Physics 110 - General Physics II

General Information

Lecture: MWF 9:10-10:10 AM & Th 8:30-9:30 in Halsey 57
Laboratory: Thursdays in Halsey 360
Instructor: Dennis Rioux (email)
Content: This course builds on the knowledge of motion and interactions that you gained last semester. Specific goals for this course include the following:

  • to understand the fundamental interactions associated with electric and magnetic forces and to apply these concepts to real-world direct current and alternating current electrical circuits
  • to understand the origins and behavior of electromagnetic waves and to apply these concepts to real-world optical instruments and devices
  • to further develop laboratory skills, including techniques using standard instruments like the oscilloscope


  • Discussion Questions

    Throughout this semester, I will ask you multiple choice questions based on material that has been presented to you in class. These questions are designed to give you immediate feedback on your grasp of the new material that we cover each day. Your answers are not recorded and your performance does not influence your grade. I hope that you will use them as a tool to help you develop your understanding of physics. The questions will remain accessible from this web page all semester long so that you can review them whenever you like. Click on any of the links below to access the questions.


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    Documents

    The course syllabus and other documents handed out in class can be accessed from this web page.

    Syllabus
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    Last updated on 15 May 2012