Course*  Fundamentals of Physics II
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 Course Level: Freshman
This is a continuation of Fundamentals of Physics, I (PHYS 200), the introductory course on the principles and methods of physics for students who have good preparation in physics and mathematics. This course covers electricity, magnetism, optics and quantum mechanics.
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The lectures in this course are broken down into "Concepts"
Prerequisites

Lecture 1  Electrostatics

Lecture 2  Electric Fields

Lecture 3  Gauss's Law I

Lecture 4  Gauss's Law and Application to Conductors and Insulators

Lecture 5  The Electric Potential and Conservation of Energy

Lecture 6  Capacitors

Lecture 7  Resistance

Lecture 8  Circuits and Magnetism I

Lecture 9  Magnetism II

Lecture 10  Ampere's Law

Lecture 11  Lenz's and Faraday's Laws

Lecture 12  LCR Circuits, DC Voltage

Lecture 13  LCR Circuits, AC Voltage

Lecture 14  Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves I

Lecture 15  Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves II

Lecture 16  Ray or Geometrical Optics I

Lecture 17  Ray or Geometrical Optics II

Lecture 18  Wave Theory of Light

Lecture 19  Quantum Mechanics I; The key experiments and waveparticle duality

Lecture 20  Quantum Mechanics II

Lecture 21  Quantum Mechanics III

Lecture 22  Quantum mechanics IV; Measurement theory, states of definite energy

Lecture 23  Quantum Mechanics V; Particle in a Box

Lecture 24  Quantum Mechanics VI Timedependent Schroedinger Equation

Lecture 25  Quantum Mechanics VII Summary of postulates and special topics