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Push me a grape

Learn about diamagnetic properties using a straw, fruit, and a magnet. Diamagnetic materials, such as water, are repelled by both poles of a magnet.
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Learn about diamagnetic properties using a straw, fruit, and a magnet. Diamagnetic materials, such as water, are repelled by both poles of a magnet.

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