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S. Goodman
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This NASA resource is a complete primer on the subject of lightning. It includes an easily understood description of the lightning discharge process, photos and text describing…
  
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This web page provides a concise, yet thorough explanation of Coulomb's Law and how it it is used to determine the electric force between charges. A Javascript calculator is…
  
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This simple applet shows five movable charges and the Coulomb force vectors on each. The user is asked to determine the relative sign and the relative sizes of each of the…
  
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This applet shows two fixed charges and the motion of a test charge with a displayed net force vector. The user is able to set the magnitude, position, and sign of the fixed charges.…
  
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This applet shows the motion of a test charge along an x-axis due to two fixed charges, and a graph of the corresponding Coulomb force. The user can choose between like unequal…
  
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This simple applet shows two fixed charges and a moveable test charge. The total Coulomb force on the test charge is displayed. The user can toggle between the fixed charges having…
  
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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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R. Morse; Publisher: Wright Center for Science Education Tufts University
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This web site contains materials regarding the scientific work of Benjamin Franklin, and lab exercises related to experiments he performed. Writings and historical observations are…
  
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This site has all the information needed to understand the operation and maintenance of Van de Graaf generators.
  
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This applet simulates the electric field and potential for various charge distributions, including point, line, dipole, spherical and other charges. There is also a simulation, with…
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