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Paramagnetism of Liquid Oxygen
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Description: Liquid oxygen sticks to the poles of a strong magnet. The liquid oxygen is created using an aluminum cone and liquid nitrogen. The liquid oxygen condenses on the aluminum foil and drops between the magnetic poles. A VideoFlex camera is used to display the demonstration on the large television or project it on the screen.

Hazards: Safety glasses and gloves should be used with this demonstration.

Parts: Adjustable gap magnets. Magnetic field focusing plates. Aluminum foil cone. Liquid Nitrogen. VideoFlex camera. Large television or projection system.

Purchased/Built: built

Setup Time: 1 hour

Quant. in Demo Room: 1

Demo References
Sutton H-111 Liquid oxygen sticks to the pole pieces of a strong electromagnet until it evaporates.

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