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A series of ideas and magnetic models for teachers to make, including a levitating magnet.
A great resource covering the basics of electricity, magnetism, X-rays and sound.
Experimental instruction sheets of a mainly good standard, suitable for School Students.
Brief definitions for topics related to magnets incluging electromagnets, hysteresis and magnetism.
A series of lectures by Prof Lewin at MIT.
A vast number of lecture demonstrations which cover a wide area.
Good revision summary for UK A Level standard. Covers topics such as magnetic fields, Fleming's left hand rule, Hall Effect etc.
Animations, film clips and interactive tutorials on physics concepts, covering mechanics, waves and sound, and electricity and magnetism. Great for self study or revision for undergraduate students.
Ising is a simple model of magnetism. It simulates a ferromagnet using two-dimensional array of interacting spins at fixed temperature and magnetic field.
This represents a course delivering Electrostatics, Magnetism, DC Circuits, Light and some problems.This could be a useful resource to the right person - probably an adult wanting to learn about ...
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