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Ferrofluid Experiment 1

Ferrofluid Experiment 1
Ferrofluids are nanoscale magnetic particles suspended in a liquid. This video is a demonstration of what it can do when influenced by a magnetic field.


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Posted by nova on January 3, 2007
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