Physics for Life Sciences Majors: Electricity, Magnetism, and Modern Physics
PHYSICS XL 5C
This is the third course in the pre-medical physics sequence. It explores electrostatics in vacuum and in water, with applications to biological and biochemical systems.
What you can learn.
- Identify how electricity and circuits can be applied in various biological systems
- Assess the advantages and shortcomings of atomic and nuclear physics in everyday life
About this course:Electrostatics in vacuum and in water. Electricity, circuits, magnetism, quantum, atomic and nuclear physics, and radioactivity, with applications to biological and biochemical systems. Transferable for UC credit.
Physics XL 5B