Introductory Physics II
Prerequisite Review Material: For best results, make sure you understand this very well, ideally before the course begins, but certainly within the first few days of the course.
Note that the following lecture notes are from previous offerings of this course that used a different textbook, and therefore has chapters with different numbers than in our current textbook. The course content has also changed significantly since then. The current PHYS 1P22/1P92 course contains content from both the old version of the course and also the old version of PHYS 1P23/1P93. Therefore, it would be unwise to use notes from the previous offerings of this course to try to predict the contents of the current course's tests and exam. However, they may contain useful material, including solved problems, which may be valuable learning aids. Use them if you find them useful.
Lecture Notes (with solved example problems), Tutorial Problems, and Discussion Guides
Oscillatory Motion and Waves
Electric Forces and Electric Fields
Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential
Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields
Particles and Waves
The Nature of the Atom
BONUS MATERIAL (will not be discussed in this offering of the course):
Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity
Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy, and Elementary Particles