Hands-on Electricity and Magnetism lab work.

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This is the first lab of the unit and focuses on charging by friction, attraction/repulsion, polarization of charge and induction.
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Lab 2: Van de Graff

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This is the second lab of the unit and deals with electric discharge, attraction/repulsion, and induction.
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This is the third lab of the unit and deals with electrostatic charging; friction, conduction, and induction.
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This is the fourth lab of the unit and focuses on potential difference as applied to the electricity/water analogy and basic hands-on DC circuit construction.
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This is the fifth activity of the unit and deals with potential difference, electric current, conductors and insulators, and grounding.
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This is the sixth activity of the unit and deals with electrical energy usage, kilowatt-hours, and power.
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This is the 7th lab of the unit and focus on magnetic poles, two and three dimensional magnetic fields, and magnetic domains. It is a four station lab where students will rotate in lab groups.
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This is the 8th lab of the unit and focus on interactions of electricity and magnetism, electromagnetic induction, electromagnets, speakers, motors and some aspects of sound transmission.
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