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PARAMAGNETISM OF LIQUID OXYGEN<br />
Liquid Oxygen Poured Between the Poles Of A Magnet<br />
Because the oxygen is paramagnetic (contains two unpaired electrons) it is attracted into the magnetic field and forms a bridge between the magnetic poles.

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PARAMAGNETISM OF LIQUID OXYGEN
Liquid Oxygen Poured Between the Poles Of A Magnet
Because the oxygen is paramagnetic (contains two unpaired electrons) it is attracted into the magnetic field and forms a bridge between the magnetic poles.

Copyright:© 1992 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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