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    Magnet vs CRT TV a.k.a question about magnetic poles of electrons

    Yes, I know that moving charged particles are affected by magnetic fields. But that means that 1 pole of the magnet attracts negative charge and the other one repels it. From that can we derive that one pole of the magnet has + charge and the other one has - charge or not?
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    Magnet vs CRT TV a.k.a question about magnetic poles of electrons

    When watching some videos about neodymium magnets, I came upon a very interesting phenomenon. Namely, the maker of the video put a large magnet near an old CRT TV. At first, a big black spot appeared on the screen. This means that the electrons were repelled from from the magnet and didn't...
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