http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/how-to-get-a-magnet-out-of-a–box/20140909/2dc9d3b1-8b3e-11e4-8c1f-8a5e6fdd7b1f.html article Posted June 18, 2018 12:30:55A lot of people get excited about getting a magnet, but not everyone will be able to.
A lot of magnetic levitation experiments use the same basic approach to make the object levitate in the air.
A magnet in the lab can be placed inside a glass tube.
Then, it has to levitate by rotating the tube inside itself.
When the tube is rotating, the magnets in the tube can be attracted by the magnet in its environment.
This attracts the magnetic field in the magnetic tube, and the magnet moves the tube.
When a magnet moves a tube, the magnetic levitator is formed.
This process can be repeated for a wide variety of materials.