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Why does a magnet slow down in a copper pipe?

This phenomenon is called Lenz's Law. The falling magnet is repelled by the magnetic field in the metal. Your magnet was slowed down by this resistance. As your magnet falls through your pipe, it creates a whirlpool of electrons.

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