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This series of films explores a broad range of subjects in superconductivity, featuring interviews with leading world... see more

This interactive tutorial illustrates the directional relationships between induced magnetic fields, voltage, and current... see more

Clouds and the ground can act in unison to mimic a huge natural capacitor. This tutorial shows how the collisions of dust... see more

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.

This Java applet is intended to show you how a system of a resistor, a capacitor and an inductor react with one another... see more

Explore the effects of induced electromagnetic fields on the orientation of a compass. A virtual switch is provided to... see more

This java applet covers Biot-Savart Law, Magnetic Field of a Solenoid, constant magnetic fields, electromagnetism,... see more

This java applet covers Magnetic fields from current sources, Biot-Savart law, current, long straight wires (LSW).... see more

This java applet covers Magnetic fields from current sources, Faraday's law, induced current, induced voltage, induced... see more

This assignment covers Magnetic field produced by a current segment, Biot-Savart law, and long straight wire.... see more

This assignment covers Magnetic field produced by a current segment, Magnetic field, Lenz's law, induced EMF, induced... see more

Applet is designed to test users on their understanding of basic circuits.

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

Applet calculates and plots the output characteristics of an n-channel (enhancement-mode) MOSFET. Try to change the... see more

A collection of physlet-based illustrations or simulations, with related worksheets, for introductory physics as the high... see more

This illustration of a circuit is used to demonstrate how the current in a circuit is directly proportional to the... see more

A self-graded quiz on basic fluid dynamics, waves, and electrostatics from the first semester of an algebra-based... see more

A self-graded quiz on basic electromagnetim and optics from the second semester of an algebra-based introductory physics... see more

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

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