Magnetic Levitation

Magnetic levitation being demonstrated to students from St. Columba's College and Eureka Secondary School. The material is cooled using liquid nitrogen to around -200 degrees Celsius which enables it to become a superconductor (a metal that will conduct electricity without any resistance).

Magnetic levitation being demonstrated to students from St. Columba’s College and Eureka Secondary School. The material is cooled using liquid nitrogen to around -200 degrees Celsius which enables it to become a superconductor (a metal that will conduct electricity without any resistance).

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