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Examination Topics State your understanding on (each topics is one question): Chapter 21 ELECTRIC CHARGE AND ELECTRIC FIELD

1. Electric Charge, Conductors, Insulators, and Coulombs Law 2. Electric Field, Electric Field Lines, Electric Dipoles Chapter 22 GAUSSS LAW 3. Electric Flux and Gausss Law; Applications of Gausss Law on planar, spherical and cylindrical distributions 4. Charges on Conductors and electrostatic conditions 5. Electric field at the surfaces of a conductor; charging by induction Chapter 23 ELECTRIC POTENTIAL 6. Electric potential and electric potential difference. Calculating the electric potential. Electric potential energy, equipotential surfaces 7. Relations between electric field vector and electric potential, potential gradient Chapter 24 CAPACITANCE AND DIELECTRICS 8. Conductors, Capacitors, Capacitance of parallel-plate and cylindrical capacitors; Energy Storage in Capacitors and Electric-Field Energy 9. Dielectric constant of material, induced charge and polarization of dielectrics. Molecular Model of Induced Charge. 10. Electric current, Microscopic Ohms law, Electromotive force (emf) and sources of emf Chapter 27 MAGNETIC FIELD AND MAGNETIC FORCES 11. Magnetic forces of currents, concept of magnetic field; Magnetic field vector; magnetic field of a current element; the law of Biot and Savar, Magnetic Field of a Moving Charge 12. Magnetic Field, Magnetic Field Lines and Magnetic Flux. Motion of Charged Particles in a Magnetic Field 13. Magnetic Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor, Force and Torque on a Current Loop Chapter 28 SOURCES OF MAGNETIC FIELD 14. Amperes law on the line integral of magnetic field vector around a closed path. Applications of Ampers law in calculating the magnetic field of currents. 15. Magnetic Field of a Straight Current-Carrying Conductor and of a Circular Current Loop 16. Action of magnetic field on currents, Motion of charged particles in a magnetic field, Lorentz force Chapter 29 ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION 17. Induction Experiments, Faradays Law, Lenzs Law 18. Motional Electromotive Force; Induced Electric Fields; Eddy Currents 19. Displacement Current and Maxwells Equations

Chapter 30 INDUCTANCE 20. Mutual Inductance, Self-Inductance and Inductors 21. Energy stored in a inductor, magnetic field energy, magnetic energy density 22. R-L-C circuit, damped harmonic motion Chapter 31 ALTERNATING CURRENT 23. Phasors and Alternating Currents, R-L-C circuit with a alternating current (ac) source, impedance of circuit, resonance in ac circuits Chapter 32 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES 24. The system of Maxwells equations, the concept of electromagnetic field 25. Derivation of the wave equation Electromagnetic Wave, sinusoidal Plane Electromagnetic Waves, polarization and the Speed of Light 26. Electromagnetic waves in matter; speed of propagation of EM waves, index of refraction of matter; Poynting vector; the electromagnetic spectrum Chapter 18 Kinetic-molecular theory of gases and distribution functions 27. Kinetic-molecular model of an ideal gas. Average translational kinetic energy of a gas molecule 28. Distribution function of molecular speeds, the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution. Average speed, root-main square speed and the most probable speed of a gas molecule 29. Principle of equipartition of energy, Degrees of freedom of a molecule; internal energy of ideal gases 30. Distribution of number of molecules in their potential energy, the Boltzmann distribution Chapter 19 The first law of thermodynamics 31. The first law of thermodynamics and appying for kinds of thermodynamic processes: adiabatic, isochoric, isobaric and isothermal processes Chapter 20 The second law of thermodynamics 32. The second law of thermodynamics: Kelvin-Planck statement Equivalence of two statements. and Clausius statement;

33. Directions of thermodynamic processes, reversible and irreversible processes. Heat engines, thermal efficiency of an engine the Carnot cycle and quantitative expression of the second law of thermodynamics 34. Entropy change in reversible and irreversible processes, the meaning of the second law of thermodynamics Chapter 20 Real gases and phase transitions 35. Differences between ideal and real gases, Van der Waals equation of state, critical point