Electrodynamics lessons

Learn about the electromagnetic properties of our universe. Electric charges and currents, electromagnetic fields, and so on, that made the light in your room possible.
Lesson
Level 2 (without higher mathematics)

Teltron Tube Experiment and How to Get The Specific Charge of a Particle

Here you will learn how a teltron tube experiment is set up, how it visualizes electron motion, and how you can use it to find out specific charge.

Lesson
Level 3 (with higher mathematics)

RC Circuit: Charging and Discharging a Capacitor

Here you will learn about the RC circuit. This is a resistor and capacitor connected in series. The capacitor can be charged and discharged via the resistor.

Lesson
Level 2 (without higher mathematics)

Plate Capacitor: Voltage, Capacitance and Eletric Force

Here the plate capacitor is simply explained. With the help of the capacitor you will learn about the electric voltage, electric field and electric capacitance and how to calculate them for a plate capacitor.

Lesson
Level 2 (without higher mathematics)

Left / Right-Hand Rule: How to Determine Lorentz Force Direction

You learn how to use the hand rule to determine the direction of the Lorentz force and whether you have to use your right or left hand.

Lesson
Level 1 (suitable for all)

Electric Current: The Most Basic Explanation From a Physics Point of View

In this lesson you will learn the basics of the electric current, i.e. the definition, its physical meaning and unit.

Lesson
Level 2 (without higher mathematics)

Physical Quantities and Their Units

List of important physical quantities, their symbols, (derived) units and examples with images.

Lesson
Level 2 (without higher mathematics)

Simple (Series and Parallel) Circuits. The Basics.

Here you will learn how an electrical circuit works and how to apply Ohm's Law to it. You will also learn about parallel and series circuits and their difference.

Lesson
Level 2 (without higher mathematics)

The 12 Important Physical Constants

Learn about important physical constants and what their formula symbols and SI units are.