ISBN: 978-0-321-61112-3 check] Recitations: Venkateshan Kannan(Course Admn.) PIC [kven-AT-physics.rutgers.edu, ARC234, X5-] Office Hr.=Tues. 2-3 pm Hill Center 638 Wing Fung (Bryan) Leung PIC [bryleung-AT-physics.rutgers.edu, ARC236, 732-445-5500x x3939] Office Hr.= monday 3-5pm SEC INDEX RECIT INSTR SEC INDEX RECIT INSTR 01 23998 M 10:35-11:30AM SEC-220 Leung 06 23177 M 5:15-6:10PM SEC-217 Kannan 02 23838 M 12:15-1:10PM ARC-206 Kannan 07 22884 M 8:25-9:20PM SEC-205 Leung 03 24471 M 1:55-2:50PM ARC-206 Leung 08 23292 M 8:25-9:20PM SEC-212 Kannan 04 23952 M 3:35-4:30PM SEC-212 Kannan 05 20417 M 5:15-6:10PM SEC-212 Leung VIEW YOUR GRADES Note:Involves entering last-name first-name and last-6-digits-of-student-number. CHECK/ For free tutoring, see tutoring (scroll down to "Science". It is possible that the page has not been updated.) Regarding Physics Dept. Tutors email kalelkar-AT-physics.rutgers.edu Click here for homework problem/solution directory [get password info in lecture]. Note: click on file to view. Click here for lecture note directory. Note: lec-01-204.pdf means pdf-file of lectures of week and just click on file to view. selected formulas for all tests Exam 1 scale. Exam 2 scale. Final Exam scale. !!Announcements: 0] Tues. Dec. 20, Final Exam: 4:00 – 7:00 PM cumulative Location=ARC 103 Location=Physics Lecture Hall Sec Instructor Sec Instructor 01 Leung 04 Kannan 02 Kannan 06 Kannan 03 Leung 08 Kannan 05 Leung 07 Leung SIMPLE CALCULATOR REQUIRED FOR TEST (ASK IN LECTURE) BRING TRANSPARENT PLASTIC RULER-STRAIT EDGE TO EXAM (AND FINAL)!!! Makeup exam Wed. Dec. 21 10:00 AM Report to Croft office Serin 113 1] Recitation Quizzes are a major part of the grade! Do not miss them !! 2] Lecture Notes in the lecture note directory linked above. 3] Students may go to any office hr. in the course. The instructor's pictures are accessible by clicking on their names. 4] For a note on the "shoot-the-monkey" demo, accelerating reference frames and Einstein's General Theory of Relativity from last semester click here> 5] Additional Material On Bohr, U and Th> On the WWII Pu-implosion bomb> Lectures Schedule Wk/Lect. Day-Date Topic Reading:Chapter 1/1 W Sept. 7, Intro. Electric Charge, Force, Field 19 1/2 Th=M Sept.8, Electric Field ; Gausses Law (GL) 19 electrice polarizability- baloons 2/3 M Sept. 12, GL cont./ Electric Potential & Energy 19/20 2/4 W Sept. 14, Electric Potential (EP) &; Energy 20 3/5 M Sept. 19, EP cont./ Electric Currents & DC Circuits 20/21 DC Circuit Construction Kit 3/6 W Sept. 21, Electric Currents & DC Circuits 21 DC & AC Circuit Construction Kit capacitor discharge> 4/7 M Sept. 26, Magnetic forces & Magnetic Fields 21/22 Faraday Motor schematic Video (.rm) of elec. beam perp. to magnetic field. Faraday Motor video> Video (.rm) of elect. beam parallel to magnetic field. 4/8 W Sept. 28, Magnetic forces & Magnetic Fields 22 5/9 M Oct. 3, Electromagnetic Induction & Faraday's Law 22/23 eddy current schematic> solid disk in magnet video 5/9 W Oct. 5, Electromagnetic Induction & Faraday's Law 23 Faraday's Lab Falling Magnet Animation slotted disk in magnet video> zig-zag cut disk in magnet video Ring Flinger> Can Crusher> 6/ Sun. Oct 9, EXAM#1: 6:10 – 7:30 PM on chapters 19, 20, 21, 22 (selected -discuss in lecture) 6/ M Oct. 10, No Class (Make Up Exam in LH) 6/10 W Oct. 12, Alternating currents 24 Note: "PHASOR" CONCEPT NOT USED IN THIS COURSE Faraday's Law 7/11 M Oct. 17, Alt. currents: Electromagnetic Waves 25 Radio Wave Simulation 7/12 W Oct. 19, Electro. Waves/ Geometric Opt 26 Geometrical Optics 8/13 M Oct. 24, Geometric Optics & Optical Inst. 27 one lens/mirror ray tracing site 2 lens ray tracing site 8/14 W Oct. 26, Geometric Optics/Wave Nature of Light 28 interference in soap film> surface shock waves in nature 9/15 M Oct. 31, Wave Nature of Light-Phys. Optics 28 Wave reflection animation. Double Slit Diffraction. Single Slit Diffraction. 9/16 W Nov. 2, Wave Nature of Light/Relativity 29"acc. Reference frame discussion 10/17 M Nov. 7, Relativity/ Quantum Physics 30 Circular orbit of e in B field 10/18 W Nov. 9, Relativity/ Quantum Physics 30white and atomic spectra> 11/ Sun. Nov. 13, EXAM#2 6:10 – 7:30 PM on chapters 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 11/ M Nov. 14, No Class (Make Up Exam in LH) 11/19 W Nov. 16, Quantum Physics 30 Photoelectric Effect 12/20 M Nov. 21, Quantum/Atomic Physics 31Blackbody_Spectrum 12/ W Nov. 23, NO CLASS THANKSGIVING BREAK 13/21 M Nov. 28, Quantum/Atomic Physics 31 Rutherford Scattering 32 Hydrogen Atom Models 13/22 W Nov. 30, Quantum/Atomic Physics/Nuclear Phys. & Rad. standing wave simulation 32 Quantum Square well- other potentials 14/23 M Dec. 5, Nuclear Physics & Radioactivity 32 Atomic wave functions. 14/24 W Dec. 7, Nuclear Energy & Particle Physics 32 Alpha Decay Beta Decay Nuclear Fission 15/25 M Dec. 12, Nuclear Energy & Particle Physics 32 Nuclear decay Big Bang and History of the Universe Problems in Lect 32 :CQ: ; P: 16,17,18,20,31,35,48,53,56,73,75,80 FINAL EXAM Tues. Dec. 20, 4-7 PM RECITATION/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS (Walker, 4th Edition. Vol 2.) Recitation Schedule Wk/Rec. Day Date Class Assignment (CQ=Conceptual Questions & P=Problems) no recitations 1st week of semester 1/1**W=M class Sept. 8. 19 :CQ: ; P:18,23,27,28,38,43,51,53,65,67,70,101 (No quiz) 2/2 M Sept. 12. continue chapt 19 problems begin 20 :CQ: 4; P:2,7,13,19,22, review point charge potential 28,39, 3/3 M Sept. 19. 20 P:50,52,55,83,86,97,105 other chapter 19 and 20 problems 4/4 M Sept. 26. 21 :CQ: ; P:2,17,19,31,61,62,83 Additional 21 : P 14,29,38,39 5/5 M Oct. 3. 22 :CQ: ; P: 8,19,21,30,59,88 Note !! Sun. Oct 9, 6:10 – 7:30 PM : EXAM#1 on chapters 19, 20, 21, 22 (selected -discuss in lecture) 7/6 M Oct. 10. 23 :CQ: ; P: 3,5,7,11,16,34,57,59,81 (No quiz) (No quiz) 8/7 M Oct. 17. 24 :CQ: 7,10: P: 5,8,19,28,68 9/8 M Oct. 24. 25 :CQ:1; P: 3,21,25,27,34 10/9 M Oct. 31. 26 : CQ ; P: 36,51,53,70,72,73,74 11/10 M Nov 7. 28 :CQ:; P: 18,21,30,31,40,51,63 Note !! Sun. Nov. 13, 6:10 – 7:30 PM--EXAM#2 on chapters 22,23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 12/11 M Nov. 14. 29 :CQ: ; P: 12,27,48,55,60 (No quiz) (No quiz) M Nov. 21 No Recitation M=W classes 13/ M Nov. 28. 30 :CQ: ; P: 2,4,10,16,20,65 14/12 M Dec. 5. 31 :CQ: ;P: 3,4,15,16,36,37,61,86 15/13 M Dec. 12. 32 :CQ: ; P: 16,17,18,20,31,35,48,53,56,73,75,80 FINAL EXAM Tues. Dec. 20, 4-7 PM Readings: The weekly reading assignments are listed on the syllabus and should be completed before the corresponding lectures. Homework: Only after organizing in your mind what the chapter is about (the Summary at the end of the Chapter should be useful), should you work on the homework problems. You will best learn the material by first doing the homework on your own. It is also useful to study with other students in the course (not only can you get ideas for those things you didn't understand but explaining the material is perhaps the very best way to truly learn it yourself). Finally selected problems will be discussed in recitation. Solutions to homeworks will be posted on the web. Examinations: Two 90 min. hour exams (HE); and a final (FIN)180 min. exam. The exams are closed book, a single sheet with formulae will be provided to you (bring no notes with you). A simple calculator (without extensive formula storage capabilities) and a no. 2 pencil are needed for the exams. The exams are multiple choice. The exam dates are noted on the syllabus. Recitation Quizzes: A short quiz, based on recent previous material will be given in recitation (no quiz first week or on weeks of hour exams). A calculator is required. There will be no make-up for quizzes. Grades: The course grade will be determined by your scores on: HE 1 (20%); HE 2 (20%); FIN (40%); recitation quizzes (20%). In determining your quiz recitation grade the two lowest scores will be neglected. Also the recitation quiz contribution to the final grade will be appropriately weighted to compensate for systematic differences in instructors. Math\Science Learning Center (Allison Rd Classroom Bld./Busch Campus/445-3123/3898 This Learning Center typically provides some support services for this course. Help with the technical parts of the homeworks may also be possible. Please contact the center for more information. LRC Tutoring for Physics 204 Tutoring for Physics 204 has typically been available through the in the Learning Resource Centers (LRCs). The web site for the LRCs is http://lrc.rutgers.edu/ Each week's tutoring schedule has (in the past) typically been posted on this web site on Friday afternoons. 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