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Liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen behave differently in a magnetic field.
Match the picture below with the substance and indicate the correct summary of this behavior
A. Liquid Oxygen- O2(1)
B.Liquid Nitrogen- N2)
This substance is
C. Diamagnetic
D.Paramagnetic
E. Ferromagnetic
It is
F. Strongly attracted
G. Attracted
H Slightly repelled
In a magnetic field it is
A Liquid Oxygen- O2(
B.Liquid Nitrogen -N2()
This substance is
C. Diamagnetic
D. Paramagnetic
E. Ferromagnetic
It is
F. Strongly attracted
G. Attracted
H Slightly repelled
In a magnetic field it is
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Transcribed Image Text:Liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen behave differently in a magnetic field. Match the picture below with the substance and indicate the correct summary of this behavior A. Liquid Oxygen- O2(1) B.Liquid Nitrogen- N2) This substance is C. Diamagnetic D.Paramagnetic E. Ferromagnetic It is F. Strongly attracted G. Attracted H Slightly repelled In a magnetic field it is A Liquid Oxygen- O2( B.Liquid Nitrogen -N2() This substance is C. Diamagnetic D. Paramagnetic E. Ferromagnetic It is F. Strongly attracted G. Attracted H Slightly repelled In a magnetic field it is
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