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PHY-122 | Electricity and Magnetism

F.Y.B.Sc. | Sem II | Paper II | Physics

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F.Y.B.Sc. | Sem II | PHY-122
Electricity and Magnetism

We are very happy to hand over this text book of F.Y.B.Sc. Electricity and Magnetism to F.Y.B.Sc. students. This book has been presented to you according to the revised syllabus of Savitribai Phule Pune University implemented from June 2019.
An attempt is made to give more emphasis on essential modern concepts in physics. The concepts are illustrated and elaborated with necessary examples. Sufficient exercise is given at the end of each of each topic for the practice of the students.

1. Electrostatics 
1.1 Revision of Coulomb’s Law: 1.1.1 Statement, 1.1.2 Variation of forces with distances 1.2 Superposition Principle: 1.2.1 Statement 1.2.2 Explanation with illustration 1.3 Energy of system of charges 1.4 Concept of electric field 1.4.1 Due to point charge 1.4.2 Due to group charges 1.5 Concept of electric flux 1.6 Gauss’s law in electrostatics. Problems, Exercise.

2. Dielectrics 
2.1 Introduction to Dielectric Materials 2.2 Electric Dipole: 2.2.1 Electric Dipole 2.2.2 Dipole Moment 2.3 Electric Potential and Intensity at any point due to dipole 2.4 Torque on a dipole placed in an electric field. 2.5 Polar and non-polar molecules 2.6 Electric Polarization of dielectric Material 2.7 Gauss’s law in dielectric 2.8 Electric vector and its relation. Problems, Exercise.

3. Magnetization 
3.1 Introduction to Magnetization 3.2 Magnetic Materials 3.3 Types of Magnetic Materials 3.3.1 Diamagnetic Materials 3.3.2 Paramagnetic Materials 3.3.3 Ferromagnetic Materials 3.3.4 Antiferromagnetic Materials 3.4 Bohr Magnetron. Exercise.

4. Magnetostatics 
4.1 Introduction to Magnetization 4.2 Magnetic Induction and Intensity of Magnetization 4.3 Biot-Savart’s Law: 4.3.1 Statement 4.3.2 Long Straight Conductor 4.3.3 Circular Coil 4.4 Ampere’s Circuital Law:
4.4.1 Statement, 4.4.2 Field of Solenoid 4.4.3 Field of Toroid 4.5 Gauss law for Magnetism. Problems, Exercise.

5. Magnetic Properties of Materials 
5.1 Magnetic Properties of Materials: 5.1.1 Magnetization () 5.1.2 Magnetic Intensity (H) 5.1.3 Magnetic Induction (B) 5.1.4 Magnetic Susceptibility 5.1.5 Magnetic Permeability 5.2 Relation between B, M and H. 5.3 Hysteresis and Hysteresis Curve 5.4 Ferrite Materials and its Applications. Problems, Exercise.


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