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Dropping a magnetic ball through a conducting material will slow the rate at which the ball falls.
This is due to an electric current being induced by the magnetic field lines being broken (magnetic flux), and this creating a force on the ball opposite to its direction of travel.

Dropping a magnetic ball through a conducting material will slow the rate at which the ball falls.

This is due to an electric current being induced by the magnetic field lines being broken (magnetic flux), and this creating a force on the ball opposite to its direction of travel.

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