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Demonstrations 181 - 200 of 220
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
Designing Optical Systems
Magnetic Flux through a Loop of Wire
Dipole Fields Are Complicated
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