## Physics II

Introduction: elements of vector analysis, complex numbers. Static Electricity (Laws Coulomb, Gauss): electric field, dynamic, detailed calculation of the potential and the intensity of the electric field distributions of simple geometric load, capacity, dipoles, dispatching energy, electric field as a carrier of electricity. Dielectric: electric displacement, dielectric polarization, power density in a dielectric, piezoelectricity. Thermoelectric Phenomena. Study Circuits Direct Current (Law Ohm, Rules Kirchhoff). Mechanisms Conductivity Solid and Fluid: conductors, insulators, semiconductors, conductivity temperature dependence - superconductivity, conductivity dependence of factors. Electrodynamics (Laws Ampere, Biot-Savart, Faraday): magnetic field, detailed magnetic field strength calculation provisions merely carrying conductors, Lorentz force, induction, magnetic materials, alternating currents, study AC circuits with complex. Structure of matter: atomic structure and spectra, the interaction between matter and radiation, structure of the nucleus, radioactivity, fission and fusion. Dosimetry.

### Objectives

After successful completion of the course students should - Understand the Coulomb law, Gauss, Ohm, Ampere, Biot-Savart, and Faraday and its applications. - To understand the behavior of matter in magnetic and electric fields. - To analytically calculate the electric field of simple geometric load distributions. - To analytically calculate the magnetic field of simple geometric devices carrying conductors. - Simply solve DC and AC circuits. - Have basic knowledge about the behavior of elementary particles and their interaction with radiation. - Have basic knowledge Dosimetry.

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### Syllabus

Introduction: elements of vector analysis, complex numbers. Static Electricity (Laws Coulomb, Gauss): electric field, dynamic, detailed calculation of the potential and the intensity of the electric field distributions of simple geometric load, capacity, dipoles, dispatching energy, electric field as a carrier of electricity. Dielectric: electric displacement, dielectric polarization, power density in a dielectric, piezoelectricity. Thermoelectric Phenomena. Study Circuits Direct Current (Law Ohm, Rules Kirchhoff). Mechanisms Conductivity Solid and Fluid: conductors, insulators, semiconductors, conductivity temperature dependence - superconductivity, conductivity dependence of factors. Electrodynamics (Laws Ampere, Biot-Savart, Faraday): magnetic field, detailed magnetic field strength calculation provisions merely carrying conductors, Lorentz force, induction, magnetic materials, alternating currents, study AC circuits with complex. Structure of matter: atomic structure and spectra, the interaction between matter and radiation, structure of the nucleus, radioactivity, fission and fusion. Dosimetry.

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