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In this interactive simulation, the path of a charged particle in a capacitor can be traced. Users may adjust the strength of field, initial velocity and mass of the moving particle, and magnitude of its charge. The...
This website, authored by Fu-Kwun Hwang of the National Taiwan Normal University, contains an applet on circular motion. The simulation portrays a ball on a string swinging in a circle. The radius of the circle and the...
This interactive presentation, created by authors James Bourassa and John Rosz, explains how the input of force reacts with lever systems. The authors address the physics behind levers, and how when proper angles are...
This lesson plan, authored and curated by David P. Stern, introduces the concept of energy through the ideas of conservation and the ability to run machines. A series of both qualitative and quantitative examples are...
This website contains a detailed development and comparison of a classical and quantum mechanical description of motion in a constant linear potential ("falling"), complete with diagrams. This example is a part of a...
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