MWF 11:00 am to 12:10 pm, Earth and Marine Sciences, Room
Discussion Session: 6:00pm Thursday, Interdisciplinary Sciences, Room
Electricity, Magnetism, and Optics II
of California at Santa Cruz
TEXT: Introduction to Electrodynamics by
Office: 329 Natural Sciences II
Phone: (831) 459-3034
Monday, 2:00-3:30, Nat Sci II Rm 329
Friday, 3:00-4:00, Nat Sci II Rm 329
And by appointment if necessary
Office Hours: Wednesday 4:00-6:00, Nat Sci II Room 108
Few would argue the point of view that
the theory of Electrodynamics, which emerged
in its full glory during the time when the American Civil War was
being fought, stands as a crowning acheivement of classical physics.
Virtually everything we experience in our day-to-day lives (the
sole exception being the ubiquitous pull of gravity) is accountable
to the electromagnetic force. The theory of electrodynamics,
through Maxwell's Equations, provides nothing short of a precise
and complete description of the physics underlying the full
range of macroscopic eletromagnetic phenomena.
Physics 110B presents a continuation of 110A, including the
full dynamical content of Maxwell's Equations, and applications
in the area of electromagnetic waves,
optics, electronics, radiation and dynamical fields.
Teaching Assistant: Matt Johnson
Rearrangements to Accomodate my Absence (week of April 19)
Midterm II; ignore problem 2! Also note that there are no optics problems
on this exam; there will be on the exam you will get on the 21st!!
Electronic Reserves (Homework Solutions, etc.)
to me if you don't have the password.
technical?) review of the status of magnetic monpole searches