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Published on Oct 16, 2019
In 1895, Pierre Curie - young teacher at ESPCI paris - set up an experiment to measure some magnetism properties. He deduced the law named after him, and descripted the links between different types of paramagnetic materials. In 2019, the experiment was rebuilt by Bernard Pigelet and André-Pierre Legrand.
This video was produced by O.H.N.K, with the support from the Fonds ESPCI Paris, the Société des Amis de l'ESPCI and the French Physics Society, and from the Physics and Materials Studies Laboratory (LPEM).