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Study of Two-Dimensional Melting in a System of Small Magnets

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Using video tracking we study configurational and melting properties of a finite number (64) of 6 mm sized disc magnets moving on an air layer produced by an air table to imitate two-dimensional (2D) crystal. It is shown that velocity of air flow allows us to influence temperature. Analysing trajectories of particles has shown the transition from hexagonal to square lattice and after it to liquid phase with underlying square shell structure.
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  • High School of st. Thomas Aquinas, Zbrojničná 3, Košice 040 01, Slovakia
  • High School of st. Thomas Aquinas, Zbrojničná 3, Košice 040 01, Slovakia
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  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Letná 9, 042 00 Košice, Slovakia
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  • High School of st. Thomas Aquinas, Zbrojničná 3, Košice 040 01, Slovakia
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