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Gsponer, Andre – European Journal of Physics, 2007
Faraday's and Furry's formulae for the electromagnetic momentum of static charge distributions combined with steady electric current distributions are generalized in order to obtain full agreement with Poynting's formula in the case where all fields are of class C[superscript 1], i.e., continuous and continuously differentiable, and the…
Descriptors: Energy, Magnets, Science Instruction, Motion
Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA. Harvard Project Physics. – 1968
Test items relating to Project Physics Unit 4 are presented in this booklet. Included are 70 multiple-choice and 22 problem-and-essay questions. Concepts of light and electromagnetism are examined on charges, reflection, electrostatic forces, electric potential, speed of light, electromagnetic waves and radiations, Oersted's and Faraday's work,…
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Electricity, Instructional Materials, Light
Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA. Harvard Project Physics. – 1968
Optical and electromagnetic fundamentals are presented in this fourth unit of the Project Physics text for use by senior high students. Development of the wave theory in the first half of the 19th Century is described to deal with optical problems at the early stage. Following explanations of electric charges and forces, field concepts are…
Descriptors: Course Content, Electricity, Instructional Materials, Magnets
Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA. Harvard Project Physics. – 1968
Seven experiments and 40 activities are presented in this handbook. The experiments are related to Young's experiment, electric forces, forces on currents, electron-beam tubes, and wave modulation and communication. The activities are primarily concerned with aspects of scattered and polarized light, colors, image formation, lenses, cameras,…
Descriptors: Electricity, Instructional Materials, Laboratory Experiments, Laboratory Manuals
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Jenkins, Tudor – Physics Education, 2005
The development of studies in semiconductor materials is traced from its beginnings with Michael Faraday in 1833 to the production of the first silicon transistor in 1954, which heralded the age of silicon electronics and microelectronics. Prior to the advent of band theory, work was patchy and driven by needs of technology. However, the arrival…
Descriptors: Microelectronics, Quantum Mechanics, Physics, Teaching Methods
New York Inst. of Tech., Old Westbury. – 1970
Four study segments of the Self-Paced Physics Course materials are presented in this eighth problems and solutions book used as a part of course assignments. The content is related to magnetic induction, Faraday's law, induced currents, Lenz's law, induced electromotive forces, time-varying magnetic fields, self-inductance, inductors,…
Descriptors: College Science, Electricity, Instructional Materials, Magnets
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Pocovi, M. Cecilia – Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 2007
Many students in physics courses fail to achieve a desired conceptual change because they assign an incorrect ontology to the to-be-learned concept. This situation has been detected in previous research for the case of field lines: many college students assign material properties to the lines and describe them, for example, as tubes that contain…
Descriptors: Physics, College Students, Scientific Concepts, Concept Formation
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Trumper, Ricardo; Gelbman, Moshe – Physics Education, 2000
Describes a microcomputer-based laboratory experiment designed for high school students that very accurately analyzes Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, addressing each variable separately while the others are kept constant. (Author/CCM)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Electricity, Physics, Science Activities
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Davies, G. R. – Physics Teacher, 1990
Eleven demonstrations of light polarization are presented. Each includes a brief description of the apparatus and the effect demonstrated. Illustrated are strain patterns, reflection, scattering, the Faraday Effect, interference, double refraction, the polarizing microscope, and optical activity. (CW)
Descriptors: College Science, Demonstrations (Educational), Higher Education, Laboratory Procedures
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Gordon, Kurtiss J. – American Journal of Physics, 1978
Exercises for introductory to intermediate level college students are proposed. Observations of pulsars can be used to illustrate the phenomena of dispersion and Faraday rotation of radio waves, and to illustrate the differential rotation of the galaxy. (BB)
Descriptors: Astronomy, College Science, Higher Education, Instructional Materials
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Reines, F.; Ballard, R. – American Journal of Physics, 1973
Describes the pedagogical use of a 12.0m x 1.0m x 0.8m electromagnet to demonstrate the properties of magnetostatic fields and the Faraday-Henry induction law. (CC)
Descriptors: College Science, Demonstrations (Educational), Electricity, Equipment Utilization
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Jewett, John W., Jr. – Physics Teacher, 1991
Describes science demonstrations with light-emitting diodes that include electrical concepts of resistance, direct and alternating current, sine wave versus square wave, series and parallel circuits, and Faraday's Law; optics concepts of real and virtual images, photoresistance, and optical communication; and modern physics concepts of spectral…
Descriptors: Electricity, High Schools, Learning Activities, Light
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Jones, Edwin R., Jr.; Childers, Richard L. – Physics Teacher, 1984
Discusses the development of the concept of atomicity and some of the many which can be used to establish its validity. Chemical evidence, evidence from crystals, Faraday's law of electrolysis, and Avogadro's number are among the areas which show how the concept originally developed from a purely philosophical idea. (JN)
Descriptors: Atomic Structure, Chemistry, College Science, Crystallography
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Van Heuvelen, Alan – Physics Teacher, 1983
In response to a question, "Why not use a magnetic or electric field to deflect light?," reviews the relation between electric charge and electric/magnetic fields. Discusses the Faraday effect, (describing matter as an intermediary in the rotation of the place of polarization) and other apparent interactions of light with electric/magnetic fields.…
Descriptors: College Science, Electricity, Force, High Schools
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Devons, Samuel – 1975
This paper focuses on the search for electromagnetic induction from 1820 to 1831 and the efforts by Augustin Fresnel's colleague, Andre Marie Ampere, in electric and magnetic induction. Faraday's work is discussed with excerpts from his diary on electromagnetism. A variety of different experiments by researchers including Francoise Jean Arago,…
Descriptors: College Science, Electricity, Higher Education, Instructional Materials
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