# 260277 UE Exercise course in Introductory Physics IV (2019S)

## Labels

## Summary

## Registration/Deregistration

## Groups

### Group 1

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Organisational meeting at the first class of the lecture "VO Introduction to Physics IV" (Monday, 04.03. at 10:45 in the Christian-Doppler lecture hall)! Attendance at the organizational meeting is mandatory for being definitely registered for the exercise classes.

#### Aims, contents and method of the course

#### Assessment and permitted materials

Please note that for the first exercise class (on Monday the 18.03.2019 and Thursday the 21.03.2019 for the Monday and Thursday groups respectively) there will be already exercises to prepare!The dates for the exercises classes at which an exercise has to be handed in are:

Monday groups (groups 1-3): 25.03.2019, 08.04.2019, 29.04.2019, 13.05.2019, 03.06.2019, 24.06.2019

Thursday groups (groups 4-6): 28.03.2019, 11.04.2019, 02.05.2019, 16.02.2019, 06.06.2019, 27.06.2019

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

If an exercise has been crossed but not prepared or cannot be explained, then the student loses five crosses for cheating.

The percentage of crosses on the list contributes to 50% to the final grade and is determined according to the following scheme:

x≥80%: 1

70%≤x<80% 2

60%≤x<70%: 3

50%≤x<60%: 4

x<50%: 5The grading for the hand-in exercises is as follows:

The trainer does not give a grade (1 to 5) for these exercises, but marks if they are ok (1 point), partially ok (1/2 point) or not done/not ok (0 points). These exercises contribute to 50% to the final grade and it is determined according to the following scheme:

5 or 6 points: 1

4 points: 2

3 points: 3

2 points: 4

less than 2 points: 5The grading for the course is as follows:

The attendance in all but up to two classes is mandatory for a positive grade. In order to pass the course a positive grade in both the hand-in exercises and the list of crosses is required. The grades of the two parts are averaged and rounded half up. The final grade ca be affected by the blackboard presentations.For example: A student has 15 of 20 crosses and 3 points for the homework. This results in grade “2” for the crosses and a grade “3” for the homework. Without any positive blackboard presentation the final grade is: 0.5*2+0.5*3=2.5 which is rounded to grade “3”. With a positive blackboard presentation the grade is rounded to “2”.

#### Examination topics

### Group 2

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Organisational meeting at the first lecture unit: Monday, the 4th of March at 10.45 am at the Christian-Doppler lecture hall. The organisational meeting is mandatory! Deregistration in case of absence!

#### Aims, contents and method of the course

#### Assessment and permitted materials

The exercise sheets are spread via Moodle one week before the exercise class (also before the first class). The students prepare the exercises and tick the exercises on a list of crosses on Moodle (1 cross per exercise). With the tick of an exercise the students state that they have prepared the exercise and can show their written preparatory materials and are also able to present it on the blackboard. The ticking of exercises will be possible until two hours before the beginning of the exercise class. In the session, a student, who has made a cross for the exercise, is picked by the trainer and has to solve the exercise on the blackboard.

In addition, there are six exercises which have to be prepared at home and handed in in written form. These exercises have to be handed in at latest at the beginning of the exercise class. They are not part of the list of crosses since they are checked anyway.

Please note that for the first exercise class (on Monday the 18.03.2019 and Thursday the 21.03.2019 for the Monday and Thursday groups respectively) there will be already exercises to prepare!

The dates for the exercises classes at which an exercise has to be handed in are:

Monday groups (groups 1-3): 25.03.2019, 08.04.2019, 29.04.2019, 13.05.2019, 03.06.2019, 24.06.2019

Thursday groups (groups 4-6): 28.03.2019, 11.04.2019, 02.05.2019, 16.02.2019, 06.06.2019, 27.06.2019

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

If an exercise has been crossed but not prepared or cannot be explained, then the student loses five crosses for cheating.

The percentage of crosses on the list contributes to 50% to the final grade and is determined according to the following scheme:

x≥80%: 1

70%≤x<80% 2

60%≤x<70%: 3

50%≤x<60%: 4

x<50%: 5

The grading for the hand-in exercises is as follows:

The trainer does not give a grade (1 to 5) for these exercises, but marks if they are ok (1 point), partially ok (1/2 point) or not done/not ok (0 points). These exercises contribute to 50% to the final grade and it is determined according to the following scheme:

5 or 6 points: 1

4 points: 2

3 points: 3

2 points: 4

less than 2 points: 5

The grading for the course is as follows:

The attendance in all but up to two classes is mandatory for a positive grade. In order to pass the course a positive grade in both the hand-in exercises and the list of crosses is required. The grades of the two parts are averaged and rounded half up. The final grade ca be affected by the blackboard presentations.

For example: A student has 15 of 20 crosses and 3 points for the homework. This results in grade “2” for the crosses and a grade “3” for the homework. Without any positive blackboard presentation the final grade is: 0.5*2+0.5*3=2.5 which is rounded to grade “3”. With a positive blackboard presentation the grade is rounded to “2”.

#### Examination topics

### Group 3

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Organisational meeting at the first class of the lecture "VO Introduction to Physics IV" (Monday, 04.03. at 10:45 in the Christian-Doppler lecture hall)! Attendence at the organizational meeting is mandatory for being definitely registered for the exercise classes.

#### Aims, contents and method of the course

#### Assessment and permitted materials

Please note that for the first exercise class (on Monday the 18.03.2019 and Thursday the 21.03.2019 for the Monday and Thursday groups respectively) there will be already exercises to prepare!The dates for the exercises classes at which an exercise has to be handed in are:

Monday groups (groups 1-3): 25.03.2019, 08.04.2019, 29.04.2019, 13.05.2019, 03.06.2019, 24.06.2019

Thursday groups (groups 4-6): 28.03.2019, 11.04.2019, 02.05.2019, 16.02.2019, 06.06.2019, 27.06.2019

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

If an exercise has been crossed but not prepared or cannot be explained, then the student loses five crosses for cheating.

The percentage of crosses on the list contributes to 50% to the final grade and is determined according to the following scheme:

x≥80%: 1

70%≤x<80% 2

60%≤x<70%: 3

50%≤x<60%: 4

x<50%: 5The grading for the hand-in exercises is as follows:

The trainer does not give a grade (1 to 5) for these exercises, but marks if they are ok (1 point), partially ok (1/2 point) or not done/not ok (0 points). These exercises contribute to 50% to the final grade and it is determined according to the following scheme:

5 or 6 points: 1

4 points: 2

3 points: 3

2 points: 4

less than 2 points: 5The grading for the course is as follows:

The attendance in all but up to two classes is mandatory for a positive grade. In order to pass the course a positive grade in both the hand-in exercises and the list of crosses is required. The grades of the two parts are averaged and rounded half up. The final grade ca be affected by the blackboard presentations.For example: A student has 15 of 20 crosses and 3 points for the homework. This results in grade “2” for the crosses and a grade “3” for the homework. Without any positive blackboard presentation the final grade is: 0.5*2+0.5*3=2.5 which is rounded to grade “3”. With a positive blackboard presentation the grade is rounded to “2”.

#### Examination topics

### Group 4

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Vorbesprechung in der ersten Vorlesungseinheit !

#### Aims, contents and method of the course

#### Assessment and permitted materials

Please note that for the first exercise class (on Monday the 18.03.2019 and Thursday the 21.03.2019 for the Monday and Thursday groups respectively) there will be already exercises to prepare!The dates for the exercises classes at which an exercise has to be handed in are:

Monday groups (groups 1-3): 25.03.2019, 08.04.2019, 29.04.2019, 13.05.2019, 03.06.2019, 24.06.2019

Thursday groups (groups 4-6): 28.03.2019, 11.04.2019, 02.05.2019, 16.02.2019, 06.06.2019, 27.06.2019

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

If an exercise has been crossed but not prepared or cannot be explained, then the student loses five crosses for cheating.

The percentage of crosses on the list contributes to 50% to the final grade and is determined according to the following scheme:

x≥80%: 1

70%≤x<80% 2

60%≤x<70%: 3

50%≤x<60%: 4

x<50%: 5The grading for the hand-in exercises is as follows:

The trainer does not give a grade (1 to 5) for these exercises, but marks if they are ok (1 point), partially ok (1/2 point) or not done/not ok (0 points). These exercises contribute to 50% to the final grade and it is determined according to the following scheme:

5 or 6 points: 1

4 points: 2

3 points: 3

2 points: 4

less than 2 points: 5The grading for the course is as follows:

The attendance in all but up to two classes is mandatory for a positive grade. In order to pass the course a positive grade in both the hand-in exercises and the list of crosses is required. The grades of the two parts are averaged and rounded half up. The final grade ca be affected by the blackboard presentations.For example: A student has 15 of 20 crosses and 3 points for the homework. This results in grade “2” for the crosses and a grade “3” for the homework. Without any positive blackboard presentation the final grade is: 0.5*2+0.5*3=2.5 which is rounded to grade “3”. With a positive blackboard presentation the grade is rounded to “2”.

#### Examination topics

### Group 5

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Organisational meeting at the first class of the lecture "VO Introduction to Physics IV" (Monday, 04.03. at 10:45 in the Christian-Doppler lecture hall)! Attendence at the organizational meeting is mandatory for being definitely registered for the exercise classes.

#### Aims, contents and method of the course

#### Assessment and permitted materials

The exercise sheets are spread via Moodle one week before the exercise class (also before the first class). The students prepare the exercises and tick the exercises on a list of crosses on Moodle (1 cross per exercise). With the tick of an exercise the students state that they have prepared the exercise and can show their written preparatory materials and are also able to present it on the blackboard. The ticking of exercises will be possible until two hours before the beginning of the exercise class. In the session, a student, who has made a cross for the exercise, is picked by the trainer and has to solve the exercise on the blackboard.

In addition, there are six exercises which have to be prepared at home and handed in in written form. These exercises have to be handed in at latest at the beginning of the exercise class. They are not part of the list of crosses since they are checked anyway.

Please note that for the first exercise class (on Monday the 18.03.2019 and Thursday the 21.03.2019 for the Monday and Thursday groups respectively) there will be already exercises to prepare!

The dates for the exercises classes at which an exercise has to be handed in are:

Monday groups (groups 1-3): 25.03.2019, 08.04.2019, 29.04.2019, 13.05.2019, 03.06.2019, 24.06.2019

Thursday groups (groups 4-6): 28.03.2019, 11.04.2019, 02.05.2019, 16.02.2019, 06.06.2019, 27.06.2019

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

If an exercise has been crossed but not prepared or cannot be explained, then the student loses five crosses for cheating.

The percentage of crosses on the list contributes to 50% to the final grade and is determined according to the following scheme:x≥80%: 1

70%≤x<80% 2

60%≤x<70%: 3

50%≤x<60%: 4

x<50%: 5The grading for the hand-in exercises is as follows:

The trainer does not give a grade (1 to 5) for these exercises, but marks if they are ok (1 point), partially ok (1/2 point) or not done/not ok (0 points). These exercises contribute to 50% to the final grade and it is determined according to the following scheme:5 or 6 points: 1

4 points: 2

3 points: 3

2 points: 4

less than 2 points: 5The grading for the course is as follows:

The attendance in all but up to two classes is mandatory for a positive grade. In order to pass the course a positive grade in both the hand-in exercises and the list of crosses is required. The grades of the two parts are averaged and rounded half up. The final grade ca be affected by the blackboard presentations.

For example: A student has 15 of 20 crosses and 3 points for the homework. This results in grade “2” for the crosses and a grade “3” for the homework. Without any positive blackboard presentation the final grade is: 0.5*2+0.5*3=2.5 grade “3”. With a positive blackboard presentation the grade is rounded to “2”.

### Group 6

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Organisational meeting takes place at the first class of the lecture "Experimental Physics IV: Condensed Matter" Attendance at the organizational meeting is mandatory for being definitely registered for the exercise classes.

#### Aims, contents and method of the course

#### Assessment and permitted materials

The exercise sheets are spread via Moodle one week before the exercise class (also before the first class). The students prepare the exercises and tick the exercises on a list of crosses on Moodle (1 cross per exercise). With the tick of an exercise the students state that they have prepared the exercise and can show their written preparatory materials and are also able to present it on the blackboard. The ticking of exercises will be possible until two hours before the beginning of the exercise class. In the session, a student, who has made a cross for the exercise, is picked by the trainer and has to solve the exercise on the blackboard.

In addition, there are six exercises which have to be prepared at home and handed in in written form. These exercises have to be handed in at latest at the beginning of the exercise class. They are not part of the list of crosses since they are checked anyway.

Please note that for the first exercise class (on Monday the 18.03.2019 and Thursday the 21.03.2019 for the Monday and Thursday groups respectively) there will be already exercises to prepare!

The dates for the exercises classes at which an exercise has to be handed in are:

Monday groups (groups 1-3): 25.03.2019, 08.04.2019, 29.04.2019, 13.05.2019, 03.06.2019, 24.06.2019

Thursday groups (groups 4-6): 28.03.2019, 11.04.2019, 02.05.2019, 16.02.2019, 06.06.2019, 27.06.2019

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

If an exercise has been crossed but not prepared or cannot be explained, then the student loses five crosses for cheating.

The percentage of crosses on the list contributes to 50% to the final grade and is determined according to the following scheme:

x≥80%: 1

70%≤x<80% 2

60%≤x<70%: 3

50%≤x<60%: 4

x<50%: 5

The grading for the hand-in exercises is as follows:

The trainer does not give a grade (1 to 5) for these exercises, but marks if they are ok (1 point), partially ok (1/2 point) or not done/not ok (0 points). These exercises contribute to 50% to the final grade and it is determined according to the following scheme:

5 or 6 points: 1

4 points: 2

3 points: 3

2 points: 4

less than 2 points: 5

The grading for the course is as follows:

The attendance in all but up to two classes is mandatory for a positive grade. In order to pass the course a positive grade in both the hand-in exercises and the list of crosses is required. The grades of the two parts are averaged and rounded half up. The final grade ca be affected by the blackboard presentations.

For example: A student has 15 of 20 crosses and 3 points for the homework. This results in grade “2” for the crosses and a grade “3” for the homework. Without any positive blackboard presentation the final grade is: 0.5*2+0.5*3=2.5 grade “3”. With a positive blackboard presentation the grade is rounded to “2”.

## Information

### Reading list

Berkeley Physik Kurs Bd. 5: Statistische Physik

Reif: Statistische Physik und Theorie der Wärme

Gross & Marx: Festkörperphysik

Demtröder: Experimentalphysik 3 - Atome, Moleküle und Festkörper

Ibach & Lüth: Festkörperphysik

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