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Curie temperature experiment [Education]
posted May 29 2014 3:36.18 by spic0m




Short science experiment demonstrating the Curie temperature, or Curie point, using an easy to make little heat engine. Also demonstrates ferromagnetism using nickel as the ferromagnetic material.



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