Date: Thu Apr 5 09:47:26 2007

Author: Gerald Zani

Subject: Re: e/m Applet or Physlet

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Warren,

I assume you mean the classic, Thompson e/m experiment, right? The small spheres balanced in gravity by a voltage between two plates?

And not the other version of the e/m experiment; The deflection of an electron beam in a magnetic field? -- JZ

At 09:12 AM 4/5/2007, you wrote:
>Tappers,
>
>Can anyone on the list recommend a good simulation of the e/m experiment? We do this as a demo lab at George Mason University and it would be nice to have an additional activity that could engage the students.
>
>Warren
>
>Dr. Warren W. Hein
>Associate Executive Officer
>American Association of Physics Teachers
>One Physics Ellipse
>College Park, MD 20740-3842
>
>E-mail: whein@aapt.org
>Phone: 301-209-3323
>FAX: 301-209-0845
>
>http://www.aapt.org/
>
>AAPT-
>STRENGTHENING PHYSICS EDUCATION
>SUPPORTING PHYSICS EDUCATORS

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Warren,
I assume you mean the classic, Thompson e/m experiment, right? The
small spheres balanced in gravity by a voltage between two
plates?
And not the other version of the e/m experiment; The deflection of an
electron beam in a magnetic field? -- JZ
At 09:12 AM 4/5/2007, you wrote:
Tappers,
Can anyone on the list recommend a good simulation of the e/m
experiment? We do this as a demo lab at George Mason University and
it would be nice to have an additional activity that could engage the
students.
Warren
Dr. Warren W. Hein
Associate Executive Officer
American Association of Physics Teachers
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740-3842
E-mail: whein@aapt.org
Phone: 301-209-3323
FAX: 301-209-0845
http://www.aapt.org/
AAPT-
STRENGTHENING PHYSICS EDUCATION
SUPPORTING PHYSICS EDUCATORS


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