🌟 3 Magnetic field and rocks ▶▶ Homogeneous magnetic field electricity ▶▶ Magnetic field force💥




🌟 Magnetic field and rocks ▶▶ Homogeneous magnetic field electricity ▶▶ Magnetic field force💥
Experiments with the attraction and repulsion of rocks.
In previous videos the experiments were conducted with the metal and non-metal samples. Their reaction to the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet was observed. We will now experiment with samples from collections of minerals and igneous rocks.
The first sample is Fluorite (Irkutsk region). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to a fluorite sample and we can see that fluorite is repelled from the magnetic field.
The second sample is a Magnetite ore. I bring to the magnetite ore the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet and we see that magnetite ore is attracted to a magnetic field.
The third sample is a barite ore. I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to a barite ore and we see that barite ore is repelled from a magnetic field.
The fourth sample is Pyrrhotite (пиротит) (Kola Peninsula). I bring the neodymium magnet magnetic field to a pyrrhotite sample and we can see that pyrrhotite is attracted to the magnetic field.
The fifth sample is a Sulfur (ˈsəlfər) (Vodinsk deposit, Samara region). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to sulfur and we see that sulfur is repelled from the magnetic field.
The sixth sample is Coal (Ukraine). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to the coal and we see that the coal is repelled from the magnetic field.
The seventh sample is Marble (Moscow Region). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to the marble sample and we see that the marble is repelled from the magnetic field.
The Eighth sample is Antimony ore Stibnite (Ukraine). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to stibnite and we see that stibnite is repelled from the magnetic field.
The Ninth sample is bauxite (ˈbôksīt) (Ukraine). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to a bauxite sample and see that bauxite is attracted to a magnetic field.
The tenth sample is Sphalerite (South Karelia). I bring the neodymium magnet magnetic field to the sphalerite and we see that the sphalerite is attracted to the magnetic field.
The eleventh sample is Bornite with chalcopyrite (Azerbaijan). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to a bornite sample and we see that the bornite is attracted to the magnetic field.
The twelfth sample is Rock salt (Perm region). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to rock salt and we see that rock salt is repelled from the magnetic field.
The thirteenth sample is Chromite (Perm region). I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to a chromite sample and we see that the chromite is attracted to a magnetic field.
The Fourteenth sample is Apatite sugar-like. I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to an apatite and we see that the apatite is attracted to a magnetic field.
Magmatic rocks.
The first sample is Gabbro. I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to a gabbro and we see that the gabbro is attracted to a magnetic field.
The second sample is pegmatite granite. I bring a magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to the pegmatite and we see that the pegmatite is repelled from the magnetic field.
The third sample is Melilitolite. I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to Melilitolite and we see that Melilitolite is attracted to a magnetic field.
The fourth sample is Andesite. I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to the andesite and see that the andesite is attracted to the magnetic field.
The fifth sample is Obsidian. I bring the neodymium magnet magnetic field to the obsidian and we see that the obsidian is attracted to the magnetic field.
The sixth sample is carbonatite. I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to the carbonatite and we see that carbonatite is attracted to a magnetic field.
The seventh sample is Pumice (ˈpəməs). I bring the neodymium magnet magnetic field to the pumice stone and we see that the pumice stone is attracted to the magnetic field.
The eighth sample is Rhyolite. I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to the rhyolite and we see that the rhyolite is attracted to a magnetic field.
The ninth sample is Tinguait. I bring the neodymium magnet magnetic field to the tinguait and we see that the tinguait is attracted to the magnetic field.
I bring the magnetic field of a neodymium magnet to granite and we see that granite is attracted to a magnetic field.
Before that, I experimented with the flat samples. Their surfaces were flat. The next video will show you how the shape of the sample affects the repulsion and the attraction of the material to the magnetic field.
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