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Copper and magnets

by zepp0814
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zepp0814
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Nov27-13, 03:46 PM
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Hi so I am aware that when copper is introduced to a magnetic field it will generate it's own that repels the field inducing it, this repulsive force is weak but how strong of a magnetic field would it take to generate a considerable amount of force on the copper
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zepp0814
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Nov27-13, 03:48 PM
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Also is there a formula to find the relationship between the strength of the magnet (electromagnet) and the repulsive force on the copper.


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