Here’s What Happens When A Magnet Is Dropped Through A Copper Pipe

We usually know Copper to be a great electrical and heat conductor. It is also one of those metals that would set you back by a lot of money. Magnets may not attract Copper but super strong magnets are an entirely different case. Here’s a look at that rare occurrence.

Magnet through Copper

Once you drop a neodymium magnet through a copper pipe, it goes down the pipe in seemingly super slow motion. In case you are using a Copper pipe with increased length and thickness, the pace is even slower. You really need to see this in action to really believe it.