I. Electricity 

Electric Charge & Coulomb's Law 
30:48 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objective 
0:15  
 
Electric Charges 
0:50  
 
 Matter is Made Up of Atoms 
0:52  
 
 Most Atoms are Neutral 
1:02  
 
 Ions 
1:11  
 
 Coulomb 
1:18  
 
 Elementary Charge 
1:34  
 
 Law of Conservation of Charge 
2:03  
 
Example 1 
2:39  
 
Example 2 
3:42  
 
Conductors and Insulators 
4:41  
 
 Conductors Allow Electric Charges to Move Freely 
4:43  
 
 Insulators Do Not Allow Electric Charges to Move Freely 
4:50  
 
 Resistivity 
4:58  
 
Charging by Conduction 
5:32  
 
 Conduction 
5:37  
 
 Balloon Example 
5:40  
 
 Charged Conductor 
6:14  
 
Example 3 
6:28  
 
The Electroscope 
7:16  
 
Charging by Induction 
7:57  
 
 Bring Positive Rod Near Electroscope 
8:08  
 
 Ground the Electroscope 
8:27  
 
 Sever Ground Path and Remove Positive Rod 
9:07  
 
Example 4 
9:39  
 
Polarization and Electric Dipole Moment 
11:46  
 
 Polarization 
11:54  
 
 Electric Dipole Moment 
12:05  
 
Coulomb's Law 
12:38  
 
 Electrostatic Force, Also Known as Coulombic Force 
12:48  
 
 How Force of Attraction or Repulsion Determined 
12:55  
 
 Formula 
13:08  
 
Coulomb's Law: Vector Form 
14:18  
 
Example 5 
16:05  
 
Example 6 
18:25  
 
Example 7 
19:14  
 
Example 8 
23:21  

Electric Fields 
1:19:22 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:09  
 
Electric Fields 
1:33  
 
 Property of Space That Allows a Charged Object to Feel a Force 
1:40  
 
 Detect the Presence of an Electric Field 
1:51  
 
 Electric Field Strength Vector 
2:03  
 
 Direction of the Electric Field Vector 
2:21  
 
Example 1 
3:00  
 
Visualizing the Electric Field 
4:13  
 
Electric Field Lines 
4:56  
 
E Field Due to a Point Charge 
7:19  
 
 Derived from the Definition of the Electric Field and Coulomb's Law 
7:24  
 
 Finding the Electric Field Due to Multiple Point Charges 
8:37  
 
Comparing Electricity to Gravity 
8:51  
 
 Force 
8:54  
 
 Field Strength 
9:09  
 
 Constant 
9:19  
 
 Charge Units vs. Mass Units 
9:35  
 
 Attracts vs. Repel 
9:44  
 
Example 2 
10:06  
 
Example 3 
17:25  
 
Example 4 
24:29  
 
Example 5 
25:23  
 
Charge Densities 
26:09  
 
 Linear Charge Density 
26:26  
 
 Surface Charge Density 
26:30  
 
 Volume Charge Density 
26:47  
 
Example 6 
27:26  
 
Example 7 
37:07  
 
Example 8 
50:13  
 
Example 9 
54:01  
 
Example 10 
63:10  
 
Example 11 
73:58  

Gauss's Law 
52:53 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:07  
 
Electric Flux 
1:16  
 
 Amount of Electric Field Penetrating a Surface 
1:19  
 
 Symbol 
1:23  
 
Point Charge Inside a Hollow Sphere 
4:31  
 
 Place a Point Charge Inside a Hollow Sphere of Radius R 
4:39  
 
 Determine the Flux Through the Sphere 
5:09  
 
 Gauss's Law 
8:39  
 
 Total Flux 
8:59  
 
Gauss's Law 
9:10  
 
Example 1 
9:53  
 
Example 2 
17:28  
 
Example 3 
22:37  
 
Example 4 
25:40  
 
Example 5 
30:49  
 
Example 6 
45:06  

Electric Potential & Electric Potential Energy 
1:14:03 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Electric Potential Energy 
0:58  
 
 Gravitational Potential Energy 
1:02  
 
 Electric Potential Energy 
1:11  
 
 Electric Potential 
1:19  
 
Example 1 
1:59  
 
Example 2 
3:08  
 
The ElectronVolt 
4:02  
 
 Electronvolt 
4:16  
 
 1 eV is the Amount of Work Done in Moving an Elementary Charge Through a Potential Difference of 1 Volt 
4:26  
 
 Conversion Ratio 
4:41  
 
Example 3 
4:52  
 
Equipotential Lines 
5:35  
 
 Topographic Maps 
5:36  
 
 Lines Connecting Points of Equal Electrical Potential 
5:47  
 
 Always Cross Electrical Field Lines at Right Angles 
5:57  
 
 Gradient of Potential Increases As Equipotential Lines Get Closer 
6:02  
 
 Electric Field Points from High to Low Potential 
6:27  
 
Drawing Equipotential Lines 
6:49  
 
E Potential Energy Due to a Point Charge 
8:20  
 
Electric Force from Electric Potential Energy 
11:59  
 
E Potential Due to a Point Charge 
13:07  
 
Example 4 
14:42  
 
Example 5 
15:59  
 
Finding Electric Field From Electric Potential 
19:06  
 
Example 6 
23:41  
 
Example 7 
25:08  
 
Example 8 
26:33  
 
Example 9 
29:01  
 
Example 10 
31:26  
 
Example 11 
43:23  
 
Example 12 
51:51  
 
Example 13 
58:12  

Electric Potential Due to Continuous Charge Distributions 
1:01:28 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:10  
 
Potential Due to a Charged Ring 
0:27  
 
Potential Due to a Uniformly Charged Desk 
3:38  
 
Potential Due to a Spherical Shell of Charge 
11:21  
 
Potential Due to a Uniform Solid Sphere 
14:50  
 
Example 1 
23:08  
 
Example 2 
30:43  
 
Example 3 
41:58  
 
Example 4 
51:41  

Conductors 
20:35 
 
Intro 
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Objectives 
0:08  
 
Charges in a Conductor 
0:32  
 
 Charge is Free to Move Until the 
0:36  
 
 All Charge Resides at Surface 
2:18  
 
 Field Lines are Perpendicular to Surface 
2:34  
 
Electric Field at the Surface of a Conductor 
3:04  
 
 Looking at Just the Outer Surface 
3:08  
 
 Large Electric Field Where You Have the Largest Charge Density 
3:59  
 
Hollow Conductors 
4:22  
 
 Draw Hollow Conductor and Gaussian Surface 
4:36  
 
 Applying Gaussian Law 
4:53  
 
 Any Hollow Conductor Has Zero Electric Field in Its Interior 
5:24  
 
 Faraday Cage 
5:35  
 
Electric Field and Potential Due to a Conducting Sphere 
6:03  
 
Example 1 
7:31  
 
Example 2 
12:39  

Capacitors 
41:23 
 
Intro 
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Objectives 
0:08  
 
What is a Capacitor? 
0:42  
 
 Electric Device Used to Store Electrical Energy 
0:44  
 
 Place Opposite Charges on Each Plate 
1:10  
 
 Develop a Potential Difference Across the Plates 
1:14  
 
 Energy is Stored in the Electric Field Between the Plates 
1:17  
 
Capacitance 
1:22  
 
 Ratio of the Charge Separated on the Plates of a Capacitor to the Potential Difference Between the Plates 
1:25  
 
 Units of Capacitance 
1:32  
 
 Farad 
1:37  
 
 Formula 
1:52  
 
Calculating Capacitance 
1:59  
 
 Assume Charge on Each Conductor 
2:05  
 
 Find the Electric Field 
2:11  
 
 Calculate V by Integrating the Electric Field 
2:21  
 
 Utilize C=Q/V to Solve for Capitance 
2:33  
 
Example 1 
2:44  
 
Example 2 
5:30  
 
Example 3 
10:46  
 
Energy Stored in a Capacitor 
15:25  
 
 Work is Done Charging a Capacitor 
15:28  
 
 Solve For That 
15:55  
 
Field Energy Density 
18:09  
 
 Amount of Energy Stored Between the Plates of a Capacitor 
18:11  
 
 Example 
18:25  
 
Dielectrics 
20:44  
 
 Insulating Materials Place Between Plates of Capacitor to Increase The Devices' Capacitance 
20:47  
 
 Electric Field is Weakened 
21:00  
 
 The Greater the Amount of Polarization The Greater the Reduction in Electric Field Strength 
21:58  
 
Dielectric Constant (K) 
22:30  
 
 Formula 
23:00  
 
 Net Electric Field 
23:35  
 
 Key Take Away Point 
23:50  
 
Example 4 
24:00  
 
Example 5 
25:50  
 
Example 6 
26:50  
 
Example 7 
28:53  
 
Example 8 
30:57  
 
Example 9 
32:55  
 
Example 10 
34:59  
 
Example 11 
37:35  
 
Example 12 
39:57  
II. Current Electricity 

Current & Resistance 
17:59 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Electric Current 
0:44  
 
 Flow Rate of Electric Charge 
0:45  
 
 Amperes 
0:49  
 
 Positive Current Flow 
1:01  
 
 Current Formula 
1:19  
 
Drift Velocity 
1:35  
 
 Constant Thermal Motion 
1:39  
 
 Net Electron Flow 
1:43  
 
 When Electric Field is Applied 
1:49  
 
 Electron Drift Velocity 
1:55  
 
Derivation of Current Flow 
2:12  
 
 Apply Electric Field E 
2:20  
 
 Define N as the Volume Density of Charge Carriers 
2:27  
 
Current Density 
4:33  
 
 Current Per Area 
4:36  
 
 Formula 
4:44  
 
Resistance 
5:14  
 
 Ratio of the Potential Drop Across an Object to the Current Flowing Through the Object 
5:19  
 
 Ohmic Materials Follow Ohm's Law 
5:23  
 
Resistance of a Wire 
6:05  
 
 Depends on Resistivity 
6:09  
 
 Resistivity Relates to the Ability of a Material to Resist the Flow of Electrons 
6:25  
 
Refining Ohm's Law 
7:22  
 
Conversion of Electric Energy to Thermal Energy 
8:23  
 
Example 1 
9:54  
 
Example 2 
10:54  
 
Example 3 
11:26  
 
Example 4 
14:41  
 
Example 5 
15:24  

Circuits I: Series Circuits 
29:08 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Ohm's Law Revisited 
0:39  
 
 Relates Resistance, Potential Difference, and Current Flow 
0:39  
 
 Formula 
0:44  
 
Example 1 
1:09  
 
Example 2 
1:44  
 
Example 3 
2:15  
 
Example 4 
2:56  
 
Electrical Power 
3:26  
 
 Transfer of Energy Into Different Types 
3:28  
 
 Light Bulb 
3:37  
 
 Television 
3:41  
 
Example 5 
3:49  
 
Example 6 
4:27  
 
Example 7 
5:12  
 
Electrical Circuits 
5:42  
 
 ClosedLoop Path Which Current Can Flow 
5:43  
 
 Typically Comprised of Electrical Devices 
5:52  
 
 Conventional Current Flows from High Potential to Low Potential 
6:04  
 
Circuit Schematics 
6:26  
 
 Threedimensional Electrical Circuits 
6:37  
 
 Source of Potential Difference Required for Current to Flow 
7:29  
 
Complete Conducting Paths 
7:42  
 
 Current Only Flows in Complete Paths 
7:43  
 
 Left Image 
7:46  
 
 Right Image 
7:56  
 
Voltmeters 
8:25  
 
 Measure the Potential Difference Between Two Points in a Circuit 
8:29  
 
 Can Remove Voltmeter from Circuit Without Breaking the Circuit 
8:47  
 
 Very High Resistance 
8:53  
 
Ammeters 
9:31  
 
 Measure the Current Flowing Through an Element of a Circuit 
9:32  
 
 Very Low Resistance 
9:46  
 
 Put Ammeter in Correctly 
10:00  
 
Example 8 
10:24  
 
Example 9 
11:39  
 
Example 10 
12:59  
 
Example 11 
13:16  
 
Series Circuits 
13:46  
 
 Single Current Path 
13:49  
 
 Removal of Any Circuit Element Causes an Open Circuit 
13:54  
 
Kirchhoff's Laws 
15:48  
 
 Utilized in Analyzing Circuits 
15:54  
 
 Kirchhoff's Current Law 
15:58  
 
 Junction Rule 
16:02  
 
 Kirchhoff's Voltage Law 
16:30  
 
 Loop Rule 
16:49  
 
Example 12 
16:58  
 
Example 13 
17:32  
 
Basic Series Circuit Analysis 
18:36  
 
Example 14 
22:06  
 
Example 15 
22:29  
 
Example 16 
24:02  
 
Example 17 
26:47  

Circuits II: Parallel Circuits 
39:09 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:16  
 
Parallel Circuits 
0:38  
 
 Multiple Current Paths 
0:40  
 
 Removal of a Circuit Element May Allow Other Branches of the Circuit to Continue Operating 
0:44  
 
 Draw a Simple Parallel Circuit 
1:02  
 
Basic Parallel Circuit Analysis 
3:06  
 
Example 1 
5:58  
 
Example 2 
8:14  
 
Example 3 
9:05  
 
Example 4 
11:56  
 
Combination SeriesParallel Circuits 
14:08  
 
 Circuit Doesn't Have to be Completely Serial or Parallel 
14:10  
 
 Look for Portions of the Circuit With Parallel Elements 
14:15  
 
 Lead to Systems of Equations to Solve 
14:42  
 
Analysis of a Combination Circuit 
14:51  
 
Example 5 
20:23  
 
Batteries 
28:49  
 
 Electromotive Force 
28:50  
 
 Pump for Charge 
29:04  
 
 Ideal Batteries Have No Resistance 
29:10  
 
 Real Batteries and Internal Resistance 
29:20  
 
 Terminal Voltage in Real Batteries 
29:33  
 
Ideal Battery 
29:50  
 
Real Battery 
30:25  
 
Example 6 
31:10  
 
Example 7 
33:23  
 
Example 8 
35:49  
 
Example 9 
38:43  

RC Circuits: Steady State 
34:03 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:17  
 
Capacitors in Parallel 
0:51  
 
 Store Charge on Plates 
0:52  
 
 Can Be Replaced with an Equivalent Capacitor 
0:56  
 
Capacitors in Series 
1:12  
 
 Must Be the Same 
1:13  
 
 Can Be Replaced with an Equivalent Capacitor 
1:15  
 
RC Circuits 
1:30  
 
 Comprised of a Source of Potential Difference, a Resistor Network, and Capacitor 
1:31  
 
 RC Circuits from the SteadyState Perspective 
1:37  
 
 Key to Understanding RC Circuit Performance 
1:48  
 
Charging an RC Circuit 
2:08  
 
Discharging an RC Circuit 
6:18  
 
The Time Constant 
8:49  
 
 Time Constant 
8:58  
 
 By 5 Time Constant 
9:19  
 
Example 1 
9:45  
 
Example 2 
13:27  
 
Example 3 
16:35  
 
Example 4 
18:03  
 
Example 5 
19:39  
 
Example 6 
26:14  

RC Circuits: Transient Analysis 
1:01:07 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:13  
 
Charging an RC Circuit 
1:11  
 
 Basic RC Circuit 
1:15  
 
 Graph of Current Circuit 
1:29  
 
 Graph of Charge 
2:17  
 
 Graph of Voltage 
2:34  
 
 Mathematically Describe the Charts 
2:56  
 
Discharging an RC Circuit 
13:29  
 
 Graph of Current 
13:47  
 
 Graph of Charge 
14:08  
 
 Graph of Voltage 
14:15  
 
 Mathematically Describe the Charts 
14:30  
 
The Time Constant 
20:03  
 
 Time Constant 
20:04  
 
 By 5 Time Constant 
20:14  
 
Example 1 
20:39  
 
Example 2 
28:53  
 
Example 3 
27:02  
 
Example 4 
44:29  
 
Example 5 
55:24  
III. Magnetism 

Magnets 
8:38 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Magnetism 
0:35  
 
 Force Caused by Moving Charges 
0:36  
 
 Dipoles 
0:40  
 
 Like Poles Repel, Opposite Poles Attract 
0:53  
 
 Magnetic Domains 
0:58  
 
 Random Domains 
1:04  
 
 Net Magnetic Field 
1:26  
 
Example 1 
1:40  
 
Magnetic Fields 
2:03  
 
 Magnetic Field Strength 
2:04  
 
 Magnets are Polarized 
2:16  
 
Magnetic Field Lines 
2:53  
 
 Show the Direction the North Pole of a Magnet Would Tend to Point if Placed on The Field 
2:54  
 
 Direction 
3:25  
 
 Magnetic Flux 
3:41  
 
The Compass 
4:05  
 
 Earth is a Giant Magnet 
4:07  
 
 Earth's Magnetic North Pole 
4:10  
 
 Compass Lines Up with the Net Magnetic Field 
4:48  
 
Magnetic Permeability 
5:00  
 
 Ratio of the magnetic Field Strength Induced in a Material to the Magnetic Field Strength of the Inducing Field 
5:01  
 
 Free Space 
5:13  
 
 Permeability of Matter 
5:41  
 
 Highly Magnetic Materials 
5:47  
 
Magnetic Dipole Moment 
5:54  
 
 The Force That a Magnet Can Exert on Moving Charges 
5:59  
 
 Relative Strength of a Magnet 
6:04  
 
Example 2 
6:26  
 
Example 3 
6:52  
 
Example 4 
7:32  
 
Example 5 
7:57  

Moving Charges In Magnetic Fields 
29:07 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Magnetic Fields 
0:57  
 
 Vector Quantity 
0:59  
 
 Tesla 
1:08  
 
 Gauss 
1:14  
 
Forces on Moving Charges 
1:30  
 
 Magnetic Force is Always Perpendicular to the Charged Objects Velocity 
1:31  
 
 Magnetic Force Formula 
2:04  
 
 Magnitude of That 
2:20  
 
 Image 
2:29  
 
Direction of the Magnetic Force 
3:54  
 
 RightHand Rule 
3:57  
 
 Electron of Negative Charge 
4:04  
 
Example 1 
4:51  
 
Example 2 
6:58  
 
Path of Charged Particles in B Fields 
8:07  
 
 Magnetic Force Cannot Perform Work on a Moving Charge 
8:08  
 
 Magnetic Force Can Change Its Direction 
8:11  
 
Total Force on a Moving Charged Particle 
9:40  
 
 E Field 
9:50  
 
 B Field 
9:54  
 
 Lorentz Force 
9:57  
 
Velocity Selector 
10:33  
 
 Charged Particle in Crosses E and B Fields Can Undergo Constant Velocity Motion 
10:37  
 
 Particle Can Travel Through the Selector Without Any Deflection 
10:49  
 
Mass Spectrometer 
12:21  
 
 Magnetic Fields Accelerate Moving Charges So That They Travel in a Circle 
12:26  
 
 Used to Determine the Mass of An Unknown Particle 
12:32  
 
Example 3 
13:11  
 
Example 4 
15:01  
 
Example 5 
16:44  
 
Example 6 
17:33  
 
Example 7 
19:12  
 
Example 8 
19:50  
 
Example 9 
24:02  
 
Example 10 
25:21  

Forces on CurrentCarrying Wires 
17:52 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Forces on CurrentCarrying Wires 
0:42  
 
 Moving Charges in Magnetic Fields Experience Forces 
0:45  
 
 Current in a Wire is Just Flow of Charges 
0:49  
 
Direction of Force Given by RHR 
4:04  
 
Example 1 
4:22  
 
Electric Motors 
5:59  
 
Example 2 
8:14  
 
Example 3 
8:53  
 
Example 4 
10:09  
 
Example 5 
11:04  
 
Example 6 
12:03  

Magnetic Fields Due to CurrentCarrying Wires 
24:43 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Force on a CurrentCarrying Wire 
0:38  
 
 Magnetic Fields Cause a Force on Moving Charges 
0:40  
 
 Current Carrying Wires 
0:44  
 
 How to Find the Force 
0:55  
 
 Direction Given by the Right Hand Rule 
1:04  
 
Example 1 
1:17  
 
Example 2 
2:26  
 
Magnetic Field Due to a CurrentCarrying Wire 
4:20  
 
 Moving Charges Create Magnetic Fields 
4:24  
 
 CurrentCarrying Wires Carry Moving Charges 
4:27  
 
 Right Hand Rule 
4:32  
 
 Multiple Wires 
4:51  
 
 CurrentCarrying Wires Can Exert Forces Upon Each Other 
4:58  
 
 First Right Hand Rule 
5:15  
 
Example 3 
6:46  
 
Force Between Parallel Current Carrying Wires 
8:01  
 
 Right Hand Rules to Determine Force Between Parallel Current Carrying Wires 
8:03  
 
 Find Magnetic Field Due to First Wire, Then Find Direction of Force on 2nd Wire 
8:08  
 
 Example 
8:20  
 
Gauss's Law for Magnetism 
9:26  
 
Example 4 
10:35  
 
Example 5 
12:57  
 
Example 6 
14:19  
 
Example 7 
16:50  
 
Example 8 
18:15  
 
Example 9 
18:43  

The BiotSavart Law 
21:50 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:07  
 
BiotSavart Law 
0:24  
 
 Brute Force Method 
0:49  
 
 Draw It Out 
0:54  
 
 Diagram 
1:35  
 
Example 1 
3:43  
 
Example 2 
7:02  
 
Example 3 
14:31  

Ampere's Law 
26:31 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:07  
 
Ampere's Law 
0:27  
 
 Finds the Magnetic Field Due to Current Flowing in a Wire in Situations of Planar and Cylindrical Symmetry 
0:30  
 
 Formula 
0:40  
 
 Example 
1:00  
 
Example 1 
2:19  
 
Example 2 
4:08  
 
Example 3 
6:23  
 
Example 4 
8:06  
 
Example 5 
11:43  
 
Example 6 
13:40  
 
Example 7 
17:54  

Magnetic Flux 
7:24 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:07  
 
Magnetic Flux 
0:31  
 
 Amount of Magnetic Field Penetrating a Surface 
0:32  
 
 Webers 
0:42  
 
 Flux 
1:07  
 
 Total Magnetic Flux 
1:27  
 
Magnetic Flux Through Closed Surfaces 
1:51  
 
Gauss's Law for Magnetism 
2:20  
 
 Total Flux Magnetic Flux Through Any Closed Surface is Zero 
2:23  
 
 Formula 
2:45  
 
Example 1 
3:02  
 
Example 2 
4:26  

Faraday's Law & Lenz's Law 
1:04:33 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Faraday's Law 
0:44  
 
 Faraday's Law 
0:46  
 
 Direction of the Induced Current is Given by Lenz's Law 
1:09  
 
 Formula 
1:15  
 
 Lenz's Law 
1:49  
 
Lenz's Law 
2:14  
 
 Lenz's Law 
2:16  
 
 Example 
2:30  
 
Applying Lenz's Law 
4:09  
 
 If B is Increasing 
4:13  
 
 If B is Decreasing 
4:30  
 
Maxwell's Equations 
4:55  
 
 Gauss's Law 
4:59  
 
 Gauss's Law for Magnetism 
5:16  
 
 Ampere's Law 
5:26  
 
 Faraday's Law 
5:39  
 
Example 1 
6:14  
 
Example 2 
9:36  
 
Example 3 
11:12  
 
Example 4 
19:33  
 
Example 5 
26:06  
 
Example 6 
31:55  
 
Example 7 
42:32  
 
Example 8 
48:08  
 
Example 9 
55:50  
IV. Inductance, RL Circuits, and LC Circuits 

Inductance 
6:41 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
Self Inductance 
0:25  
 
 Ability of a Circuit to Oppose the Magnetic Flux That is Produced by the Circuit Itself 
0:27  
 
 Changing Magnetic Field Creates an Induced EMF That Fights the Change 
0:37  
 
 Henrys 
0:44  
 
 Function of the Circuit's Geometry 
0:53  
 
Calculating Self Inductance 
1:10  
 
Example 1 
3:40  
 
Example 2 
5:23  

RL Circuits 
42:17 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:11  
 
Inductors in Circuits 
0:49  
 
 Inductor Opposes Current Flow and Acts Like an Open Circuit When Circuit is First Turned On 
0:52  
 
 Inductor Keeps Current Going and Acts as a Short 
1:04  
 
 If the Battery is Removed After a Long Time 
1:16  
 
 Resister Dissipates Power, Current Will Decay 
1:36  
 
Current in RL Circuits 
2:00  
 
 Define the Diagram 
2:03  
 
 Mathematically Solve 
3:07  
 
Voltage in RL Circuits 
7:51  
 
 Voltage Formula 
7:52  
 
 Solve 
8:17  
 
Rate of Change of Current in RL Circuits 
9:42  
 
Current and Voltage Graphs 
10:54  
 
 Current Graph 
10:57  
 
 Voltage Graph 
11:34  
 
Example 1 
12:25  
 
Example 2 
23:44  
 
Example 3 
34:44  

LC Circuits 
9:47 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:08  
 
LC Circuits 
0:30  
 
 Assume Capacitor is Fully Charged When Circuit is First Turned On 
0:38  
 
 Interplay of Capacitor and Inductor Creates an Oscillating System 
0:42  
 
Charge in LC Circuit 
0:57  
 
Current and Potential in LC Circuits 
7:14  
 
Graphs of LC Circuits 
8:27  
V. Maxwell's Equations 

Maxwell's Equations 
3:38 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
Objectives 
0:07  
 
Maxwell's Equations 
0:19  
 
 Gauss's Law 
0:20  
 
 Gauss's Law for Magnetism 
0:44  
 
 Faraday's Law 
1:00  
 
 Ampere's Law 
1:18  
 
Revising Ampere's Law 
1:49  
 
 Allows Us to Calculate the Magnetic Field Due to an Electric Current 
1:50  
 
 Changing Electric Field Produces a Magnetic Field 
1:58  
 
 Conduction Current 
2:33  
 
 Displacement Current 
2:44  
 
Maxwell's Equations (Complete) 
2:58  
VI. Sample AP Exams 

1998 AP Practice Exam: Multiple Choice Questions 
32:33 
 
Intro 
0:00  
 
1998 AP Practice Exam Link 
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Multiple Choice 36 
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Multiple Choice 37 
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Multiple Choice 38 
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Multiple Choice 39 
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Multiple Choice 40 
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Multiple Choice 41 
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Multiple Choice 42 
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Multiple Choice 43 
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Multiple Choice 44 
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Multiple Choice 45 
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Multiple Choice 46 
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Multiple Choice 47 
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Multiple Choice 48 
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Multiple Choice 49 
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Multiple Choice 50 
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Multiple Choice 51 
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Multiple Choice 52 
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Multiple Choice 53 
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Multiple Choice 54 
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Multiple Choice 55 
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Multiple Choice 56 
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Multiple Choice 57 
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Multiple Choice 58 
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Multiple Choice 59 
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Multiple Choice 60 
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Multiple Choice 61 
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Multiple Choice 62 
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Multiple Choice 63 
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Multiple Choice 64 
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Multiple Choice 65 
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Multiple Choice 66 
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Multiple Choice 67 
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Multiple Choice 68 
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Multiple Choice 69 
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Multiple Choice 70 
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1998 AP Practice Exam: Free Response Questions 
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Intro 
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1998 AP Practice Exam Link 
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Free Response 1 
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Free Response 2 
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Free Response 3 
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