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Electromagnetic Induction [Physics]
posted September 30 2013 13:11.26 by spic0m




At the Palais de la Decouverte in Paris, they showcasing this experiment where a 1kg aluminium plate is levitated above a large coil of wire that is being supplied with 800A of alternating current at 900Hz. This is by far the best demonstration of electromagnetic induction!




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