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Demonstrations 181 - 200 of 222
Electric Field Generated by Two Point Charges
Dipole Antenna Radiation Pattern
Radiation by an Accelerated Charge
Electric Fields for Three Point Charges
Linked Electric and Magnetic Fields for Source-Free Maxwell Equations
Lines of Force for Two Point Charges
Circular and Elliptic Polarization of Light Waves
Television Monitor Based on a Cathode Ray Tube
Method of Images in Electrostatics
A Simple Model of Magnetization
Creation of a Magnetic Field by an Electric Current
The Discrete Preisach Model of Hysteresis
Charged Particle in a Constant Electric Field Produced by Two Plates
Polarization of an Optical Wave through Polarizers and Wave Plates
Interaction at a Distance: The Radiation Model
Electric Potential of a Metallic Cylinder Surrounded by a Dielectric in an External Static Electric Field
Reading Hertz's Own Dipole Theory
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