File:Magnet 4.jpg

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Deutsch: Ein Magnet schwebt über einen mit flüssigem Stickstoff gekühlten Hochtemperatursupraleiter (-200°C)
English: A magnet is suspended over a liquid nitrogen cooled high-temperature superconductor (-200°C)
Suomi: Magneetti leijuu nestemäisellä typellä jäähdytetyn suprajohteen päällä
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Source German Wikipedia, original upload 11:59, 20. Nov 2005 by Peter nussbaumer
Author Peter nussbaumer
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