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Electricity: animations and java applets: overview  see also Electronics: java: electricity
Applets d'électrostatique en Français
Électricité en Français
Electricity java applets Electricity java applets
Electricity & magnetism video animations about vector fields, electrostatics, magnetostatics, Faraday's law, light
Electricity and magnetism aspects of electricity and magnetism
Electricity and magnetism java applets Ampere's Law, the physical characteristics of electric fields, the electrostatics of a single point charge, electromagnetic oscillation, Gauss's law, Faraday's Law of electromagnetic induction, and Lenz's Law, electrical current and resistance
Electrostatique, Magnétostatique Lignes de champ, Champ dans une cavité, Interactions entre dipôles, Gaz paraélectrique, Bobines de Helmholtz, Courbe de première aimantation, Cycle d'hystérésis , statistique Machine de Wimshurst, Champ d'un dipôle, Domaines de Weiss: cas réversibe et irréversible, en Français
Electrostatics lab activities explained a collection of typical electrostatics lab activities explained by using the ability to animate what is happening with the charges
Java 1.1 Physlets
Physics, electromagnetism and quantum mechanics details the findings of Larry Spring in areas such as physics, electromagnetism and quantum mechanics
Static electricity Charging a Single Sphere by Induction Using a Negatively-Charged Object, Charging a Two-Sphere System by Induction Using a Negatively-Charged Object, Charging an Electrophorus Plate by Induction, Using a Negatively-Charged Object Charging an Electroscope by InductionUsing a Negatively-Charged Object, Grounding a Positively-Charged Electroscope, Grounding a Negatively-Charged Electroscope
Teaching electromagnetism using advanced technologies movies about Faraday's law, electrostatics, radiation, magnetostatics
Electricity: animations and java applets  see also Electronics: java: electricity
3-D potential plotter
Balloons and Static Electricity Why does a balloon stick to your sweater? Rub a balloon on a sweater, then let go of the balloon and it flies over and sticks to the sweater. View the charges in the sweater, balloons, and the wall
Battery animations Battery animations, Zinc, copper, and sulfuric acid, Zinc ion, copper ion, and iron, Voltaic Cell, Daniell cell, Lead accumulator, Fuel cell, Solar battery, Electroanalysis of water
Battery resistor circuit
Charge électrique propriétés de la charge électrique, en Français
Charge Motion In A Potential Applet to allow you to explore the concept of the superposition of forces
Charge Motion In A Potential Valley Applet designed to allow you to explore charged particle motion in an electrostatic potential "valley"
Charge par contact
Charge par contact
Charge par induction
Conductors a conductor is a material which contains movable electric charges. In metallic conductors, such as copper or aluminum, the movable charged particles are electrons
Coulomb's law
Current flow The current seems to move to the right though the electron moves to the left
Cycle d'hystérésis en Français
Cycle d'hystérésis en Français
Cyclotron The proton is accelerated in the electric field, and equal velocity yen moves in the magnetic field. It is accelerated fast by the repetition
Cyclotron A cyclotron consists of two D-shaped regions known as dees. In each dee there is a magnetic field perpendicular to the plane of the page, ...
DC vs AC
Electrical potential difference Electrical potential difference
Electric charges in Java this applet allows you to see in a graphical way concepts like electric and potential fields
Electric charges: the pith ball lets you see what happens to a suspended ball exposed to charges
Electric current
Electric field
Electric field
Electric field around an Oscillating Charge
Electric field lines
Electric field lines this applet allows the user to set up a distribution of charges, upon which the applet will show the electric potential, electric field lines, and equipotential lines. In addition, the electric force will be observed through real time interaction of charges
Electric field lines of an oscillating charge
Electric force demo to understand electric fields and electromagnetic waves, you need to know how charges (such as "negative" electrons and "positive" protons cause each other to move
Electric Potential Field due to Point Charges
Elektrisches feld von zwei ladungen in German
Elektrisch veld opgewekt door 2 puntladingen in Dutch
Elektrisch veld opgewekt door n puntladingen in Dutch
Electroscope The electroscope is a device that allows us to detect the presence of an electric charge
Electroscope Electroscopes what are electroscopes, electroscopes explained, Charging an Electroscope
Electroscope Charging an Electroscope
Electroscope The foil electroscope opens and shuts by moving the charge
Electroscope The foil electroscope opens and shuts by moving a free electron
Electroscope electroscope
Electroscope electroscope, this physlet shows an intial electroscope setup - you select the charges, the length of the string, and the masses
Electroscope electroscope
Electroscope à feuilles en Français
Electrostatic field electrostatic field
Electrostatic field electrostatic field, an electrostatics demonstration which displays the electric field in a number of situations
Electrostatics Simulation
Electric Field Lines
Field lines around charges move the two charges by dragging them with the mouse
Induction charging by induction
Insulators and Conductors
Kathodenstrahlröhre in German
Ladingen in een metaal
Lightning clouds and the ground can act in unison to mimic a huge natural capacitor. The process of evaporation and condensation of atmospheric water within clouds causes water droplets to collide with dust, ionizing radiation, and each other
Lines of force the concepts of electric force fields and lines of force
Loi de Coulomb en Français
Machine de Wimshurst en Français
Moving charge The Moving Charge applet shows the field of a moving charge, and how it is concentrated in directions perpendicular to the motion. It also shows how information only propogates at the speed of light, and shows how the accelerating charge emits radiation by the compression of electric field lines, which produces an electromagnetic wave
Ohm Zone simulator that lets you build circuitry, a tip
Photoelectric effect a freshly polished, negatively charged zinc plate looses its charge if it is exposed to ultraviolet light. This phenomenon is called the photoelectric effect
Photoelectric effect This applet shows you the effect of light on various metals
Spin Wave Demo a simple graphical depiction of spin waves on a two-dimensional lattice
Van de Graaff movie
Water Drop Experiment

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