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PHYS 0212 Intro to Physics 2 is a Physics course at Pitt taught by the following professor: Holly Lynch. 3 elite notetakers have produced one study material for this Physics course.
An outline from the book of what sections were covered and notes completed in class
An outline from the book of what sections were covered (14.2 and 14.3) and notes completed in class
Outline of 14.4, 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, and 15.5 plus notes from the in class lecture
A book outline of 15.5 to 15.9 and notes on the material covered in class
Outlines of the sections covered in chapters 14 and 15 along with notes taken in class during lectures 1 through 5 and the examples done in class.
An outline of chapter 18 sections 1-5 and notes taken in class on review of homework and electric force and electricity
An outline of chapter 18 sections 1-5 and notes taken in class on conductors and insulators plus Coulombs Law
Outlines of chapter 18 sections 6, 7, 8 and 9 along with notes and examples from class
An Outline of chapter 19, sections 1-5, along with notes taken and examples done in class. Also a brief review of conservative forces
Notes taken the week of February 8-12 along with an entire Chapter 20 outline and the review of homework questions done in class
An outline of book chapter 20 in entirety (except 20.10, which isn't needed)
Notes taken in class on circuits, magnetic fields, magnetic forces, and homework review. Lecture 19 was done by TA Nathan Herring.
An outline of the entirety of chapter 21 and notes taken in class on torque and emf. Lecture 20 was done by TA Christian.
An outline of book sections 22.1-22.8 along with notes taken in class on February 29 regarding generators
Lectures 6 - 23 (notes taken Jan 20-Feb 29)
Outlines of book sections 18.1-18.9, 19.1-19.5, 20.1 - 20.12 (excluding 12.10), 21.1 - 21.4, 21.6-21.8, and 22.1 - 22.8.
Homework reviews in notes from class.
Detailed notes on Electric Forces & Electric Fields, Electric Potential Energy, Electric Circuits, Magnetic Forces & Fields, and Electromagnetic Induction