PHYS 152:
General Physics II

An introduction to the study of physics focusing on central concepts and problem solving. Topics include thermal physics, electric and magnetic fields, circuits, and optics. Three lecture and three laboratory hours each week. Liberal Arts.

Prerequisite: PHYS 151 or permission from the instructor.

Useful Information

Class Time                           WF 1:30-4:20PM 
Location                               P118 
Instructor                           Dr. Brandon Hoffman

Help Session                     TR, 6:30-8:30 PM
Location                              P118 

Course
Materials

Homework
Assignments

Chapter 19 - Due Friday, 1/15
Chapter 20 - Due Wednesday, 1/20
Chapter 20 - Due Friday, 1/22
Chapter 21 - Due Wednesday, 1/27
Chapter 22 - Due Friday, 1/29
Chapter 22 - Due Wednesday, 2/3
Chapter 23 - Due Friday, 2/5
Chapter 23 - Due Wednesday, 2/10
Chapter 25 - Due Friday, 2/12
Chapter 25 - Due Wednesday, 2/17
Chapter 26 - Due Friday, 2/19
Chapter 26 - Due Wednesday, 3/2
Chapter 27 - Due Friday, 3/4
Chapter 28 - Due Wednesday, 3/9
Chapter 28 - Due Friday, 3/11
Chapter 29 - Due Wednesday, 3/16
Chapter 29 - Due Friday, 3/18
Chapter 30 - Due Wednesday, 3/30
Chapter 30 - Due Friday, 4/1
Chapter 31 - Due Wednesday, 4/6
Chapter 31 - Due Friday, 4/8
Chapter 32 - Due Wednesday, 4/13
Chapter 32 - Due Friday, 4/15
Chapter 34 - Due Wednesday, 4/20
Chapter 35 - Due Friday, 4/22
Chapter 35 - Due Wednesday, 4/27
Chapter 36 - Due Friday, 4/29
Chapter 36 - Due Wednesday, 5/4

In-Class PowerPoint
Questions

Ch 19 Temperature
Ch 20 First Law of Thermodynamics, Part 1
Ch 20 First Law of Thermodynamics, Part 2
Ch 21 Kinetic Theory
Ch 22 Heat Engines, Part 1
Ch 22 Heat Engines, Part 2
Ch 23 Electric Fields, Part 1
Ch 23 Electric Fields, Part 2
Ch 24 Gauss' Law
Ch 25 Electric Potential
Ch 26 Capacitance, Part 1
Ch 26 Capacitance, Part 2
Ch 27 Current and Resistance
Ch 28 DC Circuits
Ch 29 Magnetic Fields
Ch 30 Sources of B Field
Ch 31 Faraday's Law
Ch 32 Inductance
Ch 34 Electromagnetic Waves
Ch 35 Light and Optics
Ch 36 Image Formation
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