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Electric Permittivity and Magnetic Permeability

Definitions of Electric Permittivity and Magnetic Permeability and links to related information.

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Electromagnetism

This is a site from the Thinkquest competition with good explanations on the magnetic effect of a current, the motor effect and magnetic field strength.

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Robert Hooke

Robert Hooke is one of the most neglected natural philosophers of all time. The inventor of, amongst other things, the iris diaphragm in cameras, the universal joint used in motor vehicles, the ...

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How Oscillating Sprinklers Work

A brief description of how Oscillating Sprinklers work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. Heart shaped cams, water pressure motor and mechanical linkages of the sprinkler are ...

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Visible Current

A demonstration of electric currents in a DC circuit

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Electric Dipole

Definition and links to related information.

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Cylindrical Polar Coordinates

Explanation with some applications with Schrodinger equation, electric fields and capacitors.

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Gauss' Law

The total of the electric flux out of a closed surface is equal to the charge enclosed divided by the permittivity.

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Electric Blue Sparks

How to build various types of home-made static generators. Good for science projects!

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Ridiculously Sensitive Charge Detector

Using a Field Effect Transistor (FET) to detect external electric fields. A circuit is built and tested.

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