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```DESCRIPTION OF THE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY
Course title: Physics II
Course number: 16649
Type of educational activity: basic subject
Subject Group: FIS 01
Year of study: 1st year “Laurea”
Semester: 2nd
Total number of credits: 6
Global workload (n. of hours) : 150
Number of hours allocated to: lectures, tutorials, laboratory, individual study: 40, 20, 0, 90
Name of lecturer: Antonio Di Bartolomeo
Objectives of the course: Ability to solve simple problems and to mathematically describe physical
phenomena arising in the electromagnetic field.
Prerequisites: Physics I
Course contents:
Electricity: electric charge; Coulomb’s law, static electric field; electric dipole; Gauss law;
conductors; electric potential and potential energy; capacitors; energy density of the electric
field; D field. Electric current: electromotive force; Ohm, Joule, Kirchhoff’s laws. Magnetism:
magnets and magnetic dipoles; Lorenz force; Ampère’s equivalence principle; 1st and 2nd
Laplace formula; Ampère’s Law; H field. Faraday-Neumann-Lenz induction law: inductance and
mutual inductance. Energy density of the magnetic field. Maxwell equations in integral and
differential form. Waves.
Recommended reading: Mazzoldi, Nigro, Voci - Elementi di Fisica, Elettromagnetismo - EdiSES
Resnick, Halliday, Krane - Fondamenti di Fisica - Casa Ed. Ambrosiana
Teaching methods: lectures and practicing classes
Assessment methods: written and oral tests
Language of instruction: Italian
Additional information: further information can be requested via e-mail: [email protected]
www.unisa.it
```
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