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    The dipole contribution is the same as someone who is holding a bar magnet on a carousel: indeed, this reflects the picture that was seen in the video. The orbital contribution is described as someone holding the electrically charged ball on the carousel. For the Fermi contact distribution, I think this cannot be realised using the given tools, since it does not allow us to distinguish between spin up and spin down electrons. The magnetometer is placed at the centre of the carousel in all cases (at the nucleus), and measures the contribution in each case.

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