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A collection of simulations and virtual labs focusing on first-year college physics.  PhET provides fun, interactive,... see more

This site provides a large selection of physics and math simulations. There is also fairly comprehensive explanatory... see more

This web page contains a series of animations and simulations related to Faraday's Law. It is part of the MIT TEAL... see more

The Ohm Zone's Shockwave application that allows you to build your own DC circuits and measure the voltages and... see more

A java application that functions as simple DC circuit simulator. Available components are batteries, bulbs, swithches,... see more

Illustrates electric field surrounding a positive and negative particle.

A collection of applets for demonstrating basic properties of electromagnetism.

Real-time, theory-based interactive simulations of some simple electronic circuits that look just like the schematic... see more

The simulation displays a vector field for a large set of selectable charge configurations. Equipotentials are also... see more

This applet simulates some basic experiments in magnetism and magnetic induction.

This Java applet simulates a generator which is reduced to the most important parts for clarity. Instead of an armature... see more

The Java Applet calculates the magnetization reversal of a magnetic particle assuming coherent rotation of the... see more

Shockwave tutorials on basic principles of E&M, written at the middle school level.

This web page contains a series of animations and simulations related to Electrostatics. Topics include the fields and... see more

Applet that demonstrates the use of an oscilloscope. User is given sample questions, for which the applet states whether... see more

A collection of physics java applets illustrating concepts in mechanics, light and waves, electricity and magnetism, and... see more

This applet illustrates the propagation of electromagnetic fields from a transmitter to a receiver

Composition resistors are color coded to indicate the resistance values of resistors in ohms as well as the tolerance... see more

A complete set of simulations for the second semester of a college level physics class.

A shockwave tutorial on magnetism, concentrating on the magnetic field produced by moving charges. Written at the middle... see more

This page demonstrates how CMOS transistors and basic gates work. It is intended for our computer science undergraduate... see more

This Java applet calculates the Stoner-Wohlfarth astroid for different anisotropy contributions.

Interactive tutorials based on simulations involving all topics in introductory physics.  This is developed to support... see more

You are given a choice of five different resistors and five different capacitors. You may coose any one resistor and any... see more