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This page is an index to a set of interactive Java tutorials developed to help students understand topics in electricity and magnetism.  Topics covered include both basic topics and electric devices.
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Electricity & Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Induction
- Electromotive Force and Current
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- Magnetic Fields and Forces
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Devices, Fields, NMR, Simulations, electricity and magnetism, force and current, tutorials
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Date Metadata Instance was created March 26, 2003 by Karen Bottoms
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December 29, 2010 by Taha Mzoughi
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This resource is part of 3 Physics Front Topical Units.


Topic: Electricity and Electrical Energy
Unit Title: Electrical Charge

This collection of 50+ interactive java tutorials would be an excellent choice to connect physics to "real-world" applications.  Designed by well-respected authors, the topics range from simulated magnetic fields and field lines to primers on capacitance, resistance, Ohm's Law, and electromagnetic induction.  Included are simulations on how things work, such as vacuum tube diodes, cathode rays,  capacitors, AC/DC generators, hard drives, pulsed magnets, and speakers.

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Topic: Magnetism and Magnetic Force
Unit Title: What is Magnetism?

This collection of 41 interactive java tutorials would be an excellent choice to connect physics to "real-world" applications.  Designed by well-respected authors, the topics range from simulated magnetic fields and field lines to primers on capacitance, resistance, Ohm's Law, and electromagnetic induction.  Included are simulations on how things work, such as vacuum tube diodes, cathode rays,  capacitors, AC/DC generators, hard drives, pulsed magnets, and speakers.

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Topic: Electromagnetism and Electromagnets
Unit Title: Teaching About Electromagnetism

This collection of 41 interactive java tutorials would be an excellent choice to connect physics to "real-world" applications.  Designed by well-respected authors, the topics range from simulated magnetic fields and field lines to primers on capacitance, resistance, Ohm's Law, and electromagnetic induction.  Included are simulations on how things work, such as vacuum tube diodes, cathode rays,  capacitors, AC/DC generators, hard drives, pulsed magnets, and speakers.

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