Physics 4B
Lectures:

A few past full exams and finals with, and without, solutions:

First exam solution archives (separate pages)

Charge, Coulomb's law, and the electric field

Chapter 23 in Serway:

E fields from continuous distributions of charge and torques on distribution

Still Chapter 23:

The torque from a uniform electric field on a two charge system. Gauss's Law for electric fields

Chapter 24:

Electric Potential and Energy

Chapter 25:

Finding the potential due to two equal rings of charge along their common axis.

Finding the potential to the left of two negatively charged infinite and parallel sheets of charge

Finding the potential along the perpendicular bisector of a charged rod of length l.

Capacitance and more energy

Quiz 5 problem set: But no quiz, just an exam.

Chapter 26:

Exam 1 now. Topic: electrostatics (given after about thirty lectures)

DC Circuits

A solution for a resistor capacitor circuit.

The Magnetic Force

Chapter 29:

Seven pages of notes taken by a student covering  some properties of the magnetic force and its application to the basic design of a
velocity selector, a mass spectrometer, and a cyclotron. And also, the beginnings of  the magnetic force on a current carrying wire.
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page  two
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page seven

The solution to the magnetic torque holding a disk stationary on an inclined plane.
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page four

Creating magnetic fields: Gauss's Law for magnetism, Ampere’s Law, and the Biot-Savart Law

Chapter 30:

No Quiz set for this, just an exam instead.

Chapter 31:

Exam 2 (given during the last week of class)

Inductance and AC:

Chapter 32 and 33:

Maxwell's equations and electromagnetic waves:

Is there ever time for this? No, but the four Maxwell's equations (all in bold face where mentioned above in the titles) were all studied during the course.

Chapter 34: