Illustration to hyperfine field contributions

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    Clara
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    Describe how you can use all these ingredients to create something that illustrates as many contributions to the hyperfine field as possible.

    If we place the child in the middle of the carrousel with the magnetometer, it will be able to see that there is a magnetic field at its position from the following contributions (note that the child is also moving along with the rotation of the carousel):

    -if we place the bar magnet on one of the horses of the carousel. The magnetic field it generates will reach the child with the magnetometer at the center of the carousel.

    -if we place an electrically charged ball on another horse, and now ask the child to turn around in the other direction that the carousel is rotating, such that the charged ball is moving with respect to the child. Then we are dealing with a ring current which gives rise to a magnetic field in the center of the carousel.

    I don’t really see what else you could illustrate with only these attributes to work with.

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