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Demonstrations 61 - 80 of 209
Relative Motion for Two Ions in a Penning Trap
Electromagnetic Wave Incident on a Perfect Conductor
Induction of a Sinusoidal Magnetic Field within a Coil
Fields and Poynting Vector around a Transformer
Electric and Magnetic Fields near a Transmission Line
Magnetic Fields for a Pair of Parallel Currents and for a Ring Current
The Hodgkin-Huxley Equations for Transmission of Electrical Impulses along an Axon
Electromagnetic Fields For Hertzian Dipoles
Orbit of a Test Charge in the Field of a Charged Ring
Dynamics of a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field with a Kicked Electric Field
Liénard-Wiechert Potential for Spiraling Charge
Electric Field of a Set of Random Point Sources
Dispersion of Light through a Prism
Harmonic Electric Field Applied to a Particle in an Infinite Square Well
Rikitake Model of Geomagnetic Reversal
Blue Sky and Red Sunset
Magnetic Field of a Solenoid
Simple Harmonic Motion of an Electric Dipole
How Doorbells Work
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