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  1. Physics With Illustrative Examples from Medicine and Biology: Electricity and Magnetism (Second Edition) by George B. Benedek, Felix M.H. Villars, 2000-08-25
  2. Principles of electricity and electromagnetism (International series in pure and applied physics) by Gaylord Probasco Harnwell, 1949
  3. Electricity and Magnetism (Berkeley Physics Course, Vol. 2) by Edward M. Purcell, 1984-08-01
  4. Electricity and Magnetism Science Fair Projects (Physics Science Projects Using the Scientific Method) by Robert Gardner, 2010-01
  5. Beginning Physics II:Waves, Electromagnetism, Optics and Modern Physics by Alvin Halpern, Erich Erlbach, 1998-06-01
  6. Classical Electricity and Magnetism: Second Edition (Dover Books on Physics) by Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky, Melba Phillips, 2005-01-26
  7. Quantum Electronics for Atomic Physics (Oxford Graduate Texts) by Warren Nagourney, 2010-06-11
  8. Electricity & Magnetism (Fundamental Physics) by Gerard Cheshire, 2006-08
  9. Semiconductor Physics and Applications (Series on Semiconductor Science and Technology, 8) by M. Balkanski, R. F. Wallis, 2000-11-09
  10. Electricity and Magnetism Simulations: The Consortium for Upper Level Physics Software by Robert Ehrlich, 1995-06
  11. Electricity And Magnetism (Physics in Our World) by Kyle, Ph.d. Kirkland, 2007-04
  12. Electricity in the 17th and 18th Century: A Study of Early Modern Physics by J. L. Heilbron, 1979-06
  13. Semiconductor Device Physics and Design (Series on Integrated Circuits and Systems) by Umesh Mishra, Jasprit Singh, 2007-12-13
  14. Nuclear Fusion: Half a Century of Magnetic Confinement Fusion Research (Series on Plasma Physics) by C.M. Braams, P.E. Stott, 2002-06-20

1. Physics Regents Review - Electricity
Physics Regents Review Electricity current, voltage, resistance, Ohm'slaw, series parallel circuits, work and power Return to Review Index.

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4. GCSE Physics Revision Heat Light Sound Electricity
Physics. Electricity Introduction. Electricity comes in two forms Current ElectricityUsually flows in wires; Usually comes from batteries or the mains.
Electricity ...
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Electricity Introduction
Electricity comes in two forms:
  • Current Electricity
      Usually flows in wires Usually comes from batteries or the mains. Can be made to useful work.
    Static Electricity
      Not often useful Comes from rubbing clothes Also comes from rubbing raindrops! If it flows it is as a spark
    There are key words with current electricity:
    • Amps - the Volts -the push which makes the electricity around Coulombs - the amount of electricity which is flowing Resistance - how difficult it is for the electricity to flow. Alternating Current -electricity that goes back and forward Direct Current- electricity that only flows in one direction.

5. Physics Demonstrations - Introduction
This site contains Interactive Plasma physics Topics, ranging from electricity, magnetism, energy, and fusion.
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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. Since progress has been minimal since 1990 and since a publisher was never identified, it was decided to put the manuscript on the World Wide Web for the benefit of physicists and physics teachers who want to improve their use of demonstrations in teaching and popularizing physics. You may copy it 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.

6. Physics Demonstrations - Electricity
very high voltages, constitute some of the most spectacular in the whole of physics.Electrical Safety Considerations. The use of electricity in demonstrations
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

SMILE PROGRAM physics INDEX 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,
The SMILE website is hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology
The Physics lessons are divided into the following categories: Matter Mechanics Fluids Waves, Sound and Optics , and Miscellaneous
  • 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. Multimedia Physics Studios - Table Of Contents
    can be found at this same site in The physics Classroom. Circular, Satellite and RotationalMotion Special Relativity Static electricity Waves, Sound and
    Welcome to the
    Multimedia Physics Studios
    The Multimedia Physics Studios consists of a collection of GIF animations and accompanying explanations of major physics concepts. The animations cover common physics principles discussed in a first-year high school physics course. The animation and discussion have been written specifically for high school physics students. While the animations provide a strong visual reinforcement of physics concepts, they are not interactive. Interactive Shockwave animations are currently under construction; an initial preview of such files can be found at the Shockwave Physics Studios . Related information and discussion of physics concepts can be found at this same site in The Physics Classroom
    1-Dimensional Kinematics
    Newton's Laws Vectors and Projectiles ... Shockwave Animations
    GIF Animations
    1-Dimensional Kinematics

    9. Physics Demonstrations, Science Exhibits (Bill B's Homepages)
    Part of Bill Beaty's amateur scientist pages. Includes many links to his and other demonstration sources.Category Science physics Education Demonstrations...... Join the PIRA Webring Previous Next List Sites. BILL B'S SCIENCE EDUCATION ARTICLES.BAD K6 physics Page; Explaining electricity with colored plastic sheets.


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    William J. Beaty, Seattle, WA This PIRA Webring site owned by Bill Beaty
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    10. Ippex Online
    electricity and magnetism, click on the arrow to start your journey! home about fusion - interactive physics - ask
    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
    Electricity and Magnetism
    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. Magnetism and how it relates to electricity will also be presented. To navigate through out this module you will often use the right arrow that will be in all lessons. There is also a "file cabinet" which lets you jump from one module to another. The choices in the menu will let you jump to other parts of the IPPEX web site. The "Shockwave" Plug-in is required to use this module. You can get the Plug-in from the

    11. Physics Zone Lessons On Electricity
    . Type. Moving Charges electricity.electricity Intro/ Review, This is a introduction......Lessons on electricity. Name.

    12. Physics Zone Lessons On Electricity
    Moving Charges electricity. electricity Intro/ Review. This is a introduction Mouse / Cheese Analogy. If electricity seems to be a...... Lessons on electricity. Name.

    13. Physics - Electrical Energy In The Home
    8.3 Electrical Energy in the Home ELECTRICAL ENERGY IN THE HOME course notes from Purplish Hue, St Francis Xavier's College, Hamilton, NSW au/~ emeryrg/ electric. science/ physics/ physics_ electrical. html. Interactive Java Tutorials - from Molecular Expressions electricity and
    UniServe Science Physics Table of Contents
    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

    14. Electricity - Physics Daily Demo
    Super sparker. Snap, crackle, jump. Static electricity. Electrostatic dancers.Electroscope. Connected speakers. Energy. Don't touch. Streamers. Close encounters. Demo Final/electricity/
    Super sparker Snap, crackle, jump Static electricity Electrostatic dancers ... Electroscope Connected speakers Energy Don't touch Streamers Close encounters

    15. Ippex Online - Main
    The site "allows students and teachers to participate remotely in scientific research at America's Category Science physics Education Nuclear and Particle physics......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

    16. GCSE Physics Revision
    GCSE physics revison notes especially on electricity and Magnetism Series circuits. Static electricity. GCSE physics revision guides

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    G C S E subject: English Maths Biology Chemistry ... coursework online! Welcome to the Physics section of project GCSE. In the Physics section we cover 6 main areas of notes. These are: Electricity and magnetism, forces and motion, waves, the earth and beyond, energy and radioactivity. We also have a small section of GCSE physics revision guides.
    Revision guides.
    Memory joggers! Magnetic poles? NASA!
    orth A nd S outh A ttract! Colours of the prism: R ichard R ed O f O range Y ork Y ellow G ave G reen B attle B lue I n I ndigo V ain V iolet The order of the planets
    M y M ercury V ery V enus E nergetic E arth M um M ars J ust J upiter S wam S aturn U nder U ranus N orth N eptune P ier P luto Memory joggers by Sarah Greenwood and Hayley Cross. If you have a great way of remembering something, please tell us about it!
    Electricity and magnetism. These notes include many of the formulae you will be expected to know for your exam. Check with you teacher how many of them you will need to know but you will probably be expected to be able to use all of them if they are given in the exam.

    17. GCSE Physics: Electricity Menu
    Basic circuit theory as part of an extensive physics site.Category Science Technology Electronics Tutorials......physics electricity. Ad Make physics Earth Universe electricityEnergy Forces motion General Radioactivity Waves OTHER SECTIONS
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    Revision Tips This can be a difficult topic. Here you can learn all about it. Atoms Circuits Circuit Symbols Current Electricity ... kWh New in varying resistance and the effects of length and area, as well as variable resistors If you're looking for something specific, try the Physics Index or Glossary A P Harmsworth

    18. GCSE Physics Tutorial On Current Electricity
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    19. Electricity And Magnetism
    electricity and Magnetism Capacitance; Electromagnetic Thermoelectricity;Transformers; Voltaic Cells Back to physics Demonstrations' Home Page.
    Electricity and Magnetism
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  • 20. GWC PHYSICS - Standard Grade/Using Electricity Study Guide
    STANDARD GRADE. USING electricity STUDY GUIDE. Section 2 Alternatingand Direct USING electricity STUDY GUIDE. Section 1 From The Wall
    STUDY GUIDE Section 1
    FROM THE WALL SOCKET Electricity is very important in the modern world. It is used in offices, factories, hospitals and for transport. In this section you will be thinking about the safe use of electricity in the home. At the end of the section you should be able to:
      1. state what type of energy is supplied from the mains and describe the energy changes in household appliances 2. state the power ratings of some household appliances 3. choose the correct flex for an appliance if you are told the power rating of the appliance 4. explain why there is a fuse in a plug 5. choose the correct fuse for an appliance 6. state the colours of the live, the neutral and the earth wires 7. tell which wires should be connected to the terminals in plugs, lampholders and extension sockets 8. state that the human body conducts electricity and describe how water affects its conductivity 9. state the purpose of an earth wire

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