*Conducted in terms:*2019L, 2020L

*Erasmus code:*13.3

*ECTS credits:*8.5

*Language:*Polish

*Organized by:*Faculty of Chemistry

*Related to study programmes:*

# Physics B 1200-1FIZB2

Charge conservation law; electrostatic field and potential: ion, dipole, quadrupole. Gauss law. Electric dipole: permanent and induced. Atom, molecule, dielectrics in electric field: polarization, energy. Conductors: capacity, electric circuits, Kirchoff's laws and conservation laws. Magnetic field of moving charge,- of arbitrary current. Magnetic moment. The moving charge in electromagnetic field. Magnetic properties of matter: diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism. Electromagnetic induction law, self-induction. Maxwell's equations, wave equation, electromagnetic waves. Maxwell's equations in a matter: origin of refraction coefficient, propagation of electromagnetic waves in a medium; reflection, refraction, diffraction, interference, coherence, state of a wave polarization. Interaction of an electromagnetic wave with molecules; absorption, emission, index of refraction, molecular light scatterings. Elements of Relativistic Theory: speed of light; Michelson-Morley experiment; time dilation and Lorentz contraction; transformation of velocity - Fizeau experiment; momentum and energy of a relativistic particle. The brief review of spectroscopy; from acoustic, dielectric, optical to X-ray, neutron and nuclear spectroscopy.

The classes with calculus are the mathematical illustration to the lecture. The students are taught how to solve the problems, discussed during the lecture, by use of the known mathematical apparatus. The classes take place in small groups of students, which solve the tasks together. Class attendance is compulsory. Three absences subject to excuse (e.g.medical justification) are allowed.

Lecture + classes = 75 hours

Tests =10 hours

Domestic work 2-4 hours/week = 30-60 hours

Getting ready to tests and exam = 60 hours

Together = 175-205 hours

## Main fields of studies for MISMaP

## Type of course

## Mode

## Prerequisites (description)

## Course coordinators

## Learning outcomes

The student will:

KNOWLEDGE:

1. know how to describe and explain physical phenomena taught during the lecture

2. be able to understand the laws of nature

3. and to describe them in the language of mathematics

ABILITIES:

1. be able to use his knowledge in physics in his work as a chemist

2. be able to formulate problems in physics and to solve them

3. interpret the laws of physics and draw the appropriate conclusions

4. be able to perceive the casual relations in nature

ATTITUDE:

1. cooperate with other students while solving the problems together

2. ask questions dealing with physics

3. explain a problem in physics to his colleagues

## Assessment criteria

Credit classes:

- for a grade on the base of the written tests

Positive grade at physics classes is required for admission to the exam

Credit the course:- written exam in form of one choice test, in which explanation of answers is demanded

## Bibliography

1.R. Resnick, D. Holliday, J. Walker, ," Fundamentals of Physics", Wiley, 2003

2.B. Gadomska, B. Janowska-Dmoch, W. Gadomski, "Skrypt do Wykładu i Ćwiczeń rachunkowych z fizyki", tom II, Wydział Chemii U.W., 2005

3.R. Purcell, ""Elektryczność i Magnetyzm",Berkeley Physics Course, MacGraw-Hill, New York

4. R. Feynman, "Wykłady z Fizyki", tom I część II, PWN, Warszawa, 1969, 1974

5.A. H. Piekara, "Elektryczność i Magnetyzm", PWN, Warszwa, 1970

6. The Feynman Lectures on Physics

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