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  1. Beginning Physics II:Waves, Electromagnetism, Optics and Modern Physics by Alvin Halpern, 1998-06-01
  2. Physics for Kids: 49 Easy Experiments With Electricity and Magnetism (PHYSICS FOR KIDS SERIES) by Robert W. Wood, 1990-05
  3. Classical Electricity and Magnetism: Second Edition (Dover Books on Physics) by Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky, Melba Phillips, 2005-01-26
  4. Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Volume 2: Electricity, Magnetism, Light, and Elementary Modern Physics (Physics for Scientists and Engineers) by Paul A. Tipler, Gene Mosca, 2003-08-15
  5. Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Volume 2A: Electricity by Paul A. Tipler, Gene Mosca, 2003-07-10
  6. Workshop Physics Activity Guide, Module 4: Electricity and Magnetism by Priscilla W. Laws, 2004-06-07
  7. Electricity And Magnetism (Physics in Our World) by Kyle, Ph.d. Kirkland, 2007-04
  8. Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Electricity and Magnetism Light by Paul Allen Tipler, Paul A. Tipler, et all 2003-07
  9. Electricity & Thermal Physics (Nelson Advanced Science) by Mark Ellse, Chris Honeywill, 2004-06-30
  10. Electricity and Experimental Physics in Eighteenth-Century Europe (Variorum Collected Studies Series) by R. W. Home, 1992-04
  11. Beyond the Mechanical Universe: From Electricity to Modern Physics by Richard P. Olenick, Tom M. Apostol, et all 2008-02-29
  12. Physics With Illustrative Examples from Medicine and Biology: Electricity and Magnetism (Second Edition) by George B. Benedek, Felix M.H. Villars, 2000-08-25
  13. Textbook of Elementary Physics: Electricity and Magnetism by Academician G. S. Landsberg, A. Troitsky, 2000-04
  14. Understanding Physics: Volume 2: Light, Magnetism, and Electricity (Understanding Physics) by Isaac Asimov, 1969-04-01

1. A.Van Valkenburgh, Basic Electricity Physics Books Reviews
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Reviews Review No : Great self-study guide for adults who need a thorough understanding of DC and AC. Originally published for the Navy in 1954 (the excellent drawings and illustrations all have the the campy look of tha...

2. Junior Scientist The Power To Learn
electricity physics 1. Molcules and Bonds So you re here to learnabout bonding. First you need to learn why atoms bond together.
Electricity Physics 1
Molcules and Bonds:
So you're here to learn about bonding. First you need to learn why atoms bond together. We use a concept called "Happy Atoms." We figure most atoms want to be happy.
The idea behind happy atoms is that atomic shells like to be full. That's it. If you are an atom and you have a shell... You want your shell to be full. Some atoms have too many electrons (one or two extra). These atoms like to give up their electrons. Some atoms are really close to having a full shell. Those atoms go around looking for other atoms who want to give up an electron.
Simple, right? Let's take a look at some examples...
If you've been keeping up with , you know about the 2-8-8 rule. The first shell is filled with 2 electrons, the second is filled with 8 electrons, and the third is filled with 8 (for the first 18 elements).
As we continue you can see that sodium (Na) and magnesium (Mg) have a couple of extra electrons. They, like all atoms, want to be happy. They have two possibilities. (1) They can try to get eight electrons to fill up their third shell. Or (2) they give up a few electrons and have a filled second shell. For them it's easier to give up a few electrons.
What a coincidence! There are other atoms who are interested in getting a few extra electrons...

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4. The Physics Classroom
Static electricity. Numerous electrostatic phenomena are cleverly illustratedusing animations which depict the movement of electrons
Multimedia Physics Studio Static Electricity Inducing a Positive Charge on a Sphere Charging a Two-Sphere System by Induction ... Grounding a Negatively- Charged Electroscope
Static Electricity
Numerous electrostatic phenomena are cleverly illustrated using animations which depict the movement of electrons and the accumulation of excess electric charge on various objects.

5. Revising Electricity Revision
Basic circuit theory as part of an extensive physics site.
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electricity, Magnetism, and Optics tutoring page containing animations, interactive exercises, answers to questions, etc. Topics covered electricity, magnetism, optics, electrostatics, electric
- Select a Topic - Measurements Electrostatics Electric Fields Electric Flux Electric Potential Capacitance Current and Resistance Electrical Circuits (DC) Magnetism Sources of Magnetic Fields Magnetism in Matter Electromagnetic Induction Electrical Circuits (AC) Maxwell's Equations Electromagnetic Waves Reflection, Refraction, Polarization Optical Instruments: Mirrors and Lenses Interference Diffraction
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Created by: Johnny Erickson On this page you will find the following resources:
  • A "Collection of Previously Asked Questions and Their Answers" (ordered by topics as below) Useful References, such as: units, tables, relevant formulas, basic equations, graphs, pictures, online practice exercises, etc. (within the topics below) Electricity, Magnetism, and Optics Links

SMILE PROGRAM physics INDEX. The SMILE website is hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology. The following is a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons. The physics lessons are divided into the following categories Matter, Mechanics, Fluids, electricity Magnetism, Waves Magnet. Bouncing Superball physics part 1 by Porter W
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  • Introduction to the Periodic Table by Estellvenia Sanders - Chicago Vocational
  • Tempting Temperatures by Marjorie Fields - Ella Flagg Young
  • Air: Demonstrating Its Presence and Effects by Porter Johnson - Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Density by Marilyn Martello - Clinton
  • Air Movement by Lisa C. Ingram - Frederick Douglass Middle Academy
  • Gases Lighter and Heavier than Air by Bonnie Anderson - Libby School Annex
  • States of Matter by Kathleen Moore - O. W. Holmes
  • Temperature by Jackie Baker - Crown Community Academy
  • Exploring the Properties of Matter in the Preschool by Lorraine Watt - Brian Piccolo Elementary School
  • The Air Out There by Gladys Allen - Louis Wirth Experimental School
  • Comparing Densities of Different Liquids by Elaine Messal - Henry Clay Elementary
  • The Three States Of Matter by Sharon R. West - Edward Hurley
  • Solids, liquids and gases
  • 8. Physics - Electrical Energy In The Home
    of Meters a Java Applet from Contemporary College physics Simulation Library Universityhttp//
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    8.3 Electrical Energy in the Home
    General information
    The history of electricity Society's dependence on electricity Electricity and electric circuits ... Electrical Safety
    General information ELECTRICAL ENERGY IN THE HOME - course notes from Purplish Hue, St Francis Xavier's College, Hamilton, NSW
    8.3 Electrical Energy in the Home - from HSC Physics, UNSW
    OVERLOAD - problem based learning activity about household wiring from Problem-Based Learning at the University of Delaware
    8.3 Electrical Energy in the Home - resources assembled for this topic by Richard Newbury at The University of New South Wales
    8.3 ELECTRICAL ENERGY IN THE HOME - a unit of work developed by Master of Teaching students at The University of Sydney
    Physics (Electrical Energy) - from the Secondary Science Distance Education Centre, includes links to applets suitable for this topic

    9. Select Physics Topics
    This physics online ebook covers basic physics from Newton's laws to electricity and magnetism. Lots of applets and animation included.

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    10. Ippex Online
    the interactive plasma physics education experience topics about physics ranging from electricity, magnetism, energy, and especially fusion plasma physics. the first fully interactive www The Interactive Shockwave physics Modules Macromedia Flash and Shockwave required for all pages. introduce you to many of the basic concepts involved with electricity and Magnetism
    THE INTERNET PLASMA PHYSICS EDUCATION EXPERIENCE home contact search Information Home Mission Science Education At PPPL Education About Fusion Interactive Physics Virtual Tokamak Ask a Physicist ... Fusion Data Analysis Support The Crew Site Map Search
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    Matter: In this module we will learn the difference between atoms, ions, elements and molecules. We will explore what kinds of changes occur in matter. Here is where we learn about the structures and properties of the four states of matter, including plasma. This module will introduce you to many of the basic concepts involved with Electricity and Magnetism. We will introduce you to static charge, moving charge, voltage, resistance, and current. We will learn about the properties of magnets and how magnets are used to produce electric current. Energy: Energy is often defined as "the ability to do work." In this module we will see how energy flows through different states as it affects our world. You can also work on an experiment to see how much energy it takes to boil water! We will get a feeling for the vast scale of energy; from heating a single atom to the energy in our galaxy.

    11. Physics Demonstrations - Electricity
    disconnects. It could serve as an introduction to a discussion of thephysics of plasmas (ionized gases) and electrical breakdown. If
    ELECTRICITY Although electricity contains many parallels with motion, it involves a fundamentally different force. Electricity is the study of the motion and effect of charges just as mechanics is the study of the motion and effect of masses. The subject of electricity was placed on a firm quantitative basis by the Scottish mathematician and physicist, James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), whose four equations encompass all electromagnetic phenomena. When Einstein, a generation later, upset almost all of "classical physics," Maxwell's equations survived untouched. Electrical demonstrations, especially those involving very high voltages, constitute some of the most spectacular in the whole of physics.
    Electrical Safety Considerations
    Pulsed currents such as one might encounter with the discharge of a Van de Graaff generator or other charged capacitance present special considerations. One can endure currents that would otherwise be lethal if the duration is short enough. For pulses of less than a few seconds duration, the relevant quantity is the square of the current integrated over the time of the pulse. Values of I t greater than about 0.01 A

    12. Light And Matter: Educational Materials For Physics And Astronomy
    Free introductory physics textbooks for the high school or college level, available as large pdf files to download. Topics available are Newtonian physics, conservation laws, vibrations and waves, electricity and magnetism, optics and modern physics.
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    13. Electricity (Physics Study Guide) - Wikibooks
    electricity (physics Study Guide). From Wikibooks, the free textbook project.
    Electricity (Physics Study Guide)
    From Wikibooks, the free textbook project.
    Physics Study Guide Linear Motion Force Momentum ... Thermodynamics Electricity Optics Greek alphabet edit
    F = (kq q )/r The force resulting from two nearby charges is equal to k times charge one times charge two divided by the square of the distance between the charges. E = F/q The electric field created by a charge is equal to the force generated divided by the charge E = (kq)/r Electric field is equal to a constant, “k”, times the charge divided by the square of the distance between the charge and the point in question. U = (kq q )/r Electric potential energy is equal to a constant, “k” multiplied by the two charges and divided by the distance between the charges.
    F: Force (N)
    k: a constant, 99 (N•m /C
    q charge one (C)
    q charge two (C)
    r: distance between the two charges, (m)
    Electricity acts as if all matter were divided into three categories:
  • Conductors (allow electric current to flow with little resistance) Insulators (do not allow electric current to flow) Semiconductors (let some electric current flow but with resistance)
  • * (There are also superconductors, which allow current to flow with no resistance. However these have only be produced in relatively extreme laboratory conditions such as temperatures approaching absolute zero).

    14. A. C. M. De Queiroz Links
    A list of links for electrostatic machines, history of physics and electricity, high voltage devices, and electronics.
    Some interesting links that I have found:
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    • Electrostatic Machines that I have built, machines built by others, and extensive materials, with many pictures and full references, about most of the known types of electrostatic machines. Raios Artificiais ", na UFRJ em 2002. Science Hobbist page. Includes some items about electrostatic machines. Theater of Electricity , at the Museum of Science, Boston, USA. The first large Van de Graaff generator, built in the 1930's, is now there. Many good pictures and informations on-line. The Gemmary sells old scientific instruments and books. There is also an interesting forum on old instruments. PV Scientific Instruments sells electrostatic machines and other devices. Has also reprints of old books.

    15. Physics Demonstrations - Introduction
    physics demonstrations, descriptions, discussions of the physics, and hazards to avoid. Groupings are light, magnetism, electricity, sound, heat, and motion.
    A Sourcebook for
    Teachers of Physics
    Julien C. Sprott
    Julien C. Sprott
    In the matter of physics, the first lessons should contain nothing but what is experimental and interesting to see. A pretty experiment is in itself often more valuable than twenty formulae extracted from our minds. Albert Einstein A. Moszkowski, Conversations with Einstein , page 67, Horizon Press (1970).
    This preliminary, partial manuscript represents a work in progress. A much more extensive, heavily illustrated, and up-to-date version is scheduled for publication by University of Wisconsin Press in early 2005. You may copy this material for your personal use. Further distribution or commercial use requires permission of the author.
    The demonstrations and other descriptions of procedures and use of equipment in this book have been compiled from sources believed to be reliable and to represent the best opinion on the subject as of 1990. However, no warranty, guarantee or representation is made by the author as to the correctness or sufficiency of any information herein. The author does not assume any responsibility or liability for the use of the information herein, nor can it be assumed that all necessary warnings and precautionary measures are contained in this publication. Other or additional information or measures may be required or desirable because of particular or exceptional conditions or circumstances, or because of new or changed legislation. Teachers and demonstrators must develop and follow procedures for the safe performance of the demonstrations in accordance with local regulations and requirements.

    16. U.C. Berkeley Physics Lecture Demonstrations
    Properties of Heat and Matter. electricity and Magnetism. Optics. Modern and Contemporary physics. Astronomy and Perception Links to Other physics Sites. How to Order Demonstrations
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    17. Open Physics - Complete Physics Course For College Level
    Win Twopart physics course on two CDs covering mechanics, thermodynamics and molecular physics, mechanical oscillations and waves, electricity and magnetism, optics, and quantum physics. From OpenTeach Group.
    Open Physics 1.1 (Parts I and II, 2 CD-ROMs) Open Physics 1.1 is a complete multimedia course in Physics, comprised of interactive simulations and problems that help students understand the essence of various physical laws. A unique e-Learning product, Open Physics 1.1 offers users an opportunity to study Physics on their own, mastering this discipline via their home computers. Open Physics 1.1 is ideal for high school, college, and university students, as well as for independent study of Physics. It features a large number of interactive simulations and follow-up problems for independent study. Open Physics 1.1 is a powerful teaching tool, valuable for Physics instructors as well as for their students. Our dynamic interactive simulations are based on precise mathematical models of physical phenomena, and are completely realistic. Users can alter the simulations' parameters, and observe the variations that occur due to changes in one of the variables. Open Physics 1.1 includes a variety of follow-up problems and an instant feedback function to facilitate students' comprehension of scientific concepts. Open Physics 1.1

    18. Wave-Guide: Glossary Containing EMF/EMR Terminology
    sources, but started with material from an old physics textbook physics A Modern 4thed. Grob, ©;1977 McGraw Hill, Inc.; Warning The electricity Around You
    Glossary A B C D ... W If you can't find it here, try Miriam Webster
    Absolute temperature scale
    Another name for the Kelvin
    Absolute zero
    The lowest possible temperature according to the kinetic theory; all molecular motions cease.
    The change in instantaneous velocity divided by the time interval over which the change occurs.
    Acceptable risk
    The cost in human life is justified, given the economic benefit.
    Action and reaction, law of
    (Newton's third law) When A exerts a force on B, B will exert a force on A equal in magnitude but opposite in direction to the force which A exerts on B.
    The medium hypothesized by nineteenth-century physicists for the propagation of light; relative to an observer at rest with respect to the aether, the speed of light was thought to be c = 3 x 10 m/sec.
    Alternating current (AC)
    An electrical current that changes its direction of flow with a certain periodicity. For example, 60-cycle AC is an electrical current that changes its direction of flow 60 times per second. Also loosely used as a synonym for any current or field that varies with time.
    Ampere (Amp, A)

    19. Ippex Online - Main
    the interactive plasma physics education experience topics about physics rangingfrom electricity, magnetism, energy, and especially fusion plasma physics
    THE INTERNET PLASMA PHYSICS EDUCATION EXPERIENCE home contact search Education About Fusion Interactive Shockwave Physics Virtual Tokamak Ask a Physicist ... Fusion Data Analysis Information Home Mission Science Education At PPPL PPPL Home Support Search The Crew Site Map Welcome to IPPEX! The Interactive Plasma Physics Education Experience Something for everyone: electricity, magnetism, energy an fusion. Use the menu on the left. This site contains Interactive Plasma Physics Topics, ranging from electricity, magnetism, energy, and fusion. Please visit the " Virtual Tokamak " and our " Virtual Magnetic Stability Module " to learn about Plasma and Fusion Containment. Interactive Shockwave Physics Virtual Magnetic Stability Module Ask a Physicist Questions Virtual Tokamak ... Virtual Tokamak Controls New! To view our Shockwave Supported Site, please click on

    20. Historical Beginnings Of Theories Of Electricity And Magnetism
    A lecture from professor Michael Fowler at U of Virginia. Long and detailed.

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