These notes go through the fundamental properties of Gauss\'s law, as well as applications of the law. The notes involve electric flux, how to calculate electric flux, electric flux of angled areas, Gauss\'s law qualitatively and quantitatively, how to find the electric field surrounding a sphere, cavities and their charges, and useful examples that illustrate the law.
Cellular/Molecular Biology, Cellular Chemistry and Proteins
These notes cover the first couple chapters of Becker\'s The World of the Cell, 9th Edition. Cellular chemistry topics covered include polarity, non-covalent interactions, and organic functional groups. As far as proteins, these notes take you through the basic structure of proteins, the polymerization of proteins, primary through quaternary structure, and alpha helices vs. beta sheets.
Electric Charge and Coulomb\'s Law
These notes are a simple introduction to the concept of electric charge, including induction, polarization, and Coulomb\'s Law... plus a sample problem from a Physics textbook!
Becker\'s World of the Cell Chapter 16
These notes cover Chapter 16 of Becker\'s World of the Cell complete with diagrams and pictures. The notes involve DNA, the processes of DNA packaging, histones and octamers, and properties of the nucleus.
Cellular/Molecular Biology, The Evolution of Cells
These notes are purely lecture notes on the key points that the professor went over. This chapter is about the evolution of cells. Topics included are early life and how early life arose, the Endosymbiont Theory, the difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells, and a brief introduction to some of the most important organelles (although the class ended before he could get through all of them).