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Point Charge Forces in 1D Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Point Charge Forces in One-Dimension model investigates the electric force that one charged particle exerts on another. It is a very simple representation that promotes…
Three Point Charges Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Three Point Charges is an inquiry-based model for exploring the force between charged objects. Initially, the simulation sets up three charged objects, one at each corner of an…
  
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This is a step-by-step Java simulation on electrostatic induction, showing how it is possible to charge a conductor without direct contact. A conductor is placed in close proximity…
  
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This Java simulation depicts the interaction of charged particles inside the two plates of a capacitor, a device for storing electric charge. Students may place up to 12 charges in…
  
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This Java simulation shows the field pattern created by two point charges with opposite charge. Students can change the position and magnitude of charge and watch the field…
  
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This is an animation of the destruction of an electric field. It begins with five negative and five positive charges, all of equal magnitude and separated by a distance L in space.…
  
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This is an animation of the creation of an electric field through charge separation. It begins with five negative and five positive charges, all at the same point in space (no…
  
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This is an animation that shows the electric dipole field that is created when two opposite charges of equal magnitude are pulled apart. As it begins, the positive point charge is…
  
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This is an interactive 3-D simulation of the electric field of two electric charges of equal magnitude and opposite charge (an electric dipole). It was designed to promote…
  
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This animation depicts the electric field of a moving negative charge when the speed of the charge is small compared to the speed of light. It was designed to help students visualize…
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