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Electricity: electrostatics  related topic: Electrostatics part of electronics
Electrostatics demonstrations
Electrostatic machines electrostatic machines
Electrostatics there exist in nature two types of charges: positive and negative. The force between them is such that like charges repel and opposite charges attract
Electrostatics static electricity, charging an object rubbing it against a different object, differences between insulators and conductors, the concept of electrostatic force and how to calculate it, the concept of an electric field and the calculation of field strength or field intensity, electrical potential, or potential difference, or voltage, or electromotive force, equipotential lines and electrical potential difference, determine the charge on the electron, Van de Graaff generator, electrostatic process of lightning, electrostatics
Electrostatique pdf file, en Français
Electrostatique en Français
Is static electricity static?
Static electricity pdf file, Static electricity ppt file
Static electricity static electricity is the situation where electrical charges build up on the surface of a material. It is called “static” because there is no current flowing as in AC or DC electricity. Static electricity is usually caused when materials are rubbed together
Static electricity Charging by Friction, Charging by Induction, Charging by Conduction, Grounding - the Removal of a Charge, Charge Interactions Revisited, Coulomb's Law, Inverse Square Law, Newton's Laws and the Electrical Force, Electric Field Intensity, Electric Field Lines, Electric Fields and Conductors, Lightning
Static electricity
Static electricity
Static electricity Static Electricity, Inducing a Positive Charge on a Sphere, Inducing a Positive Charge on a Sphere, Charging a Two-Sphere System by Induction, Charging an Electrophorous by Induction using an Object, Charging an Electrophorous by Induction using a Balloon, Grounding a Positively- Charged Electroscope, Grounding a Negatively- Charged Electroscope
Static electricity lightning, Static electricity
Static electricity The Science of Static Electricity, How is Static Electricity Produced?
Electricity: electrostatics: topics  related topic: Electrostatics part of electronics
Capacitance Parallel plate capacitor
Capacitance and Dielectrics Definition of Capacitance, Batteries and Capacitor, Energy Storage in Capacitors, Dielectrics
Capacitors a capacitor is an electronic component which is used in a wide variety of circuit applications due to its ability to store charge
Capacitors pdf file
Capacitors and RC-decay
Capacitors and batteries Capacitors: devices for storing charge, Energy stored in a capacitor, Electric fields and potentials in the human body
Charged parallel plates charged parallel plates
Charging charging by induction, charging by friction, charging by conduction, pdf file
Charging by conduction Charging by conduction
Charging by electrostatic induction when an object gets charged by induction, a charge is created by the influence of a charged object but not by contact with a charged object
Charging by friction electron affinity, rubbing a rubber balloon against your hair, frictional charging
Charging by induction charging by induction
Condensateur en Français
Coulomb's Law Coulomb's Law, Coulomb's Law - The law of force
Coulomb's Law Coulomb's law describes the force between two charged particles, what is Coulomb's Law
Coulomb's Law the electric force acting on a point charge q1 as a result of the presence of a second point charge q2 is given by Coulomb's Law
Coulomb’s Law Electrostatics - Coulomb law, Coulomb's Law explained, pdf file
Coulomb's Law QT movie
Coulomb's law: the law of force any two charged objects will create a force on each other. Opposite charges will produce an attractive force while similar charges will produce a repulsive force.  The greater the charges, the greater the force. The greater the distance between them, the smaller the force
Electrical energy and electrical potential
Electric charge
Electric charge basic unit of charge
Electric charge and Coulomb's law The Law of Conservation of Charge, Electrostatic charging, Why is static electricity more apparent in winter? Coulomb's law, Electric charge and Coulomb's law
Electric charge electric charge, electric charge, electrostatics, electron, proton, neutron, positive and negative ions, principle of conservation of electric charge, conductor and insulator, induced charge, point charge, Coulomb's law, coulomb, principle of superposition of forces, electric field, test charge, vector field, source point, field point
Electric field pdf file
Electric fields electric fields
Electric fields and potentials properties of electric charges
Electric field strength (field intensity) electric field strength (field intensity)
Electric force
Electric force Coulomb's law of electric force
Electric Forces and Fields
Electrical energy and electrical potential
Electrical energy and electrical potential (not the same thing!)
Electrical potential difference Electrical potential difference
Electric Blue Sparks
Electric field strength and electric potential Relationship between electric field strength and electric potential
Electroscope electroscope, Braun electroscope, The electroscope is a device that allows us to detect the presence of an electric charge
Electroscope The electroscope is a device that allows us to detect the presence of an electric charge
Electroscope Gold Leaf Electroscopes
Electroscope an electroscope is a device to determine or measure the presence of electrostatic charges. The device's operation is simply based on the Coulomb Force Law
Electroscope Electroscopes what are electroscopes, electroscopes explained, Charging an Electroscope
Electroscopes electroscopes, Two-leaf Electroscopes, Bennet-Type Electroscopes
Electrostatic potential electrostatic potential
Equipotential lines equipotential lines
Equipotential lines and electric field the equipotential lines and electric field lines around two electrically charged conductors, pdf file
Gold Leaf Electroscope 1927: NBS gold leaf electroscope
Grounding - the removal of a charge
Leyden jars Leyden jars, A Leyden jar is a device that early experimenters used to help build and store electric energy, ...
Leyden jars Leyden jars
Static electrical machines static electrical machines, Electrostatic machines are electromechanical devices that produce "static electricity", or electricity at continuous (DC) high voltage, ...
Triboelectric effect the triboelectric effect is an electrical phenomenon where certain materials become electrically charged after coming into contact with another, different, material
Triboelectricity creating charges with friction
Triboelectricity Triboelectricity

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