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CHAPTER 4: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
Concept of field 
Electric field

Electromagnets

Magnetic field of electromagnets (Solenoid)

The Electromagnetic Force (Laplace’s Force)

Existence of Electromagnetic Induction

Magnetic Flux

Faraday’s Law part 1

Faraday’s Law part 2

Faraday’s Law part 3

Lenz’s Law

Solving example on Faraday's law

Power distribution in a magneticcoil system

Exercises 1 and 2

Exercise 2 (cont.) and 3

Exercise 4 part 1

Exercise 4 part 2

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

CHAPTER 5: SELF INDUCTONExperimental evidence of the self induction phenomenon

Visualization of the growth and decay of the current in the circuit

Inductance of a coil / solenoid

Voltages across different electric components

The time equations for the growth and decay of the current in the RL series circuit (part 1)

The time equations for the growth and decay of the current in the RL series circuit (part 2)

The time equations for the growth and decay of the current in the RL series circuit (part 3)

Exercise 1 + exercise 2 + exercise 3

Exercise 4 + exercise 5 (part 1)

Exercise 5 (part 2) + exercise 6 (part 1)

Exercise 6 (part 2) + exercise 7 (part 1)

Exercise 7 (part 2)

CHAPTER 6: ALTERNATE SINUSOIDAL CURRENTOscilloscope

Charging circuit for the capacitor

Charging process (Differential equation, time equation for the voltage across the capacitor)

Charging process (Time equations for the charge and current ) part 1

Charging process (Time equations for the charge and current ) part 2

Low frequency generator

Expression of the AC voltage as a function of time

Important formulas for mathematics

Phase angle between the the voltage across the LFG and the current

RLC series circuit part 1

RLC series circuit part 2

Graph of the amplitude of the electric current traversing an RLC series circuit

Exercise 1 (part 1)

Exercise 1 (part 2)

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4 (part 1)

Exercise 4 (part 2)

Exercise 5

Exercise 6 (part 1)

Exercise 6 (part 2) + exercise 7 (part 1)

Exercise 7 (part 2)

CHAPTER 7: ELECTROMAGNETIC OSCILLATIONSThe LCSeries circuit

The LC Series circuit (Differential equation)

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