# Textbook Notes for PHYS 142 at McGill University

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## PHYS 142 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Farad, Nanosecond

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Phys 142: electromagnetism and optics - lecture 11: capacitance and capacitors part 1. The figure shows two plates just after they. The figure shows a
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## PHYS 142 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Equipotential, Electric Field

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Phys 142: electromagnetism and optics - lecture 10: potential and field part 2. The figure shows two points i and f separated by a small distance s. Th
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## PHYS 142 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Internal Resistance, Ammeter

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Phys 142: electromagnetism and optics - lecture 18: circuits part 2. The total potential difference between two resistors r1 and r2 connected in series
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## PHYS 142 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Ampere, Electric Light, Electric Current

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Phys 142: electromagnetism and optics - lecture 15: the electric current part 2. If q is the total amount of charge that has moved past a point in a wi
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## PHYS 142 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Valence Electron, Number Density

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Phys 142: electromagnetism and optics - lecture 14: the electric current part 1. As the capacitor is discharging, there is a current in the wire. When
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## PHYS 142 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Dielectric, Heat Capacity, Electrical Energy

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Phys 142: electromagnetism and optics - lecture 13: capacitance and capacitors part 3. A capacitor can be charged slowly but then can release the energ
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## PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Wax Paper, Electrolytic Capacitor, Dielectric

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A combination of two conductors is called a capacitor. If the conductors carry charges of equal magnitude and opposite sign, a potential difference exi
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## PHYS 142 Chapter 27: chapter 27

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## PHYS 142 Chapter 29: ch 29

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## PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Test Particle, Robert Andrews Millikan, Electric Potential Energy

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25. 1: electric potential and potential difference: electric potential. Change in the electric potential energy of a system. We often take the value of
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## PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Electric Flux, Electric Field, Surface Charge

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The product of the electric field e and surface area a perpendicular to the field is called the electric flux. Electric flux is proportional to the num
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## PHYS 142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Test Particle, Electric Field, International System Of Units

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23. 1 properties of electric charges: electric charges. Charges of the same sign repel one another and charges with opposite signs attract one another.
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## PHYS 142 Chapter 31: ch 31

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