An activity based chapter discussing the concept of Electric Potential. It is part of Spiral Physics, a research based introductory physics curriculum developed at Monroe Community College with partial funding from the National Science Foundation. The workbook is designed for use in an active learning environment. Topics are arranged such that students receive repeated exposure to concepts over an extended time interval, each time with an incremental increase in complexity. The workbook emphasizes multiple representations in problem solving, and goal-less problem statements.
%0 Electronic Source %A D'Alessandris, Paul %D June 15, 2007 %T Electric Potential - Concepts and Principles (Calculus-based) %V 2014 %N 10 March 2014 %8 June 15, 2007 %9 application/pdf %U http://web.monroecc.edu/manila/webfiles/spiral/6.ElectricPotential.pdf
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