Erosion and Soil Copper's Surprising Reaction to Strong 3 months ago   07:36

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Jared explains why erosion occurs more slowly when soil is paired with leaf debris or plants.

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What are 3 interesting facts about soil and 3 interesting facts about erosion based on this video?
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Copper's Surprising Reaction to Strong Erosion and Soil 3 months ago   07:46

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In this video I experiment with Lenz's Law And Faraday's Law of Induction to generate electricity and magnetic force fields in copper. Check out my sponsor Brilliant for a really fun way to learn! https://www.Brilliant.org/NightHawk

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