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This is a Java simulation on electrostatic induction, showing how it is possible to charge a conductor without direct contact. A conductor is placed in close proximity to a charged…
Electric Field: What is Wrong? Package  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The EJS Electric Field: What is Wrong? Package is a collection of models for electrostatics with errors intentionally built into each model. Users can move charges around and see the…
  
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This interactive Java simulation illustrates the field pattern created by two point charges with opposite signs of charge. Users can change the position and magnitude of charge and…
  
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J. Belcher
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This is a Quicktime animation of the destruction of an electric field. It initiates with five negative and five positive charges, all of equal magnitude and separated by a distance L…
  
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J. Belcher
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This is a Quicktime animation that shows creation of an electric field through charge separation. It begins with five negative and five positive charges, all at the same point in…
  
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This is a Quicktime animation depicting the electric dipole field that is created when two opposite charges of equal magnitude are pulled apart. The item may be viewed as a video or…
  
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This is an interactive 3-D simulation of the electric field of two equal and opposite charges. The user moves an observation point around to see how the total field at various points…
  
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This is a Quicktime animation depicting electric field of a moving negative charge when the speed of the charge is small compared to the speed of light. The item may be viewed as a…
  
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This is a Quicktime animation depicting electric field of a moving positive charge when the speed of the charge is small compared to the speed of light. The item may be viewed as a…
  
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This is an animation depicting a positively-charged particle repelled by the positively-charged sphere of a van de Graaff generator. The item may be viewed as a video or in stepped…
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