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    Dave
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    the dipolar contribution can be shown by placing a magnetometer in the middle of the carousel,and put a bar magnet on the side of the carousel and let the carousel rotate. The field measured in the middle of the carousel can be seen as the dipolar contribution.

    The orbital contribution can be shown in a similar way but with an electrically charged ball instead of the bar magnet.

    I have no idea how to show the Fermi contribution.

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