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An animated gif that shows what happens when a loop is pushed into a magnetic field. There are graphs that are created as... see more

A Keynote Presentation exported to a clickable quicktime movie. This presentation demonstrates how to solve an electric... see more

The UVA Virtual Lab is a collection of more than fifty presentations on microelectronics,  nanotechnology, and the... see more

This web page contains a series of animations and simulations related to vector fields and vector calculus. Topics... see more

Learning object repository for science teachers (biology, physics, mathematics). You will find flash animations and... see more

An evolving and growing collecion of 3-D animations for introductory Electricity and Magnetism

These visualizations are part of the Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) Studio project at MIT. It contains a wide... see more

A set of fully rendered, three-dimensional animations of the electromagnetic fields associated with a variety of dynamic... see more

(From the author) The following movies show animated plots of various frequency-dependent electrical features of... see more

(From the author) These short 3-D QuickTime movies of electric and magnetic fields in space were created to accompany the... see more

Animated gif depicts the induction process. Includes lengthy discussion.

Tutorial and applet demonstrates Ohm's Law.

Physlet demonstrates the relationship between current and voltage in a simple circuit.

Physlet of an LRC applet. Frequency of the AC source is user-defined.

Physlet demonstrates the current, voltage, and power of a simple LRC circuit.

A physlet of a simple AC circuit. Frequency is user-defined.

Physlet demonstrates current, voltage, and power of an AC circuit.

An online demonstration of a multimeter

This java applet will show you physics properties of an R-L-C circuit driven by a harmonic voltage source.