- Chapter 01: Electric Charge
- Chapter 02: Electric Field
- 2.1 Electric Field
- 2.2 Electric Field of a Point Charge
- 2.3 Electric Field of an Electric Dipole
- 2.4 Electric Field of Charge Distributions
- Example 1: Electric field of a charged rod along its Axis
- Example 2: Electric field of a charged ring along its axis
- Example 3: Electric field of a charged disc along its axis
- Example 4: Electric field of a charged infinitely long rod.
- Example 5: Electric field of a finite length rod along its bisector.

- 2.5 Dipole in an External Electric Field

- Chapter 03: Gauss’ s Law
- 3.1 Gauss’s Law
- Example 1: Electric field of a point charge
- Example 2: Electric field of a uniformly charged spherical shell
- Example 3: Electric field of a uniformly charged soild sphere
- Example 4: Electric field of an infinite, uniformly charged straight rod
- Example 5: Electric Field of an infinite sheet of charge
- Example 6: Electric field of a non-uniform charge distribution

- 3.2 Conducting Charge Distributions
- 3.3 Superposition of Electric Fields

- 3.1 Gauss’s Law
- Chapter 04: Electric Potential
- Chapter 05: Capacitance
- Chapter 06: Electric Current and Resistance
- 6.01 Current
- 6.02 Current Density
- 6.03 Drift Speed
- 6.04 Resistance and Resistivity
- 6.05 Ohm’s Law
- 6.06 Calculating Resistance from Resistivity
- 6.07 Example
- 6.08 Temperature Dependence of Resistivity
- 6.09 Electromotive Force, emf
- 6.10 Power Supplied, Power Dissipated
- 6.11 Connection of Resistances: Series and Parallel
- 6.12 Kirchoff’s Rules
- 6.13 Potential difference between two points in a circuit
- 6.14 RC-Circuits

- Chapter 07: Magnetism
- Chapter 08: Magnetic Force
- Chapter 09: Induction

- Announcements
- Introduction
- Syllabus
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- Chapter 01: Electric Charge
- Chapter 02: Electric Field
- 2.1 Electric Field
- 2.2 Electric Field of a Point Charge
- 2.3 Electric Field of an Electric Dipole
- 2.4 Electric Field of Charge Distributions
- Example 1: Electric field of a charged rod along its Axis
- Example 2: Electric field of a charged ring along its axis
- Example 3: Electric field of a charged disc along its axis
- Example 4: Electric field of a charged infinitely long rod.
- Example 5: Electric field of a finite length rod along its bisector.

- 2.5 Dipole in an External Electric Field

- Chapter 03: Gauss’ s Law
- 3.1 Gauss’s Law
- Example 1: Electric field of a point charge
- Example 2: Electric field of a uniformly charged spherical shell
- Example 3: Electric field of a uniformly charged soild sphere
- Example 4: Electric field of an infinite, uniformly charged straight rod
- Example 5: Electric Field of an infinite sheet of charge
- Example 6: Electric field of a non-uniform charge distribution

- 3.2 Conducting Charge Distributions
- 3.3 Superposition of Electric Fields

- 3.1 Gauss’s Law
- Chapter 04: Electric Potential
- Chapter 05: Capacitance
- Chapter 06: Electric Current and Resistance
- 6.01 Current
- 6.02 Current Density
- 6.03 Drift Speed
- 6.04 Resistance and Resistivity
- 6.05 Ohm’s Law
- 6.06 Calculating Resistance from Resistivity
- 6.07 Example
- 6.08 Temperature Dependence of Resistivity
- 6.09 Electromotive Force, emf
- 6.10 Power Supplied, Power Dissipated
- 6.11 Connection of Resistances: Series and Parallel
- 6.12 Kirchoff’s Rules
- 6.13 Potential difference between two points in a circuit
- 6.14 RC-Circuits

- Chapter 07: Magnetism
- Chapter 08: Magnetic Force
- Chapter 09: Induction

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