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    Louis De Smedt

    If you asume that the center of the carousel is the nucleus than you can put there the magnetometer so it can measure the magnetic field of the different hyperfine interactions. A child is on a horse of the carousel and holding a bar magnet. The child can now be seen as an electron with a spin and and makes a magnetic field now. This gives the dipole term. If the child is holding a electrically charged ball, than this will create a current around the magnetometer. This gives the orbital term.

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