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AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
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Get ready to dive deep into the forces that electrify and magnetize in AP Physics C: E & M. You’ll investigate the unseen fields and forces of electricity and magnetism. You’ll study circuitry and the relationship between magnetic fields and current. This is a single semester course. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Calculus. Concurrent enrollment in Calculus is acceptable. Completion of an introductory Physics course is recommended.

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ONE-SEMESTER COURSE
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Unit 1: Electrostatics
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  • Electric Charges and Coulomb's Law
  • Electric Fields
  • Electric Potential
  • Gauss's Law
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Unit 2: Conductors, Capacitors, and Dielectrics
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  • Electrostatics with Conductors
  • Capacitors
  • Dielectrics
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Unit 3: Electric Circuits
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  • Current, Resistance, Power
  • DC Circuits with Batteries and Resistors
  • Capacitors in Circuits
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Unit 4: Magnetostatics
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  • Forces on Moving Charges
  • Forces on Current-carrying Wires in Magnetic Fields
  • Fields of Long, Current-carrying Wires
  • Biot-Savart and Ampere's Law
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Unit 5: Electromagnetism
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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Inductance
  • Maxwell's Equations
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If you want to receive “a-g” credit, please note that hands-on wet labs are required. Make sure that your school can provide the equipment and supervision necessary. An alternate method of satisfying “a-g” requirements appears on the UC Admissions page, and requires a “Score of 3, 4 or 5 on any two AP Exams in Biology, Chemistry, Physics (B, C, 1 or 2) and Environmental Science; score of 5, 6 or 7 on any two IB HL exams in Biology, Chemistry or Physics.” OUT-OF-STATE SCHOOLS: Schools not interested in “a-g” credit are welcome to use the online portion of the course without providing wet labs but should know that wet labs constitute 20-25% of the full course.