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Requires Internet Explorer 5.0. (A Netscape version is also available separately on MERLOT.) Applet and tutorial includes... see more

Scroll bar sets a negative bias voltage. Applet simulates the resulting motion of carriers into the p-type region.

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

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

Applet and tutorial, with references, quiz, worksheet, and SPICE model.

This rectifier example uses the IV Applet to show non-ohmic circuit behavior. You can vary the source frequency using a... see more

This is a self-test for students covering DC circuits. It has questions on Ohm's law, parallel circuits, series circuits,... see more

An applet for displaying the properties and operations of a DC generator.

This applet provides virtual batteries along with AND, OR, NAND, NOR, NOT, EOR, ENOR gates, LED lights, push on, push... see more

This Java applet shows a direct current electrical motor which is reduced to the most important parts for clarity.... see more

Web assignment is based on a Shockwave simulation by The Article 19 Group. User is asked basic questions about energy... see more

This simulation deals with an electromagnetic oscillating circuit, consisting of a capacitor (center) and an inductor... see more

Capacitors are simple devices designed to store electric charges. This tutorial explores how variations in capacitor... see more

Applet and tutorial, including a worksheet, quiz, references, and SPICE model.

Includes a link to a SPICE device model for junction diode.

Illustrates Kirchhoff's rules by means of a 4 resistor circuit

The operation of metal detectors is based upon the principle of electromagnetic induction. Metal detectors contain one or... see more

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

Physlet demonstrates the current, voltage, and power and its relationship to impedence/reactance. The frequency of the AC... see more

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