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    Bram van den Borne

    Take the magnetometer and suppose it is the nucleus. So first the dipole field, this can be done by taking the bar magnet, this would be the electron. Now the orbit term, this is done by taking an electrically charged ball onto the carousel this carousel would be the orbit and the ball the electron, the magnetometer in the center of the carousel (nucleus)

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