29:128 Electronics

Spring 2003

Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, The Univ. of Iowa



John A. Goree

512 VAN

phone 335-1843



Tu Th 9:30 - 10:45, 301 VAN

Tu, We 1:30-4:30, 561 VAN


An introductory course on electricity and magnetism, also some calculus


To train science students, both undergraduate and graduate, to:

  • build small practical circuits
  • make electronic measurements.

This course is suitable for students in all science departments. It is not intended solely for Physics and Astronomy students.

The laboratory is the focus of the learning experience in this course. The lecture serves primarily to prepare students for the laboratory.

This course is not highly theoretical. It has less math and less homework than most 100 level physics courses.

pdf files with detailed information:


Grading policy


Lab Manual July 2002 version (~1 MB)

Lab: list of parts provided to students

Homework assignments