**ISM ADVANCED PHYSICS 2022**

WELCOME!

WELCOME!

Advanced Physics at ISM is an algebra based course that covers electricity and magnetism and a little bit of modern physics.

The textbook we use is Giancoli Physics 7th Ed.

This website will provide lessons, and resources to help you be successful in this class. It will be updated frequently, so check back often.

The single most important thing you can do to learn physics is to work problems. Lots and lots of problems. Every evening.

The textbook we use is Giancoli Physics 7th Ed.

This website will provide lessons, and resources to help you be successful in this class. It will be updated frequently, so check back often.

The single most important thing you can do to learn physics is to work problems. Lots and lots of problems. Every evening.

9/22/22

Objectives

1. Look at conducting paper.

2. Talk about electron volts.

3. Review for periodic 1.

Objectives

1. Look at conducting paper.

2. Talk about electron volts.

3. Review for periodic 1.

9/21/22

Objectives

1. Calculate the total electric potential energy for a system of charges.

2. Work various conservation of energy problems involving electric potential.

3. Build an Atom Smasher.

4. Conclusion

Objectives

1. Calculate the total electric potential energy for a system of charges.

2. Work various conservation of energy problems involving electric potential.

3. Build an Atom Smasher.

4. Conclusion

9/19/22

Objectives

1. Find the electric potential along the axis of a charged ring as a function of x. V(x) = ?

2. Find the electric field along the axis of a charged ring using Coulomb's law. E(x) = ?

3. Find the electric field along the axis of a charged ring by differentiating V(x) with respect to x.

4. Look at Physics LE.

Objectives

1. Find the electric potential along the axis of a charged ring as a function of x. V(x) = ?

2. Find the electric field along the axis of a charged ring using Coulomb's law. E(x) = ?

3. Find the electric field along the axis of a charged ring by differentiating V(x) with respect to x.

4. Look at Physics LE.

lecture_06.pdf |

apcemc.pdf |

advanced_physics_pacing_chart.pdf |

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