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Demos: 6A-05 Two Dimensional Magnetic Field Model

A sturdy acrylic box comprised of 117 mounted magnetic needles is arranged in a square array. Different types of magnets can be placed on top of the surface to show the orientation of the magnetic field in two-dimensions.

Directions for doing the demo: You can demonstrate how the orientation of a magnet will form a magnetic field. Place the magnetic field model on the document camera or under the video camera.

Suggestions for Presentation: Place different types of magnets on top of the model. You can also pair magnets or use the broken magnet to show the orientation of magnetic field.

Applications: Magnetic Fields

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