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How 41 different metals react with magnets (including Uranium) [Physics]
posted January 17 2013 23:36.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This guy from Denmark has put together an excellent video with common and exotic metals, and shows how they react with magnets. Among the 41 different metals he tests mercury, beryllium, uranium, cadmium, rare earths, tungsten, gadolinium and others. An excellent project!



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