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## The Physics Classroom: Electric Force - Coulomb's Law Relations

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Challenge your students with this charge ranking activity from Open Source Physics (OSP). Move charges around the screen and view the resultant force vectors; rank them according to greatest charge. A real brain teaser.

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This tutorial by the same author explores the Inverse Square Law as it applies to electrostatic force.

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Visit The Physics Classroom's Flickr Galleries and enjoy a photo overview of the topic of static electricity.

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Investigate the variables associated with Coulomb's law by interacting with this EJS simulation from Open Source Physics (OSP).

The Physics Classroom: Electric Force - Coulomb's Law has teaching guide The Laboratory
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Looking for a lab that coordinates with this page? Try the Coulomb's Law Lab from The Laboratory.

The Physics Classroom: Electric Force - Coulomb's Law has teaching guide Curriculum Corner
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Practice makes perfect with this computational activity from The Curriculum Corner.

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Challenge your students with a video analysis activity in electrostatics with these two videos from LivePhoto Physics

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Demonstrate the relationship between the variables associated with Coulomb's law using this EJS simulation from Open Source Physics (OSP).

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This package of six EJS simulations from Open Source Physics (OSP) is incorrectly programmed with the intent of challenging students to identify the error. A great brain-teaser in electrostatics.

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