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Content Outline for Physics B and Physics C Content Area A. Kinematics B. Newton's laws of motion C. Work, energy, power D. Systems of particles, Linear momentum E. Circular motion and Rotation F. Oscillations and gravitation (35 %) (50 %) …….…….…… (9 %) (10 %) ………………….… (5 %) (7 %) … (4 %) (6 %) ……….…… (4 %) (9 %) ……….…..… (6 %) (9 %) I. Newtonian Mechanics ………………………….…… (7 %) (9 %)

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I1. Thermal Physics A. Temperature and heat B. Kinetic theory and thermodynamics (10 %) …….………..…… (3 %) ….… (7 %) Content Outline for Physics B and Physics C Content Area

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I1. Fluids A. Static fluids B. Fluid dynamics (5 %) …….…….……..…… (2 %) ……….………..… (3 %) Content Outline for Physics B and Physics C Content Area

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IV. Electricity and Magnetism A. Static Electricity B. Conductors, capacitors, dielectrics C. Electric circuits D. Magnetism E. Electromagnetic induction ……….……..…….….. (5 %) (15 %) (25 %) (50 %) ………...….... (5 %) (8 %) ……….………….…...…….. (4 %) (10 %) ……….………….....….. (7 %) (10 %) …….. (4 %) (7 %) Content Outline for Physics B and Physics C Content Area

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IV. Waves and Optics A. Wave motion B. Physical optics C. Geometric optics ………….…....… (5 %) ……………...… (5 %) …………....… (5 %) (15 %) Content Outline for Physics B and Physics C Content Area

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V. Atomic and Nuclear Physics A. Atomic physics and quantum effects B. Nuclear physics …....… (6 %) ………….……………....… (4 %) (10 %) Content Outline for Physics B and Physics C Content Area

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A. Kinematics Linear kinematics 2-Dimensional Motion

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B. Newton's laws of motion Newton’s second law Friction

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C. Work, energy, power Power Potential energy Kinetic energy Work

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D. Systems of particles, linear momentum Momentum Impulse

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E. Circular motion and Rotation Centripetal Acceleration Torque Rotational Kinematics Moment of Inertia Center of mass Angular momentum Rotational kinetic energy Rotational dynamics

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F. Oscillations and gravitation Restoring Force Elastic Potential Energy Period of pendulum Period of mass/spring Period and frequency Gravitational force Gravitational potential energy

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A. Temperature and heat Linear Expansion Latent Heat Heat and Temperature

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B. Kinetic theory and thermodynamics Pressure Gas law Kinetic energy Root- mean- square speed Work Molar heat First law of thermodynamics Internal energy Heat engine efficiency

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A. Static fluids Pressure and Depth

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B. Fluid dynamics Continuity equation Bernoulli’s equation

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A. Static Electricity Force Electric Field Electric potential energy Electric potential Gauss’s law Electric Field Electric potential energy

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B. Conductors, capacitors Electric current Electric field Capacitance Energy in capacitors Resistance Capacitors in series and parallel

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C. Electric circuits Resistors in series and parallel Ohm’s law Power

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D. Magnetism Magnetic force on a charge current Magnetic force on a charge current Magnetic Field of a current Magnetic Flux Magnetic Field of a solenoid Ampere’s law

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E. Electromagnetic induction Faraday’s law Motional emf Self-induced emf Energy stored in an inductor

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A. Wave motion Wave equation Index of refraction Snell’s law Critical angle

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B. Physical optics Constructive interference Bright fringe locations

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C. Geometric optics Thin-lens equation Image magnification Focal length of spherical mirror

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A. Atomic physics and quantum effects Energy of a photon Photoelectric equation De Broglie wavelength

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B. Nuclear physics Binding energy

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