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This web page features a collection of Easy Java Simulations developed by secondary teachers for use in introductory high school physics courses. Topics include astronomy, momentum…
Point Charge Electric Field Demo Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Point Charge Electric Field Demo model shows the electric field with multiple point charge configurations and vector field visualizations. Users can select these configurations…
Charge Falling Through a Charged Ring Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Charge Falling Through a Charged Ring model shows the dynamics of a charged ball as it is released and falls through a ring of charge. The ball and the ring can be charged with a…
Cyclotron in 3D Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This simulation illustrates the operation of a cyclotron, showing a charged particle moving through combined magnetic and electric fields. The particle, started near the center of…
Gauss' Law - Point Charge  [ Computer Program ]
  
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R. Sweeney; Editor: A. Duffy; Publisher: Boston University Physics Department
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This EJS (Easy Java Simulation) based simulation allows the user to investigate the effects of changing the radius of a Gaussian surface and of changing the charge of a point charge…
Point Charge Electric Potential Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Point Charge Electric Potential model shows the electric potential produced by N point charges. Charges can be arranged in a ring, a line, or in parallel lines and the charge Q…
Point Charge Electric Field JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian and A. Cox
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The Point Charge Electric Field JavaScript model shows the electric field from one or more point charges. The simulation displays the electric field using color-coded unit vectors…
Point Charge Electric Potential JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Point Charge Electric Potential JavaScript model shows the potential from multiple point charges. Use the add charge buttons to create additional point charges and drag them to…
  
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This web page contains a list of html 5 physics simulations created and/or used by the author in his classes. Topics covered include motion, thermodynamics, electricity and…
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Vector Fields and Flow Lines JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Vector Field and Flow Lines simulation displays a grid of arrows that show the direction of the field at each grid point. The arrow color and intensity change from light blue to…
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