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SPRING 2016 PHYS 1112 (as of Jan. 11/2016)
SPRING 2016 Department of Physics & Astronomy, UGA
PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics - Electricity and Magnetism, Optics (as of Jan. 11/2016)
The course syllabus is a general plan for the course; deviations announced to the class by the instructor may be necessary.
Course
Description:
Oasis Title:
Prerequisite:
Grading System:
Instructor:
Office:
Email:
Web & Slides:
Sections:
Office hours:
Text:
Clickers:
Academic Honesty:
In-class rules:
Attendance policy:
Labs:
Lab syllabus:
LON-CAPA
Homework:
The continuation of Introductory Physics. Electricity and electric circuits,
magnetism, geometric and wave optics.
INTRO PHYS ELEC
PHYS 1111-1111L or PHYS 1211-1211L
A-F (Traditional)
Dr. Andrei Galiautdinov
Physics 220 (Phone: 706-583-8224)
[email protected]
http://www.physast.uga.edu/ag/
27144
09:30a - 10:45a (TTH)
12:15p - 01:30p TTH
Physics, vol. 2, 4th Edition (3rd & 2nd OK), James S. Walker (Pearson AddisonWesley)
None
As a University of Georgia student, you have agreed to abide by the
University’s academic honesty policy, “A Culture of Honesty,” and the
Student Honor Code. All academic work must meet the standards described in
“A Culture of Honesty” found at: www.uga.edu/honesty. Lack of knowledge of
the academic honesty policy is not a reasonable explanation for a violation.
Questions related to course assignments and the academic honesty policy
should be directed to the instructor.
 No laptops, pagers, cellphones, iPads, iPods, or any other
electronic/communication devices are permitted in the classroom.
 If you are late for class, you must enter in the back of the room.
Optional
 Labs begin the second week of classes, Jan. 18 – 22.
 Attendance mandatory.
 Students who are not assigned a lab grade due to non-attendance will
automatically receive a failing grade (“F”) for the course.
 May be found here: http://www.physast.uga.edu/courses
Your homework assignments will be posted and automatically graded on
LON-CAPA*, http://spock.physast.uga.edu
*Users will be added after the drop/add period ends. After that, it will be your
responsibility to keep track of the HMWK deadlines.
In case you can’t log
into LON-CAPA:
Read the "Log-in Help" link on the main login page, and/or the "Student
FAQ". There are several possible causes outlined on those pages, including:

Is your UGA password expired? Check to see whether you can log in to eLC
or DegreeWorks or Athena. Sometimes UGA servers expire student
passwords for some services and not others. Therefore, your first step should
almost always be to reset your UGA password on myid.uga.edu.
 Have you tried quitting your browser and restarting it? Have you tried a
different browser (Chrome vs. Firefox, for example)? Have you tried a
different computer?
 Disabling browser add-ons and extensions sometimes helps. There are some
add-ons that don't always play well with login pages.
LON-CAPA
Homework rules:
Exams:
Midterm exam rules:
Incompletes:
Grading policy:
 No make-ups.
 Collaboration OK.
 There will be three (3) midterm exams on selected chapters, and one
(1) final optional cumulative exam.
 No make-ups or re-scheduling permitted.
 One (1) standard sheet containing anything you want (e.g., physical
constants, formulae, diagrams, problem solutions, etc.), all
handwritten. You may write on both sides.
 A simple (non-graphing, non-symbolic, non-programmable) scientific
calculator. No other electronic device(s) permitted.
I rarely assign “Incompletes.” When I do*, it is in accordance with the UGA
policy, provided all of the following applies:
 You received a non-failing grade in all attempted labs (> 70%);
 You received a non-failing grade (> 70%) on at least two midterm
exams;
 No violation of the Academic Honesty Policy took place in the course
of the semester.
*You must remove the “I’’ by the end of the semester subsequent to its assignment.
15% HMWK (no make-up; must be completed on LON-CAPA before the deadline)
25% LABS (attendance mandatory; see above for details)
20% EXAM 1 (no partial credit; no re-scheduling)
20% EXAM 2 (no partial credit; no re-scheduling)
20% EXAM 3 (no partial credit; no re-scheduling)
20% EXAM 4 (final, optional, cumulative; no partial credit; no re-scheduling)
Cut-offs:
The worst of the four exam grades will be dropped.
__________________________________________________________
100% TOTAL = 15% HMWK + 25% LABS + 60% EXAMS
F: [0, 60)
D: [60, 68)
C-: [68, 70) C: [70, 75) C+: [75, 78 )
B-: [78, 80) B: [80, 85) B+: [85, 88)
A-: [88, 90) A: [90, 100]
NOTE: No rounding; 89.99 = A-, etc.
Grades:
How to do well in this
class:
Tutors:
Your grades will be posted on eLC-New, http://elcnew.uga.edu
1. Read each chapter before it is discussed in class.
2. Attend every lecture.
3. Participate actively in discussions.
4. Re-read chapter carefully after class.
5. Do assigned homework.
6. Solve as many end-of-chapter problems as possible.
7. Concepts first. Do NOT plug-and-chug.
8. Use a buddy system: find a friend with whom to discuss physics.
9. Think about physics on a regular basis.
10. If everything fails, consider dropping the class before the deadline and
re-taking it at a later time.
Tutors are available either for free through the UGA Tutoring Program at
Milledge Hall, http://tutor.uga.edu, or for pay through the Physics Department,
http://www.physast.uga.edu/tutors.
NOTE: In physics, learning can be frustrating and nonlinear. Often you have to work for a long time
(many days and even weeks) without feeling that you are making much progress. Then, suddenly,
everything falls into place and it all makes sense. But until the “click,” you can’t be sure how much
time you need to “get it” and it’s difficult to plan…
As you solve a physics problem, stop and ask yourself:
What (exactly) are you doing? Why are you doing it? How does it help you?
Spring 2016 Schedule
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Date
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Jan. 27
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Feb. 01
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Feb. 29
Mar. 01
Reading
Topic
26.1-2
Intro to this course; 6 Principles of GO
GO: Reflection, plane mirrors
26.3-4
GO: Spherical mirrors, ray tracing, mirror equation
26.3-4
MLK Day
GO: Spherical mirrors, ray tracing, mirror equation (cont.)
26.5
GO: Refraction & total internal reflection
26.6-7
GO: Ray tracing for lenses; thin lens equation
26.6-7
GO: Ray tracing for lenses; thin lens equation (cont.)
27.1-2
OI: Human eye, camera, corrective optics
27.1-2
OI: Human eye, camera, corrective optics (cont.)
27.3-5
OI: Magnifying glass, microscope, telescope
28.1-2
WO: Superposition & interference; Two-slit experiment
28.4,6
WO: Single-slit diffraction; diffraction gratings; spectrometers
EXAM 1 (Chapters 26, 27, 28, 19.1-3)
19.1-3
EF: Electric charge; insulators & conductors; Coulomb's Law
19.4-6
EF: Electric field; field lines; capacitor; shielding & charging by induction
20.1-2
REVISITING: Energy, WkET & LCE
EP: Electric potential & energy; energy conservation
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Apr. 01
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20.3-4
20.5-6
EP: Electric potential of point charges; equipotential surfaces & E-field
EP: Capacitors & dielectrics; electric energy storage
Spring Break
21.1-3
DC: Electric current; Ohm's Law; Energy & power in electric circuits
21.4-5
DC: Simple circuits; resistors in series & parallel
EXAM 2 (Chapters 19.4-6, 20, 21)
Withdrawal deadline
22.1-2
22.3
MF: Magnetic field; magnetic force on moving charges
MF: Motion of charged particles in a magnetic field
22.4-5
MF: Magnetic force on current-carrying wire; loops & magnetic torque
22.6-8
MF: Ampere's Law; loops & solenoids; magnetism in matter
23.1
EMI: Induced e.m.f.
23.2-4
EMI: Magnetic flux; Faraday's Law; Lenz's Rule
23.5
23.6
EMI: Motional e.m.f.
EMI: Generators & Motors
23.7-8
EMI: Inductance; RL-Circuits
23.9-10
EMI: Energy stored in the magnetic field; Transformers
25.1-5
EMW: Electromagnetic waves; spectrum; Doppler’s effect; EMW
intensity; energy & momentum; polarization
EXAM 3 (Chapters 22, 23, 25)
Advising before Final (meeting in my office)
EXAM 4 (final): 8:00 - 11:00 am (optional, cumulative)
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Commencement
SUNDAY: Grades due (5 PM)
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