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Statement of all four of Maxwell's Equations in completed form.
Statement of the second of Maxwell's Equations, that there is no net magnetic flux through a closed surface.
Definition, motivated by trying to find the magnetic field near a charging capacitor using Ampere's Law.
Finding the magnetic field around a charging capacitor using the modified form of Ampere's Law.
Using Maxwell-Ampere's Law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field anywhere between the plates of a charging capacitor.
Further discussion of Maxwell's discovery of displacement current, as well as his successful prediction of radio waves before their existence was proven by Hertz.
Inconsistency in Ampere's Law leads to new term; calculation of displacement current; application to RC circuit; complete Maxwell's Equations.
Solutions of E-field and B-field wave equations in vacuum.
Proof that light is an EM wave; connection with SI units; measuring c.
Maxwell's four equations in complete form.
Introduces the displacement current in the context of Ampere's Law in a charging capacitor, and states the Ampere-Maxwell Law.
States Gauss's Law for magnetic field by analogy with Gauss's Law for electric field, using the non-existence of magnetic monopoles.
Lists all of Maxwell's Equations together in both integral and differential forms; also derives the speed of light from Maxwell's Equations in vacuum.
A thick wire with a narrow cut builds up charge; find the electric and magnetic fields between the ends of the wire. Solution is included after problem.
Find the electric and magnetic fields over time and the voltage at a point within a charging capacitor; use these to find the total stored energy. Solution is included after problem.
Given the electric field of a plane electromagnetic wave, find its propagation direction and the corresponding magnetic field. Solution is included after problem.
Characterize the circulation of magnetic field on an Amperian loop within a charging or discharging capacitor.
Find the electric component of an electromagnetic plane wave consistent with the given magnetic component; and vice versa.
How do you know sound is not an EM wave?
4-part problem; finding direction, λ of wave; deciding whether it can be sound or EM.