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This item is a simple interactive simulation that depicts voltage amplitude in a simple direct current generator. By using the mouse to change the frequency of the current, the user can see the direct relationship...
A collection of thought provoking physics questions covering various introductory physics topics from the University of Maryland. The questions can be used in class or like in Maryland as an outreach activity. The...
This website offers 15 lecture demonstrations designed to help students discover laws of electrostatics. Items range from capicitance to an inexpensive moving charge sensor. The author focuses on materials and tools...
This is one of the documents from the HowStuffWorks website. It provides a simple explanation on how a Van de Graaff generator works. More interestingly, it includes directions on how to build one.
This interactive tutorial offers explanations of magnetic inductance, Faraday's experiments, and Lenz's Law. Several simulations illustrate the principles of magnetic fields, Faraday's Law, self-inductance effects, and...
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