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# Coulomb's Law

## Any two charged particles any distance from each other will experience repulsion or attraction.

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## Coulomb's Law

Students will learn how to solve problems involving Coulomb's Law.
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## Coulomb’s Law

Presents Coulomb’s Law, the SI unit for charge, the electrical force, the value of K, and example problems.
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• Interactive Simulations

## Coulomb's Law

Learn how the placement of charges leads to electric field and electric potential patterns in nearby space.
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• Simulation

## Electric Ice Sheet

Balance electric charges to prevent Tommy from slipping into icy water.
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## Charged Particles

Coulomb's Law Interactive
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## Coulomb's Law of Charges

Discusses Coulomb's law and the nature of charged particles.
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## Coulomb's Law: Electrostatic Triangle Part I

Provides a summary of how a electrostatics triangle problem is solved.
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## Coulomb's Law: Electrostatic Triangle Part II

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.
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## Coulomb's Law: Electrostatic Triangle Part III

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.
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## Coulomb's Law Quiz - PPB

Use Coulomb's law to calculate the force caused by point charges and/or their distance away from each other.
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## Coulomb's Law Quiz

Reviews Coulomb's law and the calculation of electrical forces on extremely small objects.
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• Critical Thinking

## Coulomb's Law Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Coulomb's Law.
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• Real World Application

Using homemade static electricity to discover the properties of charge.
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• Real World Application

## Electrolytically Charged Sphere

Learn how force due to a point charge changes as a function of distance.
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• Real World Application

## Electrically Charged Sphere

Learn how force due to a point charge changes as a function of distance.
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• Real World Application

## Balancing Charged Sphere

Learn how force due to a point charge changes as a function of distance.
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• Study Guide

## Electrostatics Study Guide

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.
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