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## Physics 220 - General Physics II

Physics 220: General Physics II (Algebra-based Electricity and Magnetism) (Spring 2010, UMKC). Instructor: Professor Robert Riggs. This course provides the fundamental principles of physics including sound, electricity, magnetism, optics, elementary modern physics, and applications of these principles to different interdisciplinary natural science.

 Introduction to the concept of charge

 Lecture 01 - Introduction to the concept of charge Lecture 02 - Charging by Contact, Induction and Coulomb's Law Lecture 03 - Electric Field Lecture 04 - Gauss's Law, Electric Potential and Electric Potential Energy Lecture 05 - Electric Potential Lecture 06 - Capacitance, Dielectrics, Series and Parallel Lecture 07 Lecture 08 - Ohm's Law, Power, Current, Energy and Resistance Lecture 09 - Ohm's Law, Energy, Internal Resistance and Circuits Lecture 10 - Exam Review Lecture 11 - Resistance in Series and Parallel, Kirchhoff's Rules Lecture 12 - Kirchhoff's Rules, RC Time Constant Lecture 13 - Introduction to Magnetism Lecture 14 - Magnetic Force on a Charge, Mass Spectrometer Lecture 15 - Current Creating Magnetic Field, Straight Wire, Coil and Solenoid Lecture 16 - Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire Lecture 17 - EMf, Transformers, Back EMf Lecture 18 - Transformers, Back EMf Lecture 19 - Arcs and Spark Lecture 20 - Exam Review Lecture 21 - Electromagnetic Waves, Impedance, AC Circuits Lecture 22 - AC Circuits, Capacitive and Inductive Reactance Lecture 23 - Capacitive and Inductive Reactance, Law of Reflection Lecture 24 - Reflection and Refraction of Light Lecture 25 - Index of Refraction, Critical Angle, Mirror Equation Lecture 26 - Fun with Focal Points Lecture 27 - Review Lecture 28 - Interferences, Young's Double Slit Lecture 29 - Thin Film Interference Lecture 30 - Thin Film Redux Lecture 31 - Diffraction and Polarization Lecture 32 - Human Eye, Resolving Power and Brian Cox on LRC Collider Lecture 33 - Special Relativity Introduction, Time Dilation, Contraction Lecture 34 - Special Relativity Lecture 35 Lecture 36 - Relative Velocities