Electricity and Magnetism



A. Electrostatics 1 . Charge and Coulomb’s law
2 . Electric field and electric potential (includingpoint charges)
3 . Gauss’s law
4 . Fields and potentials of other charge distributions


B . Conductors, capacitors, dielectrics
1 . Electrostatics with conductors
2 . Capacitors
a . Capacitance
b . Parallel plate
c . Spherical and cylindrical
3 . Dielectrics


C . Electric circuits
1 . Current, resistance, power
2 . Steady-state direct current circuits with batteries and resistors only
3 . Capacitors in circuits
a . Steady state
b . Transients in rc circuits


D . Magnetic Fields
1 . Forces on moving charges in magnetic fields
2 . Forces on current-carrying wires in magnetic fields
3 . Fields of long current-carrying wires
4 . Biot–Savart law and Ampere’s law


E . Electromagnetism
1 . Electromagnetic induction (including Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law)
2 . Inductance (including lr and lc circuits)
3 . Maxwell’s equations



Possible Projects:
WIFI Bouncing
Superconductor Construction
Ferrofluid
Floating Paperclips/Copper Tube
Levitation via Magnetism