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    Konstantin Stoychev
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    We put the magnetometer in the center of the carousel to measure the magnetic field. We put the bar magnet somewhere to simulate the spin-dipole contribution to the hyperfine field. Then we put the charged ball on the carousel to go in circles, which would be a current and would represent the orbital contribution to the hyperfine field. We let the child go on the carousel and change places from time to time as it pleases and sometimes it will pass (roughly) through the center of the carousel which would represent the possibility for the electrons to be inside the nucleus so the Fermi contribution to the hyperfine field.

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