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Thu February 17, 2011

# What is the Magnetic Dipole Moment of a bar magnet?

Fri February 18, 2011
Dear student
Magnetic moment M of the magnetic di-pole is defined as the moment of the couple acting on it when it is placed at right angles to a uniform field of unit strength.
mathematically, M = m x 2l ( here, m = pole strength, 2l = magnetic length)
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