Subject: Why does sugar water increase magnetic attraction?
Date: Sun Dec 9 16:48:13 2001
Posted by Thomas
Grade level: 7-9
School: St. George
City: Tinley Park State/Province: IL
Area of science: Physics
During a 7th grade experiment a paper clip in a plastic bottle was attracted by
a horseshoe magnet through air, tap water, salt water, ice water, and sugar
water. The distance of attration was basically the same except through sugar
water,which caused the clip to be attracted at a significantly greater
distance! Please explain?
Re: Why does sugar water increase magnetic attraction?
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