## Physics II

This course is aimed at undergraduate students of NTUA and aim is the contact of students with the basic concepts and laws governing the phenomena of static electricity and magnetism, analogies and differences in and and classical experiments They revealed them, the basic concepts and laws governing the phenomena of dynamic power and the classic experiments that revealed them. As well as the basic concepts and laws governing the phenomena of electromagnetism and classical experiments revealed and their practical applications in everyday life and industry of electrostatic, magnetostatic and electromagnetic phenomena. During the course the student has to develop and consolidate the ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic concepts and laws related to the phenomena of static electricity and magnetism, electromagnetism and optics. Be able to interpret the causes of phenomena of everyday life associated with static electricity and magnetism and electromagnetism but also can find to solve complex problems, either purely theoretical or emerging from everyday experience.

### Objectives

Student familiarization with the general principles of the course like Electric field, Electrostatic fields in vacuum (N. Coulomb, N. Gaussian, Resources), Electrostatic fields in Matter (presence of conductors, insulators presence, Electric Duplexes) electric potential. Maxwell's equations and E / M waves. Geometrical Optics: reflection, refraction, mirrors, prisms, lenses, optical instruments (eye, camera, telescopes, discrete optical instrument rating). Wave Optics: dissipation, refraction, reflection.

### Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of vector calculus, Functions of two and three variables.

### Syllabus

Electric field, Electrostatic fields in vacuum (N. Coulomb, B. Gauss, Resources), Electrostatic fields in Matter (presence of conductors, insulators presence, Electric Duplexes), magnetic field, Magnetostatic fields (N. Biot-Savart, N. Ampere) , magnetic dipole, interaction of electric and magnetic field. Maxwell's equations and E / M waves. Geometrical Optics: reflection, refraction, mirrors, prisms, lenses, optical instruments (eye, camera, telescopes, discrete optical instrument rating). light sources and optical radiation detectors (radiometry and photometry, black body emitting LEDs, detectors). Wave Optics: dissipation, refraction, reflection, polarization, superposition, interference, diffraction, wave Agreement. Interferometry, interferometric techniques.

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