14 Mar, 2013
Magnet and copper
PRESENTATION: A Neodymium magnet is allowed to free fall on a copper surface, and the partial deceleration of the magnet fall of the magnet can be observed. This is due to the induced electric currents that oppose the cause that creates them.
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- Quantitative demonstration of Lenz’s law, O. Romulo Ochoa, Frank Kolp, and Joel T. Handler, Phys. Teach. 36, 50 (1998)