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bill b. 11/12/94
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VISIBLE SUPERCONDUCTOR PLATE
The 'visual electricity' device lets us see the motion of the charges
inside of a wire. This might be helpful for visualizing how circuits
work, but what about conductors which are not one-dimensional? For
example, what does the current in a piece of copper sheet look like when
the terminals of a battery are touched against it? Or, when a supermagnet
rolls down an aluminum plate, and electromagnetic braking slows the
motion, what does the current in the plate look like? Or, when a magnet
hovers above a superconductor plate, what is the motion of the charges in
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