NAME OF THE COURSE 
Physics 2 
Code 

Course teacher 
Assoc Prof Magdy Lučić Lavčević 
Credits (ECTS) 
6.0 

Associate teachers 
Lucija Matković 
Type of instruction (number of hours) 


Status of the course 
Mandatory 
Percentage of application of elearning 
0 % 

COURSE DESCRIPTION 
Course objectives 
 Introducing students to the knowledge and principles of physics in the fields of electromagnetism, optics and elementary quantum physics  Forming the proper view towards the interpretation of physics phenomena and their application  Developing the level of cognitive processing required for further studies 
Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course 
Enrolled in or passed the course Exercises in Pysics II 
Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes) 
After the course, the student is expected to have mastered  The principles of electromagnetism and electromagnetic radiation  The principles of geometrical and physical optics  The basic principles of quantum physics  The application of the obtained knowledge in concrete physics examples  The application of the obtained knowledge in solving professional problem tasks  Recognition of the application of the knowledge of physics in everyday situations 
Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus) 
1st week: Electric charges, electrostatic force and electrostatic field. Vector field flux and Gauss’s law. Application of Gauss law. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course. (1 hour) 2nd week: Electric potential and potential difference. Moving and storing electric charges, electric circuits. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 3rd week: Charges in motion and their interactions, electric current. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 4th week: Magnetic field. Gauss law. Ampere’s law. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 5th week: Time depending electric and magnetic fields. Faraday’s law. Inductivity. Induction generators. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) Partial assessment (1st preliminary test) related to seminars and theory addressed during the course. 6th week: Vector field circulation. Applications. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 7th week: Maxwell equations. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 8th: week: Alternating currents. Electromagnetic oscillating circuit and radiation. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 9th week: Energy of electric and magnetic fields. Electromagnetic waves and nature of light. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 10th week: Electric and magnetic field in matter. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) Partial assessment (2nd preliminary test) related to seminars and theory addressed during the course. 11th week: Physical optics (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 12th week: Geometric optics. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 13th week: Optical systems and instruments. Eye physics. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 14th week: Wave properties of matter. Concepts of quantum physics (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) 15th week: Concepts of quantum physics  applications. (3 hours) Seminar: Solving the numerical examples pertaining to the theoretical content addressed during the course (1 hour) Partial assessment (3rd preliminary test ) related to seminars and theory addressed during the course 
Format of instruction: 

Student responsibilities 

Screening student work (name the proportion of ECTS credits for eachactivity so that the total number of ECTS credits is equal to the ECTS value of the course): 
Class attendance 
0.9 
Research 
0.0 
Practical training 
0.0 
Experimental work 
0.0 
Report 
0.0 


Essay 
0.0 
Seminar essay 
0.0 


Tests 
1.7 
Oral exam 
1.7 


Written exam 
1.7 
Project 
0.0 



Grading and evaluating student work in class and at the final exam 
During the semester, the final exam can be substituted via 3 midterm exams, related to lectures (theory) and seminars (solving problems), according to curriculum. During the final examination period, the final theory exam shall be taken after passing the final problem’s solving exam. Grades: 5564%  sufficient; 6579%  good, 8089%  very good; 90100%  excellent 
Required literature (available in the library and via other media) 
Title 
Number of copies in the library 
Availability via other media 
N. Cindro, Fizika II, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1985. 
10 

E. Babić, R. Krsnik, M. Očko, Zbirka riješenih zadataka iz fizike, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, Zagreb, 1990. 
3 


Optional literature (at the time of submission of study programme proposal) 
D. Halliday, R. Resnick, Fundamentals of Physics, John Wiley, New York 2003. Janko Herak, Osnove kemijske fizike, Farmaceutskobiokemijski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2001. V. Lopac, P. Kulišić, M. Pavičić, Zbirka zadataka iz fizike, FGZ Zagreb, 1983.

Quality assurance methods that ensure the acquisition of exit competences 
Quality assurance will be performed at three levels: (1) University Level; (2) Faculty Level by Quality Control Committee; (3) Lecturer’s Level. 
Other (as the proposer wishes to add) 
