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how can i show magnetic levitation?

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  1. Raghav
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    go to the lecture 20 of 8 02 by walter lewin mit ocw

  2. SciAuthor
    • 3 years ago
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    How complicated a model do you want? A simple example is to insert a pencil through the holes in several round magnets. With like magnetic poles of the magnets facing each other, the magnets levitate--I used simple models such as this when teaching high school physics--then introduced the exciting physics principles.

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