We now study the branch of physics concerned with electric and magnetic phenomena. The laws of electricity and magnetism have a central role in the operation of such devices as radios, televisions, electric motors, computers, high-energy accelerators, and other electronic devices. More fundamentally, the inter-atomic and intermolecular forces responsible for the formation of solids and liquids are electric in origin. Furthermore, such forces as the pushes and pulls between objects and the elastic force in a spring arise from electric forces at the atomic level.

Prerequisites: CS 105

CS 106 is unique course system for both IE and COM students.