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Electric Field of a Set of Random Point Sources
The contour plots represent the electric field of a set of random point sources of electric charge, which generate some very pretty abstract patterns. The curves show equipotential surfaces.
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Enrique Zeleny
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Charge
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Dropping a Test Charge into an Electric Field
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Electric Field
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Equipotential Curve
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Electric Field of a Set of Random Point Sources
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ElectricFieldOfASetOfRandomPointSources/
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Published: August 10, 2012
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