Physics II 29:1702
Electricity and Magnetism
29:1702
2021
Class Information
 Room: 70, Van Allen Hall
 Time: 11:30AM  12:20AM MWF
 Lab Rooms: 361, 362 Van
 Discussion: 12:301:20 Th Room 70 Van
 Text: Fundamentals of Physics, Halliday, Resnick and Walker,
11th Edition (Volume II). An ecopy of the text is included in Wiley
plus, which will be used for homework. You may get Wiley plus from the bookstore.
If you want a hard copy of the text the bookstore sells a
loosleaf copy of the text  you will still need Wiley plus for the homework.
Hard copies of the text are also available for purchase from
Wiley
or for rent from
www.CourseSmart.com .
 Lab Manual:Your will be given a lab kit during the first scheduled
laboratory. Write ups for labs are linked to this syllabus. There are
six scheduled labs that can be performed using the kits  more may be
added late in the semester.

Video on using wiley plus
Instructor Information
 Instructor: Wayne Polyzou
 Office: 306 Van Allen Hall
 Office Hours: WThF 1:302:30 or by appointment
 Office Hours Zoom ID: 950 6168 1327
 Lecture Zoom ID: 954 5499 1700
 Discussion Zoom ID: 949 4645 8368
 Email: polyzou@uiowa.edu
 Phone: 3193351856
 TA:Brady Martin
 Email:bradymartin@uiowa.edu
 Office:312 Van
 Office Hours:TBA
 Phone: NA
Grading Policy
Possible final grades are A+,A,B,C,D,F,I. The grade of A+ is for
performance that is a full grade above an A. Grades are based on
homework scores (15%), lab scores (15%), two mid term exam scores (20%
each), and the final exam (30%). All exams will be graded by hand;
all grades will be curved to a mean of seventy and a standard
deviation of fifteen.
total score =
.15 (70 + (15/sd_lab)*(lab_score  mean_lab)) +
.15 (70 + (15/sd_hw)*(hw_score  mean_hw))+
.2 (70 + (15/sd_ex1)*(ex1_score  mean_ex1))+
.2 (70 + (15/sd_ex2)*(ex2_score  mean_ex2))+
.3 (70 + (15/sd_fex)*(fex_score  mean_fex))
The College of Liberal Arts recommends the following grade distributions
for intermediate level courses: A 18%, B 36%, C 39%, D 5%, F 2%.
These guidelines will be used as a first approximation in assigning
final grades.
Homework will be due on Friday's before 5:00pm. The homework
assignments use Wiley plus. They will be made available on the
Fridays before they are due. The exams, which are responsible for
most of the course grade, will be graded by hand. You must show your
work in order to get credit for your answer. The exam questions will
involve calculations and may also involve derivations. There will be
NO multiple choice questions. Because of this I recommend that in
doing the homework you get in the habit of writing out your solutions
carefully on paper before entering them in Wiley plus. This will help
you get used to my expectations for exam solutions. As physicists, or
more generally scientists or engineers, it is also important to be
able to communicate the steps and logic used in your arguments.
Writing out your homework solutions is good practice for developing
the type of communication skills that you will need as a professional
scientist or engineer. I will post written solutions to the homework
assignments on the class web page (after the due date) which will
provide an illustration of the kind of detail I would like to see in
you exam solutions.
Lectures, homework assignments, solutions, the course calendar,
and notices will appear on the web version of this syllabus
(http://www.physics.uiowa.edu/~wpolyzou/phys28/). It can also
be reached from the Physics Department's web page under course
web pages. There is also a link in ICON. The lectures will be
live streamed (see ICON) and recorded. The zoom IDs are
lectures: 954 5499 1700; discussion: 949 465 8368.
Participation in the laboratory portion of the course is required.
The grade of "I" will be assigned to students who miss more than one
laboratory. This semester, you will receive a lab kit during the
first lab that will be used to all of the labs. For students who are
unable to be on campus due to covid 19 these kits can used remotely.
You will have to make arrangements to pick up your kit.
General Information
This course is the second of four
introductory physics courses for physics majors. It covers
electricity, magnetism, and special relativity. The material covered
is in chapters 2133 and 37 of the text. The prerequisites are 029:027
(PHYS:1701) and 22M:026 (MATH:1860). Elementary differential and integral
calculus will be used in the lectures.
The course is open to physics or
astronomy majors. It is approved for the natural sciences with
laboratory general education requirement.
Homework Assignments and Calendar
 Week 1
 Monday, January 25

Lecture 1:
 Reading: 21.121.3: electric charge, Coulomb's law,
superposition, charge quantization.
 Wednesday, January 27

Lecture 2:
 Reading: 21.121.3: continuous charge distributions, charge conservation.
 Thursday, January 28

Discussion notes  math notes
 Friday, January 29

Lecture 3:
(Notes corrected 1/31/21).
 Reading: 22.122.3 electric fields, field lines, superposition
principle.

Homework #1:
21.1, 21.2, 21.3, 21.7, 21.14, 21.24 due 2/5
 Week 2
 Monday, February 1

Lecture 4:
 Reading: 22:422.6 fields due to point dipole, continuous charge
distributions.
 Wednesday, February 3

Lecture 5:
 Reading: 21.421.6: fields due to symmetric geometries,
forces, torques and potentials of dipoles.
 Thursday, January 28

Discussion notes  problems
 Friday, February 5

Lecture 6:
 Reading: 23.123.2 electric flux, surface integrals,
Gauss' law.

Homework #2:
21.21, 21.42, 21.38, 21.63, 21.67,22.15 due 2/12
 Week 3

Lab Coordinator Notes

Lab E01
 Monday, February 8

Lecture 7:
 Reading: 23.323.6 applications of Gauss' law
 Wednesday, February 10

Lecture 8:
 Reading: 23.323.6 applications of Gauss' law
 Thursday, February 11

Discussion notes  problems
 Friday, February 12

Lecture 9:
 Reading: 24.124.5 electrostatic potential,
potential due to systems of charges, potential due to continuous charge
distributions.

Homework #3:
Chapter 22.8, 22.15, 22.16, 22.21, 22.23, 22.48, 22.59 due 2/19
 Week 4

Lab E02

Lab E02 report sheet
 Monday, February 15

Lecture 10:
 Reading: 24.424.8 calculating electric field from potential,
potential energy of charge distributions
 Wednesday, February 17

Lecture 11:
 Reading: 25.125.6 capacitance, geometries, capacitors in series and parallel.
 Thursday, February 18

Discussion topics
 Friday, February 19

Lecture 12:
 Reading: 25.425.6 energy in a capacitor, dielectrics and Gauss' law in
dielectrics.

Homework #4:
23:15,23:21,23:30,23:38,23:51,23:59,23:76
due 2/26
 Week 5

Lab E03

Lab E03 report sheet
 No homework this week: practice problems to look at for
Monday's exam:24.11,24.35, 24.44, 24.64, 25.4 25.5 25.11 25.31, 25.48.
 Monday, February 22

Lecture 13:
 Reading: 26.124.3 current, current density, microscopic theory
 Wednesday, February 24

Lecture 14:
 Reading: 26.426.6 Ohm's law, power, superconductors
 Friday, February 26

Exam review
 Week 6
 Lab: No Lab this week
 Monday, March 1  Exam 1
 sample exam
 exam 1
 exam 1 solutions
 Wednesday, March 3

Lecture 15:
 Reading: 27.127.2 Single loop circuits, EMF, energy and current conservation
 Thursday, March 4

Discussion notes  problems
 Friday, March 5

Lecture 16:
 Reading: 27.227.3 Multiloop circuits,
resistors in series and parallel.

Homework #5: 26.2, 26.5, 26.9. 26.12, 26.15
due 3/12
 Week 7

Lab E04

Lab E04 report sheet
 Monday, March 8

Lecture 17:
 Reading: 27.4 RC circuits, differential equations
 Wednesday, March 10

Lecture 18:
 Reading: 28.328.5 Hall effect, cyclotrons
 Friday, March 12

Lecture 19:
 Reading: 28.627.8 force on current carrying wires, torques on current
loops, magnetic dipole moment, energy of a dipole in a magnetic field.

Homework #6:
26:25,26:33,26:45,27:16,27:23,27:62,27:80
due 3/19
 Week 8

Lab E05 report sheet

Lab E05
 Monday, March 15

Lecture 20:
 Reading: Dipoles in chapter 29.5  the lecture notes cover dipoles
in considerably more detail than the text.
 Wednesday, March 17

Lecture 21:
 Reading: 29.329.5 Ampere's law, solenoids and toroids
 Friday, March 19

Lecture 22:
 Reading: 30.130.2 Magnetic flux, Faraday's law, Lenz's law

Homework #7:
28:3, 28.9, 28.13, 28.14, 28.25 , 28.34, 28.35 due 3/26
 Week 9

Lab E06

Lab E06 report sheet
 Monday, March 22
 Lecture 23:
 Reading: 30.330.6 induced fields, inductors and inductance, energy and work,
RL circuits
 Wednesday, March 24

Lecture 24:
 Reading: 30.730.9 energy in a magnetic field, mutual inductance
 Friday, March 26
 Reading: Exam review

sample exam
 No graded homework this week: suggested problems to look at for
next week's exam: 29.1,29.8, 29.16, 29.29, 29.34, 29.49, 29.56
 Week 11
 Lab: TBA
 Monday, April 5

Lecture 27:
 Reading: 31.231.3 damped oscillators, forced oscillators
 Wednesday, April 7

Lecture 28:
 Reading: 31.431.5 AC circuits, phases, reactance, impedance.
 Friday, April 9

Lecture 29:
 Reading: 31.531.6 Resonance, AC power, RMS power, transformers.

Homework #9: 30.53, 30.57a, 30.62, 30.77, 31.4 31.9 31.10 due 4/16
 Week 12
 Lab: No Lab this week
 Monday, April 12

Lecture 30:
 Reading: 32.132.2 Faraday's law  the displacement current,
Maxwell's equations
 Wednesday, April 14 [no class]
 Friday, April 16

Lecture 31:
 Reading: 31.3 Maxwell's equations, integral form, differential form

Homework #10: Chapter 31: 8,21,25,27,35,53,56 due 4/23
 Week 13
 Lab: No Lab this week
 Monday, April 19

Lecture 32:
 Reading: 33.133.4 electromagnetic waves, Poynting vector, polarization
 Wednesday, April 21

Lecture 33:
 Reading: 32.432.7 Magnetism, spin
 Friday, April 23

Lecture 34:
 Reading: 37.1 Relativistic invariance, time dilation

Homework #11: Ch 31: 63,68,75,77; Ch 32: 4,7,16 due 4/30
 Week 14
 Lab: No Lab this week
 Monday, April 26

Lecture 35:
 Reading: 37.2 Lorentz contractions, Lorentz transformations
 Wednesday, April 28

Lecture 36:
 Reading: 37.337.4 velocity addition, Doppler shifts
 Friday, April 30

Lecture 37:
 Reading: V2:37.6 Energy and momentum, relativistic conservation laws.

Homework #12: Ch 32:8,25,38,43,48; Ch 33:9,19 due 5/7
 Week 15
 Lab:No Lab this week
 Monday, May 3

Lecture 38:
 Reading: Covariant form of Maxwell's equations.
 Wednesday, May 5

Lecture 39:
 Reading: Transformation properties of electric and magnetic fields.
 Friday, May 7
 Reading: Final exam review.
 Practice homework problems: 37.5, 37.7, 37.10, 37.15, 37.27,37.35
33.10, 33.13, 33.20, 33.73
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