Physics-II (PHYS-5162)

Course Tittle: PHYSICS-II

Course Code: PHYS-5162

Credit Hours: 04

DESCRIPTION & OBJECTIVES

This course presents the basic concepts of electricity and magnetism and certain aspects of electronics. The course objectives are to enable students about the ideas of electric field, electric potential, capacitors, resistance, magnetic field and some aspects of basic electronics.

Recommended Books:

1. Reitz, John R,. Fredrick, M.J. (1970). Foundations to electromagnetic theory, (2nd ed.). Boston: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
2.  Young, H D., Freedman, R.A. (2008). University of Physics with modern physics (14th ed.). London: Pearson.
3.  Grobe. (1993). Basic electronics (7th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill Book Co.
4.  Raymond, A., Jewett, Jr., J. W. (2011). Physics for Scientists and engineers with modern physics (8th ed.). New York: Cengage Learning.
5.  Halliday, Resnick and Walker, (2008). Fundamental of physics, extended (18th ed.). New York: John Wiley.

CONTENTS

Electric Field, Gauss’s Law, electric potential, current and resistances. Direct current and circuits, Capacitors and Dielectrics. Inductances, Alternating current and circuits basic electronics. Magnetic properties of matter. Electro- Magnetic waves.Conversion of a galvanometer into voltmeter, to determine the frequency of A.C mains by using a sonometer. To determine the frequency of A.C by meld’s experiment, resonance frequency of an acceptor circuit, resonance frequency of a reject circuit. To set up and study various logic gates( OR, AND, NOT, NAND) using diode and to develop their truth table, study the characteristics of a transistor.

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Mid exam:       30

Sessional:        20

Project:            --

Assignments:   10

Presentation:   10

Final exam:      50

Total:               100

RULES AND REGULATIONS

75% attendance is compulsory to appear in Final Term exam.