Physics 62L is taught using lectures,
recitation sessions, and labs.
The course is intended principally for students in engineering and the physical sciences. Topics include: electric charge, electric fields, Gauss's Law, potential, capacitance, electrical current, resistance, basic circuit concepts, magnetic fields, magnetic and electric forces, Ampere's Law, magnetic induction, Faraday's Law, inductance, Maxwell's Equations, electromagnetic waves, geometrical optics, and physical optics. Not open to students having credit for Physics 42L, 52L, or 54L. Prerequisites: Physics 61L and Mathematics 32 or equivalents.
for Fall 2007: Mohammad Ahmed (recitation
Baranger (recitation instructor); Albert Chang (recitation
instructor); Al Goshaw (lecturer); Stephen
Teitsworth (course coordinator
recitation instructor); Chris Walter (recitation
Lectures are held on Mondays and Fridays in Physics Room 128; the first lecture period is 10.05 am - 11.20 am and the second lecture period is 11.40 am - 12.55 pm.
Additional information is available at the course Blackboard website (http://blackboard.duke.edu/home.do) or by contacting the course coordinator at email@example.com.