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Estos objetos van a demostrarte que la física es más divertida de lo que creías

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La física es algo que intriga a muchas personas y aburre a muchas otras. La realidad, es que esta área de la ciencia puede ser muy fascinante. Para demostrarlo, el Dr. Raymond Hall, profesor en la California State University Fresno, armó una cuenta de Instagram donde sube objetos curiosos que tienen particularidades únicas gracias a la física. Te mostramos algunos de ellos:

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Plasma Arc Lighter Physics: dual arcs of plasma exceed 1100 C (2000 F) on this flameless lighter. The breakdown voltage of air is about 3000 Volts per mm. Thus the circuit in the lighter must provide about 12,000 volts to produce this 4mm arc. The circuit is a simple one made possible by a transformer with very fine wire windings, a transistor, and a powerful lithium-ion battery (USB rechargeable). The circuit produces high frequency current oscillations in the coils that in turn produce the needed high voltage. Like having a Tesla coil in your pocket! ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get this and many of the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicstoy #plasma #highvoltage #tesla #teslacoil #highfrequency #plasmaarc #flameless #transformer #scienceisawesome

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Mirror Anamorphosis: this vintage card from 1984 contains a cylindrical mirror anamorphic image. Lady Liberty is revealed by bending the flexible Mylar mirror in to a half cylinder. The math describing this mapping is quite complex and was given in detail in a physics journal in 2000. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile to find where to get the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #math #mathtoy #anamorphos #art #physics #physicstoy #mirror #cylinder #IstvanOrosz #science #anamorphic #anamorphicart #scienceisawesome #anamorphosis #cylindrical #perspective #mirroranamorphosis #mathstoy #geometricprojection

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Diamagnetic Mini Hoverboard: in this commercially available version a thin pyrolytic graphite sheet floats above a concave powerful neodymium magnet creating an environment with minimal friction- the thin sheet carrying a lightweight foam Hoverboard will swing back and forth for a couple minutes. By NeoLev- with a Back to the Future II theme! Diamagnetic substances develop temporary repulsive magnetic fields only when they are exposed to a magnetic field from another source. Graphite of this sort is the most diamagnetic substance known. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to buy this and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #diamagnetism #NeoLev #physics #physicstoy #hover #hoverboard #BttF #magnetism #magneticfield #electromagnetism #levitation #maglev #pyrolytic #neodymium #science #scienceisawesome

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