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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
Electric Fields for Pairs of Cylinders or Spheres
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
Showing Faraday's Law with an Oscilloscope
Electromagnetic Field Energies in Capacitors and Inductors
Single Signals in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Multiple Signals in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
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