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http://www.ryerson.ca/senate/policies/pol61.pdf
Among many other infractions, the Code specifically refers to the following as a violation: “Disruption of
Learning and Teaching - Students shall not behave in disruptive ways that obstruct the learning and
teaching environment”.
In order to create an environment conducive to learning and respectful of others’ rights, phones and
pagers must be silenced during lectures, lab sessions and evaluations. The use of laptops in class to
take notes is permitted only if it does not distract your fellow students. Inappropriate use of a laptop
will result in expulsion from the lecture. Also, students should refrain from disrupting the lectures by
arriving late and/or leaving the classroom before the lecture is over. Also, leaving the classroom
during lecture time, to answer a phone call, is considered inappropriate class behavior.
Ryerson policies of interest:
:
See
www.ryerson.ca/senate/policies/
Policy 134 -
Policy 135
Examination policies
Policy 150 -
Accommodation of Student Religious Observance Obligations
Course outline:
Topic
Coverage
Hours
T
HE
M
AGNETIC
F
IELD
32.1 Magnetism
32.2 The discovery of the magnetic field
32.3 The source of the magnetic field: moving charges
32.4 The magnetic field of a current
32.5 Magnetic dipoles
32.7 Magnetic force on a moving charge (excl. The Cyclotron
and The Hall Effect)
32.8 Magnetic forces on current-carrying wires
8
O
SCILLATIONS
14.1 Simple Harmonic Motion
14.2 Simple Harmonic Motion and Circular Motion
14.3 Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
14.4 The Dynamics of Simple Harmonic Motion
14.5 Vertical Oscillations
14.6 The Pendulum (with exception of physical pendulum)
5
T
RAVELING
W
AVES
20.1 The Wave Model
20.2 One-dimensional waves
20.3 Sinusoidal waves
20.5 Sound and light
20.6 Power, Intensity, and Decibels
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20.7 The Doppler effect
S
UPERPOSITION OF
W
AVES
21.1 The principle of superposition
21.2 Standing waves
21.3 Transverse standing waves
21.4 Standing sound waves and musical acoustics
21.5 Interference in one dimension
21.6 The mathematics of interference (with the exception of thin
films)
5
W
AVE
O
PTICS
22.1 Light and optics
22.2 The interference of light (with the exception of intensity)
22.3 The diffraction grating
22.4 Single-slit diffraction
4
R
AY
O
PTICS
23.1 The ray model of light
23.2 Reflection
23.3 Refraction
23.5 Colour and dispersion
4
N
UCLEAR
P
HYSICS
42.1 Nuclear structure (excl. nuclear size and density)
42.2 Nuclear stability
42.3 The strong force
42.6 Nuclear decay mechanisms
*42.7 Biological applications of nuclear physics
5
Total:
36
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