Physics II

PHYSICS 192

Continuation of Physics 191. Calculus-based introduction to concepts, laws, and structure of physics. Topics include electromagnetic forces and fields, direct current circuits, capacitance and inductance, electromagnetic radiation, light, physical optics, interference and diffraction, early quantum theory, and nuclear physics. Two evening exams, at which attendance is required, are followed by a required final exam. Prerequisite: Physics 191, Physics 197, or Physics 117A; Calculus I (Math 131). Previous or concurrent enrollment in Calculus II (Math 132) is very strongly recommended. Combination of Physics 192 and 192L is a replacement for Physics 198. Students may not receive credit for more than one of Physics 118A, 198, and 192.
Course Attributes: BU SCI; AS NSM; AS AN

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Physics II
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Section 01

Physics II
INSTRUCTOR: Alford
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Section 02

Physics II
INSTRUCTOR: Zu
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Section 03

Physics II
INSTRUCTOR: Hynes
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Section 04

Physics II
INSTRUCTOR: Medeiros da Rosa
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Section 05

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INSTRUCTOR: Medeiros da Rosa
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Instructors

Anders E. Carlsson

Anders E. Carlsson

​Professor of Physics

aec@wustl.edu
Kathryn (Mairin) Hynes

Kathryn (Mairin) Hynes

Teaching Professor in Physics

kmhynes@wustl.edu
314-935-4495
Craig Lincoln

Craig Lincoln

Adjunct Lecturer in Physics

clincoln@wustl.edu