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Online labs provide your students with the possibility to conduct scientific experiments in an online environment. Remotely-operated labs (remote labs) offer an opportunity to experiment with real equipment from remote locations. Virtual labs simulate the scientific equipment. Data sets present data from already performed lab experiments. Please use the filters on the right to find appropriate online labs for your class. Labs can be combined with dedicated Apps to create Inquiry Learning Spaces (ILSs).

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Click-and-drag the particles to move them left or right. The particle on the left is confined to the region to the left of the origin; the particle on the right is confined to the region to the right of the origin.

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In this lab, you can explore the connections between Force, Field, Potential Energy, and Potential. On the left is a representation of a 4 m x 4 m space in which there is a uniform field directed down. If you choose a ball, then the field is a gravitational field.

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This lab shows the equilibrium position of a charged ball on a string.

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This lab aims to acquaint you with the concept of power boxes (McPadden, Dowd, and Brewe, 2018). Note that one way to calculate power is to multiply the voltage and the current.

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This lab shows power boxes for a parallel circuit. The concept of power boxes was introduced in a September 2018 article in The Physics Teacher, by Daryl McPadden, Jason Dowd, and Eric Brewe, titled "Power Boxes: New Representation for Analyzing DC Circuits".

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This lab shows power boxes for a series circuit. The concept of power boxes was introduced in a September 2018 article in The Physics Teacher, by Daryl McPadden, Jason Dowd, and Eric Brewe, titled "Power Boxes: New Representation for Analyzing DC Circuits".

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This lab shows power boxes for a circuit that can have resistors in series and parallel, depending on the switches.

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This lab shows a resistor-capacitor series circuit, involving a resistor, a capacitor, a battery, and a switch. Note that on the voltage graph, the red line shows the voltage across the resistor, and the blue line shows the voltage across the capacitor.

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This lab shows power boxes for a series RC circuit. The concept of power boxes was introduced in a September 2018 article in The Physics Teacher, by Daryl McPadden, Jason Dowd, and Eric Brewe, titled "Power Boxes: New Representation for Analyzing DC Circuits".

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In this lab, you can investigate the force that a magnetic field exerts on a charged particle. This force has some things in common with the force an electric field exerts on a charged particle, but there are also key differences between them.