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SMETE side harvest code for LON-CAPA

<catalogdata url="/res/msu/botonl/b_online/e01/sachs.htm">
<abstract>Short abstract about J. v. Sachs; This resource is part of the LON-CAPA version of &lt;a href="/res/msu/botonl/b_online/e00/contents.htm"&gt;Bontany online - the Internet Hypertextbook&lt;/a&gt;</abstract>
<author>P.v. Sengbusch</author>
<copyright>public</copyright>
<creationdate>1013549898</creationdate>
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<keywords>sachs,botany,physiology,plant</keywords>
<language>seniso</language>
<lastrevisiondate>1015008488</lastrevisiondate>
<mime>htm</mime>
<notes></notes>
<owner>botonl@msu</owner>
<subject>botany</subject>
<title>J. v. Sachs</title>
</catalogdata>

<catalogdata url="/res/msu/mmp/kap18/RR447a.htm">
<abstract>Electric field lines -- rules and illustrations.</abstract>
<author>Multimedia Physics (Wolfgang Bauer, Walter Benenson, Gary Westfall)</author>
<copyright>default</copyright>
<creationdate>998912857</creationdate>
<generator>Claris Home Page 3.0</generator>
<keywords>angle,field,charge,permittivity,force,efield,electric,direction,vector,charges,medium</keywords>
<language>seniso</language>
<lastrevisiondate>1002600226</lastrevisiondate>
<mime>htm</mime>
<notes></notes>
<owner>mmp@msu (Michigan State University)</owner>
<subject>Electric Field</subject>
<title>Rules for Electric Field Lines</title>
</catalogdata>

<catalogdata url="/res/msu/mmp/kap18/problems/cd462.problem">
<abstract></abstract>
<author>Multimedia Physics (Wolfgang Bauer, Walter Benenson, Gary Westfall)</author>
<copyright>default</copyright>
<creationdate>978717746</creationdate>
<keywords>masses,coulombs,unit,charge,coulomb,gravity,pith,force,charges,mass,microcoulomb,weight,units</keywords>
<language>seniso</language>
<lastrevisiondate>998566686</lastrevisiondate>
<mime>problem</mime>
<notes></notes>
<owner>mmp@msu (Michigan State University)</owner>
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<stores part="0" name="tries" type="int_zeropos" display="Number of Attempts [Part: 0]"></stores>
<subject>Electrostatics</subject>
<title>Pith Balls</title>
</catalogdata>

<catalogdata url="/res/msu/mmp/kap18/problems/forceone.problem">
<abstract>Force problem where different situations are given and the correct answers must be 
chosen</abstract>
<author>Gerd Kortemeyer</author>
<copyright>default</copyright>
<creationdate>998574001</creationdate>
<keywords>distance,charges</keywords>
<language>seniso</language>
<lastrevisiondate>999104157</lastrevisiondate>
<mime>problem</mime>
<notes></notes>
<owner>mmp@msu (Michigan State University)</owner>
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<parameter part="0" package="part"></parameter>
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<stores part="0" name="tries" type="int_zeropos" display="Number of Attempts [Part: 0]"></stores>
<subject>Summaries, Electrostatics</subject>
<title>Force between Charges</title>
</catalogdata>

<catalogdata url="/res/msu/mmp/kap18/picts/F1221.gif.meta">
<abstract>This picture illustrates that the force on f1 due to f2 is equal in magnitude, 
but opposite direction of the force on f2 due to f1.  </abstract>
<author>Multimedia Physics (Wolfgang Bauer, Walter Benenson, Gary Westfall)</author>
<copyright>default</copyright>
<creationdate>998957212</creationdate>
<keywords></keywords>
<language>seniso</language>
<lastrevisiondate>998957212</lastrevisiondate>
<mime>gif</mime>
<notes></notes>
<owner>mmp@msu (Michigan State University)</owner>
<subject>Summaries, Electrostatics</subject>
<title>Force Vectors 2</title>
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