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Charge in Magnetic Field Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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F. Hwang; Editors: R. Mohr and W. Christian
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The EJS Charge In B-Field model allows the user to simulate moving charged particles in two identical magnetic field regions separated by a zero magnetic field gap. The Charge in B…
  
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Publisher: D. Stern
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This is a non-mathematical overview of magnetism and the Earth's magnetic field, written for the 400th anniversary of William Gilbert's book "De Magnete". It includes discussions of…
  
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J. Belcher
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Michael Faraday was the first to realize that the shape of electromagnetic field lines is extraordinarily expressive of their dynamical effects. We can understand intuitively many…
  
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M. Davidson
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This page is an index to a set of interactive Java tutorials developed to help students understand topics in electricity and magnetism. Topics covered include both basic topics and…
  
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P. Falstad
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This applet simulates various magnetic sources, including a line of current, a square loop, a magnetic sphere and a solenoid. Size, number of particles, and field strength are…
  
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J. Belcher; Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Developed as a part of the MIT TEAL/Studio Physics Project, the Physics 8.02 Web site contains visualizations, course notes, and resources for MIT's Electricity and Magnetism course.…

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