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Electricity and Magnetism

University Physics II-Part 1: Notes and exercises

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This book is a calculus based treatment of waves, sound waves, interference of waves, electric force, electrical energy, capacitance, circuits, magnetism, Faraday’s law, inductance, light and optics.
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This book is a calculus based treatment of waves, electricity, magnetism and electromagnetism. The concepts discussed include properties of waves, sound waves, wave interference and standing waves, electric forces and fields, Gauss’s law, electrical energy and potential difference, capacitance, Ohm’s law, resistance, combination of resistors, Kirchoff’s rules, magnetic forces and fields, direct current circuits, Faraday’s law and Lenz’s rule, inductance, alternating current circuits, properties of light such as reflection, refraction, dispersion and properties of images formed by mirrors and lenses.

  1. Electric Forces and Fields
  2. Gauss’s Law
  3. Electric Potential
  4. Capacitance and Dielectric
  5. Current and Resistance
  6. Direct Current Circuits
  7. Magnetic Fields
  8. Sources of the Magnetic Field
  9. Faraday’s Law
  10. Inductance
  11. Alternating Current Circuits
  12. Answers to Practice Quizzes
It is a good book which contains all the necessary topics for PHY II. Thanks to the author who is sharing his knowledge with us.
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Daniel Gebreselasie

Daniel Gebreselasie received a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Asmara University (in Asmara Eritrea) in 1986. From 1986 to 1989, he worked as a lecturer in the Physics department of Asmara University. In 1989, he joined Baylor University (in Waco, Texas) to pursue Graduate studies in Physics. Daniel received his Master's degree in physics in 1992 and in 1995 earned a Doctorate degree in Condensed Matter Physics. Dr. Daniel Gebreselasie dissertation was in the area of Computational Surface Physics. After graduation, Dr. Gebreselasie worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Physics department of Baylor University. Currently, he works at Galveston College as a Professor of Physics.