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Magnet and Levitation Experiments

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Virtual Nanoparticles and Brain Tumors (Interactive Game)
From edheads.org, produced by Edheads
This virtual Interactive game, walks the student through how an Nanoparticle Engineer creates nanoparticles to help brain tumors.  In between this interactive game, there are questions that better explains the experiment in details. The students will... [more]
April 2, 2012 at 10:21 PM
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Ages: 6 - 18
How to Make Things Levitate
From videojug.com, produced by videojug
The Levitron spins and surfs on magnetic waves! Pass your hand above, underneath, and around the top. It will continue to spin and float only touching air! The LEVITRON floats free in space, supported only by the repelling magnetic force produc... [more]
June 7, 2010 at 02:35 PM
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Ages: 11 - 18
Copper Pipe Magnet
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Neodymium magnet + copper pipe = magnetic damping:When a magnetic field moves through a conductor a current called an Eddy current is induced in the conductor due to the magnetic field’s movement. The flow of electrons in the conductor creates an opp... [more]
December 22, 2011 at 11:16 PM
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How to Float a Ping Pong Ball in the Air
From videojug.com, produced by videojug
Learn something new with a simple and whacky experiment! David from Science Boffins defies the laws of gravity for VideoJug with this ten second trick, showing you how to float a ping pong ball in the air.
June 7, 2010 at 02:56 PM
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How to Create Crazy Levitating Bubbles
From videojug.com, produced by videojug
This simple but amazing video explains how everyday bubbles can float on a magic layer of air. It all has to do with density of air and some dry ice
June 7, 2010 at 03:14 PM
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Amazing Ferrofluid
From videojug.com, produced by videojug
Ferrofluid is a magnetic liquid. It is composed of tiny nanoparticles of magnetic material. It flows like a liquid and attracts to a magnet. A personal favorite.
June 7, 2010 at 03:10 PM
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