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Electromagnetism
F.1.
Electric Forces and Fields
F.1.M.
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F.1.1.
Introduction to Electric Forces
F.1.1.O.
Overview
F.1.1.1.
Determining whether two charges attract or repel each other using the law of charges
F.1.1.2.
Recognizing that electric charge is conserved
F.1.1.3.
Recognizing that electrons are negatively charged and can move and protons are positively charged and stay in place
F.1.2.
Separation and Transfer of Charge
F.1.2.O.
Overview
F.1.2.1.
Recognizing that an electric charge tends to be static on insulators and can move on and in conductors
F.1.2.2.
Identifying examples of induction
F.1.2.3.
Identifying examples of conduction
F.1.2.4.
Predicting the effect of a charged rod on the distribution of charges in a neutral electroscope
F.1.3.
Coulomb’s Law
F.1.3.O.
Overview
F.1.3.1.
Determining the effect of changing the distances between two charges or the magnitude of charges on the electrical force using Coulomb’s law, |F
_{E}
| = k (|q
_{1}
q
_{2}
|) /r
^{2}
,
F.1.3.2.
Solving problems involving the electric force between two charges using Coulomb’s law, |F
_{E}
| = k (|q
_{1}
q
_{2}
|) /r
^{2}
F.1.4.
Electric Fields
F.1.4.1.
Identifying the correct direction of electric field lines for one or more charges
F.1.4.2.
Identifying the correct charges based on the direction of electric field lines
F.1.4.3.
Solving problems involving the electric field intensity and the electric force using the equation E = F/q
F.1.4.4.
Solving problems involving the electric field of a uniform electric field using the equation E = V/d
F.1.5.
Electrical Potential
F.1.5.O.
Overview
F.1.5.1.
Solving problems involving the electric potential (V) using the equation ΔV = ΔU
_{E}
/q
F.1.5.2.
Solving problems involving the electric potential created by a point source charge Q using the equation V = kQ/r
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F.2.
Direct Current Circuits
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F.2.1.
Circuit Diagrams
F.2.1.O.
Overview
F.2.1.1.
Distinguishing between open and closed circuits and determining whether or not electricity will flow
F.2.1.2.
Identifying the following circuit components: batteries, resistors, and switches
F.2.1.3.
Distinguishing between series and parallel circuits
F.2.2.
Basic Ohm’s Law Problems
F.2.2.O.
Overview
F.2.2.1.
Determining the current using the equation I = ΔQ / Δt where ΔQ represents that magnitude of charge
F.2.2.2.
Solving Ohm’s Law word problems using the equation V = IR
F.2.3.
Power
F.2.3.O.
Overview
F.2.3.1.
Solving problems involving power using the equation P = VI
F.2.3.2.
Solving problems involving power using Ohm’s law and the equation P = IV
F.2.4.
Ohm’s Law Problems for Series Circuits
F.2.4.O.
Overview
F.2.4.1.
Determining the total voltage and voltage drop across each specific resistor in a series circuit
F.2.4.2.
Determining the total current and the current for each specific resistor in a series circuit
F.2.4.3.
Determining the equivalent resistance and the resistance of specific resistors in a series circuit
F.2.4.4.
Determining the total power and the power of specific resistors in a series circuit
F.2.5.
Ohm’s Law Problems for Parallel Circuits
F.2.5.O.
Overview
F.2.5.1.
Determining the total voltage and voltage drop across each specific resistor in a parallel circuit
F.2.5.2.
Determining the total current and the current for each specific resistor in a parallel circuit
F.2.5.3.
Determining the equivalent resistance and the resistance of specific resistors in a parallel circuit
F.2.5.4.
Determining the total power and the power of specific resistors in a parallel circuit
F.2.6.
Ohm’s Law Problems for Complex Circuits
F.2.6.O.
Overview
F.2.6.1.
Determining the total voltage and voltage drop across each specific resistor in a complex circuit
F.2.6.2.
Determining the total current and the current for each specific resistor in a complex circuit
F.2.6.3.
Determining the equivalent resistance and the resistance of specific resistors in a complex circuit
F.2.6.4.
Determining the total power and the power of specific resistors in a complex circuit
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F.3.
Capacitors , Dielectrics and RC Circuits
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F.3.1.
Capacitance
F.3.1.O.
Overview
F.3.1.1.
Solving problems involving the capacitance of any capacitor using the equation C = Q/ΔV
F.3.1.2.
Solving problems involving the capacitance of parallel plate capacitors using the equation C = ϵ
_{0}
A/d
F.3.2.
RC Circuits 1: Capacitors in Series
F.3.2.O.
Overview
F.3.2.1.
Determining the equivalent capacitance and the capacitance of each capacitor arranged in a series circuit using the equation 1/C
_{s}
= 1/C
_{1}
+ 1/C
_{2}
F.3.2.2.
Determining the total charge and the charge of each capacitor arranged in a series circuit
F.3.2.3.
Determining the total voltage and voltage drop across each capacitor in a series circuit
F.3.3.
RC Circuits 2: Capacitors in Parallel
F.3.3.O.
Overview
F.3.3.1.
Determining the equivalent capacitance and the capacitance of each capacitor arranged in aparallel circuit using the equation C
_{s }
= C
_{1 }
+ C
_{2}
F.3.3.2.
Determining the total charge and the charge of each capacitor arranged in a parallel circuit
F.3.3.3.
Determining the total voltage and voltage drop across each capacitor in a parallel circuit
F.3.4.
RC Circuits 3: Capacitors in Complex Circuits
F.3.4.O.
Overview
F.3.4.1.
Determining the equivalent capacitance and the capacitance of each capacitor arranged in a complex circuit
F.3.4.2.
Determining the total charge and the charge of each capacitor arranged in a complex circuit
F.3.4.3.
Determining the total voltage and voltage drop across each capacitor in a complex circuit
F.3.5.
Dielectrics
F.3.5.O.
Overview
F.3.5.1.
Solving problems involving the dielectric constant Îº using the equationÂ C
_{withÂ dielectric}
= ÎºC
_{without dielectric}
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F.4.
Magnetic Forces and Fields
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F.4.1.
Introduction to Magnetism
F.4.1.O.
Overview
F.4.1.1.
Determining whether two poles of magnets attract or repel each other using the law of magnets
F.4.1.2.
Identifying the correct lines of flux (magnetic field lines) for a magnetic field
F.4.2.
Magnetic Fields Produced by a Current-Carrying Wires
F.4.2.O.
Overview
F.4.2.1.
Determining how the current or distance from the wire affects the strength of a magnetic field using the proportion B α I/r
F.4.3.
First Right-Hand Rule: Direction of Magnetic Fields and Currents
F.4.3.O.
Overview
F.4.3.1.
Determining the direction of the current and the magnetic field using the first right-hand rule
F.4.4.
Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges
F.4.4.O.
Overview
F.4.4.1.
Solving problems involving the magnetic force on a moving charge using the equation F
_{B}
= |q|vBsinθ
F.4.4.2.
Solving problems involving the radius of a charge’s circular path using the equation r = mv/qB
F.4.5.
Magnetic Forces on Current-Carrying Wires
F.4.5.O.
Overview
F.4.5.1.
Solving problems involving the magnetic force on a current-carrying wire using the equation F
_{B}
= IlBsinθ
F.4.6.
Second Right-Hand Rule: Direction of Magnetic Forces
F.4.6.O.
Overview
F.4.6.1.
Determining the direction of a magnetic force on a moving charge in a magnetic field using the second right-hand rule
F.4.6.2.
Determining the direction of a magnetic force on a current carrying wire in a magnetic field using the second right-hand rule
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F.5.
Electromagnetic Induction
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F.5.1.
Introduction to Electromagnetic Induction
F.5.1.O.
Overview
F.5.1.1.
Determining whether or not a current will be induced in a circuit given a scenario
F.5.1.2.
Determining the effect of changing the angle between a magnetic field and a circuit on the induced voltage and current
F.5.1.3.
Determining the effect of changing the number of magnetic field lines on the induced voltage and current
F.5.2.
Motional EMF
F.5.2.O.
Overview
F.5.2.1.
Determining the effect of changing the velocity, the length of wire, and the strength of the magnetic field on the induced voltage and current
F.5.2.2.
Solving problems involving motional emf using the equation emf = vBl
F.5.3.
Faraday’s Law: Magnitude of Induced Current
F.5.3.O.
Overview
F.5.3.1.
Determining the magnetic flux through a circuit using the equation Φ
_{B }
= ABcosθ
F.5.3.2.
Solving problems involving Faraday’s law and the magnitude of induced emf using the equation emf = -NΔϕ
_{M}
/Δt = -NΔ
F.5.3.3.
Determining the magnitude of induced current using the equation I = emf / R
F.5.4.
Lenz’s Law: Direction of the Induced Current
F.5.4.O.
Overview
F.5.4.1.
Determining the direction of induced current by applying Lenz’s law
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