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Physics professor, Dr. Radi Jishi, received his PhD. in Physics from MIT. He carefully and methodically takes you through all the calculus and derivations and examples you need.

IMPORTANT: I will assign a few worked examples per chapter from Dr. Radi.  You will need to write out the problem in your notebook, try it, then watch Dr. Radi solve the problem and correct your notebook work.

This is a collection of  A LOT of help videos I have found over the last few years organized by chapters.

IMPORTANT: In addition to Dr. Radi’s videos, you are required to watch at least two other help videos per chapter and write a half page summary of each help video in your notebook for that chapter.

CHAPTER 23 ELECTRIC FIELDS

Required work for Chapter 23:  In the Chapter 23 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

work 1 of 2:

Electric Force: Extra Example 1: Three Metallic Objects

Electric Force: Extra Example 2: Rubber Rods and two metal spheres

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Coulomb’s Law: Extra Example 2: Tension in a String

Coulomb’s Law: Extra Example 3: Two Conducting Spheres

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Electric Field of a Continuous Charge: Extra Example 2: Find E at the Center of the Semicircle

Electric Field of a Continuous Charge: Extra Example 3: Find E at a point that is to the right side of a charged cylinder

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

23.1 Properties of Electric Charges

23.2 Charging Objects by Induction

23.3 Coulomb’s Law

Cool Coulomb’s Law Demo (4:17) by UCLA Physics

23.4 The Electric Field

Conductors in Electrostatic Equilibrium – Rules for Electric Fields (13:45) by Doc Physics

Coulomb’s Law and Electric Field  (9:59) by lasseviren1

23.5 Electric Field of a Continuous Charge Distribution

The Electric Field! (and Spherically Symmetric Distributions of Charge and Mass (8:30) by Doc Physics

23.6 Electric Field Lines

How to Draw Electric Field Lines and What They Mean (8:03) by Doc Physics

23.7 Motion of a Charged Particle in a Uniform Electric Field

Forces and Torques from Electric Fields  (9:45) by lasseviren1

An example of one of the Integrals that you come across in E & M   (14:04) by Patrick JMT

CHAPTER 24 GAUSS’S LAW

Required work for Chapter 24:  In the Chapter 24 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

Work 1 of 2:

From the Gauss’s Law section —> Example 1: Flux through a Square

From the Gauss’s Law section —> Example 2: Flux through a Cube

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From Application of Gauss/s Law section—>Example 1: Charged Sphere

From Application of Gauss/s Law section—>Example 2: Charged Spherical Cavity

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From Application of Gauss’s Law, Part 2 section —> Example 1: Cylindrical Shell

From Application of Gauss’s Law, Part 2 section —>  Example 2: Wire Surrounded by Shell

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

24.1 Electric Flux

24.2 Gauss’s Law

Gauss’s Law  (23:20) By Dan Fullerton

The master goes deep into Flux and Gauss’s Law (51:41) by Walter Lewin

Doc’s Flux Catcher  (7:27) by Doc Physics

24.3 Application of Gauss’s Law to Various Charge Distributions

Gauss’ Law Explained and Parallel Plate Capacitor Worked Examples (17:28) by Doc Physics

24.4 Conductors in Electrostatic Equilibrium

CHAPTER 25 ELECTRIC POTENTIAL

Required work for Chapter 25:  In the Chapter 25 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

Work 1 of 2:

From Electric Potential, Part1: Example 2: Block and Spring (13:52)

From Electric Potential, Part1: Example 3: Particle on a string (11:27)

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From Electric Potential, Part 2: Example 1: Two point charges (17:56)

From Electric Potential, Part 2: Example 2: Two insulating spheres (7:31)

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From Electric Potential, Part 3: Example 1: Charged Rod (8:52)

From Electric Potential, Part 3: Example 2: Bent Semicircle (4:48)

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From Electric Potential, Part 4: Example 1: Neutral Conducting Sphere (4:03)

From Electric Potential, Part 4: Example 2:  Conducting Sphere with Spherical Shell (13:45)

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

25.1 Electric Potential and Potential Difference

25.2 Potential Difference in a Uniform Electric Field

25.3 Electric Potential and Potential Energy Due to Point Charges

Electric Potential of a Point Charge Derived (14:38) by Doc Physics

Finally, A Useful Explanation of Electric Potential with analogy to Gravity (13:09) by Doc Physics

25.4 Obtaining the Value of the Electric Field from the Electric Potential

Equipotentials and the Direction of Electric Fields (13:42) by Doc Physics

25.5 Electric Potential Due to Continuous Charge Distributions

Electric Potential Equations (19:40) by Doc Physics

25.6 Electric Potential Due to a Charged Conductor

Electric Potential of Conducting Spheres or Why Charges Like Pointy Bits (12:08) by Doc Physics

25.7 The Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment

25.8 Applications of Electrostatics

What is voltage? (part 1 of 2) (14:13) by Dcaulf

AC and DC power: Voltage Lesson (part 2 of 2) (14:53) by Dcaulf

CHAPTER 26 CAPACITANCE AND DIELECTRICS

Required work for Chapter 26:  In the Chapter 26 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

Work 1 of 2:

From Capacitor: Extra Example 1: Parallel Plate Capacitor (8:41)

From Capacitor: Extra Example 2: Mica Dielectric (15:01)

Work 1 of 2:

From Combination of Capacitors: Extra Example 1: Four Capacitors (16:50)

From Combination of Capacitors:Extra Example 2: Circuits with switches (8:25)

Work 1 of 2:

From Calculating Capacitance: Example 1: Parallel Plate Capacitor (4:39)

From Capacitor: Example 2: Spherical Capacitor (8:51)

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From More on filled Capacitors: Example 1: Parallel Plate Capacitor (13:37)

From More on filled Capacitors: Example 2: Conducting Slab (8:20)

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

26.1 Definition of Capacitance

Introduction to Capacitors   (10:10) Doc Physics

26.2 Calculating Capacitance

An Excellent demonstration Introduction to Capacitors (6:38) by Fizzics

26.3 Combinations of Capacitors

Capacitors (8:18) by Brightstorm

26.4 Energy Stored in a Charged Capacitor

Potential Energy Stored in a Capacitor (9:18) by Doc Physics

26.5 Capacitors with Dielectrics

Dielectrics in Capacitors and Otherwise   (16:37) Doc Physics

26.6 Electric Dipole in an Electric Field

26.7 An Atomic Description of Dielectrics

Capacitors in series and parallel and the time constant (5:03) by Roger Linsell

Capacitors in Circuits                                                                                                        (8:54) by Brightstorm

CHAPTER 27 CURRENT AND RESISTANCE

Required work for Chapter 27:  In the Chapter 27 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

Work example 2 AND 3 below:

Example 2 & 3 (both from the same problem)

I’LL POST THE OTHER EXAMPLE LATER

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

27.1 Electric Current

Conventional Current, Electric Field, Benjamin Franklin, and Electron Velocity (12:21) by Doc Physics

27.2 Resistance

Resistors and resistors in circuits  (6:31) by resistor guide

Intro to Resistor and Resistivity Theory (13:14) by Doc Physics

27.3 A Model for Electrical Conduction

27.4 Resistance and Temperature

27.5 Superconductors

Levitating Superconductor on a Möbius strip (7:29)   by the Royal Institute

Superconductivity spelled out (12:49) by DrPhysicsA

27.6 Electrical Power

CHAPTER 28 DIRECT CURRENT AND CIRCUITS

Required work for Chapter 28:  In the Chapter 28 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

28.1 Electromotive Force

28.2 Resistors in Series and Parallel

28.3 Kirchhoff’s Rules

28.4 RC Circuits

28.5 Household Wiring and Electrical Safety

THE BEST Multimeter tutorial (4:36) by Afrotechmods

Build a DC Motor at home: Bring it to class (20:20) by MIT

Kirchhoff’s Loop and Junction Rules Theory                                                                      (7:42) Doc Physics

Kirchhoff’s Rules (Laws) Worked Example                                                                         (9:37) by Doc Physics

RC Circuits (11:00) by Brightstorm

CHAPTER 29 MAGNETIC FIELDS

Required work for Chapter 29:  In the Chapter 29 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

29.1 Magnetic Fields and Forces

29.2 Motion of a Charged Particle in a Uniform Magnetic Field

Introduction to Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges – Right Hand Rule  (12:30) Doc Physics

29.3 Applications Involving Charged Particles Moving in a Magnetic Field

Moving Charges Feel Force as they Move with a component Normal to a Magnetic Field (8:34) by Doc Physics

29.4 Magnetic Force Acting on a Current-Carrying Conductor

29.5 Torque on a Current Loop in a Uniform Magnetic Field

Magnetic Field of Loops, Solenoids, and Electromagnets  (9:51) Doc Physics

29.6 The Hall Effect

CHAPTER 30 SOURCES OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD

Required work for Chapter 30:  In the Chapter 30 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

30.1 The Biot–Savart Law

30.2 The Magnetic Force Between Two Parallel Conductors

30.3 Ampère’s Law

Ampere’s Law Example for Solenoid  (5:14) Doc Physics

30.4 The Magnetic Field of a Solenoid

30.5 Gauss’s Law in Magnetism

Gauss’s Law for Magnetism

30.6 Magnetism in Matter

Required work for Chapter 31:  In the Chapter 31 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

Faraday’s Law of Magnetic Induction or WHY IS THERE ROCK N ROLL?                        (8:18) Doc Physics

31.2 Motional emf

31.3 Lenz’s Law

Faraday’s Law / Lenz’s Law   (9:19) by Brightstorm

31.4 Induced emf and Electric Fields

Electromagnetic Induction: Faraday’s Law and Lenz’s Law (1 of 2) Introduction (10:07) by  Michel Van Biezen

Electromagnetic Induction: Faraday’s Law and Lenz’s Law (2 of 2) Sliding Bar Generator (8:34) by Michel Van Biezen

31.5 Generators and Motors

DC Motor — How it works  (4:49) VERY WELL DONE animation — a MUST see by “Learn Engineering

Electric Motor – Explained (the left hand rule!) (3:52) by Engineering Explained

31.6 Eddy Currents

CHAPTER 32 INDUCTANCE

Required work for Chapter 32:  In the Chapter 32 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

32.1 Self-Induction and Inductance

Great Inductance Introduction (3:54) by Afrotechmods

Walter Lewin (the Master) goes through Inductance and the RL Circuit (51:56) MIT Physics

32.2 RL Circuits

Inductance in a circuit (3:51) by Afrotechmods

32.3 Energy in a Magnetic Field

The Basics of Inductance (10:04) by lasseviren1

32.4 Mutual Inductance

A quick 2 minute excellent video on how a induction motor works (2:22) by agmlabs

32.5 Oscillations in an LC Circuit

this guy is no Doc Physics, but he gets the job done  (10:09) by AK Lectures

32.6 The RLC Circuit

CHAPTER 33  ALTERNATING-CURRENT CIRCUITS

Required work for Chapter 33:  In the Chapter 33 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

33.1 AC Sources

33.2 Resistors in an AC Circuit

33.3 Inductors in an AC Circuit

33.4 Capacitors in an AC Circuit

33.5 The RLC Series Circuit

33.6 Power in an AC Circuit

33.7 Resonance in a Series RLC Circuit

33.8 The Transformer and Power Transmission

Transformers   (18:08) by Doc Schuster

33.9 Rectifiers and Filters

CHAPTER 34 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES

Required work for Chapter 34:  In the Chapter 34 section of your notebook Work 1 of 2 from each Extra Example section of Dr. Radi’s videos and then watch him work the examples to make sure you’re right and see how he approached the problems. REMEMBER: These are the examples, if you need further explanation scroll up to Dr. Radi’s lectures on the subject.  The links below will get you to the right section of Educator.com, then you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the section for the Extra Examples.

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In addition: Pick two of the following videos and write 1/2 of a notebook page on each:

34.1 Displacement Current and the General Form of Ampère’s Law

34.2 Maxwell’s Equations and Hertz’s Discoveries

Maxwell’s Equations and the speed of light (5:46) by Doc Physics

34.3 Plane Electromagnetic Waves

34.4 Energy Carried by Electromagnetic Waves

This is Frickin Light People!  (MUST SEE!) (14:45) by Doc Physics at his best.