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Notes from the first two lectures of Dr. Picozzi's PHYS260 class! 8/31-9/2
Chapter 14, Simple harmonic oscillators and forces.
He bases his exams off his notes from class so keep up to date with what is happening.
Week one notes for Dr. Picozzis physics 260 class!
He bases his exams off his lecture notes so don't fall behind.
Hey guys! Here is the second week of notes as well as the notes from the discussion for this week. Worked out example problems and written descriptions of the concepts!
Week 6 of notes from Dr. Picozzis physics 260 class, highly detailed new content on the new unit: Ideal Gasses.
This is the one lecture from week 5 which covered open and closed tubes with their effect on frequency as well as review on beats and tips for the previous exam.
This is the notes from Dr. Picozzis week four lecture on power and energy of waves.
Week three of notes from physics 260!
Picture of my detailed notes for week 1. Hopefully, the different colored pens keep you awake while you read through it lol
A sequel to the previously uploaded documents
These notes cover state variables, time evolution of a state, phase changes, ideal gases, and all of the formulas associated with these topics
Notes from the first two days of class for Dr. Mohapatra.
These notes cover the ideal gas law, work, pistons, Pressure-Volume diagrams, Thermodynamics, the first law of thermodynamics, calorimetry, isochoric/isobaric/isothermic/adiabatic systems, and week 2's discussion.
Notes for Week 3 of Mohapatra's lecture
These notes cover change in energy, change in internal energy, adiabatic systems, the formulas for isochoric, isobaric, isothermal, adiabatic, and any changes as denoted in Table 19.1, Calorimetry, Brownian Motion, velocity root means squared with temperature and pressure, equipartition theorem with degrees of freedom, entropy, micro-states, and the week's discussion.
This study guide covers the topics of the upcoming midterm for Physics 260 including phase diagrams, ideal gas laws, the time evolution equations, work, laws of thermodynamics, calorimetry, thermal energy, Brownian Motion, Equipartition Theorem, Micro-states, Efficiency, and the diesel, Carnot, and refrigerator cycles.
These notes cover lecture content from 9/20 and 9/22 including topics such as the ideal gas law, the first and second law of thermodynamics, energy reservoirs, efficiency, work in a closed loop system, net heat (Q) and net work, the otto cycle, and the compression ratio.
These notes cover lecture content from the review class on 9/27 including topics such as work, heat, state changes, microphysics, engines, and a solving method all in preparation for the first midterm. I've also included my personal thorough solutions for the practice exam posted by Dr. Smith.
These notes cover lectures from 10/4 and 10/6 as well as the week's discussion including topics such as conductors, insulators, ground, Coulomb's Law, and electric fields.
These notes cover lecture 10/13 and discussion 10/14 including topics such as the ring of charge, plates, charges rings, charged arc, fields, dipoles (such as water) and symmetry.
These notes cover lecture content from 10/18 and 10/20 including discussion of Gauss's Law as applied to closed surfaces, symmetric shapes, infinite rods, cylinders, infinite charges planes, and a variety of spheres as well as conductors.
These notes cover content from lectures on Gauss's Law applied to spheres, spherical shells, and cylindrical shells with charge distribution, as well as electrical potential energy, electric potential, electrostatics, potential difference, and conductors.
This study guide is a compilation of all of my notes from this section (Chapters 25 to 28) on Electrostatics as well as my personal study guide and some practice problems.
In preparation for our midterm exam, here is my formula sheet as well as detailed notes that I thought might be helpful for everyone from Chapters 29, 30, and 31.
This study guide is my Final Equation Sheet with all of the equations in thematic order and often with defined variables. This covers Chapters 16-19 and 25-31 as we covered in lecture and through homework. Good luck everyone!
Cover chapter 17
Cover chapter 18
Cover the first part of chapter 19
Cover chapter 20
Covers chapters 17-20
Cover review of Ch 14 and content of Ch 15
Cover content from ch 15 and 16
Cover part of chapter 15 and the beginning of 21
Cover part of chapter 22
Cover the beginning of chapter 24
These notes cover chapter 15 on the topic waves