Subject: Are atoms and molecules naturally magnetically dipole aligned?
Date: Sat May 19 11:57:36 2007
Posted by Matt Disonan
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Physics
Are atoms and molecules naturally and made to magnetically dipole aligned (how
long does it last that they are aligned)? The proton and electron spin align
with each other. I was wondering if there is a list of atoms/elements and
molecules that are (solid, liquid, gas, etc). How are they aligned and un-
aligned as well (what does it take)? Thank you
Re: Are atoms and molecules naturally magnetically dipole aligned?
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