Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism

Course Description

8.02 is a second-semester freshman physics class in electromagnetism. The website features lecture notes, problem sets with solutions, exams with solutions, links to related resources, and a complete set of videotaped lectures. The 36 video lectures on Electricity and Magnetism, by Professor Lewi... (read more)

Video Lectures

# Lecture Play Video
I. Electrostatics & Electric Fields
1 Coulomb's Law & Electric Force Play Video
2 Electric Field Play Video
3 Gauss's Law & Electric Flux Play Video
4 Electric Energy Play Video
5 Conductor & Electrostatic Shielding Play Video
6 High-Voltage Breakdown Play Video
II. Electric Circuits
7 Capacitance & Field Energy Play Video
8 Polarization & Dielectrics Play Video
9 Ohm's Law, Resistivity & Currents Play Video
10 Kirchhoff's Rule & Power Play Video
III. Magnetism
11 Magnetic Field & Lorentz Force Play Video
12 Review Exam 1 Play Video
13 Moving Charges in B-Fields Play Video
14 Biot-Savart Law Play Video
15 Ampere's Law & Solenoids Play Video
IV. Electromagnetic Induction
16 Faraday's Law & Lenz Law Play Video
17 Motional Electromotive Force Play Video
18 Displacement Current Play Video
19 Superconductivity and Levitating Bullet Trains Play Video
20 Inductance & Magnetic Field Energy Play Video
21 Dia-, Para- & Ferromagnetism Play Video
22 Maxwell's Equations Play Video
23 Review Exam 2 Play Video
V. Electromagnetic Waves
24 Transformers & RC Circuits Play Video
25 Resonance & Driven LRC Circuit Play Video
26 Traveling Waves & Standing Waves Play Video
27 Electromagnetic Waves and Radar and Lasers Play Video
28 Polarization & Oscillating Charges Play Video
29 Color and Reflection Play Video
30 Polarizers Play Video
31 Rainbows Play Video
32 Review Exam 3 Play Video
VI. Applications
33 Interferometers Play Video
34 Telescopes Play Video
35 Doppler Effect & The Big Bang Play Video
36 Astronomy Research at MIT Play Video
Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism
Professor Walter Lewin photographed during a demonstration bouncing a balloon (sprayed with conducting paint) between his head and a small Van de Graaff generator. This demonstration can be viewed on the video of Lecture #2. (Image courtesy of Markos Hankin, MIT Physics Department Lecture Demonstration Group.)
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Walter Lewin, 8.02 Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism, Spring 2002. (MIT OpenCourseWare: Massachusetts Institute of Technology), (Accessed August 07, 2008). License: Creative commons BY-NC-SA
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