Electricity and Magnetism 2
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The first part of this magnitude will examine alternative powered circuits, circuits which display diverse combinations of resistance, inductance and capacity.
The second part will examine the momentum of charged particles in both electric and magnetic fields. We will describe and explain J.J. Thompson’s experiment, the Hall effect and the principle of accelerating particles such as cyclotrons and synchrotrons. Next we will study the electromagnetic induction phenomenon, Lenz’s law, auto- and mutual induction phenomena and their resulting applications. The third section will describe and analyze the properties of the three classes of magnetic substances: the paramagnetic, the ferromagnetic and the diamagnetic. The last part of the magnitude explains the four fundamental equations (Maxwell’s equations) which underlie electromagnetism and examine electromagnetic waves, their polarization and the energy they transport.
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