Students will learn how to solve problems involving Coulomb's Law.
Presents Coulomb’s Law, the SI unit for charge, the electrical force, the value of K, and example problems.
Discusses Coulomb's law and the nature of charged particles.
Provides a summary of how a electrostatics triangle problem is solved.
The force vector for particles 1 and 2 is calculated for the electrostatics triangle problem presented in Part I of Coulomb's Law Electrostatic Triangle.
The force vector for particles 1 and 3 is calculated for the electrostatics triangle problem presented in Part I of Coulomb's Law Electrostatic Triangle.
Use Coulomb's law to calculate the force caused by point charges and/or their distance away from each other.
Reviews Coulomb's law and the calculation of electrical forces on extremely small objects.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Coulomb's Law.
This is an activity for students to complete after reading the Coulombs Law Concept
Using homemade static electricity to discover the properties of charge.
Learn how force due to a point charge changes as a function of distance.
Balance electric charges to prevent Tommy from slipping into icy water.
A simulation game that shows how electric fields interact.
This study guide reviews electrostatics: Coulomb's law, properties of charges, electric field, conductive materials (conductors, insulators, semiconductors, superconductors), and charging by conduction or induction.