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  * **[[.:ScalarFieldseq|Geometry of Scalar Fields]]**: Develops students' geometrical understanding of scalar fields in the context of electrostatic potentials.   * **[[.:ScalarFieldseq|Geometry of Scalar Fields]]**: Develops students' geometrical understanding of scalar fields in the context of electrostatic potentials.
-  * [[.:repscalarfield|Representations of Two-Dimensional Scalar Fields]] Use a sequence of activities to develop representations of scalar fields of two-dimensions.+  * **[[.:repscalarfield|Representations of Two-Dimensional Scalar Fields]]** Use a sequence of activities to develop representations of scalar fields of two-dimensions.
  * **[[.:VectorFieldseq|Geometry of Vector Fields]]:** Develops students' geometrical understanding of vector fields in the context of electric and magnetic fields.   * **[[.:VectorFieldseq|Geometry of Vector Fields]]:** Develops students' geometrical understanding of vector fields in the context of electric and magnetic fields.
-  * [[.:superpositionpot|Superposition of Electrostatic Potentials due to Point Charges]] Use a sequence of activities to introduce the superposition principle in the context of electrostatic potentials due to point charges.+  * **[[.:superpositionpot|Superposition of Electrostatic Potentials due to Point Charges]]** Use a sequence of activities to introduce the superposition principle in the context of electrostatic potentials due to point charges.
/* * [[.:Potentials|Representations of Fields]] Develops students' geometrical understanding of electrostatic potentials and electric fields. Note: Em is commenting this out because it has been split into separate pages */ /* * [[.:Potentials|Representations of Fields]] Develops students' geometrical understanding of electrostatic potentials and electric fields. Note: Em is commenting this out because it has been split into separate pages */
-  * [[.:PlaneWaveS|Plane Wave Sequence:]] Use a sequence of activities to help students understand what is planar about plane waves.+  * **[[.:PlaneWaveS|Plane Wave Sequence:]]** Use a sequence of activities to help students understand what is planar about plane waves.
  * **[[.:powerseries:start|Power Series Sequence]]:** Introduces students to making approximations with power series expansions and help students exploit power series ideas to visualize the electrostatic potential due to a pair of charges.  The final activity of this sequence is the first activity in the [[.:EMsequence:start|ring sequence]].   * **[[.:powerseries:start|Power Series Sequence]]:** Introduces students to making approximations with power series expansions and help students exploit power series ideas to visualize the electrostatic potential due to a pair of charges.  The final activity of this sequence is the first activity in the [[.:EMsequence:start|ring sequence]].
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  * **[[.:Boundary|Boundary Conditions]]:**  Helps students derive the boundary conditions for electromagnetic fields across charged surfaces or surface currents.   * **[[.:Boundary|Boundary Conditions]]:**  Helps students derive the boundary conditions for electromagnetic fields across charged surfaces or surface currents.
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  * **[[.:qmoperatorseq|Quantum Operators Sequence]]**:  Use a sequence of activities to help students understand allegorically what does (and does NOT) go on inside a quantum measuring device.   * **[[.:qmoperatorseq|Quantum Operators Sequence]]**:  Use a sequence of activities to help students understand allegorically what does (and does NOT) go on inside a quantum measuring device.
-  * **[[.:qmringseq|QM Ring Sequence]]**:  Use a sequence of activities to help students understand what questions can be asked about a particle confined to a ring in different representations.+  * **[[.:qmring|QM Ring Sequence]]**:  Use a sequence of activities to help students understand what questions can be asked about a particle confined to a ring in different representations. 
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 +  * **[[.:veigenfunctions|Visualizing Ring-Sphere-Atom Sequence]]**:  Use a sequence of activities to help students gain skills for working with quantum systems that progressively increase in dimension and complexity. 
-  * **[[.:qmringsphereatomseq|Ring-Sphere-Atom Sequence]]**: Use a sequence of activities to help students gain skills for working with quantum systems that progressively increase in dimension and complexity.+  * **[[.:spspins|Stern-Gerlach Sequence]]**:
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  * [[.:qmuncertainty|Uncertainty Principle]]   * [[.:qmuncertainty|Uncertainty Principle]]
  * [[.:eigenfunctions|Introducing Eigenfunctions]]   * [[.:eigenfunctions|Introducing Eigenfunctions]]
-  * [[.:veigenfunctions|Visualizing Eigenfunctions]] +
-  * [[.:qmring|Quantum Ring Sequence]] +
-  * [[.:spspins|Stern-Gerlach Sequence]]+

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