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Basic electricity animations and java applets - electrostatics  related subject: Physics java: electricity
Animations et exercices en Geogebra
Charged parallel plates electric field lines and the equipotential lines, field strength
Charges and fields add terminals and "test charges" and drag things around to see how the forces change
Coulomb Put an electron into orbit around a proton
Cycle d'hystérésis en Français
Cycle d'hystérésis en Français
Déflexion électrostatique en Français
Deflection of charges a charge in an electric field experiences a force that is the product of the field strength and the charge, F = qE. Here you can see the effect of an E-field on a beam of electron
Deflection of charges
Electric field
Electric field
Electric field 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 to learn more about electric fields, charges, Coulomb
Electric field lines you can move the two charges by dragging them with the mouse. You can also change their magnitudes
Electric field due to point charge
Electric force to know how charges (such as "negative" electrons  and "positive" protons  ) cause each other to move
Electric force field the concepts of electric force fields and lines of force
Electricity & magnetism Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Faraday's Law, Light, Vector Fields
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
Elektrisches Feld von zwei Ladungen
Electrostatic Potential Place charges and watch the resulting electrostatic potential distribution
Electrostatics Electric field diagram for two point charges, this applet is designed to allow you to explore both the vector field diagram concept and the field line concept
Field and Charge Distribution in a Parallel Plate Capacitor To show how electric flux density, electric field and charge density behave in a parallel plate capacitor, optionally filled with a dielectric
Field lines in this applet you can move the two charges by dragging them with the mouse. You can also change their magnitudes (and signs) by clicking on the boxes
Galvanisch element in Dutch
How a metal detector works the operation of metal detectors is based upon the principles of electromagnetic induction
How Electricity Works How Electricity Works
Insulators and Conductors
Interactive illustrations voltage current, superposition, first order circuits, phasors
Lignes de champ en Français
Lorentz Force The Lorentz Force depends on the velocity, v, the magnetic field, B, and the charge, q. All of these parameters you can change in this applet and observe the deflection of a beam of charged particles in a magnetic field
Lorentzian lineshapes this tutorial shows the Fourier relationship between a damped oscillating exponential (a detected FT-NMR transition) and a Lorenzian function
Moving Charge This applet shows the field of a moving charge, and how it is concentrated directions perpendicular to the motion
Parallel plate equipotentials parallel plate equipotentials
Puissance en courant alternatif - cos Phy en Français
Puissance en courant alternatif - Phase, U, I, P en Français
Relations between circular motin, simple harmonic motion and wave
Resistance at the molecular level an electric conductor consists of atoms having free electrons in their outer most shells. These free electrons ordinarily move randomly from one atom to another. However, when voltage is applied across the conductor, free electrons flow from negative to positive charges

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