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Download Magnetic Money Experiment Guide Here!Paper clips, staples, you refrigerator. All objects which are magnetic.
Take a closer look at my neodymium magnets.
These are some super powerful magnets.
So strong that the magnetic field will go right through my hand.
Look at this, I?ll place my hand right here, I?ll set a neodymium on top, another set underneath, and look at that!
Pretty amazing. They are attracting to each other.
Speaking of attracting. Is the dollar bill in your pocket magnetic?
Will it attract to my neodymium magnets?
What?s your hypothesis?
Well, let?s put your hypothesis to the test.
Take a closer look at my dollar bill here.
I?m going to place the neodymium magnet closer to it, and yes, the dollar bill is magnetic.
Here?s the science behind the experiment.
The reason why your dollar bill is magnetic is because it?s printed with magnetic ink. That magnetic ink attracts to that neodymium magnets.
For Hooked on Science, I?m Jason Lindsey.
Do you have a dollar? If so, did you know it’s magnetic? Jason Lindsey aka “Mr. Science” with Hooked on Science and a kid scientist, explain why.