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Publisher: University of Wisconsin-Madison
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This article from the University of Wisconsin is part of a series on nano topics devoted to ferrofluids. The article describes what ferrofluids are and discusses how they are…
  
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Publisher: Radboud University Nijmegen
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This site from Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands discusses research in magnetic levitation. It mentions three types of magnetic levitation and contains accompanying…
  
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Physics Central; Publisher: American Physical Society
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Find out how some materials, called superconductors, lose all electrical resistance at low temperatures. Learn how superconductivity makes possible new technologies like MRIs and…
  
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Publisher: University of Wisconsin-Madison Chemisty Department
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This website from the University of Wisconsin contains a short video demo of a ferrofluid near a magnet, showing the classic spike pattern.
  
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See examples of ferrofluids, which are man- made liquid magnets. Find out how these liquid magnets are made, what possible future applications might turn up, and how ferrofluid…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This site from the Exploratorium presents the unexpected magnetic fields in Iceland's unusual volcanoes. The site contains an introduction to the concept of drifting magnetic poles…
  
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This site from the Exploratorium provides a demonstration of how heating a permanent magnet can destroy its magnetism. You'll find a materials list, assembly instructions, and basic…
  
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This site from the Exploratorium you'll find a simple demonstration of the interaction between a moving magnet and its induced electromagnetic field. As the magnet is dropped down a…
  
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Can a magnet exert a force on a grape? Find out with this Exploratorium activity. You'll see how to mount two grapes on a straw, so the tiny diamagnetic force produces observable…
  
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Publisher: MIT News
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This article from MIT News describes the surprising patterns that Prof. Markus Zahn and his student Cory Lorentz observed when they placed a ferrofluid sample in a changing magnetic…
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