This site from the National Severe Storms Laboratory provides answers to a variety of questions related to lightning and its behavior. Topics such as what causes lightning and thunder, why there is not very much...
This applet simulates the motion of a charged particle in uniform electric and magnetic fields. The user can set the x,y, and z components of the electric field as well as the magnitude of the magnetic field, which is...
Students gain understanding of electromagnetic radiation as they broadcast radio waves from a transmitter to receiver. They can manually control the transmitter electron or set automatic oscillation. The field can be...
This webpage from PBS' NOVA explores the electrostatic forces that cause lightning and engages students with an "Ask The Expert" question-answer set. Different types of lightning are described along with their pictures....
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