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Faraday's Law JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Faraday's Law JavaScript Model shows how a changing magnetic flux creates an electromotive force (an emf), -dφ/dt = emf. The magnetic flux φ is a measure of the amount of…
  
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These pages describe a dynamo process that creates the magnetic fields of the Earth and the Sun. Flows of electrically conducting material through existing magnetic fields produces…
  
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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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The Physlet Physics Section 5: Electromagnetism provides a technology-enhanced introduction to topics in introductory E&M. Interactive javascript simulations are used to illustrate…
  
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C. Baily, S. Pollock, M. Dubson, and N. Finkelstein
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This web site contains a complete suite of resources suitable for the second semester of an undergraduate electricity and magnetism class. The materials developed include a suite of…
  
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This web page contains information about the physics behind electric guitars. It includes outlines of both the production of sound by the guitar strings and the magnetic pickups that…
  
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This video demonstration illustrates Faraday's and Lenz's Law. A steel ball and a spherical magnet are dropped through a copper pipe. The difference in time for the balls to fall…
  
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S. Pollock and S. Chasteen; Publisher: Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado
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This is a collection of resources for teaching electrodynamics. Included are homework questions, concept tests, student tutorials, and information about common student difficulties…
  
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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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This web site provides educational resources for learning and teaching electronics that promote student discussion and individual research. The web site contains essays that describe…
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