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  1. Magnetic Attraction and Repulsion, Coulomb's Law of

    Magnetic attraction and repulsion are inversely as the square of the distance. (Ganot.) While theoretically true in the case of isolated poles, in practise it does not generally apply on account of the large diameter and relative shortness of magnets.

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