Electrodynamics Course Materials
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Principles of Electricity and Magnetism 2 (E&M II) is the second semester in our two-semester sequence of junior-level classical electromagnetism courses for physics majors.
- Maxwell's time-dependent equations
- AC circuits
- Conservation laws
- EM waves in vacuum and media
- Potentials and gauge transformations
- Special relativity
This website can be navigated using the tabs at the top of each page. Descriptions of the course materials and the organization of this website can be found by going to the Materials Guide tab. The easiest way to "browse" the materials is by following the links embedded in the course calendars for the transformed Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 semesters at CU.
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Download a zipped file of all transformed course materials EXCEPT assessments and solutions. (see below) [65 MB]
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- Download just the clicker questions. [24 MB]
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