|9.3.1: The potential changes from 0V to 1V in the middle of the animation as shown by the equipotential lines. The particle's velocity is displayed in meters/second.||
9.3.2: The panel on the left displays an electric field plot. The arrows in the field plot represent the direction and the colors represent the magnitude of the electric field.
|9.3.3: An equipotential plot is shown above. The electric potential measured in Volts is shown next to the electron.|
|9.3.4: The panel on the left displays an equipotential plot. The contours represent points at the exact same potential.|
|9.3.ap 1: The panel on the left displays an equipotential plot. The contours represent points at the exact same potential.||9.3.ap 2: Four charges are shown (one is unknown) given in 10-10C that form what is known as a quadrupole.|
|9.3.ap 3: Equipotential lines around a point charge are shown above. You can measure the potential at any point by dragging the test charge around.|