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MAGNETS: How Do They Work?

By FizziksGuy, 09/24/2013
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How do magnets work? Why do they attract and repel at long distances? Is it magic? No... it's quantum mechanics, and a bit more, as we explain in this, the longest MinutePhysics video ever.

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