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If you're studying electromagnetics, you know it can be an imposing topic. The information here about electromagnetics, ranging from electromagnetic fields and how they operate to the specifics of direct current and alternating current circuitry, is intended to help you navigate those troubled currents of electrons.
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Electronics Overview
An overview of the key concepts in the field of electronics, including where to find more information on specific electronic concepts.

Kirchhoff's Laws - Current Law & Voltage Law
Kirchhoff's Laws are some of the most fundamental and important rules in electronics. Kirchhoff's Current Law defines how current is distributed in an electronic circuit, while Kirchhoff's Voltage Lawdefines the distribution of voltage.

Electric Universe: The Shocking True Story of Electricity
Your faithful Physics Guide reviews the book Electric Universe: The Shocking True Story of Electricity by David Bodanis, winner of the Royal Society's 2006 Aventis prize for best popular science book.

Introduction to Electromagnetics
A decent primer on electromagnetics, available until I can provide my own articles on the subject. This focuses on the most commonly used Electrostatics laws and the mathematics required to interpret those laws.

History of Electromagnetics
A timeline of the development of electromagnetic theory from antiquity to 1907.

DC Circuits
Here you can find the basic knowledge needed to begin working with DC Circuits.

IEEE Spectrum
The flagship publication of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., covers many recent findings in the field of electronics research, both theoretical and practical.

Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Inc.
The Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Inc., proclaims itself to be the "world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology." If you are interested in pursing a career in electrical engineering or a related field, it might be worth checking out.

Online Textbook of Electromagnetic Field Theory
This online textbook project provides, for free, a complete look at Electromagnetic Field Theory. The textbook is intended for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.

Earth: The Great Magnetic
This site provides a background of William Gilbert's discovery of the Earth's magnetic field, including historical perspectives of this discovery and subsequent geomagnetic findings. It includes a section specifically designed for teachers.

The Electronics Workshop
This site provides tutorials in electronics and electronic theory, as well as the Electropedia.

Electric Motors
HowStuffWorks provides a look at electric motors and the principles under which they operate.

Boston Museum of Science: Theater of Electricity
The Boston Museum of Science provides this wonderful look at electricity, based upon a presentation in their museum. Great for introducing kids to electricity!

Static Electricity
An introduction to the most basic manifestation of electricity in nature: static electricity. Great for kids!

Magnet Video Game
This web-based, Flash-powered video game creates elaborate scenarios where you try to maneuver a metal ball through a series of magnets. It's an addictive application of magnetism.

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